Romano-British Farmstead, 400m North-East of Sharpley


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Iron Age
Rectilinear Enclosure

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council (Unitary)

Northumberland County Council



Parliamentary Constituency


Grid Reference

SJ883883 (388251, 572592)

WGS84 Coordinates

55.0476, -2.1839

Nearest Postcode

NE46 4BT

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Rectilinear conjoined enclosures of probable Iron Age or Roman date were seen as earthworks and mapped from air photographs Two circular depressions (both with apparent entrances) may be the remains of hut circles. The interior has been severely mutilated by surface quarrying. Scheduled as a Romano-British enclosed settlement.

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