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Short Description:
Red brick, mortared wall
Issued to
Rosanna Ring | 23/07/2015
962

Interpretation

    • Possibly late Tudor, could be related to the Tudor gatehouse structure in the inner precinct
      • Rosanna Ring
    • 23-7-2015
    • The wall was truncated (by 20007) approximately 0.1m away from the West trench section, likely as a consequence of hedge/fence construction visible on Victorian photographs. The wall was abutted by a floor surface (20006).
      • Xose Gago
    • 26-7-2015

Sketch Photo

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Stratigraphic Matrix

Description

  • Handmade red brick Mortar
  • 220mm x 110mm x 50mm
  • rough
  • top course = Flemish cross, courses below English Garden Wall
  • wall
  • on bed
  • light yellowish brown shell and sand 6mm between courses 270mm for four courses
  • Length - 0.90m Width - 0.40m Depth - 0.35m
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Finds

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Feature

  • Feature: LA_2001
    • Masonry foundation wall

Site Photos

  • Photo: LA_150593
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    • Trench 20 - Mid-Excavation: red brick mortared wall
  • Photo: LA_150595
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    • Trench 20 - Mid-Excavation: red brick mortared wall
  • Photo: LA_151305
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    • Trench 20 - Post-Excavation
  • Photo: LA_151306
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    • Trench 20 - Post-Excavation
  • Photo: LA_151309
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    • Trench 20 - Post-Excavation
  • Photo: LA_151310
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    • Trench 20 - Post-Excavation
  • Photo: LA_151380
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    • Trench 20 - Post-Excavation: brick bonding in wall
  • Photo: LA_151381
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    • Trench 20 - Post-Excavation: brick bonding in wall
  • Photo: LA_151382
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    • Trench 20 - Post-Excavation: brick bonding in wall

Plan

  • Plan: LA_27
    • Post ex plan of wall
    • Nigel Steel
    • 28-7-2015

Record Details

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