Romano-British

The remains of field boundaries and droveways have been dated by the pottery found in them to the second and third century AD, evidence that the landscape was farmed at this time.
 
Two second-century cremation graves were uncovered in the upper fill of the outer ditch of the Neolithic causewayed enclosure K1. Both graves had been badly damaged by ploughing, but one still contained three pots and the other, three pots and a glass bottle.

Tile with dog's pawprint from enclosure ditch in western part of the site