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Short Description:
Fill with flecks of charocal
Issued to
Ed Caswell | 23/09/2016
1846

Interpretation

    • While certainly a different to the context below the mud brick surface. This deposit had much the same consistency of finds barring a more regular appeareance of charcoal flecks. No single deposit suggested this was an area of burning however the increasrd presence with diffuse bone might suggest that material taken to fill feature 28001 was taken from an area of burning.
      • Ed Caswell
    • 26-9-2016

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Stratigraphic Matrix

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Description

  • Medium
  • Reddish brown
  • Sandy silt
  • 10% made up of charcoal flecks, pebbles, occasional mud brick,
  • Length - 2.62m+ Width - 2m+ Depth - 0.3m
  • This layer was seen in section of Trench 28, Finds were recovered and recorded as part of context 2800x
  • Mattocking sunny

Finds

FindtypeQuantity (No. fragments)Weight (g)Notes
Animal Bone 0 0 Mistake, please delete!
Ceramic Building Material 0 0 Mistake, please delete!
Ferrous Object 0 0 Mistake, please delete!
Shell 0 0 Mistake, please delete!

Feature

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Plan

  • Plan: LA_42
    • Plan of trench 28 at end of excavation
    • Ed Caswell
    • 25-9-2016

Samples

  • Sample: LA_105
    • Ed Caswell
    • 25-9-2016

Record Details

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  • Ed Caswell 23-9-2016
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