On Sunday we said goodbye to Pit 29 and refilled it. Before that, a metal detector used on the spoil heap found some tiny pieces of copper and lead which had eluded our sieving. We cleaned up the timber before taking a final photograph prior to infilling (the photograph is a composite,showing the important features of the timber as described in a previous post: the scale is 200mm long with 20mm bands). In order to trace the course of the beam, we then started our next pit, Pit 30, 1 m to the north of Pit 29.
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