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S.Williams (2015) Archaeological Monitoring Becketts Back Lane Pleshey Chelmsford Essex CM3 1HL. MAS, Digby, Lincolnshire.: Midland Archaeological Services, MAS/407/15. https://doi.org/10.5284/1041402

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Site details

Location
Site nameBecketts
ParishPLESHEY
DistrictCHELMSFORD
CountyESSEX
CountryEngland
Grid reference TL 6631 1447 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
LAYERMedieval
NONENone
 

Other details

DescriptionArchaeological monitoring during the foundation dig for a small orangery. Natural soil and topsoil recorded, along with what may be a re-deposited natural soil associated with the construction of the 12th century town enclosure ditch.
Associated identifier midlanda1-205550