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Basic Information

  • Cut and fill of pit
  • 752 754


  • Context: PCO06_743
    • Mid-brown clayish fill, truncated by 733
  • Context: PCO06_752
    • Cut for pit
  • Context: PCO06_753
    • Fill of possible pit 754 (or same as 743)
  • Context: PCO06_754
    • Cut for possible pit (or same as 752)

Subgroup Narrative Text

    • Contexts (743) and (753) were the same deposit, lying in cuts [752] and [754] respectivley, and these being the same cut; the feature had been heavily truncated by a modern drain. The two fills are very similar in composition, colour and compaction, and were clearly the same feature.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 7-7-2011

Dating Narrative

    • The four pieces of pottery recovered from (743) were dated to 250-400AD, and the one sherd of pot from (753) was dated to 70-160AD. This is clearly a difference in dates of at least 90 years, however given that these fills are the same from the same feature separate by truncation, the earlier dated piece is seen as residual.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 7-7-2011

Subgroup Plan


  • Strat. Group: PCO06_6
    • Sequence of intercutting pits