Monument record 0529300000 - TEMPLE ST, BRILL

Summary

Fourteenth to eighteenth century pottery, tile and/or brick kilns found during watching brief and subsequent excavation.

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Map

Type and Period (3)

  • BRICKWORKS? (14th Century to 18th Century - 1300 AD to 1799 AD)
  • TILE WORKS? (14th Century to 18th Century - 1300 AD to 1799 AD)
  • POTTERY KILN (POTTERY KILN SITE, 14th Century to 18th Century - 1300 AD to 1799 AD)

Description

KILNS, KILN PRODUCTS & FURNITURE FOUND DURING WATCHING BRIEF & SUBSEQUENT SMALL EXCAVATION. THERE WERE 2 OR MORE C14 KILN BASES; KILN 2 WAS ASSOCIATED WITH LATE C15/C16 PRODUCTS. ELSEWHERE ON THE SITE LARGE QUANTITIES OF C17/C18 WASTERS. NGR TO SITE CENTRE (A NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENT)(B1).
Watching brief carried out by OAU in July 2001 indicated extensive disturbance caused by construction of housing development (B4).

Sources (4)

  • <1>SBC17120 Article in serial: Peter Yeoman. 1988. 'EXCAVATION OF AN EARLY POST-MEDIEVAL KILN AT TEMPLE STREET, BRILL,1983', IN RECS OF BUCKS 30. Vol 30. pp123-155.
  • <2>SBC17118 Article in serial: P A Yeoman (BCM). 1984. SUMMARY REPORT IN SOUTH MIDLANDS ARCHAEOLOGY 14 P11. Vol 14. p11.
  • <3>SBC22975 Article in serial: Mike Farley (BCM). 1983. 'Archaeological Notes From Buckinghamshire County Museum', in Recs of Bucks 25 P172. Vol 25. p172.
  • <4>SBC19080 Unpublished document: Oxford Archaeological Unit. 2001. 18 The Lawns, Brill, Buckinghamshire.

Location

Grid reference Centred SP 6550 1412 (130m by 120m) (Centred on)
Civil Parish BRILL, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

Related Monuments/Buildings (5)

Related Events/Activities (2)

  • Event - Intervention: (EBC11447)
  • Event - Intervention: Watching brief (EBC16142)

Record last edited

Apr 25 2018 12:04PM

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