|Area: 4040 |
|Dug in Year: 2008 |
|Feature Type: Ladder emplacement |
|Feature Subtype: Ladder scar |
|Location: SE corner of building |
|Grid X: 1045.8 Grid Y: 1180.15|
|This feature represents the entrance in and out of building and space. The platform at the base of the ladder forms a steep and has grown up around the ladder. The timber itself is burnt in situ and remains standing to the height of 30 cm. A plastered support structure 0.15m wide bonds the feature to the southern wall. This stands to a height of 1.32m. It looks like the timber has been repolaced at least once in the buildings life due to a plastered scar just to the east of the burnt timber. |
The ladder wasa probably not as we imagine a conventional ladder with two support and ledges, but most likely a single timber either carved for foot space, or foot supports added. The angle of the ladder is steep at 75 degrees.
The plaster is thick with the first layer being white as on the walls.
Please see feature sheet for isometric sketch.
|In situ Conservation: No |
|Lifted: No |
|Feature Relationships: |
|abuts: (Click to view the record) 3096 |
|below: (Click to view the record) 6053 |
|Number of Related Diary Entries: 0|
|Conservation Recorded: No|
|Buildings: (Click to view the record) |
|Spaces: (Click to view the record) |
|No. Of Units in this Feature: 8 (Click here to view unit list)|