The Silchester Project: Roman Town Insula IX The Development of an Urban Property c. AD 40-50 - c. AD 250

Amanda Clarke, Michael Fulford, Michael Rains, 2007

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Full Record for Context Number 1163

Context Number: 1163
Description: Section of wall adjoining (1162), in south-western end of House 1.
Notes:Robbed out interior wall. 1163 runs through rooms 5, 6 and 7. It is partially robbed in room 5. Same build as walls 2124, 2125 and 1162. Same phase as all the other walls in the SW House. Wider than the other partition walls suggesting that this may have been a load bearing wall. Strat below (2023) and (3678). Butts 1162, 1188, 1157. Completely removed in 2003. Section no: 514, 508, 596, 533
Composition: 2-3 courses of wall constructed from unworked flints measuring on average 0.1-0.15m Direction of faces: NE-SW Dimensions: 4.04m x 0.2m height x 0.5m wide
Fill of: 4364
Above: 3282
Below: 4565
Small Finds: 6632  3219  3220  3253  6631  6634  6638  720 

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