Context Cutting Description   Pics  (H/I)       Cat East North Max Width Max Length Depth/Height Layer Overlies/Seals Overlain/Sealed by Cuts Cut by Abuts/Contiguous Associated with Hand FS Typed FS Any FS H I PDF URL Hand drawing links   Ink drawing links  
F00550 A1 Small area of large flat stones, lying quite high compared to its surroundings, and overlying a massive upheaval in the area of the long EW fault. The flat stones appear to be bedrock. PDF         3                         1 1 1
F00551 A1 Posthole. PDF         1     22 cms diam   33 cms               1 1 1
F00552 A1, A2 Gully in south-west. Stones and chipples, overlying a layer of greyer chipples. Within this grey layer were some fairly isolated patches of red/burnt oolite, but no evidence of charcoal and no artefacts. Finds: One piece of bright pink burnt oolite PDF         5                         1 1 1
F00553 A1 Posthole. An area of upturned stones, on being sectioned disclosed a posthole, the upturned stones appearing to have been packing. One pot sherd found close to the surface of infill, and some charcoal, which was found all the way down layer (1), running out at bottom of layer (1). Finds: 1 pot sherd and some charcoal. PDF         1     40 cms   42 cms               1 1 1
F00554 A1 Area of burnt stones. In section nothing but tumble/upturned stones, not taking any shape; surrounding the larger stones were lots of burnt oolite chipples:  finds numbered 58. Underneath this lot were flat stones, apparently bedrock, burnt to a pink tinge. These flat stones ended at a fault in the strata, showing very solid vertical stones with a quite thick calcite coating. The burnt area had partially overlain this fault, which ran the entire length of the cutting. PDF         3                         1 1 1
F00555 A1 Posthole. This feature appeared on the surface as a slight depression. It was impossible to take out a proper section since the infill consisted of large stones and much earth, and so it was drawn as it was being dismantled. The upper level of infill showed lighter coloured soil than the lower. All stones were large, with a lot of packing stones in situ - more than can be shown in the section drawing. Finds were all from near the top (1), except for some pieces of charcoal which came from the extreme bottom (2).        PDF         1     68 cms diam   44 cms               1 1 1
F00556 A1 Posthole. As this posthole was not obvious from above, but showed only as a slight depression, it was sectioned off centre, and therefore its size is a little exaggerated in the drawing. Very close, to the east of this posthole is the natural fault which runs right through the cutting. PDF         1     84 cms   39 cms               1 1 1
F00557 A1 Posthole. Between this small post and F00558, which is another small posthole, and all around both, there is a large area of quite heavy disturbance. Hence we had to remove quite a lot of dislodged large stones before we could see the postholes. PDF         1     27 cms diam   28 cms               1 1 1
F00558 A1 Posthole. For description see F00557. PDF         1     19 cms diam   16 cms               1 1 1