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Contexts at Elmswell Farm

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Short Description:
Cut of wall foundation running N-S then turning E-W, in Eastern side of trench 4
Issued to
Rosie O'Toole | 20/08/2021

Interpretation

    • Construction cut of a likely roman stone built structure in the Eastern half of trench 4. Likely part of a large building exposed in the trench - possibly representing the Eastern Wall of the courtyard
      • Ben Swain
    • 22-8-2021

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Description

  • Linear, L-Shaped
  • Very sharp, right angled at the corner of the wall
  • Length - 1.90m within slot Width - 0.63m within slot Depth - 0.40m
  • Very sharp, near 90 degrees
  • N-S, then turning E-W
  • Extremely steep, near vertical
  • Very sharp, near 90 degrees
  • Flat
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  • This wall cuts ditch 4212
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  • Rosie O'Toole 20-8-2021
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