Land east of 13 East Lane

An archaeological monitoring was carried out during the excavation of foundation trenches for a housing development. This was the second phase of archaeological fieldwork to take place on this site …

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New Gym, Intermediate School

An archaeological evaluation carried out on land at the Intermediate School, RAF Lakenheath, identified a single undated ditch, indicating that the site lies in a peripheral area between two known areas of extensive Roman occupation at Thunderbird Way/Kennedy Street and Caudle Head …

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Modular Control System

An archaeological monitoring was carried out during the laying of cable around the airfield at RAF Lakenheath. Most of the trenching was not seen but two undated pits and a buried soil were recorded beneath the access road to the airfield at Caudle Head …

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Proposed earth shelter house, Little Priory, Church St

A single trial trench evaluation was carried out in advance of the construction of a proposed earth shelter dwelling. Under deep deposits of likely post-medieval date, two significant archaeological features were encountered at the southern end of the trench. A partly revealed possible footing of flint cobbles and mortar was encountered in the extreme south-east corner of the trench. The footing cut a large irregularly-based feature (possibly a series of ditches) which contained medieval pottery of 13th to 14th century date …

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Cherry Tree Public House

Archaeological monitoring of ground disturbance in advance of the construction of new housing at Cherrytree Inn, Debenham revealed the presence of several urned and unurned cremations of middle Bronze Age date, as well as domestic hearth debris pits of early Anglo-Saxon date. The liminal nature of the topography of the site suggests that the burials fit in with a wider noted trend in Bronze Age burial practices for cemeteries to be located on the edges of landscape features, and often in relation to rivers and/or bodies of water. The presence of defined features of Anglo-Saxon date is the first time that stratified remains have been identified of this period in/around Debenham and may point to further Anglo-Saxon deposits being located to the south of the present town …

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Nacton Priory Park

An archaeological monitoring was carried out on land at Priory Park, Nacton between 11th February and 25th June 2009 during development of the site …

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1 Lower Olland Street

An archaeological monitoring was carried out in advance of the conversion and extension of a garage block to residential use. The garages are located to the rear of the former Angel public house, built in the 16th century …

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Alexandra House, Hospital Road

An archaeological evaluation carried out on land at Alexandra House, Hospital Road, Bury St Edmunds identified three ditches of probable Iron Age date and a post-medieval hedgeline …

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