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 1757

Context Number: 1757
Description: Compacted gravel floor make-up. This overlies construction layer for later building.
Notes:2.02-2.04--North eastern part of 1757 has not been planned although edge may be shown on plan 2.07 and is digitised as this. If 1757 is still present then this edge should be checked in 2001. Noted on card as extending as far as 1818 so edge of 1818 followed[19/01/2001 RSHAFFREY]
Composition: Mid grey brown, griity and friable, slightly silty coarse sand with gravel and flint inclusions up to 5cm, 90-95%. Approximately 20 cm maximum thickness and 0.75m x 4.60m.
Above: 4015
Below: 4452
Small Finds: 1121  12571  12573  12574  12576  12577  12578  12580  12572 

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