Find Spot record 0521101002 - Field SW of ST JAMES' CHURCH, BOARSTALL kiln

Summary

Concentrations of fifteenth and sixteenth century pottery found in field walking

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • FINDSPOT (Undated)

Description

POTTERY IN CHARACTERISTIC BRILL/BOARSTALL FABRIC FOUND IN FIELD, CENTRE C170M SSE OF CHURCH. SUBSEQUENT FIELDWALKING FOUND AT LEAST 6 DISCRETE POTTERY CONCENTRATIONS & LARGE GENERAL SCATTER ALONG S EDGE OF FIELD. FURTHER INFORMATION AWAITED WHEN THIS LARGE AMOUNT OF POTTERY IS PROCESSED. Concentration of sherds in this location = 90+ per survey square (1)
A field survey carried out by June Stong noted 3 kiln sites, a well, and up to 12 house platforms in this field (3)

Sources (5)

  • ---SBC18758 Aerial Photograph: 13/06/47. RAF 133.4018. SP\623130. Yes.
  • ---SBC19904 Unpublished document: CMAG. 1983. Archive of CMAG fieldwalking of Great Bardols Field, Boarstall..
  • <1>SBC8457 Verbal communication: MEF 1983(MARCH) PERS COMM; GRID SQUARE PLAN OF FIE LDWALKING IN HANGING FILE & FILED.
  • <2>SBC2652 Unpublished document: Stan Cauvain. 1991. STUDY OF THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CERAMIC MATERIALS FROM MEDIEVAL KILNS IN SOUTH BUCKS.
  • <3>SBC19902 Unpublished document: June Strong. 1997. Archive of survey of Boarstall medieval settlement undertaken voluntarily for the National Trust.

Location

Grid reference SP 6255 1400 (point) (Estimated from sources)
Civil Parish BOARSTALL, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire

Finds (1)

  • SHERD (15th Century to 16th Century - 1400 AD to 1599 AD)

Related Monuments/Buildings (2)

Related Events/Activities (4)

  • Event - Survey: (EBC13650)
  • Event - Intervention: Field survey (EBC16202)
  • Event - Intervention: Fieldwalking and metal detecting survey of Great Bardols field and fields south of Boarstall Decoy (EBC16203)
  • Event - Intervention: Fieldwalking of Great Bardols field and invesigation of pottery production site (EBC12914)

Record last edited

May 2 2007 2:43PM

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