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Year of Publication (End): 2017
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C Carlsson
An archaeological evaluation consisting of 2 trenches. Nothing of archaeological importance was found.
2017
C Carlsson
An archaeological evaluation consisting of two trenches. A medieval boundary ditch was found, and pottery, animal bones and environmental samples were collected from its fill.
2017
C Carlsson
Archaeological Evaluation of a proposed development site in Peterborough. The archaeological site works comprised excavation and recording of 4 evaluation trenches.
2014
C Carlsson
A geophysical survey of Shingay Hospitaller Commandery in Cambridgeshire. The investigation clearly showed that a number of archaeological features are preserved beneath the ground. Some of these features are likely to be foundation walls of stone or brick, robbed foundation trenches, and ditches relating to the Medieval commandery. Some features may also be from a Post-Medieval hall, which has also been present within the site.
2014
C Carlsson
Archaeological Evaluation at Manor House Farm, Isham, Northamptonshire. The investigation consisted of two 20m long trenches in the garden behind the existing Grade II listed building. The trenches revealed a number of Medieval ditches and a possible Medieval hearth. A large number of pottery sherds were also collected from various fills in the ditches, and could be broadly dated to the Norman period.
2014
Carlsson Christer
An archaeological watching brief was carried out on land adjacent to 78 Crowland Road, Eye, Peterborough. The site contained no visible archaeological remains, but a few tobacco clay pipes and pieces of china were visible in the topsoil.
2014
C Carlsson
An archaeological evaluation consisting of one trench with no visible archaeological features.
2017
C Carlsson
An archaeological evaluation on land adjacent to Glebe Farm House. A total of 8 trial trenches were opened up, and a limited amount of archaeological features and finds were being found.
2017
C Carlsson
An archaeological evaluation was carried out at the site. Two test trenches were opened up, but no preserved archaeological features or deposits were identified.
2017
C Carlsson
An archaeological evaluation consisting of two trenches at 45 King Street, Rampton, Cambridgeshire. Both trenches proved to be disturbed by modern activities all the way down to the Natural deposits.
2017
C Carlsson
An open area excavation for a new development consisting of four new dwellings, attached garages, driveways and service trenches. The excavation exposed archaeological features dating from the Neolithic, Medieval and Post Medieval periods.
2015
C Carlsson
An archaeological watching brief at 69 Old Watford Road, Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire.
2016
C Carlsson
Watching Brief for the expansion of Castor Primary School, Stock's Hill, Castor, Peterborough.
2016
C Carlsson
An Archaeological Watching Brief for the construction of a dog agility course at Ferry Meadows Country Park, Peterborough.
2015
C Carlsson
Archaeological Monitoring for the construction of two new wind turbines, with power cables and access roads.
2015
C Carlsson
Archaeological Evaluation on land in Werrington, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. No archaeological features were identified, but a few artefacts (pottery and a coin) were found in the topsoil of the site.
2014
C Carlsson
An archaeological evaluation was conducted by Independent Archaeology Consultants for the construction of two dwellings and garages with access and new services at Tindall Mill, Tydd St Giles, Cambridgeshire. No archaeological features are known from within the development area and no such remains were encountered during the investigation. An east-west orientated drainage ditch was, however, located in the central part of the site.
2015
C Carlsson
An archaeological trial trench evaluation consisting of 44 trenches and two testpits for the construction of a new cemetery. Modern, Medieval and Prehistoric features and finds were uncovered in some of the trenches.
2017
C Carlsson
An archaeological evaluation on land at Varity House, Vicarage Farm Road, Fengate, Peterborough. Two trenches were opened up. While the first was empty, the second one proved to contain a post hole and a possible kiln of unknown date. Even if the kiln could not be more closely dated, its layout is similar to Roman industrial kilns.
2017
C Carlsson
An archaeological evaluation for the construction of a new dwelling with detached garage and driveway.
2015
 
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