|Legacy Database LocusID||1346|
|Legacy Database TBTID||422|
|Description||Locus 4 lies directly below Locus 2, abuts Locus 3. Locus 4 lies partially above Locus 5. The soil is similar to Locus 2, brown, dense, and clay-like, with the presence of shell fragments. Locus 4 is defined by a scatter of tiles across most of the locus. Patches of yellow and grey soil were present near the southeastern baulk wall. The soil in Locus 4 slopes southeast, suggesting the presence of a slope. 7 bowls of tile and over 100 pottery sherds were recovered from Locus 4, along with bone fragments, including a wild boar tooth. No modern materials were recovered from the locus and the ceramics present vary from coarseware, impasto, fineware, and black-slip, including diagnostic fragments. Most of the excavation of Locus 4 concentrated in a 2 x 3m sounding from the eastern baulk wall.|
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