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 3619

Context Number: 3619
Description: Silty levelling deposit
Notes:Levelling layer which slumps into an early well(?) at the SW end of House 1. The silty clay mix possibly indicates that this was a natural accumulation deposit between clay levelling layers (3631) and (3601) rather than a levelling layer itself. Strat below (3601). Butts wall 1150. Cut by Victorian trenches [1011] and [1014]. Intially seen and excavated within slot 34 in 2001. Completely removed in 2004.Plan no: 1.50, 1.52, 2.87, 2.88, 2.89Section no: 369, 374, 594     {}
Composition: Compact, medium-dark grey / brown clayey siltInclusions: 5-15% stones of all shapes ranging in size from 2mm to 6cm;  15% charcoal;  CBM and boneExtent: 10.15m x 2.76m;   Thickness: 0.01-0.15m {}
Small Finds: 31191  31193  31194  31198  31200  2389  2393  2786  3485  3495  3500  31195  31197 

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