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Session 5; May 27th - June 7th
Topic Started: May 26 2013, 05:49 AM (1,033 Views)
SacoHarry
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That is one impressive robber trench smack-dab in the middle there! Thx much for the photos, looks like a great start to the new session.
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Those of you who enjoyed last year's blog from Alex & Beth and their Western Classical Studies students, take cheer: The blog & students are back! http://westernclassicalstudies.wordpress.com/

It's a fab daily write-up of Vindolanda as seen (mostly) by first-timers, and the enthusiasm & excitement of just plain being there makes for a fun read. Also, as the season progresses, the blog will likely give some good information on what's happening over in the North Field.
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Looking at Justin's great Twitter photo of the robber trench: https://twitter.com/LucoAD99/status/341588479496552448/photo/1

Doesn't that look an awful lot like a house/cottage footprint? Are there any post-holes or post-Reformation pottery coming out of there? Or is it just a random, square, dug-out hole?
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