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--IL607It was also suggested that we extend the perimeters of the northern squares another meter to the north in order to be aligned with the palace projections, but it was argued by fAB that if the doorway was found exposing only half of the wall (so leaving the squares 4x4), this would leave a nice section of the doorway. In considering this argument, it was decided to leave the northern squares at 4 meters. Three of the squares were excavated two seasons ago (MZ12) as area A13, and these are now A16 loci 1, 5 and 6. Two small one-room structures were found belonging to the post-Palace phase and most likely the new squares will contain similar structures with a possibility of further defining the boundary of this settlement to the South. We are not expecting to find much under these structures until we reach the palace level, which is approximately 2 meters below these single room structures. The sections created by A13 and A10 from previous seasons will serve as a good reference for what to expect in A16 in the South and West. [L630LR.J]
--IL902after discussing with gB, fAB, and jLW, it is evident that we will not reach the goal of excavating to the stone pavement for another week. This poses a problem in completing the record since we only have two weeks to finish documenting A16. We have agreed that we will stop excavations in A16 after a few minor excavations primarily straightening the sections and leveling the area. It is uncertain if we plan to remove the section, since it is approx 50cm thick and uncertain whether it will last through to the next season. [L903LR.J]
--I.rdL607Yesterday we had a short meeting with gB to discuss the overall strategy for A16 during MZ 14. The focus of the excavation this year pertains to three parts: (1) the definition of the post-Palace settlement and its presumed extent to the east, (2) the location of the projected palace walls in AF on both the north and eastern sides, and (3) the excavation of courtyard H3. Initially six loci were proposed for excavation but after fAB measured the northern H1 wall it was suggested that two more squares be added on the eastern side so that the probability of encountering the eastern AF wall is increased if it is assumed that the doorway found in A13 last season is centered in the South wall of the courtyard. The walls of the courtyard are not expected to be walls external to the palace, since in almost all cases courtyards are surrounded by rooms. Often courtyards are not excavated in their entirety; we have decided to excavate H3, however, seeing the two important finds from the area, the Tar'am-Agade seal impressions and the "scorpion vase". Therefore a total of eight squares will be excavated this season, numbered loci 1-4 from west-east on the north, and 4-8 west-east on the south. If the palace projections are correct, then we expect to expose part of the northern wall with a presumed doorway and the eastern AF walls. [L630LR.J]
-DYL607We have 12 workmen under the supervision of mOmo working on the removal of the berm and backfill from last season; removal of these actually started on L606 afternoon through L607, with pause on L608 because it is Friday and will continue on Saturday (L609). [L630LR.J]
-DYL610We began excavating f3 in k5 on the eastern side of a1. This feature contains ashy material mixed with pieces of reddish clay. The sherds encountered were in an oblique position, which suggests that it is an accumulation. Approximately 8-10cm was excavated. We opened up k2 today-the workmen have leveled off the NE section since the Tell has a slope in order to eventually make the whole k one level. We did not collect the pottery from the first 10-15cm since it would most likely be washed out of context. [L630TR.J]
-DYL726In k5 we see a pottery lense which is quite thick in section and this might have been the same case in k2. In k5 we are still excavating the pit and are coming down on the sherd lense which we are using black garbage bags since there is too much pottery. A large stone was left pedestooled in the western area of the locus a few centemiters above the pottery lense. This stone is large and will probably take a while to remove. In the east section of k5 reddish brown bricks are visible but they are too scattered to form a wall, but something seperates the two pits (k6, k5) and is is located within the baulk. In k5, we are removing another 15cm in a reddish brown soil throughout the area. In the eastern side 50cm from the East baulk a change of color is evident. This side is gray and becomes black in the South-East corner. Evidence of some kind of burning was taking place in this area. A large amount of purple and green slag chunks were found yesterday in the North-West area next to the wall f??. The soil was a whittish gray in color with burnt pottery and slag, very soft. It extended 5-10 cm down and underneath was a chunky red layer with blocky peices of clay. [L728LR.J]
-DYL729photograph and draw all baulks, remove k6 north baulk, k5 east and north baulk. Remove stones in k1. [L728LR.J]
