Gorniak, M. (2013). Land at Ullswater Road, Campsea Ashe, Suffolk. Hertford: Archaeological Solutions Ltd. https://doi.org/10.5284/1019492. Cite this using datacite

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Land at Ullswater Road, Campsea Ashe, Suffolk
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In February 2013 Archaeological Solutions Ltd (AS) carried out an archaeological evaluation of land at Ullswater Road, Campsea Ashe, Suffolk (NGR TM 323 555). The evaluation was commissioned by Oxbury and Company and was undertaken in advance of the proposed construction of an affordable housing development of 20 dwellings. It was required to comply with an archaeological condition attached to planning approval (Suffolk Coastal District Council Planning Ref. C/09/1862), and based on advice from Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service Conservation Team requiring a programme of archaeological work. Archaeological features were recorded in every trench except Trench 9 in the southern corner of the site. The features were most dense in Trenches 1, 4 and 7 (8, 11 and 8 features respectively), and these trenches are widely dispersed throughout the site (northern, eastern and southern sectors respectively). The earliest feature is an urned cremation (L1055 from F1056 Tr.1) recorded within the subsoil. Sparse struck flint consistent with a later Neolithic to early Bronze Age date was also found. The majority of the dated features were Roman, late 1st - 2nd century when the dating could be narrowed. The Roman features were principally ditches and gullies. A pit, F1033 (Tr.2), was also recorded. Undated features other than ditches and gullies included pits (F1067 and F1083 (TR.4), and F1029 (Tr.8) and postholes (F1061 (Tr.1), F1073 (Tr.4) and F1021, F1023 and F1025 (Tr.7). The principal find was pottery and larger assemblages were derived from Ditches F1015 (Tr.7) and F1035 (Tr.2). One feature, Ditch F1047 (Tr. 4) contained mid Saxon pottery and also residual Roman pottery.
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M Gorniak
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Archaeological Solutions Ltd
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Suffolk HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2013
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Site: CAA 031: Land at Ullswater Road, Campsea Ashe, Suffolk
Parish: CAMPSEY ASH
District: SUFFOLK COASTAL
County: SUFFOLK
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: Suffolk Coastal
Grid Reference: 632300, 255500 (Easting, Northing)
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Pottery (Find) Roman (MIDAS)
Urned Cremation (Find) Early Bronze Age (MIDAS)
Cremation (Monus) Bronze Age (MIDAS)
Ditch (Monus) Early Medieval (MIDAS)
Ditch Gullies Pit (Monus) Roman (MIDAS)
Well, Ditches, Pits And Gullies (Monus) Uncertain (MIDAS)
Early Bronze Age (MIDAS)
Roman (MIDAS)
Roman Late 1st 2nd Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Neolithic (MIDAS)
Mid Saxon (Auto Detected Temporal)
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OASIS Id: archaeol7-145648
OBIB: Archaeological Solutions Report No. 4249
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25 Nov 2016
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