|Description||Locus 4 comprises a hard-packed yellow soil and decaying stone. It was partially excavated and no materials were recovered from within it. It appears to be a natural surface. It slopes downwards from the west to the south-east and may be the natural topography of the hill. Locus 4 was a depression within it that seems likely to have been a continuation of Locus 3.|
|Locus Type Note||Possible natural surface|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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