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Features at Leiston Abbey

Basic Information

  • Plough furrows

Contexts

  • Context: LA_16003
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    • Cut of Plough furrow
    • Jules Hynam
    • 15-7-2015
  • Context: LA_16004
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    • Fill of Plough furrow
    • Jules Hynam
    • 15-7-2015
  • Context: LA_16005
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    • Cut of Plough furrow
    • Jules Hynam
    • 15-7-2015
  • Context: LA_16006
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    • Fill of Plough furrow
    • Jules Hynam
    • 15-7-2015
  • Context: LA_16007
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    • Cut of Plough furrow
    • Jules Hynam
    • 15-7-2015
  • Context: LA_16008
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    • Fill of Plough furrow
    • Jules Hynam
    • 15-7-2015

Narrative

    • Three plough furrow features were recorded, comprising cuts [16003, 16005 & 16007] and fills (16004, 16006 & 16008). These were defined by narrow linear cuts, 0.2m wide and 0.1m deep, with rounded bases and steep sides. Mixed finds were recovered from these furrows, including CBM, ferrous material, glass, and post-medieval pottery.
      • Ben Bazeley
    • 17-7-2015

Dating Narrative

    • No dating evidence, however these features were likely to have been cut in 2014 when this field was use to grow potatoes.
      • Ben Bazeley
    • 17-7-2015

Matrix

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