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Short Description:
Clayey layer with some gravelly stones
Issued to
Doug Hopper | 21/10/2021
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Interpretation

    • 19th century layer - potentially a Victorian path/ road
      • Stroma Henderson Reid
    • 24-10-2021

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Description

  • Compact
  • Mid greyish brown
  • Clayey silt
  • Disturbed by tree roots 20% sub angular stone( possibly limestone/ sandstone) 5% charcoal flecks and a larger chunk with a burnt stone
  • Length - 2m Width - 1.75
  • Clay layer on top of Victorian pathway/track 10005
  • Hand ex/ wet

Finds

FindtypeQuantity (No. fragments)Weight (g)Notes
Pot
Glass
Clay Tobacco Pipe
Animal Bone

Feature

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Objects

  • Find: SUD_57
    • Fe object - most likely a nail

Record Details

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  • Doug Hopper 21-10-2021
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