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Archaeological sites in south-west Northamptonshire.
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Archaeological Sites in South-west Northamptonshire Volume 4 of An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northampton, Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England) Author: Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England) Publisher: H.M.
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Winwick is first documented in Domesday Book of although there is a growing body of evidence in the form of archaeological finds and deposits to suggest that it was occupied before this date; archaeologcal excavation in indicates at least late Saxon origins (Leigh ).
The symmetrical south-west elevation has four bays and two wide triangular gables at attic level, lit by six-light ironstone mullion windows with a single transom.
There is a string course at first-floor level. The south-west elevation has, on the right side, the M-shaped gable ends of the double-pile. interventions and on land adjacent to the M1 motorway south-west of junction 18 (JSAC ; ).
Excavations at The Lodge also produced evidence for a single sunken-floored building, a nearby pit and an enclosure ditch of early medieval date (RPS ). Crick is mentioned in the Domesday Book and the Historic Environment Record identifies a.
Eight potential archaeological sites were identified along the route of the road corridor. The earliest potential archaeological site was a looking south-west (HER SP/) Fig 1: Route of the road corridor The village is first noted in when it was listed in Domesday Book as comprising two small manors, both held by the.
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Greatworth is a village in the civil parish of Greatworth and Halse about north-west of Brackley, South Northamptonshire, parish also includes the hamlet of Halse. In the settlement had a population of The Census recorded the parish population as History.
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