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AB Heritage Limited (2013) Toy Farm, East Lydford Geophysics Report . Taunton: AB Heritage Limited https://doi.org/10.5284/1034601

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Document Details

TitleToy Farm, East Lydford Geophysics Report
AuthorsAB Heritage Limited
ProducerAB Heritage Limited
Place of productionTaunton

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Site details

Location
Site nameToy Farm, East Lydford
ParishLYDFORD ON FOSSE
DistrictMENDIP
CountySOMERSET
CountryEngland
Grid reference ST 57276 30862 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
UNCERTAINUncertain
UNCERTAINUncertain
 

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DescriptionGeophysical report details the 0.5 hectares that were surveyed, which was conducted to identify any geophysical anomalies of possible archaeological origin within the specified survey areas. Based on the results of the geophysical survey and the surrounding archaeological resource it was concluded that there was a low potential for the survival of complex/significant below ground archaeology.
Associated identifier abherita1-184520