Ipswich UAD child record record IPS 1132 - Building 5004
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|Grid reference||Centred TM 1598 4485 (4m by 2m)|
|Civil Parish||IPSWICH, IPSWICH, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (2)
Aprobable sunken feature building (SFB), located close to the north-west corner of building G5003 and possibly associated with it. It is roughly rectangular with a rounded west end and steep, almost vertical sides which break to a flattish base, and measures 4.25m long, 1.85m wide and a maximum depth of 0.35m. Three small postholes are contained within the pit, two set opposite each other centrally along the north and south edges, with a third smaller stakehole adjacent to the southern posthole. It is filled by a fairly loose mid grey brown midgrey sandy silt with charcoal flecks, occasional small stones and animal bone fragments. Finds are predominantly Late Saxon but include a small quantity of pottery and CBM sherds of late medieval and post-medieval date and SF1116, a stone hone of Late Saxon or early medieval date. Evidence of hammerscale was recovered from soil samples. (S1).
- --- SSF53978 Unpublished document: Everett, L & Gardner, R. 2011. Archaeological Assessment Report, NCP Car Park, St George's St, Ipswich, IPS 502 and IAS 7017.
- None recorded
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Record last edited
May 5 2017 3:05PM