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Contexts at Sudeley Castle

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Short Description:
Small area outside Richard III banqueting hall against the walls of the ruin, between the South Hall and the Octagon Tower. Found when planting the Rosemary bushes in February 2018 - the deepest finds (glass) found at 18 inches deep
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DigVentures | 31/05/2019
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Interpretation

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Sketch Photo

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Stratigraphic Matrix

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Description

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  • up to 18 inches deep
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  • Excavated by gardener to plant Rosemary bushes

Finds

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Feature

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Objects

  • Find: SUD_20
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    • Cattle rib with two diagonal butcher marks, proximal. Probably part of steak
    • Bone
  • Find: SUD_21
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    • Glazed tile with slip on side. Possibly the same as in Winchcombe Abbey and exhibited in one of Emma Dents exhibition cases in the castle
    • Ceramic
  • Find: SUD_22
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    • Painted rim sherd
    • Ceramic
  • Find: SUD_23
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    • Glazed tile
    • Ceramic
  • Find: SUD_24
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    • Two pieces of leaded glass, possibly original window glass from Richard III banketing hall
    • Glass

Record Details

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