Barber, A. and Webster, A., (2012). Manor Farm, Kirtlington, Oxfordshire: Programme of Archaeological Recording. . Cirencester: Cotswold Archaeology.

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Manor Farm, Kirtlington, Oxfordshire: Programme of Archaeological Recording.
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Cotswold Archaeology unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1020055
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A programme of archaeological recording was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology between July 2011 and February 2012 at Manor Farm, Kirtlington, Oxfordshire. The earliest features encountered during an initial watching brief to the south-east of Manor Farm consisted of a series of probable boundary ditches, quarry pits and postholes, containing 11th to 13th-century AD pottery. Probable modern features were also noted adjacent to extant outbuildings. Two small pits, containing 8th to 11th-century AD pottery, represent the earliest discernible occupation evidence within the strip, map and sample area, which lay to the west of Manor Farm. Earlier artefacts, including a Roman flue tile fragment and a possible early or middle Anglo-Saxon iron pin, were recovered as residual finds within later features which may have truncated or entirely removed earlier features. Numerous north/south and east/west-aligned ditches within the SMS area appear to identify former medieval boundaries, which may represent extensions to, and on shared alignments with, burgage plots running eastward from the roadside to the west. Abundant pits appear to identify areas of localised, small-scale, sand and gravel extraction to the rear of the medieval burgage plots. Other, intercutting, medieval pits east of the Manor House appear to have been dug for refuse disposal.
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A Barber
A Webster
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Cotswold Archaeology
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
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2012
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Site: Manor Farm, Kirtlington, Oxfordshire
Parish: KIRTLINGTON
District: CHERWELL
County: OXFORDSHIRE
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: Manor Farm Kirtlington Oxfordshire
Location - Auto Detected: Manor House
Grid Reference: 450010, 219410 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: Flue Tile Roman
Find: Pin Early Medieval
Monus: Boundary Ditch Medieval
Monus: Burgage Plot Medieval
Monus: Extractive Pit Medieval
Monus: Rubbish Pit Medieval
Medieval
Temporal - Auto Detected: 11th To 13thcentury Ad
Roman
20th Century
Temporal - Auto Detected: 8th To 11thcentury Ad
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OASIS Id: cotswold2-154813
OBIB: CA typescript report 12136
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25 Nov 2016
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