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Short Description:
Stone and mortar Wall
Issued to
Roger Southgate | 23/07/2015
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Interpretation

    • Wall of building found in 1985 excavation. Probably part of the post-medieval phase of the building.
      • Matthew Juddery
    • 26-7-2015

Sketch Photo

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Stratigraphic Matrix

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Description

  • Stone, flint and chalk
  • Variable - Largest 0.33m x 0.18m. Rounded Cobbles = 0.10m x 60mm
  • Not finished.
  • Unknown - not excavated. Appears to be irregular.
  • Wall
  • North / South Facing
  • Mortar = light grey yellow, medium sand with frequent small chalk inclusions and sub-angular pebbles. Friable.
  • Length - 6.02m Width - 4.53m
  • Heavily ploughed. Appears to be the same mortar as [19015].

Finds

FindtypeQuantity (No. fragments)Weight (g)Notes
Pot 1 7 Raeren/Aachen Stoneware (P405) - late 15th - mid 16th C.

Feature

  • Feature: LA_1902
    • Wall of building

Site Photos

  • Photo: LA_150453
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    • Trench 19 - Mid-Excavation: tiles and possible wall
  • Photo: LA_150454
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    • Trench 19 - Mid-Excavation: tiles and possible wall
  • Photo: LA_150617
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    • Trench 19 - Mid-Excavation: after heavy rain
  • Photo: LA_150619
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    • Trench 19 - Mid-Excavation: after heavy rain
  • Photo: LA_150855
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    • Trench 19 - Mid-Excavation: possible wall foundation

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