7000 Years of a Landscape and its People
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Most of these images are taken by a fish eye lens which causes some distortion.
The images below shows the excavation site
above Grinton village in Swaledale
The next series of images (below) are from Trench 1:
Trench 1 is 't' shaped, the main section run roughly east-west, and the
't' extends down hill towards the south. (See above)
Is this a Romano-British roundhouse stone door sill with 'bolt holes'? This is the second example on this site.
Trench 2 (below) runs roughly north-south and was widened
towards the west.
Is this a Romano-British roundhouse stone door sill with 'bolt holes'? If so this was the first of two found on this site.
Trench 3 was a small test trench in what we thought might be a surfaced yard area, but wasn't.
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Video © M Walton (swaag.org)
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