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Contexts at Under the Uplands

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Short Description:
Stone filled layer adjacent to southern wall.
Issued to
Claire Asplin | 19/08/2016
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Interpretation

    • Limestone scree deposited by natural processes such as soliflution or by anthropogenic influence as a levelling deposit.
      • Nigel Steel
    • 17-10-2016

Sketch Photo

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Stratigraphic Matrix

Description

  • Soft
  • Mid orangeybrown
  • Fine clay silt
  • Frequent angular pebbles, cobbles and boulders
  • Length - 1.5m Width - 2m Depth - 0.20m
  • Deposit was revealed immediately below (2001), and found to be abutting enclosure wall (2004), and overlying the nstural limestone pavement.
  • Very poor - constant rain and low visibility.

Finds

FindtypeQuantity (No. fragments)Weight (g)Notes
Stone 1 2 delete

Feature

  • Feature: UTU_202
    • Wall farthest from the cave

Site Photos

  • Photo: UTU_165908
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    • Trench 2 Post-excavation
  • Photo: UTU_165911
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    • Trench 2 Post-excavation
  • Photo: UTU_165916
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    • Trench 2 Post-excavation
  • Photo: UTU_165917
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    • Trench 2 Post-excavation
  • Photo: UTU_165919
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    • Trench 2 Post-excavation
  • Photo: UTU_165922
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    • Trench 2 Post-excavation
  • Photo: UTU_165934
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    • Trench 2 Post-excavation

Samples

  • Sample: UTU_4
    • Johanna Ungemach
    • 20-8-2016

Record Details

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