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Short Description:
Deposit - earthwork
Issued to
Ben Bazeley | 06/07/2013
508

Interpretation

    • Mid dark brown clay, with chalk flecks, CBM dated to the 18th – 19th centuries and pottery, observed in Slot 2 immediately below (1003), and approximately 0.09 thick. Deposit contained flint, chert and pottery (fitting with sherd from abutting context 1021), pan tile and daub fragments.
      • Kezia Evans
    • 5-12-2014

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Description

  • Very loose
  • Mid-dark brown
  • Clay
  • Frequen chalk flecks, occasional brick flecks, infrequent flint, rare snails,r are oyster shells, rare daub, rare pottery
  • Width: 3.50 Length: 3.90+ Depth: 0.09
  • Was discovered in a slot cut. One relatively large piece of slightly abraded Romano British Greyware was found in this context.
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Finds

FindtypeQuantity (No. fragments)Weight (g)Notes
Animal Bone
Pot 1 35 Romano British
Flint 4 3 flakes and 1 broken bladelet, the latter is corticated and exhibits platform edge abrasion, a punctiform butt and dorsal blade scars & SS9. 1 flake

Feature

  • Feature: LA_108
    • Bank feature

Samples

  • Sample: LA_9
    • Ben Bazeley
    • 6-7-2013

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