Find Spot record MCC5167 - Medieval pottery, Frog Hall Farm, Fingringhoe


15 sherds of medieval pottery, all unstratified, were recovered during a small excavation by Colchester Excavation Committee in 1975-76. See MCC5164 for main record.


Grid reference TM 0347 1964 (point)
Map sheet TM01NW


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15 sherds of Medieval pottery, all located in the ploughsoil/subsoil (L1 and L2), were recovered from a small excavation at Frog Hall Farm in 1975-76. These comprised 12 sherds dated from the 11th to 14th centuries AD and and three sherds from the 13th to 16th centuries. These were thought to have been deposited by manuring in the fields.<1><2>

Sources/Archives (2)

  • <1> EXCAV REPORT: Brooks, H (CAT). 2001. A Bronze Age occupation site at Frog Hall Farm, Fingringhoe, Essex: 1975-76 excavations..
  • <2> Article in serial: Brooks, Howard. 2002. A Bronze Age and Saxon occupation site at Frog Hall Farm, Fingringhoe.. Essex Archaeology and History 33, 54-62.

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May 14 2020 7:42AM

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