Hayman, G. N., (1995). Discoveries of late Iron Age and Roman date at Farleigh Court Golf Course, near Warlingham. Surrey County Council.

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Discoveries of late Iron Age and Roman date at Farleigh Court Golf Course, near Warlingham
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Surrey County Council Archaeology Unit unpublished report series
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7
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GL10034.pdf (608 kB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1027442
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A scheme of archaeological works was carried out prior to the creation of a golf course. Fieldwalking was undertaken within an area where Roman artefacts had been found, and a geophysical survey was carried out. Trial trenching identified two areas of archaeological interest. Within Area A, pits, ditches and post holes of Roman date were recorded. Artefacts included pottery, two coins, three bone pins, brick and tile fragments and objects of iron and copper alloy. Within Area B a variety of features were revealed, many of which lay within an enclosure ditch. Gullies, pits, post holes, two possible hearths and a small stone structure of uncertain function were recorded. Finds indicated that some features were of the 1st-2nd centuries AD, whilst others appeared to date from the 3rd-4th centuries. The pottery assemblage was concluded to be of importance, as a relatively large number of closely dated groups were present which covered the transition from the Late Iron Age to the Early Roman period. [AIP]
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Graham N Hayman
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Surrey County Council Archaeology Unit
Surrey County Council
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1995
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Site: Farleigh Court Golf Course, near Warlingham
County: SURREY
District: TANDRIDGE
Parish: CHELSHAM AND FARLEIGH
Country: England
Grid Reference: 537029, 160730 (Easting, Northing)
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Monus: CREMATION CEMETERY LATE IRON AGE
Monus: CREMATION CEMETERY ROMAN
Monus: ENCLOSURE LATE IRON AGE
Monus: ENCLOSURE ROMAN
Monus: SETTLEMENT LATE IRON AGE
Monus: SETTLEMENT ROMAN
Roman
Late Iron Age
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early Roman
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Date Of Issue From: 1995 Date Of Coverage From: 01 Date Of Coverage To: 01 Editorial Expansion: Site name: FARLEIGH COURT GOLF COURSE, NEAR WARLINGHAM
Study area:
Investigation type: Evaluation
District: Tandridge
Monument: ENCLOSURE DITCH. GULLY PIT POST HOLE ?HEARTH STRUCTURE [finds] Roman (AD43-410), DITCH. PIT POST HOLE [finds] Roman (AD43-410)
Ngr: TQ37006060
Parish: Chelsham and Farleigh
Postcode: CR3 9PX
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The rural settlement of Roman Britain project
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30 Aug 2017
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