Source/Archive record SEM8504 - Assessment and Metric Survey of Archaeological Features at Lee Abbey, Exmoor National Park Project Report

Type Report
Title Assessment and Metric Survey of Archaeological Features at Lee Abbey, Exmoor National Park Project Report
Author/Originator
Date/Year 2017
Hazel Riley report
Digital Object Identifier 10.5284/1082828

Abstract/Summary

A metric survey and an archaeological geophysical survey of Church Close, part of the Lee Abbey Estate on the North Devon coast, recorded part of a Bronze Age field system, re-used in the medieval and post-medieval periods; aspects of the mid- 19th century designed landscape associated with Lee Abbey, and a previously unrecorded searchlight position from the Second World War.

External Links (1)

Referenced Monuments (10)

  • 19th Century designed landscape around Lee Abbey (Monument)
  • 19th Century estate wall at Church Close (Building)
  • 19th Century rectangular platform northwest of Top Lodge (Monument)
  • 20th Century golf course at Lee Abbey (Monument)
  • Lee Abbey (Building)
  • Multi period field system at Lee Abbey (Monument)
  • Post-medieval gate piers at Church Close (Monument)
  • Roman coin at Lee Abbey (Find Spot)
  • Undated mound in Church Close (Monument)
  • World War Two searchlight emplacement in Church Close (Monument)

Referenced Events (1)

  • 2017: DBA, TS- Archaeological Features at Lee Abbey

Record last edited

Apr 28 2021 4:24PM