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Record Details

HER Number:00304/01
Type of record:Monument
Name:Castle Hill Medieval Moated Site, Hampole

Summary

This may be a small motte and bailey castle, although it has been much damaged by cultivation.

Grid Reference:SE 511 104
Map Sheet:SE51SW
Parish:HAMPOLE, Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Map:Show location on GoogleMaps (to an accuracy of 100m only)

Monument Types:

  • MOAT (Medieval - 1066 AD to 1539 AD)
  • MOTTE? (Medieval - 1066 AD to 1539 AD)

Associated Finds:

  • None
  • Protected Status:

    • Scheduled Monument SM1175: Castle Hill

    Full Description

    <1> An extremely slight elongated mound much reduced and spread by cultivation. A superficial rise is apparent to the eastern end of its axis with a level area on the west. The profile is suggestive of a small motte and bailey but no definitive conclusions can be drawn from its current state (R Lewis - 11.9.1964).

    <2> Aerial photograph evidence shows a rectangular moat. Could this be a moated manor site rather than a motte? May be a small moat and bailey, much damaged by cultivation.

    Sources and further reading

    <1>SSY217 - Unpublished document: Various - Ordnance Survey. Various. OS Card.
    <2>SSY964 - Index: Ordnance Survey. See Card. Ordnance Survey Index Card.

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