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Features at Leiston Abbey

Basic Information

  • Post Hole

Contexts

  • Context: LA_14004
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    • Cut Possible post hole
    • Joan Sutherland
    • 22-7-2015
  • Context: LA_14005
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    • Fill of [14004]
    • Raksha Dave
    • 27-7-2015

Narrative

    • A posthole feature recorded in the eastern trench section, truncated by later wholesale removal of deposits down to foundation level (probably during the early 20th century ‘wall chasing’ excavations). What remained of the posthole cut (14004) could be observed in section, measuring 0.26m in width and 0.30m in depth. It was defined by a sub-rectangular cut filled by yellow brown sandy clay (14005) with a clay/mortar lens evident in the eastern section.
      • Nigel Steel
    • 15-9-2015

Dating Narrative

    • Excavated in sondage, the precise function of this feature and relationship to surrounding deposits was not clear, and no finds or other dating evidence was recovered.
      • Nigel Steel
    • 15-9-2015

Matrix

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