|Context||Sample||Phase||Date||Context/Feature type||organic||inorganic||pollen/ spores||f. spores/hyphae||?phyt||Trichuris||Ascaris|
|269||269||1||13th C||Pit within church||10||90||-||-||f||-||-||-||-||-|
|314||314||2||13-15th C||Within stone feature EC||10||90||-||-||-||f (1)||-||-||-||-|
|315||315||1||13th C||Lower fill of pit DH||20||80||-||-||f||m (2)||-||-||-||-|
Key: organic = approximate percentage of 'squash' composed of organic detritus; inorganic = approximate percentage of 'squash' which was of inorganic material; f. spores/hyphae = fungal spores and/or hyphae; ?phyt = ?phytolith or 'plant silica' fragments; diatoms – the figure in parentheses gives the minimum number of different forms present; Trichuris – sub-columns indicate numbers of eggs with 0, 1 or 2 polar plugs intact; f = few (up to 3 individuals); s = some (4 to 20); m = many (21 to 50); v = very many (more than 50).
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