Tyne and Wear HER(308): Burradon rectilinear enclosure 2 - Details
Burradon rectilinear enclosure 2
A rectilinear ditched enclosure 61 metres long and 61 metres wide with slightly rounded corners and possible east facing entrance. Visible as a crop-mark on aerial photographs. It has been suggested as a Romano-British settlement.
<< HER 308 >> Aerial Photograph, N. McCord,1964, 4.ix.1964, G/034485/92 -Museum of Antiquities Aerial Photograph, N. McCord,1966, 20.vii.1966, A/044413/21, 25, 26 -Museum of Antiquities Aerial Photograph, N. McCord,1966, 3.ix.1966, A/045153/10, 11, 13 -Museum of Antiquities Ordnance Survey archaeological record cards, RWE, 1968, Crop-mark enclosure ? Romano British Settlement, NZ27SE6 G. Jobey, 1970, An Iron Age Settlement and Homestead at Burradon, Northumberland, Archaeologia Aeliana, 4, XLVIII, p. 51 R. Miket, 1984, The Prehistory of Tyne and Wear, p. 49 no. 2, p. 123 plate 5 N. McCord & G. Jobey, 1968, Notes on Air Reconnaissance in Northumberland and Durham, Archaeologia Aeliana, 4, XLVI, p. 61 S. Speak, 2003, Tyne and Wear Museums, Land at Burradon Road, North Tyneside, Archaeological Assessment