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Short Description:
Deposit - earthwork
Issued to
Anna Roik | 06/07/2013
516

Interpretation

    • Many small flints present as well as charcoal areas. Possible post hole in Grid C. Possible flint working area.
      • Anna Roik
    • 6-7-2013
    • Mid grey brown sandy clay with frequent flint pebble inclusions and occasional chalk. Deposit recorded between twin ditches [1006 & 1008] as an interleaving layer, probably comprising part of the adjacent bank.
      • Kezia Evans
    • 5-12-2014

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Description

  • hard
  • mid-grey brown
  • Sandy clay
  • Frequent flint, all sizes. Occasional small chalk, occasional small charcoal.
  • Width: 2.19 Length: 1.40 Depth: 0.19
  • Partially excavated in metre grid for enviro/finds sampling. 100% bulk see enviro samples
  • Trowel, mattock & hand shovel. Hot, sunny and dry

Finds

FindtypeQuantity (No. fragments)Weight (g)Notes
Flint

Feature

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Samples

  • Sample: LA_10
    • Anna Roik
    • 6-7-2013
  • Sample: LA_11
    • Anna Roik
    • 6-7-2013

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