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Short Description:
Rubble filled gully running NW-SE
Issued to
David Wallace | 24/08/2022


    • Shallow gully running SE-NW in western side of trench which intersects with large boundary ditch on its south edge. Fill was full of medium and large pieces of chalk rubble, most of which is quite flat. Possibility it was a stone-lined gully to aid water run off into ditch.
      • Jodie Hannis
    • 3-9-2022

Sketch Photo

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Stratigraphic Matrix


  • Moderately compact
  • Mid orangey brown
  • Silty clay
  • Frequent chunks of rubble, assortment of sizes e.g. 0.20x0.15x0.08cm
  • In excavated slot: L: 1m+ W: 0.55m D: 0.15m
  • Hand ex trowels and Mattocks in very warm and dry




  • Feature: ELM_474
    • Gully which meets boundary ditch in SW corner of TR4


Record Details

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  • David Wallace 24-8-2022
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