Monument record MYO5040 - Ridge and Furrow - Stockton on the Forest

Summary

A system of Medieval ridge and furrow cultivation was seen as cropmarks and earthworks on air photographs. The plough-levelled remains are spread throughout the parish but the few blocks of extant ridge and furrow are clustered around the modern village of Stockton-on-the Forest. Parent record for existing R&F entries.

Location

Grid reference Centred SE 6573 5782 (496m by 2552m)
Map sheet SE65NE
Civil Parish Osbaldwick, City of York, North Yorkshire
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire

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Type and Period (1)

Full Description

A system of Medieval ridge and furrow cultivation was seen as cropmarks and earthworks on air photographs. The plough-levelled remains are spread throughout the parish but the few blocks of extant ridge and furrow are clustered around the modern village of Stockton on the Forest. (1-3)

1 Vertical aerial photograph reference number NMR MAL/72066 185 17-JUL-1972
2 Vertical aerial photograph reference number RAF 58/5515 (F21) 0044 16-OCT-1962
3 Oblique aerial photograph reference number CRA AJC/088 18-20 20-DEC-1986

NMR related object: AF1165384 RCHME: Vale of York NMP, SE 65 NE Contents : 3 AP Transcriptions

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Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

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Record last edited

Jun 24 2020 10:36AM

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