Aerial photographs: Maldegem Prinseveld

During rescue excavations at Maldegem Prinseveld in 2014, a late/post-Medieval rural site was discovered. The site features local clay extraction and brick production. Two brick clamps were excavated. The excavation surface and the mean features were 3D recorded.

Below; a selection of overview aerial photographs of some of the main archaeological features.

Ditch, with dark grey/black infillingMa.Prins.ClayExtr.

Overview image with the brick clampsMal.Prins.Overview

Brick clampMal.Prins.BrickClamp

Clay extraction pit (elongated, 40m long, dark infilling)Mal.Prins.Ditch

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