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Basic Information

  • Long n-s linear
  • 547 572


  • Context: PCO06_547
    • Top fill of 548
  • Context: PCO06_548
    • Ephemeral linear feature
  • Context: PCO06_571
    • Fill of 572
  • Context: PCO06_572
    • 17th C. linear feature

Subgroup Narrative Text

    • The Post Medieval garden soils overlay a north to south boundary marker in the form of cut [548] filled by (547), which was the same as (571), the silty fill of [572], a continuation of the linear This feature is believed to correspond with a field boundary marker seen on the 1660's map of the site area. The feature had a north-south axis and was cut into the agricultural soils of the site are, and also truncated a number of other features, including Roman grave [765].
      • Chaz Morse
    • 11-7-2011

Dating Narrative

    • A total of 16 pot sherds were recovered from this feature, 14 of which were dated to 1480-1600AD, with the remaining two being dated to 1340-1350AD, these earlier pot sherds are seen as residual.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 11-7-2011

Subgroup Plan


  • Strat. Group: PCO06_66
    • Post Medieval linear feature