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Short Description:
Clay cap
Issued to
Marzena Zalewski | 28/05/2019
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Interpretation

    • A period of abandonment of the building is indicated by two rubble layers located at the east of the trench that are indicative of collapse (F709) (7026), (7018) at either side of the wall to the west (F703) composed of frequent medium sub-angular stones some sculptured pressed into the clay (F707)(7017), (7012). This suggests that the rubble collapsed from above and wedged into the clay at either side of the wall.
      • Stuart Noon
    • 28-6-2019
    • Clay cap
      • Marzena Zalewski
    • 13-6-2019

Sketch Photo

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Description

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  • Mid brown
  • Clay
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  • Length:2.90m Width: 3.00m
  • Cut of stone drain appears to be cut into a layer of rubble and clay underlying the drain
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Feature

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Plan

  • Plan: sud_7
    • Plan of trench 7 and strat not to scale
    • Stuart Noon
    • 24-7-2019

Record Details

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  • Marzena Zalewski 28-5-2019
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