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An archaeological evaluation was undertaken at land adjacent to Greetham Quarry, Greetham, Rutland (SK 930 149) by the University of Leicester Archaeological Services between the 23rd May and 10th June 2005 for Mineral Surveying Services Ltd on behalf of M.Dickerson Ltd.Library - Archaeology Data Service,An Archaeological Evaluation at Greetham Quarry Extension, Greetham, Rutland OASIS Reviewer 2005Library - archaeologydataservice.ac.uk,An Archaeological Evaluation For the Proposed "Centre of Excellence in Performance Practice building" at land off Oxford Street, De Montfort University,Leicester SK 5846 0404 (centre) Author,An Archaeological Evaluation at Greetham Quarry Extension, Greetham, Rutland. Author

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An Archaeological Evaluation at Hanson Quarry, Coln Fen, Earith.,Archaeological Excavations at Greetham Quarry, Greetham, Rutland. Publisher 2006,Northern Extension Baston No. 1 Quarry, Lincolnshire: An Archaeological Evaluation.Library - Archaeology Data Service,An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment for Quarry Extensions at Groby Quarry and at Bradgate-Lawnwood Quarry in the parish of Groby,,Greetham, Rutland, Leicestershire (Report No 97/03) Publisher 1997,Archaeological Evaluation South of OldGriffin Quarry Southam Warwickshire - Cotswold Archaeology,archaeological evaluation at the site of a proposed quarry extension at Griffin Farm, Southam, Warwickshire. The evaluation, which was commissioned by CEMEX UK, was undertaken to meet conditions attached to planning consent on two applications relating to the quarry extension.

Kempsford Quarry Extension, Kempsford, Gloucestershire

Kempsford Quarry Extension, Kempsford, Gloucestershire An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment by Heather Hopkins Report 07/152 Introduction This desk-based study is an assessment of the archaeological potential of the area of a proposed extension to Kempsford Quarry, located at Kempsford, Gloucestershire, (SU 1767 9850) (Fig. 1). The project wasPROPOSED WICKWAR QUARRY EXTENSION SOUTH,CA (Cotswold Archaeology) 2005 Wickwar Quarry Extension, South Gloucestershire: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment Update CA Report 05156 CA (Cotswold Archaeology) 2006 Wickwar Quarry Extension, South Gloucestershire: Written Scheme of Investigation for an Archaeological Evaluation 8Archaeological monitoring and excavation, Stage 7 and 8,,Other archaeological work undertaken in response to quarry expansion (Fig 2). In 1995, a small Roman oven was excavated on the east side of the quarry close to Brake’s Farm (NGR TL 9333 2002; CAT excavation 1995 on Fig 2; CAT archive 6/95b). In 2001, evaluation trenching in advance of a northern extension to the quarry revealed

Archaeological evaluation of land for the extension of,

Northamptonshire Archaeology carried out an archaeological trial trench evaluation on land at Elsenham Quarry, Essex from April 2010 to May 2011. One hundred and fifty-six trenches were excavated across the proposed development area, a 4% sample: only 26 trenches contained archaeological features.Collyweston Quarry (Western Extension) Duddington,,Collyweston Quarry (Western Extension), Duddington, Northamptonshire: Archaeological Evaluation pottery (NHER 2891/0/0) and probable hut circles and enclosures are recorded from aerial photography north-west of Duddington (NHER2891/0/1; 2891/0/3).An archaeological evaluation at Bulmer Brick Works Bulmer,,An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by CAT at Bulmer Brick Works, Hedingham Road, Bulmer, Essex on 14th September 2011. The work consisted of stripping around the top of existing quarry face (referred to here as Trench 1 (T1)) where the quarry pit was to be extended and the excavation of an evaluation trench

Finmere Quarry Extension, Banbury Road, Finmere,

Finmere Quarry Extension, Banbury Road, Finmere, Oxfordshire; an archaeological evaluation. Toggle navigation . Catalog; Services; About × Cite this resource. Copy to clipboard with Ctrl+C / ⌘+C. Finmere Quarry Extension, Banbury Road,Kempsford Quarry Extension, Kempsford, Gloucestershire,Kempsford Quarry Extension, Kempsford, Gloucestershire An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment by Heather Hopkins Report 07/152 Introduction This desk-based study is an assessment of the archaeological potential of the area of a proposed extension to Kempsford Quarry, located at Kempsford, Gloucestershire, (SU 1767 9850) (Fig. 1). The project wasBirch Pit, northern extension,CAT Report 141: An archaeological evaluation at Birch Pit, northern extension, Colchester, Essex: May 2001 2 4 Results 4.1 Prehistoric ditches (Figs 3-6) 4.1.1 Several ditches were uncovered in trenches in the north-eastern part of the site (Fig 3).

