• Group of eleven postholes forming the outer ring of double-ringed roundhouse structure B, located towards the northern periphery of the site, together with three of the four probable post-pits forming a porch along the south-eastern length of the circuit. This ring has a diameter of approximately 10.2m. The majority of the postholes forming the ring are of comparative size except feature 420 which is a shallow oval shape. There is an absence of constituent postholes along the western length of the ring, possibly due to their total truncation. 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. A number of the features, most notably those of the south-eastern part of the structure, including the porch, contained Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age and Early Iron Age pottery.
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