Recording a Roman Floor

Last week we detailed how our archaeologists uncovered a Roman tessellated floor (at break-neck speed). But taking the soil off of a feature is only the beginning. Before it can be fully excavated it needs to be cleaned and recorded. 

So set your speakers to 11 and join us for part 2 of our series on the excavation of a Roman floor, featuring sponges and paperwork! It’s more exciting than it sounds:

And this time with the captions below to ensure the maximum amount of archaeology for your pixels.


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