Cuts  and  were both dug into (1038), the fill of grave cut . 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  was dug into the natural gravels, and was the earliest feature in its relative stratigraphic sequence.
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.