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Category 2006-8-19!! installations [Input file: Q918EI3.J / Q918EI3.-J]
Definition 2006-8-19vVE stone installation [Input file: Q918EI3.J / Q918EI3.-J]
Summary 2012-9-7jW A line of 12 stones, almost certainly loosened from the north edge of f532 during the B6 excavations [Input file: W907JW.J / W907JW.-J]
Best image 2007-7-20 mO


Description 2006-8-19vVE f549 consists of several large boulders that were part of f532 but that have since the time that the Germans excavated them moved from their original positions. The components of f549 are thus really a part of f532, but the designation f549 had to be created in order to relay the dislocated stones. On the basis of the comparison between the views v514 ( f532 immediately after excavation) and v504 ( f532 at the start of thsi season) I have made template t514. t514 is a tentative reconstruction of from where the stones were dislodged. [Input file: Q819VE1.J / Q819VE1.-J]

Recovery/Assignment and the Record
Daily 2006-8-19vVE Today we compared the current state of the western part of the second apron f532 with the state in which it was found by the German team from Tuebingen. v514 is a picture made by the German team after they finished excavating their trench BA. When we compare v514 with current state of preservation, e.g. v504, it becomes apparent that many stones have moved at least a little bit and that some have fallen down to the north of f532. f549 is the designation for some of these stones that have moved out of their original position. Eleven boulders, f549.1- f549.11, have been relayed in relays r1094- r1149. [Input file: Q819VE1.J / Q819VE1.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2006-8-19vVE k2 [Input file: Q918EI3.J / Q918EI3.-J]
Elevation 2006-8-19vVE 9231 @bottom [Input file: Q918EI3.J / Q918EI3.-J]
2006-8-19vVE 9277 @top [Input file: Q918EI3.J / Q918EI3.-J]

Contact association
Type of contact: Earliest events 2007-7-14mO f549 sits in f513 (accumulation D) [Input file: R714MO2.J / R714MO2.-J]
Inclusions 05-22-2018 !! frequencies of ceramic vessels and sherds included within feature

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2012-9-9jW s144J3B [Input file: W909JW.J / W909JW.-J]
Phase to which stratum belongs 2012-9-9jW h7mJ3B [Input file: W909JW.J / W909JW.-J]
Strata within phase 2012-9-8jW s144J3B [Input file: W908JW1.J / W908JW1.-J]
Stratigraphic reasons 2012-9-8jW A line of 12 large stones arrayed just to the north of the north edge of the second apron, f532. [Input file: W908JW1.J / W908JW1.-J]
Other reasons 2012-9-8jW Their physical position and proximity to the second apron is strong evidence that they were originally a part of both phases of its construction. Unfortunately all stones do not appear in a single photo, but view v501 of the deteriorated B6 trench, view v514 of the cleaned B6 trench (extending from k2 to k107), and v516 of the north side of k107 provides adequate documentation of this assignment. [Input file: W908JW1.J / W908JW1.-J]

Ware/Material 2006-8-19vVE lithic [Input file: Q918EI3.J / Q918EI3.-J]
Color definition 2006-8-19vVE pale yellow [Input file: Q918EI3.J / Q918EI3.-J]
Color number 2006-8-19vVE 2.5Y 8/2 [Input file: Q918EI3.J / Q918EI3.-J]

Analogical record
Drawing of view