Today (finally ) brought sunshine and the team have made good headway clearing down towards the worm sorted horizon in Trench 6.
In English (rather than archaeospeak) that’s the layer in, and just above which, we’ve found the vast majority of the middle Neolithic finds we’ve had from the site.
The most exciting development of the day was the discovery of what seems to be a middle Neolithic pit in Trench 4. So far it’s produced no less than 5 Chisel arrowheads (all of slightly different types) and a very fine scraper.
There’s a long way to go to finish digging the pit. So check back in to the blog and see how things develop.