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ANKERWYCKE PRIORY, WINDSOR AND MAIDENHEAD

1993 Evaluation ANKERWYCKE PRIORY

Auger survey & 5 hand-dug test pits identified deposits relating to relating to the post-Dissolution history of the site as well as 19th Century landscaping.

RCHME Microfilm Index PRN: 4247.
Archive Holder National Monuments Record Centre
Director of fieldwork J T Munby
Funding Body/Financier Berkshire County Council
Archive Holder Oxford Archaeological Unit
Director of fieldwork G D Keevill
Auspices Oxford Archaeological Unit

Publications :
Full report Oxford Archaeological Unit [archaeological excavation and assessment reports] Keevil G D/1994/Ankerwycke Priory, Wraysbury, Berkshire, TQ 004727: Archaeological Evaluation Report.

Note Post-medieval archaeology : the journal of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology 28/1994

1993 Evaluation ANKERWYCKE PRIORY, WRAYSBURY

Site code: AWP 93.
3 hand dug test pits.

RCHME Microfilm Index PRN: 4110.
Archive Holder National Monuments Record Centre
Funding Body/Financier Berkshire County Council
Auspices Thames Valley Archaeological Services
Finds Holder Reading Museum and Art Gallery
Director of fieldwork Steve Ford
Archive Holder Reading Museum and Art Gallery

Publications :
Full report Thames Valley Archaeological Services [evaluation reports] Ford S/1993/Ankerwycke Priory, Wraysbury, Berkshire. An Archaeological Evaluation for Berkshire County Council/TVAS Rep. 93/1.

1993-06-28 00:00:00 Measured Survey Field observation on TQ 07 SW 31

1994 Architectural Survey ANKERWYCKE PRIORY

Survey of an L-shaped section of wall representing the probable south range of the priory.
Archive Holder Museum of London Archaeology Service
Auspices Museum of London Archaeology Service
Funding Body/Financier English Heritage

Publications :
Full report Museum of London Archaeology Service [assessment & evaluation reports] Museum of London Anon/1994/Ankerwycke Priory, Wraysbury, Berkshire: archaeological building survey.

2007 Watching Brief BLACK WALNUT FIELD, ANKERWYCKE PRIORY

Site code: WRAYAR07. Monitoring of groundworks for stock-proof fencing recorded a palaeochannel containing fragments of prehistoric flint-tempered pottery adjacent to the River Thames. Information from OASIS Online Form.

NMR Microfilm Index; PRN: 12520.
Archive Holder National Monuments Record Centre
Auspices Oxford Archaeology (formerly OAU)
Funding Body/Financier Developer
Director of fieldwork M Sims
Finds Holder National Trust
Archive Holder National Trust

Publications :
Full report Oxford Archaeology [assessment & evaluation reports] Sims M/2007/Wraysbury Ankerwycke Railings, Berkshire: archaeological watching brief report.

2008 Geophysical Survey LAND AT ANKERWYKE PRIORY

Resistivity survey was caried out on the area immediately north and east of the priory remains.
Director of fieldwork S Burgess
Auspices National Trust
Archive Holder National Trust

Publications :
Full report National Trust Events 2008