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The excavation revealed the presence of a burnt mound with associated pits and troughs.
The two troughs both had internal stakeholes suggesting in one case some form of lining
and in the other some form of suspension rack. The remains of a H-frame suspension
frame was situated north-west of the largest trough. A number of external pits and stake-
holes hinted at related structures or activities. Two Late Bronze Age dates were returned
for the site cal BC 1010–909. A cow horn and a shed red-deer antler were found in the
abandonment fills of a pair of boiling pits.