Hall, N., (2009). Archaeological Monitoring on Land at the Rear of the Red Lion Public House, Middle Street, Dunston, Lincolnshire. Lincoln: Neville Hall MIFA.

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Archaeological Monitoring on Land at the Rear of the Red Lion Public House, Middle Street, Dunston, Lincolnshire
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Neville Hall MIFA unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1044168
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The mechanical excavation of foundations for new self-contained chalet bungalows along with an associated service trench were monitored. Over much of the area of the new build footprint, a simple sequence of a redeposited topsoil, a buried ploughsoil and a natural horizon of Jurassic sands was observed. Map regression had identified the site of a building that had formerly stood in the vicinity of the new build footprint. Material from the demolition of this building was noted in the redeposited topsoil and also within an overlying made ground deposit towards the eastern area of this footprint. It was apparent that this building had stood to the immediate east of the new build and that following its demolition, the site had been cleared and levelled (in some places down to the level of the underlying natural sands), and then backfilled with this material with the made ground and redeposited topsoil horizons. The monitoring of the service trench identified a topsoil overlying the same buried ploughsoil horizon. No archaeological features and/or deposits or finds were identified in either monitored area.
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N Hall
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Neville Hall MIFA
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire (OASIS Reviewer)
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2009
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Site: Rear of the Red Lion Public House, Middle Street
County: LINCOLNSHIRE
District: NORTH KESTEVEN
Parish: DUNSTON
Country: England
Grid Reference: 506520, 363070 (Easting, Northing)
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OASIS Id: nevilleh1-69806
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25 Sep 2017
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