A Chapel? And photography
Today was the start of our final week on site and once again the sun was out making some of us uncomfortable and even mildly disorientated on my part.
Last week and today giant strides were made on what was thought to be a cellar, but is now thought to be a robber trench. Robber trench for what you may ask? Now this is where it gets very exciting.
The majority of today was spent cleaning areas of the site in order to take photographic records of features. Although we still record all the features with plan and section drawings to record accurate levels and measurements, we take the photographs so that we can look at the archaeology after it has been destroyed and refer to them in cases of doubt in the initial paper records.
|(l-r) Sam, Emma and Katie define the floor of the possible medieval chapel.|