Schofield, T. P., (2013). Fen Meadow, Coney Weston, Suffolk; Detailed Magnetometer Survey. Stowmarket, Suffolk: Britannia Archaeology Ltd.

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Fen Meadow, Coney Weston, Suffolk; Detailed Magnetometer Survey
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Britannia Archaeology Ltd unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1030631
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Detailed fluxgate gradiometer survey was undertaken by Britannia Archaeology Ltd to target a medieval settlement at Coney Weston ahead of the seasonal excavations by the local historical society. The geophysical survey was successful in locating three rectilinear probable structural platform type anomalies (tofts), two of which that were previously unknown. Located nearby these two new platforms is a strong dipolar discrete anomaly indicative of a burnt feature, possibly a kiln, hearth or a furnace. Fourteen positive discrete anomalies that are possibly rubbish material dumps were also present within the dataset. Nine areas of magnetic enhancement, four of which are present within the rectilinear platforms may originate from material accumulated through taphonomic or geological processes, some may also delimit extant earthworks. Of note is the semi-circular area of magnetic enhancement that is located on the terminal of a long linear earthwork that runs north-east for a further 20-30m out of the survey area. Isolated dipolar responses were most common throughout the dataset, one area of magnetic disturbance is also present the south-western boundary and is believed to have been caused by the modern metal fence boundary.
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T P Schofield
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Britannia Archaeology Ltd
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Suffolk HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2013
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Site: CNW 018: Fen Meadow, Coney Weston, Suffolk
County: SUFFOLK
District: ST EDMUNDSBURY
Parish: CONEY WESTON
Country: England
Grid Reference: 597400, 278300 (Easting, Northing)
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OASIS Id: britanni1-146368
OBIB: R1026
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A4 bound Report with A3 fold-out Figures
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01 Feb 2018
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