|Legacy Database LocusID||1426|
|Legacy Database TBTID||442|
|Description||Locus 4 is situated in the northern meter of VT11; it abuts the section wall to the north, at it’s opening Locus 3 to the south, and beneath this Locus 7 also. It lies below Locus 1. Locus 4 comprised a densely compacted chalk-like soil. It was yellow-grey in colour. It contained very few inclusions, save for some contaminated material from other loci. The soil appears to be a virgin soil known in the area and related to decomposing stone. For the purposes of VT11 Locus 4 is highly significant. It extends 1.5m from the northern section wall and then slopes steeply downwards south in what is nearly certainly a deliberate cut into the natural soil. This cut appears to continue across the entire east-west extent of the trench. This cut appears to be the northern side of a trench that was excavated in which the linear stone feature (Locus 6) was at some later moment constructed.|
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