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Year of Publication (End): 2020
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Magnetometry and resistivity surveys to locate a causewayed camp ditch.
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2011
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A small earth resistance survey in the undercroft on a mortar floor. It appears to have got results because the floor was damp. Nothing of much note was found
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2013
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Surveys to seek to establish whether pegs used to secure marquees would damage burued remains.
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2015
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Magnetometry and earth resistance surveys were carried out to seek to add to the understanding of these remains.
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2017
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Geophysics, test pits and evaluation trenches revealed a 1 hectare Roman site.Later soil dumping over the area obscured much detail. Comparing test pits with the more usual machining down to archaeology then hand digging showed that the latter missed some 85% of the finds.This may have implications for evaluation by excavation in general.
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2019
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22 page A4 report. Mainly survey plots. Magnetometry and resistivity failed to locate a known Roman building but did find hitherto unknown enclosures and possible kilns.
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2012
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Magnetometry and Earth Resistance surveys of a medieval castle site.
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2018
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Magnetometry and earth resistance surveys to seek to locate a Tudor summer house.
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2015
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Magnetometry survey together with a short note on earlier excavations.
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2016
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A short report on magnetometry and resistivity surveys carried out for the South Oxfordshire Project.
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2011
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A small survey in the Rectors garden of Exeter College, Oxford
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2010
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Surveys for a local researcher, using magnetometry and a small amount of earth resistance, appear to have confirmed the existence and extent of this Neolithic monument. They may also indicate why an earlier professional excavation failed to locate its main ditch. It could have had a road put through it.
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2020
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Magnetometry was carried out to test whether English Heritages claims for the superiority of caesium sensors was justified. The research found that the test site had been partially excavated in the period between their caesium and fluxgate surveys, which appears to have influenced their results.
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2017
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Magnetometry and Resistivity Surveys failed to locate Roman remains but located a curved ditch- like feature
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2018
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Magnetometry and a small bit of resistivity to find a deserted medieval village. Some likely remains were found as well as a probable brick kiln. A pond and sludge dumping from a nearby lake impeded results.
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2014
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This is a magnetometry and resistivity survey of an Iron Age site with some Roman activity in the area which had been discovered by fieldwalking in the 1980's. It is hoped that a report on the fieldwork will ultimately appear in 'Oxoniensia'.
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2012
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A Magnetometry survey, to assess the density and nature of remains to act as a comparable for proposed gravel/waste pit nearby, located unrecorded barrows and a, presumably Romano British, settlement of approx 3 hectares and many pit/grave like anomalies.
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2016
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magnetometry and resistivity surveys to seek to locate the site of a deserted medieval village.
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2014
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The owner of this field wished to know more about the humps and bumps in his field. We carried out magnetometry, earth resistance, resistivity profile and a contour survey. These appear to have located a late Saxon to medieval tower and castle with a village to its north.There were also remains which could be Bronze Age and Iron Age in date. The Time Team television programme later identified a 17th century Civil War ditch there.
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2014
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A small earth resistance survey may have located the extent of the chancel which was demolished in the 1740's.
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2012
 
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