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category 2008-8-27 sNP clay artifact [Input File: S827sNP.j]
definition (typological label) 2008-8-27 sNP figurine [Input File: S827sNP.j]
best image 2009-10-01 jW [Input File: Tx01jW.j]

description (summary) 2008-8-27 sNP fragmentary body of a woman figurine. Head, legs and arms are missing. Breast badly preserved, but recognizable. The shape of the figurine suggest a torsion of the body towards the left side. [Input File: S827sNP.j]
field definition 2008-7-30 sNP figurine [Input File: T323jW.j]
field height 2008-7-30 sNP 3.5 [Input File: T323jW.j]
field length 2008-7-30 sNP 3 [Input File: T323jW.j]
field width 2 2008-7-30 sNP 1.5 [Input File: T323jW.j]
field ware or material 2008-7-30 sNP cl [Input File: T323jW.j]
field color 2008-7-30 sNP pale brown [Input File: T323jW.j]
notes on field color 2008-7-30 sNP fragmented figurine of a woman [Input File: T323jW.j]

Volumetric Localization
relays (applicable to elements) 2008-7-30 sNP 357 (43926 45777 - 9114 / Relay location: center) [Input File: S730DL1R.J]

Contact Association
type of contact: contemporary events/movable items 2008-7-30 sNP i22 (figurine) sits in f63 (floor, type b) [Input File: T323jW.j]

Spatial Aggregation
q-lot with which item is associated 2008-7-30 sNP 108 [Input File: T323jW.j]

Time Sequencing
stratum (to which element belongs) 2000-1-27 !! s130J5B [Input File: S-CUMUL.J]
phase (to which element belongs) 2000-1-27 !! h7sJ5B [Input File: S-CUMUL.J]

height 2008-8-27 sNP 3.4 [Input File: S827sNP.j]
length 2008-8-27 sNP 3.7 [Input File: S827sNP.j]
width 2 or diameter of body 2008-8-27 sNP 1.8 [Input File: S827sNP.j]

condition 2008-8-27 sNP fragmentary, very badly preserved [Input File: S827sNP.j]
ware or material 2008-8-27 sNP cl-baked [Input File: S827sNP.j]
color 2008-8-27 sNP light brown [Input File: S827sNP.j]
color number (Munsell) 2008-8-27 sNP 7.5YR 6/4 [Input File: S827sNP.j]
notes on items 2014-3-30 rAH    Once again, the damage to this representation is so extreme as to render it unidentifiable. It is doubtful that this representation is humanoid. It appears that only one, perhaps two appendages are missing. Orientation might help with the identification, but the angles chosen for the photography do not reveal diagnostic detail and provide little clue as to the proper way to view this object. Thus, I am unable to provide an identification at this time. It would have been interesting if the humanoid identification could have been established, as this representation was recovered in K34 and near, I gather, humanoid figurine J5.8.
   The Munsell color "light brown" is notable.
   A protocol should be established for photographing objects that are, for all practical purposes, nondescript. This requires some thought.
[Input File: Y401jW.j]

Analogical Record
view/drawing of item
2009-3-23 / jW / [Input File:T323jW1.j]
photo of indiv. elements (studio)
23-6-2020 / !!! / [Input File:J05_VWX.j]
23-6-2020 / !!! / [Input File:J05_VWX.j]
23-6-2020 / !!! / [Input File:J05_VWX.j]