Figure 1: Site location plan
Figure 2: Excavation areas
Figure 3: Medieval building under excavation, looking north-east
Figure 4: Plan of Area 2 medieval building, use phase. The building was divided into three rooms, the central and western rooms defined by a beam slot and divided by the remains of a stone wall. The eastern room lacked surviving foundations.
Figure 5: Hearths 27091 and 27095
Figure 6: Oven 27101
Figure 7: Bronze Age palstave axe-head from layer 2010
Figure 8: Plan of Area 2 medieval building disuse phase
Figure 9: Medieval pottery from layer 27027 (a); globular jug (b) jar
Figure 10: Composition of charcoal remains from floor of medieval building (layer 27027)
Figure 11: Composition of charcoal from Sample Squares 6–9, 11-14 combined
Figure 12: Composition of plant remains from floor of medieval building
Figure 13: Distribution of selected metal items including Bronze Age palstave
Figure 14: Comparison of Island Farm with Building A1 Meldon, Okehampton Park (after Austin 1978, fig. 5)
Figure 15a: Composition of demesne crops for Otterton in 1324–25 / Figure 15b: Composition of crops from the chamber at Island Farm
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