A16f338

File: /MZ/A/A16/D/F/0338.HTM
Processed on 10-10-2016
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Labeling/Designation
Category 2002-9-26!! surface [Input file: M926LR.J / M926LR.-J]
Definition 2002-9-26fAB pavement B [Input file: M926LR.J / M926LR.-J]
Summary 2007-8-5pC Small to medium sized river cobbles liyng flat mixed with a brown matrix. Pit f216 cuts f338 and f339. [Input file: R805PC.J / R805PC.-J]
Best image 2007-8-5 pC

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Description/Count
Description 2002-9-26fAB stones at the bottom of f216 but not pit fill: phase 2 [Input file: M926LR.J / M926LR.-J]
2002-9-26lR Small to medium sized river cobbles with rounded smoothed edges white in color that were found below the pit f216. These cobbles are mixed with a brown matrix and do not belong to the pit f216 which we initially thought. The cobbles continue to go through the pit wall and are localized in the South east side of the hole created by the pit. [Input file: M926LR.J / M926LR.-J]
2002-9-26fAB Possibly the fill of the drainage system(?) a24. Fact that it contains pebbles does not seem to suggest a closed drainage system though. [Input file: MX12FAB.J / MX12FAB.-J]

Recovery/Assignment and the Record
Daily 2002-9-26lR Yesterday we decided to continue digging f216 pit after reviewing the deeper pit f250. These pits are the only windows into the function of the baked bricks f194 that are below the stone pavement. The pit f216 showed a reddish material with some river cobbles emerging which we believed to be the end of the pit fill. We removed some of these cobbles f338 but they continued going down and a bright red material f339 was found to the west of the cobbles. Today we continued to remove some of these cobbles to see if it was still pit fill and since they continued through the pit wall seen inside they cannot be pit fill. We removed all the cobbles at the bottom until a brown soil with traces of charcoal and pottery emerged leaving f339 to the west. [Input file: M926LR.J / M926LR.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2002-9-26fAB k204 [Input file: M926LR.J / M926LR.-J]

Contact association
Type of contact: Latest events 2007-8-20pC f327 (pavement B) covers f338 [Input file: R820PC.J / R820PC.-J]
2002-9-25lR f332 (fi) covers f338 [Input file: M926LR.J / M926LR.-J]
2002-9-26lR f216 (fi) cuts f338 [Input file: M926LR.J / M926LR.-J]
Type of contact: Contemporary events/Movable items 2002-9-26fAB q905 sits in f338 [Input file: MX12LR.J / MX12LR.-J]
Type of contact: Earliest events 2002-9-26fAB f338 abuts f339 (layer) [Input file: M926LR.J / M926LR.-J]
Inclusions 10-10-2016 !! frequencies of ceramic vessels and sherds included within feature

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2015-5-20cJC s530AAH [Input file: ZA520CJC.J / ZA520CJC.-J]
Phase to which stratum belongs 2015-5-20cJC h4jAAH [Input file: ZA520CJC.J / ZA520CJC.-J]
I99.NTime 2002-9-26fAB presumeably p h2 not pre-palace material due to depth of packing in other areas, see also f339. [Input file: MX12FAB.J / MX12FAB.-J]
2007-9-5mKB This feature had mixed pottery from Phase 3 and Phase 1. A number of S and WS sherds in this feature date to Phase 1 and probably are a result of later pits dug into the stone pavement which brought up sherds from below the pavement. See also note regarding date of f315. [Input file: WY01LC.J / WY01LC.-J]

Analogical record
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