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A selection of projects undertaken by Archaeology South-East


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Horsewash Lane, Rochester
An archaeological evaluation was carried out at the PB site, Horsewash Lane, Rochester between 4th of February and 10th March 2008 on behalf of the client Halcrow Ltd. A total of 10 trenches were excavated across the site, totalling some 110m in length.

The evidence from these trenches suggested the survival of an archaeological sequence dating from the Early Neolithic to the post-medieval period.

Project Officer: Dave Jamieson
Clients: Halcrow Ltd.

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Snodland High Street
Between February and July 2008, Archaeology South-East undertook excavations across the site of the remains of the Roman villa at Snodland a listed Scheduled Ancient Monument on the west bank of the River Medway, revealing previously unknown Romano-British deposits, and the partial remains of a building integral to the broader 2nd-4th century villa complex.

Project Officer: Clive Meaton
Client:CgMs - Smurfit Kappa

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Bradstow School, Dumpton Park Drive, Broadstairs
The excavation of two Bronze Age barrows and an Anglo-Saxon burial.

Project Officer: Diccon Hart
Client: Wilby & Burnett

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Brisley Farm, Ashford
After 6 years of excavation on this 7.5 ha. quarry site, work is now in progress on studying and publishing the results. Finds included an extensive Iron Age settlement, with two Late Iron Age warrior burials at its focus, a Romano-British cremation cemetery and an early Post-Medieval farmstead.

Project Officer: Jim Stevenson
Clients: Ward Homes and Jarvis Homes

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Kingsborough Farm, Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppey
Evaluation and excavation of a Neolithic causewayed enclosure and a Late Bronze Age enclosure.

Project Officer: Simon Stevens
Client: Jones Homes.

Highstead Farm Quarry, Chislet, Canterbury
Excavations revealed a possible barrow, a cremation/pyre cemetery, and settlement evidence of the Middle and Late Bronze Age. Fire-cracked flint associated with features beside a channel may represent a ‘burnt mound'. Three prehistoric trackways, including a possible droveway were identified. A field system, probably Roman, was superimposed upon the prehistoric remains. A 13th- to 14th- century farmstead, consisting of a series of enclosures and associated features, was also recorded.

Project Officer: Greg Priestley-Bell
Client: Bretts

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Kingsnorth Power Station, Hoo, Isle of Grain
Excavation prior to the construction of a new power station recovered finds from the Mesolithic onwards. An agricultural landscape was established in the Early Iron Age and included a possible droveway, evidence for salt-works and a possible round-house. There was an apparent hiatus in activity until the Late Iron Age, when there was a settlement shift. During the Romano-British period activity intensified, reaching a peak during the mid 2nd to 3rd centuries when pottery production became prominent.

Project Officer: Neil Griffin
Client: BWPP

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Lydd Quarry, Jurys Gap Road, Lydd
Mapping and excavation of a Romano-British salt-working site.

Project Officer: Greg Priestly-Bell
Client: Brett Gravels Ltd.

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Tonbridge Castle Gatehouse
Intensive interpretative recording of the 13th-century gatehouse at Tonbridge Castle, to inform Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council and their agents as to the significance and original form as a prelude to submitting a lottery application for limited reinstatement and display to the public.

Project Officer: David Martin
Client: Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council.

 

Westenhanger Castle, Stanford
Intensive interpretative recording of the remains of the 14th-century (and later) fortified manor house known as Westenhanger Castle as a prelude to extensive restoration and consolidation, with further work during conservation work.

Project Officer: David Martin
Clients: G Forge (Civil Engineering) Ltd and English Heritage.

 

 

 





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