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Short Description:
Post demolition silty layer
Issued to
Indie Jago | 11/10/2019
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Interpretation

    • A layer formed 1650's to c. 1750's - prior to liquorice.
      • Indie Jago
    • 14-10-2019

Sketch Photo

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Stratigraphic Matrix

Description

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  • Mid brown
  • Sandy loam
  • Fragments of sandstone, charcoal and some limestone fragments
  • Length - 2.45m Width - 2.20m Thickness - 0.50m +
  • Fill of outer chamber 4908 - bottom extensions oval walls to the ENE and much of that side of the trench
  • Hand excavation - previous work

Finds

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Feature

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Site Photos

  • Photo: PON_190009
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    • Site on the Friday 1st Nov. DigCamp are excavating victorian landscaping near the drum tower and volunteers are sieving material from drawbridge pit.
  • Photo: PON_190015
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    • Jodie with DigCamp, excavating Victorian landscaping near drum tower
  • Photo: PON_193802
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    • Pre ex photo of trench. 1m scales. Facing NW. 3801-3803.
  • Photo: PON_193808
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    • pre ex photo of draw bridge pit F101. 2m scale. Facing NW. 3808-3810.
  • Photo: PON_193816
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    • Pre-excavation photo of masonry filling corner of drawbridge pit, looking west, 1m scale
  • Photo: PON_193817
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    • Pre-excavation photo of masonry filling corner of drawbridge pit, looking west, 1m scale

Objects

  • Find: PON_7
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    • Musket ball
    • Lead
  • Find: PON_20
    • Musket Ball
  • Find: PON_23
    • 3 musket balls, 2 round 1 flattened
    • Lead
  • Find: PON_24
    • 1 flattened musket ball
    • Lead

Record Details

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  • Indie Jago 11-10-2019
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