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SacoHarry
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One more set of pictures from sarcanon showing what a week of sunny weather can do!

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Site 4a, looking south -- the huge wall under the later aqueduct keeps going down; 5 courses visible in this pic

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Site 4a, looking east -- the older wall also runs quite a way; what is that, at least 15-20 ft exposed?

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Recently uncovered bit of southern edge of 4a/4b, looking east -- the diagonal-running roadway in Justin's tweets. (I will have to rethink my trench numbering scheme for sure.)

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Site 7b/c, looking north -- the baulk between coming down and the trench opening wider

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The southern extension of 4a/4b, looking north -- the diagonal road in foreground, the natural clay subsoil with scratch-marks behind, then the vicus aqueduct overall. Is it just me, or does that road look lower/earlier than the level of the aqueduct?

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Site 4b from the south looking north along the two side-by-side Antonine ditches; N/S vicus roadway visible on right.

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Site 4b/a from east looking west. How do those -massive- "causeway" stones under the aqueduct relate with the massive wall being uncovered to the right (north) of the aqueduct?

Neat stuff this year.
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Week 8 · 2012