Black Cat Island, Roxton, Bedfordshire: An Archaeological Evaluation
Archaeological evaluation on open fields along the River Great Ouse, in advance of permission for quarrying. 47 trenches machined totalling 2150m. Background prehistoric activity was identified, whereas the majority of the archaeology excavated dates to the Romano-British, revealing a small domestic occupation site. Small scale post medieval quarrying and furrows were also identified along with a modern pig burial.