Dean, R., (2012). An archaeological gradiometer survey, Land at North Wayton Farm, Landulph, Cornwall, NG 241580, 63149. Substrata Ltd..

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An archaeological gradiometer survey, Land at North Wayton Farm, Landulph, Cornwall, NG 241580, 63149
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Substrata unpublished report series
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substrat1-135118_1.pdf (3 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1043604
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Report (in Series)
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This report was commissioned by AC Archaeology Ltd and prepared by Substrata in support of a forthcoming planning application for a solar farm and associated infrastructure at the above site by Kronos Solar GmbH. The magnetic contrast across the survey areas was sufficient to be able to differentiate between anomalies representing possible archaeological features and background magnetic responses. A total of thirty-seven magnetic anomaly groups were identified as pertaining to potential archaeology. Three of these anomaly groups probably represent archaeological deposits forming one or more phases of concentric, sub-rectangular enclosures with maximum internal dimensions of approximately 85m by 95m. A group anomalies in close proximity to these enclosures were identified as representing possible pits or large postholes. Elsewhere in the survey area, a possible subcircular archaeological deposit of approximately 12.5m internal diameter was highlighted but this may prove to be a coincidental pattern. A group of five curvilinear anomaly patterns may represent archaeological deposits that formed one or more phases of a ditch and bank structure. It seems that the extant field boundary crossing these groups has followed their trend. Five anomaly groups can be related to field boundaries recorded on historical maps. The majority of the other highlighted anomaly groups form linear and curvilinear patterns that may represent remnants of more than one phase of former field boundaries and/or other enclosures.
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R Dean
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Substrata Ltd.
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Cornwall and Scilly HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2012
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Site: Land at North Wayton Farm
County: CORNWALL
District: CARADON
Parish: LANDULPH
Country: England
Grid Reference: 241580, 63149 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: N/A None
Monus: LINEAR ANOMALY GROUPS Uncertain
Monus: SUB-CIRCULAR ANOMALY GROUP Uncertain
Monus: SUB-RECTANGULAR CONCENTRIC ANOMALIES Uncertain
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OASIS Id: substrat1-135118
OBIB: Report 120907
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Paper copy with CD-ROM CD-ROM: PDF copy of report, GIS project and files, full archive
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18 Aug 2017
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