• Group of six similarly sized postholes forming line of the outer ring of double-ringed roundhouse structure D to the west of roundhouse C. These features would appear to represent the deepest components of the outer ring as there are distinct gaps in the circuit evidently due to complete truncation of the remaining constituent postholes. This ring has a diameter of approximately 13m. The majority of the features in this group contained similar homogeneous silty gravel fills representing general post-abandonment silting. These deposits are also included in this group. Posthole 1386 contained a single sherd of Late Bronze Age pottery, whilst the remaining postholes were devoid of any artefactual dating evidence.
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