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Short Description:
Cut of feature in drawbridge pit
Issued to
Nat Jackson | 21/10/2019
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Interpretation

    • Cut of pit dug into drawbridge pit. Probably Victorian, maybe associated with the building of a path and plinth (1005) and (1006)
      • Nat Jackson
    • 23-10-2019

Sketch Photo

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Stratigraphic Matrix

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Description

  • Rectangular
  • Rounded
  • Length - 1.25m + Width - 1m Depth - 1.20m
  • Sharp
  • E-W
  • Vertical
  • Sharp
  • Flat
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  • Truncates layers (1046) and (1055)
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Finds

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Feature

  • Feature: PON_102
    • Masonry block mortared within corner of drawbridge pit
  • Feature: Pon_112
    • Pit within Drawbridge pit

Site Photos

  • Photo: PON_193925
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    • E facing section through drawbridge pit after removing pit [1049], and layers (1043), (1044), (1045) and (1046) . 1 m scales. Looking W.
  • Photo: PON_193927
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    • N end of E facing section through drawbridge pit after removing pit [1049], and layer (1046) . 1 m scale. Looking W.
  • Photo: PON_193932
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    • Oblique photo of Victorian pit [1049]. 1m vertical scale. Facing NW.
  • Photo: PON_193934
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    • S facing of wall 1004. In cut of pit [1049]. 1m vertical scale. Looking N.
  • Photo: PON_193936
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    • Plan photo of pit [1049]. Start of Victorian robber trench in top left corner [1054]. Looking S. 1m scale.
  • Photo: PON_193952
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    • Photo of drawbridge pit F101. With robber trench [1054] and pit [1049] removed. S facing. 1m scales.

Record Details

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  • Nat Jackson 21-10-2019
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