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CAT Report 1047: summary

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Archaeological evaluation on land at Petersfield, The Endway, Great Easton, Essex, CM6 2HG: November 2016
by Laura Pooley
(with contributions from Stephen Benfield, Lisa Gray, Ben Holloway, Emma Holloway)

Date report completed: January 2017
Location: Land at Petersfield, The Endway, Great Easton, Essex, CM6 2HG
Map reference(s): TL 60980 25437
File size: kb
Project type: Evaluation
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Summary. An archaeological evaluation (extended trial-trench) was carried out on land at Petersfield, The Endway, Great Easton, Essex in advance of the construction of a replacement dwelling and garage. The development site is located 30m west of a 2011 excavation interpreted as the southeastern side of a Late Iron Age Roman enclosure, probably surrounding a rural farmstead, with an external track or droveway. This evaluation revealed Late Iron Age and Roman pits, postholes and a ditch all probably associated with the occupation of the farmstead. A post-Roman ditch might be related to the medieval motte and bailey castle, medieval farmstead and/or the 15th-16th century Easton Hall all located 70-90m to the west/southwest.