A16.156

File: /MZ/A/A16/D/I/0156.HTM
Processed on 10-10-2016
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Labeling/Designation
Category 2002-9-22!! specimen [Input file: -MX12-99.J / -MX12-99.-J]
Definition 2002-9-22lR human body [Input file: -MX12-99.J / -MX12-99.-J]
Best image 2011-12-12 lC

v122b

Description/Count
Description 2002-9-22lR The skeletal remains of burial a21. [Input file: -MX12-99.J / -MX12-99.-J]

Recovery/Assignment and the Record
Daily 2002-9-22lR While excavating the area, Diadin encountered the remains of an adult burial. i156 is the human remains of the burial. The bones break off at the slightest touch and there is some evidence of laminations around the body. The body faces Northeast exactly in the same position as a19 burial and a18. This is presumably the body of an adult based on the size of the bones and likely female. The body rests on the left side in fetal position, a very typical position encountered in A16. All of the burials recovered in A16 are in fetal position with the exception of the jar burials. The arms of i156 human body are bent at the elbow with the hands under the chin. A number of items were found associated with this burial a21. [Input file: N303LR.J / N303LR.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2002-9-22lR k205 [Input file: -MX12-99.J / -MX12-99.-J]

Contact association
Type of contact: Earliest events 2002-9-22lR i156 sits in f320 (fi) [Input file: -MX12-99.J / -MX12-99.-J]

Spatial aggregation
Aggregate 2000-12-18!! a21 [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
Nature 2002-9-22lR associated q-lot: 849 [Input file: -MX12-99.J / -MX12-99.-J]

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2006-10-10!! s330AAH [Input file: S-CUMUL.J / S-CUMUL.-J]
Phase to which stratum belongs 2006-10-10!! h5hAAH [Input file: S-CUMUL.J / S-CUMUL.-J]

Descriptive
Notes on typology 2002-9-22lR Human remains from a21 [Input file: -MX12-99.J / -MX12-99.-J]

Conservation
N99.NConserv 2002-9-22lR The bones suffered water damage, based on the condition of the bones and the laminations found inside the grave. They were removed using a dental pick, brush, and spoon and are now stored in linen inside a cardboard box in the natural science laboratory. [Input file: N116LR3.J / N116LR3.-J]

Analogical record
Photo of view

v122

v122a

v122b

v122c
Photo of view

v131

v131a

v131b

v131c
Drawing of view

w85

Disposition
Notes on disposition 2002-9-22lR to Natural science lab [Input file: -MX12-99.J / -MX12-99.-J]