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Basic Information

  • Intercutting pits

Sub Groups

  • Sub Group: PCO06_336
    • Cut and fill of pit
  • Sub Group: PCO06_337
    • Cut of pit and three fills
  • Sub Group: PCO06_338
    • Cut and fill of pit

Group Description

    • From the evaluation, pit cuts [217] and [224] were noted as the same cut, and filled by (216), (223), and (226). These fills were seen as refuse deposits. Also form the evaluation, cut [236] and its fill (235) formed a pit that was relatively sterile, and is seen as a possible small gravel extraction pit. It was dug into (238) the latest fill of roughly rectangular cut [250], that also held primary fill (249). This is seen as a refuse pit. Cut [250] was dug into the natural gravels of the site area.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 26-10-2011

Dating Information

    • Ceramics recovered from these features have been dated to 70-160AD.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 26-10-2011