Monument record 0210107000 - EAST OF BOVENEY VILLAGE Area 16: baby burials

Summary

Two Iron Age to Roman baby burials were found in excavation in advance of Eton Rowing Course

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • BURIAL (Early Iron Age to 5th Century Roman - 700 BC to 409 AD)

Description

Excavation carried out by Oxford Archaeology of 'Site 16' in advance of construction of the Eton Rowing Lake found 2 burials of babies in the northern enclosure (B10).

Sources (12)

  • ---SBC17588 Aerial Photograph: 23/06/75. CCS 74/5.26. SU\927779.
  • ---SBC17946 Aerial Photograph: 17/06/57. CUC VF 65. \. Yes.
  • ---SBC17947 Aerial Photograph: 17/06/57. CUC VF 66. \. Yes.
  • ---SBC17989 Aerial Photograph: 19/06/59. CUC YO 31. \. Yes.
  • ---SBC18347 Aerial Photograph: 24/07/75. NMR 9278/4/76. SU\927782. Yes. Yes.
  • ---SBC18348 Aerial Photograph: 24/07/75. NMR 9278/4/77. SU\926782. Yes. Yes.
  • ---SBC18349 Aerial Photograph: 24/07/75. NMR 9278/5/81. SU\923786. Yes. Yes.
  • ---SBC18350 Aerial Photograph: 24/07/75. NMR 9278/5/82. SU\927779. Yes. Yes.
  • ---SBC18351 Aerial Photograph: 17/07/76. NMR 9278/6/77. SU\927777. Yes. Yes.
  • ---SBC18352 Aerial Photograph: 17/07/76. NMR 9278/6/78. SU\927778. Yes. Yes.
  • ---SBC18353 Aerial Photograph: 17/07/76. NMR 9278/7/79. SU\927781. Yes. Yes.
  • <10>SBC19846 Article in serial: CBA South Midlands Group. 1998. South Midlands Archaeology 28, 1998. 28. pp77.

Location

Grid reference Centred SU 92751 77878 (47m by 2m)
Civil Parish DORNEY, South Bucks, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

Related Events/Activities (4)

  • Event - Survey: (EBC11890)
  • Event - Survey: Aerial photography (EBC119)
  • Event - Intervention: Eton College Rowing Course Project (EBC16357)
  • Event - Survey: Fieldwalking and auguring undertaken across Roman site under Eton Rowing Lake (EBC16353)

Record last edited

Apr 30 2007 10:49AM

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