That work continued all day and produced some remarkable developments. The trenches cut to explore the enclosure ditches reached epic proportions, and (maybe) have reached the bottom. 'Georgina' is being painstakingly exposed, but as a star attraction for the visitors, couldn't be worked on for the central part of the afternoon. In the new graves area 3 are being reduced; the child's grave has produced a startling development, with very clear evidence of 2 trepanning holes in the top of the skull. Next to it a large grave has produced the largest fragment of pottery so far, some more large iron objects, probably nails, and an animal jaw bone (probably horse). The third has a human leg bone, but so far nothing else. At least one more grave seems visible in this area, and there are suspicions that the large central one may prove to be two run into each other.
With the weather forecast very poor for tomorrow there may be a frustrating delay before much more progress is made.