Knobbs Farm, Somersham, Cambridgeshire, Phase 5: An Archaeological Evaluation
Evaluation trenches at Knobbs Farm revealed evidence for the westward continuation of archaeological features excavated early in 2004. A possible late Iron Age/early Romano-British droveway was recorded that continued to the north as a cropmark. This appeared to be contemporary with formally laid out field boundary ditches that could be seen continuing west from those previously excavated. Further evidence of Roman burials was recorded. The recovery of one cremation provided dating evidence for this practice not established in the excavation.