Chapman, H. H P., Gearey, B. R. and Krawiec, K. (2006). Compartment 26, Beccles Marshes, Suffolk, 2006 (BCC043): Excavations of a brushed trackway and causeway - Assessment Report and Recommendations. Ipswich: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service. https://doi.org/10.5284/1035991. Cite this using datacite

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Compartment 26, Beccles Marshes, Suffolk, 2006 (BCC043): Excavations of a brushed trackway and causeway - Assessment Report and Recommendations
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Birmingham Archaeology unpublished report series
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36
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1035991
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The excavation of Soke Dyke across the floodplain of the River Waveney, at compartment 26, uncovered upright posts and associated wooden remains. The nature of the tool marks on the timbers indicated a prehistoric date. It was thought that more detailed excavation was required. Assessment of samples of the worked timbers suggested Iron Age or Bronze Age date. [Au(adp)]
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Henry H P Chapman ORCID icon
B R Gearey
K Krawiec
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Birmingham Archaeology
Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service
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2006
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Site: Beccles Marshes
County: Suffolk
Parish: Beccles
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: River Waveney
Location - Auto Detected: Soke Dyke
Grid Reference: 642300, 291800 (Easting, Northing)
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ANIMAL REMAINS (Find) UNCERTAIN (GLL)
INSECT REMAINS (Find) PREHISTORIC (GLL)
LITHIC IMPLEMENT (Find) PREHISTORIC (GLL)
PEG (Find) PREHISTORIC (GLL)
PLANT REMAINS (Find) PREHISTORIC (GLL)
POLLEN (Find) PREHISTORIC (GLL)
POST (Find) LATE IRON AGE (GLL)
SHERD (Find) PREHISTORIC (GLL)
SHERD (Find) ROMAN (GLL)
TRACKWAY (Find) PREHISTORIC (GLL)
CAUSEWAY (Monus) LATE IRON AGE (GLL)
POST ALIGNMENT (Monus) LATE IRON AGE (GLL)
STRUCTURE (Monus) LATE IRON AGE (GLL)
TRACKWAY (Monus) PREHISTORIC (GLL)
Iron Age (Auto Detected Temporal)
Bronze Age (MIDAS)
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OBIB: Report No. 1472
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Date Of Issue From: 2006 Date Of Coverage From: 01 Date Of Coverage To: 01 Editorial Expansion: Site name: COMPARTMENT 26, BECCLES MARSHES, BRUSHWOOD TRACKWAY AND CAUSEWAY
Study area:
Investigation type: Evaluation
District: Waveney
Monument: TRACKWAY. Iron Age, POST ALIGNMENT. Iron Age, DYKE (DEFENCE). Iron Age
Ngr: TM4291591913
Parish: Beccles
Postcode: NR349ES
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Grey Literature Scanning projects (Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit)
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30 Aug 2017
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