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Short Description:
Floor surface
Issued to
Raksha Dave | 25/09/2016
1911

Interpretation

    • Original floor surface of the abbey - patches of burining and charcoal that may be associated with oven/hearth structure [26018]. Lies directly on top of the the natural sand and gravels, the surface was left in situ and not excvated.
      • Raksha Dave
    • 26-9-2016

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Description

  • Soft and loose
  • Dark brown and black patches
  • sandy silt
  • Charcoal flecks and shell fragments
  • Length - 2.70m Width - 2.70m Depth - unknown not fully excavated
  • Not excavated - left in situ
  • Not excavated - trowel cleaned and left in situ

Finds

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

  • Feature: LA_2604
    • Floor surface and post pad construction of earliest phase of Abbey

Plan

  • Plan: LA_41
    • Post ex plan of trench 26
    • Thom Winterburn
    • 25-9-2016

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