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Short Description:
Deposit
Issued to
Ben Bazeley | 12/07/2013
604

Interpretation

    • Fill of circular feature filled with large flint cobbles. Post med pot found within plus an embedded horseshoe. - Kerrie Hoffman
      • Kezia Evans
    • 12-7-2013
    • Mid yellow brown silty clay, 75% of which was formed by angular flint cobbles, set into a circular foundation trench for a later post-medieval agricultural building. No bonding was observed between the cobbles, though post-medieval pottery and fragments of slate were recovered from the surface of this deposit, a horseshoe and blue and white glaze pottery.
      • Kezia Evans
    • 5-12-2014

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Description

  • Moderate
  • Mid yellow-brown
  • Silty clay 75% formed by angular flint cobbles set into a circular foundation trench for a later post-medieval agricultural buildilng. No bonding observed between the cobbles.
  • Post medieval pottery, fragments of slate were recovered from the surface of the deposit, a horseshoe and blue and white glazed pottery.
  • width: 3.00 length: 0.60+ depth: 0.12+
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Finds

FindtypeQuantity (No. fragments)Weight (g)Notes
Pot
Metal

Feature

  • Feature: LA_501
    • Remains of post medieval agricultural building and yard

Record Details

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  • Ben Bazeley 12-7-2013
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