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category 2009-8-13 eA clay artifact [Input File: T822jN.j]
definition (typological label) 2009-8-13 eA figurine [Input File: T822jN.j]
best image 2009-10-01 jW [Input File: Tx01jW1.j]

description (summary) 2009-8-13 eA It is a fragment of an animal figurine. There are only two legs and a small part of the body. [Input File: T822jN.j]
field definition 2009-8-13 eA figurine [Input File: T820sE2.j]
field height 2009-8-13 eA 4 [Input File: T820sE2.j]
field length 2009-8-13 eA 2.8 [Input File: T820sE2.j]
field width 2 2009-8-13 eA 4.4 [Input File: T820sE2.j]
field ware or material 2009-8-13 eA clay [Input File: T820sE2.j]
field color 2009-8-13 eA brown [Input File: T820sE2.j]
notes on field color 2009-8-13 eA fragment of animal figurine [Input File: T820sE2.j]

Volumetric Localization
relays (applicable to elements) 2009-8-13 eA 1441 (42765 45908 - 8808 / Relay location: SE) [Input File: T819SE-R.J]

Contact Association
type of contact: contemporary events/movable items 2009-8-13 eA i59 (figurine) sits in f254 (stone installation) [Input File: T820sE2.j]

Spatial Aggregation
q-lot with which item is associated 2009-8-13 eA 410 [Input File: T820sE2.j]

Time Sequencing
stratum (to which element belongs) 2000-1-27 !! s180aJ5B [Input File: S-CUMUL.J]
phase (to which element belongs) 2000-1-27 !! h7fJ5B [Input File: S-CUMUL.J]

height 2009-8-13 eA 2.6 [Input File: T822jN.j]
length 2009-8-13 eA 4.8 [Input File: T822jN.j]
width 1 or diameter of rim 2009-8-13 eA 2.8 [Input File: T822jN.j]

ware or material 2009-8-13 eA cl-baked [Input File: T822jN.j]
color 2009-8-13 eA very pale brown [Input File: T822jN.j]
color number (Munsell) 2009-8-13 eA 10YR 8/3 [Input File: T822jN.j]
notes on items 2014-3-30 rAH    Once again, a fragmentary representation. The excavator feels that this is, I presume, a quadruped. This is far from certain. I would prefer to see this artifact as a badly eroded ram's head (V22d3790), although that identification is equally uncertain. Compare with A1.479, Ovis 33, a perforated exemplar from the royal storehouse. See also a comparative example from Tepe Gawra on page 171. Also see Comparative Table 8. The curved "knob" (V22d3790) is surprising. I know of only one similar detail, and this is the tail of Ovis II 203 (plate XV, page 488).
   I fear this artifact has been overcleaned; some detail may have been brushed away. The lighting of the photographs, uniform, does not help in analyzing detail.
   I have been unable to locate k105 on a grid within the Global Record. Several interesting exemplars have been recovered there. I thus am at a loss to ascertain their relationship to other artifacts in this unit.
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Analogical Record
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]