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Short Description:
Deposit - Mortared surface
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Ben Bazeley | 15/07/2013
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Interpretation

    • Mortared floor surface that runs fairly flat just above natural and probably supported building structure (7008)
      • Ben Bazeley
    • 15-7-2013
    • levelled surface, likely to be part of the original construction cut for the building. A diffuse boundary was observed with the underlying natural subsoil, suggesting a degree of trample. Deposit was observed in section and plan in the north-eastern part of the trench, and was presumed to extend across the entire trench.
      • Brendon Wilkins
    • 15-7-2013

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Description

  • Loose
  • Light yellow brown
  • Sandy clay
  • Lime mortar
  • width: 0.65+ length: 3.60+ depth: 0.08
  • Very patchy and broken in places A diffuse boundary was observed with the underlying natural subsoil, suggesting a degree of trample. Deposit was observed in section and plan in the north-eastern part of the trench, and was presumed to extend across the entire trench.
  • Very hot

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