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 4174

Context Number: 4174
Description: Accumulation layer
Notes:Accumulation of possible road wash material overlying gravel slump (4150), but physically similar and physically over (4172). There is missing stratigraphy due to slumping and it is slightly dubious as to where (4174) and (4172) meet, thus as to what level gully [4221] is cut from. Strat below (4220) and (4223). Partially removed in 2003 - to be completed in 2004. Plan no: 20.92 Accuracy rating - 4 [ 01/01/2004]
Composition: Firm, mid-grey-brown silt Inclusions: 5-15% stones (S-R) (2-6mm); 15% grit (2-6mm) Extent: 3m x 1m; Thickness: 0.02m Clear edge definition [ 01/01/2004]
Small Finds: 36741  36745  36748 

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