|Type of record:||Monument|
|Name:||Earthwork mound of unknown date|
An earthwork mound of unknown date, probably a spoil heap from an extraction pit, which has also been interpreted as a garden feature and an icehouse.
Images - none
Artificial mound behind lodge of Appleton House.
Icehouse or landscape gardening?
C. H. Lewton-Braine in (S1) states that he was told that it was the 'grave of a Roman general' but that Dr C. E. Hubbard had said it was really a spoil heap from a carrstone pit.
Visited by E. Rose (NAU) with , 5 April 1984.
Grassed abruptly conical mound about 1.75m high, 10m width very approximately, part in wood part in lodge garden. Does not look at all like a barrow and no evidence of an icehouse; but no trace of any pit in area, nor is there any landscape garden reason in this position. Origin remains a mystery.
E. Rose (NAU) April 1984
- MOUND (Unknown date)
- GARDEN FEATURE (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)
- ICEHOUSE (Post Medieval - 1540 AD to 1900 AD)
Associated Finds - none
Protected Status - none
Sources and further reading
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|<S1>||Newspaper Article: 1978. Eastern Daily Press. 6 May. |
Related records - none