Archaeological mitigation on land at Rockingham Forest Park, Wansford Road, King's Cliffe, Northamptonshire (OASIS ID: molanort1-361720)

Claire Finn, 2020

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Archaeological mitigation on land at Rockingham Forest Park, Wansford Road, King's Cliffe, Northamptonshire (OASIS ID: molanort1-361720)

MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) was commissioned by CgMs Heritage to undertake an archaeological trial trench evaluation at Jack’s Green, Kings Cliffe, Northamptonshire in August and September 2018. This work followed an earlier geophysical survey of the proposed development area. A low density of archaeological remains were encountered including a probable Iron Age pit alignment on the line of the proposed access track and part of an Iron Age enclosure. An extensive irregular boundary ditch of uncertain date and two undated parallel boundary ditches or possible trackway drainage ditches were also recorded. A low number of pits and postholes were also recorded that were likely to be of Iron Age date were also present although direct dating evidence was limited.


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