Skip to navigation Skip to main content

Contexts at Sudeley Castle

  • <<
  • SUD
  • [7014]
  • Cut
  • >>
Short Description:
Possible cut of Canon Lyson's 19th century excavation
Issued to
Brendon Wilkins | 31/05/2019
251

Interpretation

    • Cut of Emma Dents 1877 trench
      • DigVentures
    • 31-5-2019
    • The cut [7014] of the east to west trench was linear in plan with a very gradual break of slope at the top with gently sloping sides and a concave base measuring 6.30m long to the limits of excavation and 3.00m wide. It was filled with very fine sieved mid grey silty sand (7003). The cut of the north to south trench [7019] was also linear in plan with a very gradual break of slope top with gently sloping sides and a concave base 5.87m long and 3.00m wide. It was also filled with a very fine sieved mid grey silty sand (7027) representing the last event in the stratigraphic sequence.
      • Stuart Noon
    • 28-6-2019

Sketch Photo

  • file_image
  • file_image
  • file_image
  • file_image
  • file_image
  • file_image

Stratigraphic Matrix

Description

  • Linear in plan
  • N/A
  • Length 5.20m Width 3.00m Depth 0.20m
  • very gradual break of slope top
  • E-W
  • gently sloping sides
  •  
  • a concave base
  •  
  •  
  •  

Finds

  •  

Feature

  • Feature: SUD_704
    • Cut of east to west robber trench [7014] which was linear in plan with a very gradual break of slope at the top with gently sloping sides and a concave base measuring 6.30m long to the limits of excavation and 3.00m wide. It was filled with very fine sieved mid grey silty sand (7003).

Plan

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

Record Details

  • Not set
  • Brendon Wilkins 31-5-2019
  • - - - -
  • - -
Archaeology / In Your Hands
CLOSE