Bective excavations Blog


Day 13 – A medieval guesthouse?
July 22, 2009, 9:43 pm
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The wall has turned out to be at least two stone footings for supporting a great timber structure. Perhaps this is the remains of a guesthouse, which would be a great discovery. Some of the students were metal detecting the spoil heap to be on the safe side. Sarah found the skeleton of a small animal that might be a cat. She calls it skinny’. The long cutting across the ditch should be finished tomorrow, all going well.

 

To be sure to be sure. Siobháin metal detects the spoil heap to ensure that nothing has been missed.

To be sure to be sure. Siobháin metal detects the spoil heap to ensure that nothing has been missed.

 

The wooden skirt, what the fashionable archaeologist is wearing this season.

The wooden skirt, what the fashionable archaeologist is wearing this season.

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