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Short Description:
Deposit - Floor surface
Issued to
Hugh Fiske | 12/07/2013
614

Interpretation

    • Floor surface into which other features have been cut. Medieval pottery found in top of deposit when cleaning. - Kerrie Hoffman
      • Kezia Evans
    • 12-7-2013
    • Further 2cm removed from surface for finds recovery. Nothing significant found.
      • Hugh Fiske
    • 14-7-2013
    • This is likely to be the original natural surface, levelled in advance of constructing the main circular feature identified in the trench.
      • Brendon Wilkins
    • 29-8-2014

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Description

  • Compacted
  • Light yellow-brown
  • Sandy clay
  • Occasional small sub-rounded pebbles, occasional medium flint stones 1 body sherd recovered.
  • width: 1.00+ length: 3.00+ depth: 0.14
  • One piece of early medieval sandy ware was found in this context (P300) - dating to 12th - 14th century
  • Mattock

Finds

FindtypeQuantity (No. fragments)Weight (g)Notes
Pot 1 5 12thC P300
Flint 4 2 flakes and 2 broken flakes

Feature

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

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