Monument record 0090100004 - Church Farm House, Little Kimble


Remains of a possible floor and Roman pottery and whetstone found during watching brief

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded


Type and Period (1)

  • FLOOR? (Roman - 43 AD? to 409 AD?)


A layer of chalkey clay, 20cm thick and 2m wide with fragments of chalk and flecks of charcoal, possibly a floor or a redeposited dump of Roman building material, was recorded by David Radford of Bucks County Council in June 2003 during a site visit to monitor groundworks for new garage. Finds recovered from the trench by the landowner included one Samian sherd, a wet stone fragment, misc late med/ post med pot, animal bones, misc metalwork (nail, possible knife) and post-med/modern glass. The finds were mostly from the topsoil with included much recent redeposited material (20cm thick) (B1).

Sources (1)

  • <1>SBC20999 Unpublished document: David Radford (BCC). 2003. Great Kimble-Church Farm House: Observation of opened garage foundation trenches.


Grid reference SP 82645 06373 (point) (Exact)
Civil Parish GREAT AND LITTLE KIMBLE, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

Finds (2)

  • VESSEL (Roman - 43 AD to 409 AD)
  • WHETSTONE (Roman - 43 AD? to 409 AD?)

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

Related Events/Activities (1)

  • Event - Survey: Site visit during groundworks (EBC16435)

Record last edited

Jul 15 2004 9:23AM

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