SK 132 755 : CHERRYSLACK, LYNCHETS Narrow lynchetted fields at Cherryslack. Possibly Roman in date. (1,2).
To the south is a well-defined rectangular platform, possibly the site of a building, with two barrow terraces above. To the north is an irregular-shaped yard or garden plot, with a small rectangular house-platform above cut into the slope, with a probable field bank. The features cannot be dated directly, although similar features elsewhere have been dated as Roman. (3).
Romano-British settlement located at SK 1315 7558. The visible components include building platforms, dispersed buildings, rectangular and possibly round buildings, stone banks and irregular enclosures. Romano-British field system identified at SK 1315 7550. The component includes lynchets, single orthostatic walls, terraces and rectilinear enclosures. (4).
Unpublished document: Bevan, B (PDNPA). 2000. Peak District Romano-British Rural Upland Settlement Survey, 1998-1000. 3 vols.. No. 23 and 23a, pp 13-16.
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Centred SK 131 755 (120m by 252m) (Approximate)
WHESTON, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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