Archaeological Evaluation at The Woodyard, Bainton, Bicester, Oxfordshire (OASIS ID: johnmoor1-359174)

Stephanie Duensing, Simona Denis, 2020

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Archaeological Evaluation at The Woodyard, Bainton, Bicester, Oxfordshire (OASIS ID: johnmoor1-359174)

John Moore Heritage Services carried out an evaluation at The Woodyard, Bainton, Bicester, Oxfordshire (NGR SP 5773 2708). The site was located approximately 40m to the north of previously investigated medieval houses dated to the 10th to 12th centuries. In this single evaluation trench, only one ditch was found running on a N-S alignment, and yielded 30 sherds of early medieval pottery.


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