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  • Cremation. Cut, Urn, Fill. Votive pot.
  • 1821


  • Context: PCO06_1820
    • Tile-topped cremation urn burial
  • Context: PCO06_1821
    • Cut of cremation (1820) pit
  • Context: PCO06_1822
    • Fill of burial (cut 1821)
  • Context: PCO06_1823
    • votive pot assoc. (1820)

Subgroup Narrative Text

    • Ditch cut [1350] was dug into (1822), a disturbed Roman cremation burial that was overlying (1820), a Roman urn in grave cut [1821], which was sealed by a tegular fragment. The urn and tile was block-lifted intact for analysis. This burial also held (1823), a votive pot, placed to the NW of tile cremation. E of tile cist 1805. Given the pot was high up in the fill, placement during burial probably took place when the grave was partially filled in (to the level of the cremation pot rim). Block lifted for analysis. This pit cuts burial pit of tile built cist 1807 and cuts fill of E-W linear/pit 1847. Notable is the fact that the cutting of cist burial 1806 by 1821 did not disturb the cist burial itself- this remained intact. [1821] was cut into (1807), the backfill of cremation burial cut [1806].
      • Chaz Morse
    • 21-12-2010

Dating Narrative

    • Pottery recovered from (1822) and (1823) was dated to 180-400AD.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 21-12-2010

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  • Strat. Group: PCO06_279
    • Two cremations