The residue contained occasional bone (including fish and sometimes calcined ), hammerscale, charcoal and CBM.
The residue contained frequent charcoal, occasional bone and some hammerscale, slag, and rare amounts of pottery.
Within the residue charcoal was common while bone (including fish) and hammerscale were occasional.
Within the residue, which mostly comprised of burnt daub, bone was rare, while charcoal, CBM and hammerscale were occasional.
Environmental assessment of these deposits identified only occasional burnt grain and possible hammerscale, although this could be natural magnetic material.