|Legacy Database LocusID||1144|
|Legacy Database TBTID||391|
|Description||Locus 4 was an extension to the south of CA79's initial boundaries. It was extended in order to explore the extent of the linear rock feature running north-south in CA79, as well as to explore a stone packing that had become apparent in CA76 which is immediately to the west in CA79. Locus 4 is the topsoil of the extension. It extends throughout the area. It consists of a very dark brown soil, with a large amount of humus and organic material. Some larger roots are present from the stump present in the north-east and south-east corners and the smaller stumps in southern meter of the trench. Some small (ca. 5cm) and medium (ca. 10-15cm) stones were included throughout the trench. Locus 4 rests on a lighter brown soil. Less than 10 sherds of pottery and about 1/3 bowl of tile were in Locus 4, along with one piece of bone. Some slag pieces were also present.|
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