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 3313

Context Number: 3313
Description: Probable levelling deposit
Notes:Probably dumped in this area as a levelling deposit for the construction of the buildings in particular, House 1. Probably the same as other yellow clays within House 1 and (3374) or (3375) to the south of House 1. (3313) is the same as (3049), (3048) and (4111) further to the NE. Plan no: 2.21, 3.36, 3.37, 3.39, 3.45, 3.49, 3.97, 4.10, 4.43  {}
Composition: Yellow pliable silty clay which turns into mid yellowish grey when wet. Extent: up to 7m from House 1 wall 1151 northwards Measures between 5 and 25cm thick
Small Finds: 28131  28134  28137  28138  2378  2824  2995  3017  3018  28135  3363  3543  28132 

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