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CAT Report 1827: summary

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Archaeological evaluation at Crown House, Crown Street, Dedham, Essex, CO7 6AG: July 2022
by Ziya Eksen

Date report completed: July 2022
Location: Crown House, Crown Street, Dedham, Essex, CO7 6AG
Map reference(s): TM 06092 32821 (centre)
File size: 9616 kb
Project type: Evaluation
Significance of the results:
Keywords: Dedham evaluation

Summary. An archaeological evaluation (one trial-trench) was undertaken at Crown House, Crown Street, Dedham, Essex in advance of the construction of a new dwelling. The development site is located on the eastern edge of the medieval town of Dedham which contains a wealth of 14th century and later buildings. The site also lies within an area of important Bronze Age and early Roman cropmark landscapes including a substantial complex of 11 ring-ditches. Despite being located in an archaeologically-sensitive area, no archaeological features or deposits were uncovered during this evaluation.