PROPOSED WICKWAR QUARRY EXTENSION SOUTH

CA (Cotswold Archaeology) 2005 Wickwar Quarry Extension, South Gloucestershire: Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment Update CA Report 05156 CA (Cotswold Archaeology) 2006 Wickwar Quarry Extension, South Gloucestershire: Written Scheme of Investigation for an Archaeological Evaluation 8Pratt’s Quarry Extension, Great Billington, Leighton,,Pratt’s Quarry Extension, Great Billington, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire An Archaeological Evaluation by Andrew Mundin Report 07/99 Introduction This report documents the results of an archaeological field evaluation carried out on land north of Great Billington, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire (SP 9350 2320) (Fig. 1).Finmere Quarry Extension, Field 7, Finmere, Oxfordshire,An Archaeological Evaluation by Andrew Mundin and Steve Ford Report 06/59 Introduction This report documents the results of an archaeological field evaluation carried out on land designated as Field 7 in the overall proposed quarry area of Finmere Quarry Extension, Finmere, Oxfordshire (SP

Kempsford Quarry Extension, Kempsford, Gloucestershire

Kempsford Quarry Extension, Kempsford, Gloucestershire An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment by Heather Hopkins Report 07/152 Introduction This desk-based study is an assessment of the archaeological potential of the area of a proposed extension to Kempsford Quarry, located at Kempsford, Gloucestershire, (SU 1767 9850) (Fig. 1). The project wasArchaeological monitoring and excavation, Stage 7 and 8,,Other archaeological work undertaken in response to quarry expansion (Fig 2). In 1995, a small Roman oven was excavated on the east side of the quarry close to Brake’s Farm (NGR TL 9333 2002; CAT excavation 1995 on Fig 2; CAT archive 6/95b). In 2001, evaluation trenching in advance of a northern extension to the quarry revealed(PDF) Wykeham Quarry Northern Extension North,PDF | The purpose of the field investigation was to map and evaluate the archaeological and palaeoenvironmental potential of the alluvial sequences... | Find, read and cite all the research you,

ARO3: Soutra Hill: Prehistoric and Medieval Activity on,

an archaeological evaluation was undertaken by GUARD in November 2010, which examined 10.85 % of the Quarry Extension area. The four sites of potential archaeological significance were targeted for evaluation. The results of the evaluation determined that Soutra Hill Cairn, although badly disturbed, was prehistoric inArchaeological Investigations Project 2003 Field,,PODE HOLE QUARRY Archaeological Evaluation of a Proposed Extension at Pode Hole Quarry, Thorney Malone, S Sleaford : Archaeological Project Services, 2003, 68pp, figs, tabs, refs Work undertaken by: Archaeological Project Services Evaluation trenches were excavated on the proposed quarry extension area. Three Bronze Age burialPratt’s Quarry Extension, Great Billington, Leighton,,Pratt’s Quarry Extension, Great Billington, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire An Archaeological Evaluation by Andrew Mundin Report 07/99 Introduction This report documents the results of an archaeological field evaluation carried out on land north of Great Billington, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire (SP 9350 2320) (Fig. 1).

ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF A PROPOSED EXTENSION

This archaeological assessment has been undertaken to determine the potential archaeological impact of a proposed extension to Yennadon Quarry, Meavy, (NGR SX 5430 6885; Fig. 1) and suggest appropriate mitigation in response. The work was commissioned by Yennadon Stone Ltd who will incorporate the results of the studyFinmere Quarry Extension, Field 7, Finmere, Oxfordshire,An Archaeological Evaluation by Andrew Mundin and Steve Ford Report 06/59 Introduction This report documents the results of an archaeological field evaluation carried out on land designated as Field 7 in the overall proposed quarry area of Finmere Quarry Extension, Finmere, Oxfordshire (SPDEANSHANGER, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE PASSENHAM QUARRY:,PASSENHAM QUARRY SOUTHERN EXTENSION AREA Geophysical Survey 2014-15 Abstract This geophysical survey forms part of an archaeological evaluation of a proposed extension to Passenham Quarry near Deanshanger, Northamptonshire. The survey has produced a complex and detailed magnetic response indicating the

FINNINGLEY QUARRY EXTENSION, (Phases 25, 26, 27, 29 & 30,

Finningley Quarry Extension 2012 _____ 2 SUMMARY This report comprises an assessment of the archaeological potential for the proposed areas of extraction at Finningley Quarry in line with best practice recommended within the National Planning Policy Framework Section 12 (March 2012). The five proposed extensions fall within the parishes,,