Archaeological Investigations at The Emplins, Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire 1993
Archaeological investigations were carried out at ‘The Emplins’, Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire (TL 242 524) in advance of groundworks in the late fifteenth century north cross-wing. An eighteenth-century sunken diary was uncovered which occupied most of the area of investigation. In addition, a small area of undisturbed earlier contexts was observed. These yield no datable material but must predate the timber frames of both the hall and north ranges.