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These were eventually replaced by stone-founded buildings in the 13th to 15th centuries which also included a probable dovecote.Evidence of use in the early post-medieval period is rather slight but the site become incorporated within the Oak Farm complex in the 19th century.
The second excavation was undertaken at 2 Fern Lane, Fort End in 2013.
Occasional Paper 2: Medieval Boundaries and an early Post-medieval Manor House at Beeches Manor, Reading Road, Wokingham, Berkshire Excavations on the site of Beeches Manor revealed evidence for medieval, early post-medieval, and 19th–20th century occupation.
The medieval occupation is represented only by enclosure ditches and a pit, over a time span which the pottery chronology is unable to help refine between the 11th and 15th centuries.
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Occasional Paper 1: Medieval Occupation at RAF Quedgeley, Gloucestershire Occasional Paper 1 presents the results of archaeological excavations at the site of the former RAF Quedgeley, Gloucestershire.
Much more activity was recorded for early post-medieval times with various ditched boundaries and pits, and an area of industrial activity dating from the mid 16th to 17th century which comprised two lime kilns and a well and may relate to the production of mortar for construction of Ramslade House which formed the original Staff College.