Wall -- The western perimeter wall of the main th century structure. Good construction quality, though seemingly random use of stones of various types and sizes. Most sones either shale or monzo granite. No apparent consolidation materials. -- Part of major structure of the 9th century phase.
Locus contemporary: 1800, 1802, 1820, 1819, 1824
West: unexcavated debris, East: L1816
Area stratum R2b
Length: 4.10, Width: 1.20, 2 lines. -- Built over layer of crushed slag.
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