Children, G., Priestley, S. and Slater, J. (2012). Archaeological Desk Based Assessment - Fosse Road Mains Refurbishment Scheme, Stratton on the Fosse, Somerset. Border Archaeology. https://doi.org/10.5284/1034785. Cite this using datacite

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Archaeological Desk Based Assessment - Fosse Road Mains Refurbishment Scheme, Stratton on the Fosse, Somerset
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Border Archaeology unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1034785
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Border Archaeology undertook this desk-based assessment on behalf of Bristol Water to assess the archaeological implications of water mains refurbishment works at Stratton on the Fosse, Somerset including works directly on the course of the former Roman road known as the Fosseway. The proposed refurbishment works will take place on the course of the existing main, principally on Fosseway, Middlemead, Church Lane and South Street, amounting to c.525m of trenching.
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G Children
S Priestley
J Slater
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Border Archaeology
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Somerset HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2012
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Site: Stratton-on-the-Fosse, Somerset
County: SOMERSET
District: MENDIP
Parish: STRATTON ON THE FOSSE
Country: England
Grid Reference: 365800, 150890 (Easting, Northing)
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N/A (Find) None (GLL)
CEMETERY (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
FISHPONDS (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
MANOR HOUSE (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
PARISH CHURCH (Monus) Medieval (GLL)
RECTORY (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
ROAD (Monus) Roman (GLL)
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
WAR MEMORIAL (Monus) Modern (GLL)
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OASIS Id: borderar1-184292
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Border Archaeology undertook this desk-based assessment on behalf of Bristol Water to assess the archaeological implications of water mains refurbishment works at Stratton on the Fosse, Somerset including works directly on the course of the former Roman road known as the Fosseway. The proposed refurbishment works will take place on the course of the existing main, principally on Fosseway, Middlemead, Church Lane and South Street, amounting to c.525m of trenching. Copies of this assessment will be supplied to Bristol Water and to Stephen Membery, Senior Historic Environment Officer, Somerset County Council.
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01 Feb 2018
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