Source/Archive record SEM8274 - A geophysical resistivity survey of a rectangular ditch and bank enclosure at NGR SS62544485 Waytown Farm and two explorative test pits

Type Report
Title A geophysical resistivity survey of a rectangular ditch and bank enclosure at NGR SS62544485 Waytown Farm and two explorative test pits
Author/Originator
Date/Year 2012

Abstract/Summary

This report describes the results of a geophysical (resistivity) survey and an evaluation of two test pits at Waytown Farm, Kentisbury, near Barnstaple, Devon NGR SS6254 4485. The geophysical survey and excavation was undertaken by Mr. James Knights, Mr. Trevor Dunkerley and Revd. Keith Wyre as part of a community archaeology initiative designed to answer specific archaeological questions for the owners of the site, providing local people with information and a possible opportunity to participate in any future excavation. The site was brought to the attention of Mr. Trevor Dunkerley by Mr. Rob Wilson-North, archaeologist of Exmoor National Park in 2002.

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Referenced Monuments (3)

  • Iron Age or Romano British enclosure on Stoneditch Hill [outside Park boundary] (Monument)
  • Possible prehistoric mortuary enclosure southeast of Kentisbury (Monument)
  • Roman farmstead on parish boundary of Combe Martin and Kentisbury (Monument)

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Record last edited

Apr 29 2019 4:50PM