A total of 12 cooking pits, 3 hearths and 2 unexcavated postholes were uncovered during an
excavation at Slyngveien 17, Voksen 27/465. The cooking pits were both round and rectangular in
form and were dug into the softer gravels which lay to the east of an area of bedrock. Two of the
hearths and one of the cooking pits were placed directly onto the bedrock. Six charcoal samples
were sent to NTNU which dated the activity to between 370 BC and 440 AD, however most of the
activity occurred between 80 and 440 AD.
Prosjektleder: Margrete Simonsen