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Short Description:
Chamber B in Victoria Cave
Issued to
Nigel Steel | 03/01/2017
395

Interpretation

    • Chamber B in the recording of the excavations 1870-78. Discovered by Joseph Jackson in c. 1837 by removing a number of rocks in a stone wall built into the left side of Chamber A. Contained many Romano-British artefacts (see virtual museum).
      • Nigel Steel
    • 3-1-2017

Sketch Photo

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Stratigraphic Matrix

Description

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Finds

FindtypeQuantity (No. fragments)Weight (g)Notes
Animal Bone delete
Copper Alloy Object delete
Ferrous Object 5 50 delete
Pot 1 16 delete

Feature

  • Feature: UTU_305
    • A narrow passage providing limited access to Chamber B from outside.
  • Feature: UTU_306
    • Substantial deposit of cave earth in Chamber B
  • Feature: UTU_307
    • Trench connecting Chamber A with Chamber B
  • Feature: UTU_311
    • Passage connecting Chambers A and B

Site Photos

  • Photo: UTU_2
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    • Excavation of Victoria cave 1970's photograph by Steve Dickinson
  • Photo: UTU_4
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    • Excavation of Victoria cave 1970's photograph by Steve Dickinson
  • Photo: UTU_5
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    • Excavation of Victoria cave 1970's photograph by Steve Dickinson Showing trench in location UtU316

Plan

  • Plan: UTU_5
    • Profile plan including position of features in Victoria Cave (Drawn by Quartermaine 1995)
    • Nigel Steel
    • 20-12-2016

Record Details

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  • Nigel Steel 3-1-2017
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