The rest of the trench was picked as was the northern meter again. Soil remains medium-dark and flaky in texture. An abundance of small stone (5-10cm in size) are present throughout the trench. Some charcoal present in the northern meter.
16 sherds of pottery
1 bowl of terracotta
Half bowl baulk wall terracotta trim
2 \xbd bowls of terracotta
56 sherds of pottery
1. 116cm B.D. = 24.98m A.E.
2. 123cm B.D. = 24.91m A.E.
3. 130cm B.D. = 24.84m A.E.
4. 126cm B.D. = 24.88m A.E.
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