University Campus Suffolk, Phase 1 - Neptune Quay

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken during January 2007 to assess the nature of land reclamation and to investigate the potential for buried archaeology within an area adjacent the River Orwell on land situated on the corner of Coprolite Street and Fore Street, Ipswich, in advance of the proposed University Campus Suffolk development. …

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Lackford Bridge Quarry

Rescue excavations at Lackford Bridge Quarry, West Stow, undertaken in the winter of 1978-9 by Suffolk Archaeological Unit in advance of sand and gravel quarrying, produced evidence of multiperiod settlement remains consisting of pits, post-holes, sunken-featured buildings, enclosure ditches and curvilinear gullies, dating to the early and late Neolithic, Iron Age and/or Roman and early Anglo- Saxon periods. The archive of records and finds was not completed after excavation due to lack of resources and only limited post-excavation assessment and analysis took place. …

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65, The Street, Beck Row

Evaluation on land at 65, The Street, Beck Row, was required to investigate the archaeological potential of the site. Colluvial deposits of up to 1.1m were present over much of the site, and sealed archaeological deposits in four of the ten excavated trenches. Two ditches and seven small pits were identified, all of which contained finds of a late medieval or post medieval date. One sherd from a 13th-14th century coarseware bowl was recovered from the base of Trench 7 as an unstratified find …

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New Hockey Pitch and Tennis Courts

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken on land within a walled garden area to the south of Culford School Sports Centre. Five trenches were excavated, revealing several ditches and post-holes of various dates (prehistoric, Late Iron Age/Early Roman, Early Anglo-Saxon and post-medieval), as well as undated features. Environmental samples taken during excavation recovered hammerscale fragments, indicating metalworking was occurring somewhere nearby although no dating was possible for these deposits …

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Broxbourne School

This archaeological desk-based assessment of Broxbourne School, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, set the site within its immediate archaeological landscape and attempted to characterise the nature,
date and potential for survival of archaeological deposits …

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Honington Primary School

Two evaluation trenches were excavated within the grounds of Honington Primary School, to the west of the main school buildings. These revealed one small undated pit/ posthole. Unstratified later prehistoric flint flakes, as well as one sherd of medieval pottery were recovered. The archaeological levels were well preserved …

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Church Knoll, Upper St

A trenched evaluation was conducted across the 0.37ha garden of the bungalow at Church Knoll, Upper Street, Baylham identified a thick accumulation of hillwash and a single undated pit …

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