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Artefact Glass fragment

Brown glass bottle base and four additional fragments (5 sherds). Very thick glass (0.8cm thick). Deeply indented, domed …

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Artefact Barbed wire

Barbed wire. It has a double strand helix and four-pronged barbs (British type) with ferrous oxidation. There is a small …

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Artefact Ceramic sherd

Two sherds from large cream and white stoneware jar. Different to SRD jars. Includes a section of neck and rim. Located close …

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Artefact Metal container

Two small metal food can fragments. Irregularly shaped. 1) 5.5 x 3.3 cm. 2) l. 3.9 cm, w. 3.3 cm. Photo is a grab from …

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Artefact Tile

Terracotta tile fragment. Part of a scatter of surface finds on modern dirt track/road from Lone Pine cemetery down to the …

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Artefact Metal fragment

A flat metal band with ferrous oxidation and has 3 circular holes and partial fourth hole. In good condition. Found downslope …

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Artefact Ceramic sherd

Terracotta coloured ceramic sherd. Pale orange colour. Horizontal incised mark evident. Possibly Roman period. Fine fabric …

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Artefact Ceramic sherd

SRD jar shoulder sherd with buff-coloured fabric. It is of smaller diameter than most SRD jars. There is a mid-brown glaze …

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Artefact Ordnance

Shrapnel, large piece, heavy, thick, ferrous oxidation. Surface find beside trench F540, on the northern scarp. Shell fragment.

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Artefact Ceramic sherd

Ceramic sherd, reddish combed-ware; and terracotta fragments. Body sherd. Striations. Decorative comb effect. Mica in clay. Weight …

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