Monument record MYO3528 - Field System Naburn

Summary

Mainly rectilinear ditched enclosures, which are probably part of an Iron Age/Roman field system, are visible as cropmarks on air photographs. Some of the ditches overlap, uggesting there is more than one phase. Some are also in the same alignment as those which lie to the east (recorded in SE 64 NW 27), but the relationship between the two sites is uncertain.

Location

Grid reference Centred SE 6023 4612 (293m by 287m)
Map sheet SE64NW
Civil Parish Naburn, City of York, North Yorkshire
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire

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NMR Information:

Mainly rectilinear ditched enclosures, which are probably part of an Iron Age/Roman field system, are visible as cropmarks on air photographs, centred at SE 6024 4611. Some of the ditches overlap, suggesting there is more than one phase. Some are also in the same alignment as those which lie to the east (recorded in SE 64 NW 27), but the relationship between the two sites is uncertain. (1)

1 Oblique aerial photograph reference number CRA (AJC 283/24) 19-JUN-1990

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Record last edited

Jul 26 2019 10:08AM

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