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  • Burial. Cut, Skeleton, Fill.
  • 1037 1039


  • Context: PCO06_1037
    • Grave cut
  • Context: PCO06_1038
    • Grave fill of 1037
  • Context: PCO06_1039
    • Skeleton in [1037].

Subgroup Narrative Text

    • Cuts [1056] and [1078] were both dug into (1038), the fill of grave cut [1037]. This heavy truncation has been seen as explaining why there maybe appears to be grave goods (such as shale beads) despite the fact it does not appear to be a grave. This grave cut contained interred skeleton 1039, that was quite heavily eroded and only elements of the upper body survived. Grave cut [1037] was dug into the natural gravels, and was the earliest feature in its relative stratigraphic sequence.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 6-12-2010

Dating Narrative

    • A total of four pot sherds were recovered from (1038), and all were dated to 200-275AD. No other dating material was recovered from this feature.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 6-12-2010

Sub Group Matrix

Subgroup Plan


  • Strat. Group: PCO06_313
    • Cluster of Roman burial features