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Monument Number 965745

Hob Uid: 965745
Location :
Derbyshire
Derbyshire Dales
Baslow and Bubnell
Grid Ref : SK2498076690
Summary : Earthwork remains of two Medieval or later buildings within the field system of Stoke Flat. One is a rectangular building, it has internal measurements of 3.5m by 7m. Its layout is largely defined by low banks, and in part by ruinous walls of large unworked boulders. In places these walls have a central packing of small rounded stones. The line of the south wall extends west for some 14m indicating, perhaps, an associated yard area. The remains of a second building, are visible built into the north wall of an enclosed field in the south of the site. This building, possibly a former shepherd's hut, is defined by robber trenching as a square structure with sides roughly 6.5 m in length. A window, fireplace and evidence of mortar are all visible in the field wall incorporated into the hut. Scheduled.
More information : SK 2498 7669 (FCE) earthwork remains of a former building lie within
the field system of Stoke Flat. The rectangular building, probably
Medieval or later in date, has internal measurements of 3.5 m by 7 m.
Its layout is largely defined by low banks, and in part by ruinous
walls of large unworked boulders. In places these walls have a
central packing of small rounded stones. The line of the south wall
extends west for some 14 m indicating, perhaps, an associated yard
area.

The remains of a second building, probably of similar date, are
visible built into the north wall of an enclosed field in the south
of the surveyed site at SK 2509 7634 (FCE). This building, possibly
a former shepherd's hut, is defined by robber trenching as a square
structure with sides roughly 6.5 m in length. A window, fireplace
and evidence of mortar are all visible in the field wall incorporated
into the hut.

The above description is summarised from a detailed level 3 RCHME
1:1000 scale survey conducted in June 1987. The results of the survey
are in the NMR archive. (1)


Sources :
Source Number : 1
Source : Field Investigators Comments
Source details : Wayne Cocroft/25-JUN-1987/RCHME: Peak District Bronze Age Settlements and Field Systems
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Source Number : 2
Source : Scheduled Monument Notification
Source details : 23-Dec-98
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Monument Types:
Monument Period Name : Early Medieval, Medieval
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Monument Type : Building, Yard, Shepherds Hut
Evidence : Earthwork, Conjectural Evidence

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Related Records from other datasets:
External Cross Reference Source : Scheduled Monument Legacy (National No.)
External Cross Reference Number : 29804
External Cross Reference Notes :
External Cross Reference Source : National Monuments Record Number
External Cross Reference Number : SK 27 NW 129
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Related Warden Records :
Associated Monuments : 965794
Relationship type : General association

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