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380-400R640-650 block at top of subsoil, with pits and postholes excavated
Location: Wall site (31Or11), Orange County, North Carolina.
Period: Late Woodland (AD 1500-1600).
Dimensions: length, 20.00 ft (6.10 m) north-south; width, 10.00 ft (3.05 m) east-west; maximum depth, 1.03 ft (0.31 m).
Notes: An archaeological excavation at the northeast edge of the Wall site, undertaken by the Research Laboratories of Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in 2015. This excavation revealed the tops of six refuse-filled pits and postholes representing parts of two defensive palisades. Model by Steve Davis.