3D model scan of Trench D - Showing signs of a revetment wall, and wall rubble, on the Southern Terrace of Tintagel Island.
|B1 Pottery imported from the Greek islands - Likely carrying Olive Oil|
All finds (such as this B1 Pottery imported from the Greek islands - Likely carrying Olive Oil) are catalogued, bag and tagged, before being cleaned and indentified. The positions of each find are also recorded and surveyed.
|The positions of each find are recorded and surveyed.|
The Trench in 3D (D or Mark) at the end of 5 days digging, clearly showing the likely revetment wall, collapsed at one end and a layer of collapse covering most of the trench itself.
Dry Sieving on the south terrace. The soil taken from the trench is put through 3 meshes, each decreasing in size, and the remaining fine soil samples will then be processed next week via Wet Sieving.
|Dry Sieving on Tintagel Castle's south terrace.|
Studying anything that looks out of place; this doesn’t match the local stone, or the material from the collapsed walls in the trench.