Yesterday’s digging – in complete contrast to last week’s – took place under clear blue skies and in 23ºC.
The southern area of G26 was extended further and small quantities of pottery and flint were found there. The slot in the northern part of G26 was widened and extended in a southerly direction, small pieces of Iron age pottery were uncovered. Our aim is to find out how far the dark area in the southern end extends and if it reaches the northern area.
Star find was the blackened remains of a leaf in an undisturbed layer of clay within the northern part of G26.