Extensive field surveys were conducted by the group in 2006 as part of the LHI funded project Tyncnell to Tintinhull evolution of a village. This work with data from recent aerial photos, archived RAF photos together with the 1786 Napper map has allowed us to "map" the general distribution and direction of nearly all the ancient East and West open fields' structure.
Field walking was also undertaken to map out the site of a Roman settlement, survey a shrunken village portion of Tintinhull, map a Romano-British field and a major portion of the West field. This latter has revealed the outline of different phases of farming covering ca. 800 years. Extracts from the reports are posted here . This page also links to extracts from other archeological and geophysics reports completed since 2006. The full reports are available on request.
Hoopers Orchard area 3 (Adjacent to Tintinhull House = possible shrunken village site)
Romano-British field area 5 - (called Shootland) page 1 of survey report
West field (area1) and shrunken village area 2 - page 2 of survey report
Romano British settlement pottery distribution area 4 (Yellow area field walking 2006)
An Archaeological Watching Brief (at 6) &
on land adjacent to
24 Church Street
Geophysics of part of West Field area 1 covering the spread bank and two ring ditches. See also LIDAR image below.
Geophysics of "Roman temple" field area 7. ( called North Causeway ) .See also LIDAR image below.
Map of ridge and furrow around central part of Tintinhull
Two areas near the village were suspected as having archeological features worth exploring viz. part of the West Field and the so called "Roman temple" field. This later because it was supposedly an ideal spot for such a temple. LIDAR tiles were purchased to examine the areas.