Anelay, G. (2011). Report on a Watching Brief at Pitlands Farm, Up Marden, West Sussex. West Sussex Archaeology. https://doi.org/10.5284/1095053. Cite this using datacite

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Report on a Watching Brief at Pitlands Farm, Up Marden, West Sussex
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West Sussex Archaeology Ltd unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1095053
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This document sets out the results from an archaeological watching brief carried out by West Sussex Archaeology Ltd. on behalf of Mr. Philip Huxham at Pitlands Farm, Up Marden, West Sussex. The watching brief was carried out in two phases from 30th January - 13th March 2008 and 10th November 2010 - 18th January 2011. The watching brief was in response to a condition of a planning permission for the re-development of some farm buildings which lie close to a known Roman villa. The principal result of this archaeological work has been to demonstrate that no remains associated with the villa lie under the southern part of the modern farm courtyard. Only two significant archaeological features were found, both pits probably dating to the medieval occupation of the site. In addition a number of Roman artefacts were recovered, due to the proximity of the villa; of particular note were two fragments of a Bembridge Limestone slab, possibly originally from a monumental Roman building, but re-used as a rainwater drain.
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G. Anelay
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West Sussex Archaeology
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2011
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Country: England
District: Chichester
County: West Sussex
Parish: Compton
Grid Reference: 479669, 112349 (Easting, Northing)
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VILLA (Monument Type England)
ROMAN VILLA (Tag)
TILE (Object England)
ROMAN TILE (Tag)
WATCHING BRIEF (Event)
ROMAN (Historic England Periods)
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OASIS Id: westsuss2-413280
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17 Jun 2022