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Features at Leiston Abbey

Basic Information

  • Animal Burrows

Contexts

  • Context: LA_17002
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    • Cut of a natural feature
    • Andrew Bough
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17003
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    • Fill of a curving feature
    • Ryan Spurgeon
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17004
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    • Cut of a natural feature
    • Anna Van Nostrand
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17005
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    • Fill of a circular feature
    • Anna Van Nostrand
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17006
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    • Cut of a natural feature
    • Chris Brown
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17007
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    • Fill of a natural feature
    • Chris Brown
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17008
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    • Cut of a natural feature
    • Ben Swain
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17009
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    • Fill of a circular feature
    • Ben Swain
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17010
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    • Cut of a linear feature
    • Ben Swain
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17011
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    • Fill of a natural feature
    • Ben Swain
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17012
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    • Cut of natural feature
    • Ben Swain
    • 26-7-2015
  • Context: LA_17013
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    • Fill of circular feature
    • Ben Swain
    • 26-7-2015

Narrative

    • Series of six natural features, broadly characterised by diffuse edges, uneven sides and bases and mixed deposits, and interpreted as a rabbit burrow truncating the subsoil in a general archaeological area containing medieval pottery and CBM.
      • Brendon Wilkins
    • 15-10-2015

Dating Narrative

    • Awaiting specialist assessment of finds.
      • Brendon Wilkins
    • 15-10-2015

Matrix

Archaeology / In Your Hands
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