Source/Archive record (Published document) SNT363 - TTS

Title TTS
Date/Year 1949
NCC Biblio ID 527


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Referenced Monuments (24)

  • A Civil War fort, still visible in 1820, was built by Royalists to command Trent Bridge. Its site i (Element)
  • A second less important fort (than 05229), built by Parliamentarians after capturing the first fort, (Element)
  • Building, Harworth (Element)
  • Bunny School House (Building)
  • Harworth School, Harworth (Monument)
  • HOOPER'S SCONCE (Element)
  • Human burials, Blyth (Element)
  • Iron Age linch pin, Mansfield Woodhouse Roman Villa (Element)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse pre-villa Ro settlement - Area B (Element)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse pre-villa Ro Settlement - Enclosure ditch (Element)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse pre-villa Ro settlement, Area A (Element)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse pre-villa Roman Settlement (Monument)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse Roman Settlement - Flint scrapers (Element)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse Roman Villa - "Basilica" building (Element)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse Roman Villa - Building to NW of villa (Element)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse Roman Villa - Cemetery (Monument)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse Roman Villa - Corridor Building (Element)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse Roman villa - inhumations (Element)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse Roman Villa - Possible Building SE of villa (Element)
  • Mansfield Woodhouse Roman Villa (Monument)
  • School (St John's), Blyth (Building)
  • Strelley House (Building)
  • The Old School House; Haughton Grammar School (Building)

Referenced Events (4)

  • Excavation near the old school, Blyth
  • Excavation of villa at Mansfield Woodhouse by Oswald
  • Excavation South of Mansfield Woodhouse Villa
  • Trial Trenching to South of Mansfield Woodhouse Roman Villa

Record last edited

Apr 29 2015 11:38AM

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