Brady, K. and Biddulph, E. (2007). Feeding the moat:. Archaeol Cantiana 127. Vol 127, pp. 127-141.

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Feeding the moat:
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excavations near the site of Edenbridge manor house
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Archaeol Cantiana 127
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Archæologia Cantiana
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127
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127 - 141
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Archaeological works undertaken in 2004 along the route of Edenbridge's western relief road revealed evidence of a substantial watercourse infilled with material dating to the late-twelfth to mid-thirteenth century. This artificial channel carried water to the moat surrounding Edenbridge manor house and provided dating evidence for the digging of the moat and the early use of the manor. Evidence of metalworking activity was also found, indicating that a smithy existed nearby in the twelfth to thirteenth centuries. Includes
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Kate Brady
Edward Biddulph
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2007
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Metalworking (Auto Detected Subject))
Moat (Auto Detected Subject))
Midthirteenth Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Thirteenth Centuries Includes (Auto Detected Temporal)
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14 Sep 2007