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During excavation of the pit in which the jar was originally set. 5m. [Photographs by Timothy Darvill. Billown Neolithic Landscape Project copyright reserved]. 5m deep that included in its fill burnt material dated to 2850–2250 cal BC (Beta-110690: 3980±60 BP). More massive was F431 with overall dimensions of 20m by 12m and a maximum depth of 2m, but it was formed of perhaps a dozen intercutting pits whose fills and stratigraphy were confused by a certain amount of natural collapse in the same area.
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