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Attwood, G., Pope-Carter, F (2016) Bromborough Courthouse, Merseyside: geophysical survey report. Bradford: Big Heritage C.I.C., MSSJ22.

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Document Details

TitleBromborough Courthouse, Merseyside: geophysical survey report
AuthorsAttwood, G., Pope-Carter, F
ProducerBig Heritage C.I.C.
Place of productionBradford
Other bibliographic detailsMSSJ22

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Site details

Site nameBromborough Courthouse
Grid reference SJ 34496 84189 (point)
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DescriptionMagnitude Surveys was commissioned to assess the archaeological landscape of a c. 1 ha area of land at Bromborough Court House, Bromborough, Merseyside. A full coverage combined cart-based fluxgate gradiometer and earth resistance survey was successfully completed. A number of anomalies with an undetermined, but potential archaeological origin have been identified. While these anomalies exhibit the potential to be archaeological in origin, due to the limited extent and context of the survey area, a specific archaeological origin for these anomalies cannot be confidently attributed. However, it is likely excavation work will confirm specific archaeological origins for some of these anomalies.
Associated identifier bigherit1-264044
Validation HistoryThis report has been submitted in association with an archaeological event recorded through OASIS. The details of this report have not been verified by the local authority Historic Environment Record who should be consulted for more information.