Johnson, C., (1999). An archaeological post-excavation assessment of Damhead Creek, Kingsnorth Powerstation and associated works, Hoo St Werburgh, Kent. Archaeology South-East.

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An archaeological post-excavation assessment of Damhead Creek, Kingsnorth Powerstation and associated works, Hoo St Werburgh, Kent
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Archaeology South East unpublished report series
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77
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GL9035.pdf (2 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1027376
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The watching brief and localised excavations uncovered evidence for human activity (primarily of an agricultural and industrial nature) starting in the Bronze Age and continuing right through to the 20th century. Features of Bronze Age date included a possible droveway and cremation. Other Late prehistoric features included field divisions and suggestions of settlement. Creeks, some of which had been modified to form ditches or dykes, but most significantly an important pottery production site, represented the Roman period. Pottery production (including flagons, lagena and amphora) appeared to have continued from the Late 1st to early 4th century. Despite large amounts of kiln furniture no intact kilns were revealed, though a geophysical survey suggested the presence of several kilns in the immediate vicinity. Sporadic evidence of Anglo-Saxon activity was revealed, though little of later medieval date, however, important remains of 20th century Naval Airship buildings were also uncovered. [Au]
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C Johnson
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Archaeology South-East
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1999
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Site: Damhead Creek, Hoo St Werburgh
County: KENT
District: MEDWAY
Parish: HOO ST. WERBURGH
Country: England
Grid Reference: 581140, 172802 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: AMPHORA ROMAN
Find: CERAMIC BUILDING MATERIAL ROMAN
Find: FLAGON ROMAN
Find: KILN FURNITURE ROMAN
Find: SHERD ROMAN
Find: VESSEL ROMAN
Monus: CREMATION BURIAL BRONZE AGE
Monus: DROVEWAY BRONZE AGE
Monus: FIELD SYSTEM LATE PREHISTORIC
Monus: POTTERY MANUFACTURING SITE ROMAN
Monus: SETTLEMENT LATE PREHISTORIC
Roman
Bronze Age
Later Prehistoric
Temporal - Auto Detected: Late 1st To Early 4th Century
Temporal - Auto Detected: 20th Century
Medieval
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OBIB: Project No. 1001
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Date Of Issue From: 1999 Date Of Coverage From: 01 Date Of Coverage To: 01 Editorial Expansion: Site name: DAMHEAD CREEK, KINGSNORTH POWER STATION AND ASSOCIATED WORKS, HOO ST WERBURGH
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Investigation type: Post-determination/Research
District: Medway UA
Monument: DITCH. Early Medieval (410-1066), DITCH. Bronze Age, DITCH. Medieval (1066-1540), DITCH. Prehistoric, [finds]. Late Bronze Age, POST HOLE. Undated, FEATURE. Roman (AD43-410), [finds]. Roman (AD43-410), GULLY. Early Medieval (410-1066), [finds]. Post-medie
Ngr: TQ81007250
Parish: Hoo St. Werburgh
Postcode: ME3 9NQ
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The rural settlement of Roman Britain project
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30 Aug 2017
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