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ABCD: 1352

Brampton 73-4 Aylsham/Hoveton

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Site details:
Location: Brampton 73-4, Aylsham/Hoveton, 1977, Norfolk, England TG216233
Period: Roman late 1st-late 4th AD
Category: industrial suburb + ?
Notes: -
Topography: lowland low glacial ridge
Condition: dry
Report type: cereal grain

Jones A. 1977. Botanical evidence. 90-2. In: Green C. Excavations in the Roman Kiln Field at Brampton 73-4. East Anglian Archaeol. 5. England, Norfolk

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AKJ - Jones A K G: Norfolk AU and EAU, York

Sample: 1352a

Taxa name Part Preservation Problem code Quantity Abundance
Betula sp. cwd c Q + 1
Corylus avellana cwd c Q + 1
Populus/Salix sp. cwd c Q + 1
Quercus sp. cwd c Q + 1

Sample: 1352b
Period Context Type Sediment Period Earliest date Latest date
RO.LR 95 & 106 P pit fills dark grey brown soil Roman 275 400

Context integrity: 1
Context preservation: bu
Dating method: art
Dating validity: 1
Environmental interpretion: -
Archaeological interpretion: use of pit - rubbish disposal

Taxa name Part Preservation Problem code Quantity Abundance
Chenopodium album pro w C + 1
Corylus avellana pro c Q + 1
Fumaria sp. pro w C + 1
Hordeum vulgare pro c Q! + 1
Polygonum aviculare pro w C + 1
Sambucus nigra pro w C + 1
Triticum spelta pro c Q + 1

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