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Contexts at Elmswell Farm

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Short Description:
Orangey clay layer spread across most of the central part of the trench. Cut into by robber trenches, overlaid by potential floor.
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Ben Swain | 29/08/2020
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Interpretation

    • The layer into which most features are cut in the central part of trench 4. This may represent a made ground or levelling deposit in the pre-construction phase of the building
      • Ben Swain
    • 29-9-2020

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Stratigraphic Matrix

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Description

  • Moderately compact
  • Mid orangey brown
  • Clay
  • 15-20% inclusions of small gravel pieces
  • Length - 7.50m Width - 3.80m Thickness - unexcavated
  • Unexcavated
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Finds

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Feature

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Objects

  • Find: ELM_105
    • Three bodysherd fragments of southern Spainish Roman amphora
    • Ceramic

Record Details

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  • Ben Swain 29-8-2020
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