Nether Haddon Medieval Settlement and Part of an Open Field System, Romano-British Field System and Lead Mining Remains, 600m South West of Haddon Hall
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Derbyshire County Council
Derbyshire Dales District Council
SE228228 (422825, 366059)
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Earthwork remains of Nether Haddon deserted medieval settlement and part of the associated open field system along with part of a Romano-British field system and post-medieval lead mining remains. The medieval settlement is first recorded in the Domesday Survey and survives as a series of hollow ways bordered by the earthwork remains of tofts and crofts. The associated open field system was first documented in the mid 12th century. It survives as areas of ridge and furrow and as strip lynchets. Traces of two small, partly enclosed areas defined by low earthen banks are interpreted as the remains of a Romano-British field system. Two areas of post medieval lead mining activity have also been identified. These survive as separate mine shafts and associated spoil heaps.
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