Tibbles, J., (1996). Trial Excavations at Welton Low Road, Elloughton. Humber Archaeology Partnership.

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Trial Excavations at Welton Low Road, Elloughton
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Humber Field Archaeology unpublished report series
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26
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GL35015.pdf (2 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1029250
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Trial excavations were undertaken within an area of land to the north-east of the Roman town at Brough (Petuaria), adjacent to, and overlying a section of, the Roman road heading from the eastern edge of the walled town towards the villa site on Welton Wold and beyond to the east. Nine trenches were excavated, in positions determined by the location of known or possible archaeological features, including the Roman road and the site of the 19th century Elloughton Corn Mill. Remains discovered included the ditches flanking the road which contained a small quantity of 2nd century pottery. Some distance north of the road a sequence of intercutting drainage and/or boundary ditches of probable Romano-British date were recorded, the fills of which contained organic deposits. Trenches cut to locate any surviving parts of the tower mill were unproductive, although a yard surface assumed to be associated with it was discovered. [Au(adp)]
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John Tibbles
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Humber Field Archaeology
Humber Archaeology Partnership
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1996
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Site: Welton Low Road
County: EAST YORKSHIRE
District: East Riding of Yorkshire
Parish: Elloughton-cum-Brough
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: Welton Wold
Location - Auto Detected: Brough Petuaria
Location - Auto Detected: Elloughton Corn Mill Remains
Grid Reference: 494950, 427250 (Easting, Northing)
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Monus: BOUNDARY DITCH ROMAN
Monus: CORN MILL POST MEDIEVAL
Monus: PLANT REMAINS ROMAN
Monus: ROAD ROMAN
Temporal - Auto Detected: 2nd Century
Temporal - Auto Detected: 19th Century
Roman
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OBIB: Report No. 1
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Date Of Issue From: 1996 Date Of Coverage From: 01 Date Of Coverage To: 01 Editorial Expansion: Site name: WELTON LOW ROAD, ELLOUGHTON
Study area: 10.5ha
Investigation type: Evaluation
District: East Riding of Yorkshire
Monument: [finds]. Roman (AD43-410), DITCH. Roman (AD43-410), ROAD. Roman (AD43-410), YARD. Post-medieval (1540-1901)
Ngr: SE94952725
Parish: Elloughton-cum-Brough
Postcode: HU151SD
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The rural settlement of Roman Britain project
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30 Aug 2017
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