A16a2

File: /MZ/A/A16/D/A/0002.HTM
Processed on 10-10-2016
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Labeling/Designation
Category 2001-6-10!! unknown [Input file: L724LR.J / L724LR.-J]
Definition 2001-6-10lR structure [Input file: L724LR.J / L724LR.-J]
Summary 2007-7-16sG One room structure in locus k6. This is the earliest of the structures in k6 and belongs to phase 5b. [Input file: R716SG.J / R716SG.-J]
Best image 2007-7-16 sG

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Description/Count
Description 2001-6-10lR one room structure [Input file: L724LR.J / L724LR.-J]

Recovery/Assignment and the Record
Daily 2001-7-4fAB k6 contains a2, which we have not touched this season, since it was dug by A13 in MZ12, and is the oldest structure in A16. [Input file: L704FAB.J / L704FAB.-J]
C99.NRecovery 2001-6-17fAB When cleaning this square, gB and the newer members of the staff discovered a floor ( f29) that was associated with the rest of a2. [Input file: L617FAB.J / L617FAB.-J]
2001-6-26fAB I explored today the area above and between a1 and a2. It is odd that the alignment is so similar, but it is clear from what I saw that they are two distinct structures, even in two distinct strata. [Input file: L630TR.J / L630TR.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2001-6-10lR k6 [Input file: L724LR.J / L724LR.-J]
Relays 2001-6-12lR 15 (41186 37385 - 8809 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 16 (41164 37702 - 8801 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 17 (41153 37523 - 8809 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 18 (41184 37516 - 8809 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 19 (41237 37646 - 8809 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 20 (41250 37406 - 8809 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 21 (41034 37714 - 8812 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 22 (40927 37544 - 8811 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 28 (40940 37413 - 8804 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 29 (40947 37413 - 8804 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 30 (40947 37353 - 8804 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]
2001-6-12lR 31 (40939 37349 - 8804 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [Input file: R7QFAB1R.J / R7QFAB1R.-J]

Spatial aggregation
Feature within aggregate 2000-12-18!! f8 [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
2000-12-18!! f9 [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
2000-12-18!! f10 [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
2000-12-18!! f22 [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
2000-12-18!! f29 [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
G12.Item within aggregate 2000-12-18!! i0022 [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
G13.QLot within aggregate 2000-12-18!! q0018 [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
2000-12-18!! q0023 [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
2000-12-18!! q0518 [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2000-12-18!! s255AHH [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
Phase to which stratum belongs 2000-12-18!! h6hAAH [Input file: A-CUMUL.J / A-CUMUL.-J]
I99.NTime 2001-6-17fAB This aggregate is covered by brickfall f25 (which is actually in k5, but clearly is present in k6) which instead abuts a1 in k5. This means that a2 is earlier in date than a1, and a3 to the E seems to also be abutted (or even the point of origin) by a brickfall f21 which seems the same as f25. [Input file: L617FAB.J / L617FAB.-J]
2001-7-4fAB We are presented now with the problem of linking the several aggregates together into a meaningful stratigraphic sequence. As we understand it now, a2 is the oldest structure that we have, as it sits on the pit in the N section of A13. a2 is clearly below a1, separated by a gray layer. a1 is contemporary with a5 and a3, since all abut but are not covered by brickfall. Questions arise when we look at the differences in elevation: a5 is considerably higher than a1 and a3. This seems to indicate a terracing, which we would expect to result from extended building in the phase of a2. [Input file: L704FAB.J / L704FAB.-J]
2001-7-23sV a2 belongs to phase 5b and seems to be the only well preserved structure of this phase. The other structures to the West of a2 show a more complicated situation. [Input file: L818LR.J / L818LR.-J]

Analogical record
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Reference to Plot 2012-3-22lC p0004 [Input file: W322LC.J / W322LC.-J]

Files and disposition
Reference to Text Files 2001-6-17fAB Brick sizes [Input file: L617FAB.J / L617FAB.-J]