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The Antonine Wall report: being an account of excavations, etc., made under the direction of the Glasgow Archæological Society during 1890 - 93 — Glasgow, 1899

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THE ANTONINE WALL REPORT.

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first 12 inches above the base. The soil at that point is of a
grey clay, darker than the whitish clayey material found at
Croy. Above that, in the red earth, the dark lines are beauti-

Pbotographic block showing cutting through fosse and vallum at Barr
Hill, Section No. 1, as seen from the north side of the fosse, the bottom
of which (standing in water) is in the extreme foreground.

fully marked and all thin, rarely over three-quarters of an inch
in thickness, occurring as follows:—

1.

14 inches above base,

thin black.

2.

18 „

thin black.

3.

20 „

thin black.

4.

22 „

thin black.

5.

24 „

thin black.

6.

27J n

thin black.

7.

30 „

faint brown.

8.

34 „

faint reddish.

9.

37 „

black

10.

38i „

black.

11.

40 „

black.

12.

43J „

brown.

13.

49 „

brown.
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