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Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 87   1972 page 124a  Fig 3

Rochester East Gate, 1969. By A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.


Fig. 3. Trench 7 across Phase I Rampart and Wall-bank.

(1) Modern concrete floor. (2) Modern drain. (3) Brown earth with lumps of clay. (4) Modern wall trench. (5) Repair-trench filled with loose brown soil. (6) Blue clay
(7) Brown earth with chalk lumps. (8) Mortar scatter. (9) Black sooty earth. (10) Gravel and clay. (11) Trampled clay with traces of mortar. (12) Yellow sandy subsoil.
(13) Blue clay laminated with sand. (14) Brown clay and flints. (15) Discoloured sand. (16) Yellow brick-earth. (17) Hole left by decayed beam (18) Black ash.
 (19) Dark-grey topsoil. (20) Discoloured brick-earth. (21) Stones and brown earth. (22) Brown earth. (23) Black sooty earth. (24) Yellow brick' earth seal of pits.
 (25) Grey earth. (26) Clay. (27) Discoloured brick-earth. (28) Clean brick-earth subsoil. (29) Chalk. (30) Yellow sand. (31) Grey occupation material" 
(32) Discoloured clay. (33) Grey occupation material.

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