Hampshire Treasures

Volume 8 ( Test Valley North)

Page 105 - Kimpton

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
View
From grid reference given to Kimpton Village.     SU 286 462
1712 37
View
From pylon parallel to Pickford Hill on western parish boundary.     SU 257 466
1712 33
Wood and Copse
Kimpton Wood and Kimpton Copse forming extensive shelter belt.     SU 265 470
1712 32
Trees
Pickford Hill. Mixed hardwood clump.     SU 264 465
1712 31
Parkland
On southern approach to village. Many fine trees including chestnuts, oaks, sycamores, and limes. Important feature of picturesque village setting.     T.P.O. No. 537
SU 281 464
1712 27
Sarsen Stone No.41B
Down Lane/Oxdrove intersection.     SU 267 474
1712 58
Sarsen Stone No.41C
Kalis Corner. Close to parish boundary.     SU 289 481
1712 65
Sarsen Stone No. 41A
On road verge in the village.     SU 282 467
1712 67
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Stone Age
Finds
Kalis Corner. Several Peterborough bowls with human cremation, Sarsen stones, and palisade stake trench. Large pit, trefoil plan, probably flint mine. Ref: 1. Andover Archaeological Society, 1966-70. Ref: 2. P.P.S., 1981, pp.147-203.     SU 289 480
1712 68
Bronze Age
Urnfield
Kalis Corner. Large cremation cemetery, in use for 1500 years. Urns placed on flint platform. O.S.A. No. SU24 NE33. Ref: 1. Andover Archaeological Society, 1966-70. Ref: 2. P.P.S., pp.147-203.     SU 289 480
1712 44A
Urn
Containing human cremation, touching south wall of Roman building.     SU 284 474
1712 69
Barrow Cemetery
Nine round barrows with ring ditches, exposed during the drought of 1975, southern most ring excavated by Andover Archaeological Society in 1976.     SU 284 466
1712 46A
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