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Interpretation

    • 4 pcs total weight 169g. #1 large piece of base and body, 120g, 71.1 x 97.1 x 26.4 mm. #2 small piece of base and body, 27g, 53.0 x 22.8 x 28.4 mm. #3 body sherd, 11g, 34.4 x 29.6 x 8.0 mm. #4 body sherd, 11g, 34.9 x 34.0 x 7.1mm.
      • Edwin Lambert
    • 28-8-2020
    • Handmade oxidized fragment flint tempered possible prehistoric pottery sherds. The sherd was stable and well fired and its fabric was mostly sand with crushed flint: 4 pcs total weight 169g. #1 large piece of base and body, 120g, 71.1 x 97.1 x 26.4 mm. #2 small piece of base and body, 27g, 53.0 x 22.8 x 28.4 mm. #3 body sherd, 11g, 34.4 x 29.6 x 8.0 mm. #4 body sherd, 11g, 34.9 x 34.0 x 7.1mm.
      • David Wallace
    • 18-12-2020

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  • Recommendation: Full retention of the assemblage for analysis in conjunction with the ceramics ’groups retrieved from previous fieldwork Interpretation of the surrounding early prehistoric occupation of the area based on the recovered artefacts. Illustration of diagnostic forms and decorated fragments.

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  • Context: ELM_4001
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    • Robert Hamer
    • 14-8-2018
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