A small rectangular area of cobbling, AJR, [Photo 0082] was laid under what was to become Structure 7. It may have been a path.
To the south of the site, cobbled surfaces JBC, JBB and JBE probably belong to this phase; JBC and JBB appeared to overlie the southern wall of the South Range, which must have been demolished or ruinous by that time.
AAL, AAM, ABB-ABF [Photo 0241] were shallow linear features filled with loose loam. They ran roughly parallel to each other and had rounded ends. AAK was a thin linear cut feature. It is most likely that these are animal burrows, as they were filled with very loose loam.
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