-DYL801Continuing excavating in the west of k5, extending it to 6 meters. Three new loci were created k108, k109, k110. In k110 removed the foundation stones from a1. In k108 we still have not reached the stone pavement and are deeper than 8500 which is the elevation of the pavement of A13. We decided to pound in a metal shish to see if the stones underneath and found that the shish hit something hard. The metal shish was pounded in at the elevation of 8498 and we believe to hit something by the next 25-30 cm. [L801LR.J]
-DYL802In the Northern portion of k108 we hit stone pavement at an elevation of 8491. The brick pavement f194 is at 8470 and to the South the stone pavement is at 8503. The stone pavement continues to slope South to North and again down from East to West since k108 is higher than k109. In the Southeast part of k108, the pot smash i48 has been removed but some of the pot extended into the baulk and has been left in place. We decided to remove this pot smash since it sits on top of the stone pavement and would most likely suffer further damaged and lost if left in place until next season when we remove the baulk. [L815LR.J]
-DYL802While excavating the large pit a13 we hit baked bricks instead of the anticipated stone courtyard. These bricks lie under the stone courtyard, seen by the cut f189 of the pit a13, which removed the stones, and left exposed the bricks f194 below. [L815LR.J]
-DYM919yesterday we uncovered an item which we have called a potsmash. This vessel does not contain any base nor rim and consists of large fragments of thick pottery. They were all found lying face (outside) down. We triangulated this item then photographed in relation to the burnt area to the east and the stone pavement to the north. It was removed this morning. [M919LR.J]
-DY.rdL609Today we finished removing the backfill in k1 and k5, and exposed the mud bricks/structure (a1) from last season. In k6 most of the backfill has been removed except for the western side and should be finished early tomorrow. We met with gB to discuss the strategy for excavating A16. [L630TR.J]
-DY.rdL611Today we opened up k3 and the workmen are leveling the square. In k5 cC and abk continued excavating the NE section of a1, f3 going 35cm down at the NE corner and are continuing at another 10cm down since they have not reached a floor or any change in soil type it is still f3 and the same q lot for pottery. [L630TR.J]
-DY.rdL612Today we continued to remove the topsoil from k2 and found brickfall underneath which we labeled as f15. One big pick run was done; then we stopped for the day in that locus. In k7, bricks were noticed on the surface and a cleaning was done which exposed three walls and a circular jar located in a doorway, niche, or pit. We are not sure of the wall's (f18) width since we are unable to find the edge in the north; the brickfall makes it difficult to see this. On the southern face of the wall (f18) it is very smooth and appears plastered. A basalt grinding stone was also found next to the wall and is still in place. [L630TR.J]
-DY.rdL719Today we are removing the bricks of k5 with a strategy to remove them layer by layer to see the layout and construction of the walls that compose a1. This strategy will enable us to see if the walls are bonded with each other and understand the use of these walls since. aBK and gZ have drawn a sketch that shows this layout in four different steps. In k105 the workmen are contininuing to go down on the north side of a3 in the triangular section between the north baulk of k105 and f18 (the wall of a3). The wall continues to go down. In a9, Nicola has drawn the burial inside with the bones to scale since we are removing the bones later today at 4pm. Today we also took a large amount of relays from the new walls that have come out in recent days, a total of 20 were done today and we should be finished with most of the relays for A16 phase 5b and c structures. In k3, between a6 and the east baulk of k3, we continued to excavate in this rectangular area. A group of bricks were noted on the south west area which appear to belong with a6. In k1 and k2, the remainder of the accumulation from the east baulk of k5 has been removed bringing this area at the same elevation as k6. A floor was found in a6, f140 and is 150 cm below the top of the walls. A plumbbob was dropped at the top to see the width of the vault at the base and it was measured that the base is 60 cm vaulted in from the top bricks. In k5 it appears that f5 is now tow walls since one wall appears to be bonded with the larger wall f4 and not bonded with the adjacent paralles wall. In k105, a sherd pavement was found at the end of a3 eastern end which appears to link up with the other sherd pavement running north to south west of f75. In k107 the wall (f?) appears to end since we see gray layers underneath the reddish bricks. Underneath these gray layers we have another set of bricks that jet out from the wall above. These bricks are have a brick in width and are 6 running the same angle as the previous wall, the elevation for the new wall is 8817 -98. [L722LR.J]
-DY.rdL721In k105 we continued to remove the accumulation north of a3. Several medium sized stones have been uncovered, a small group of 4-5 stones located directly next to f18 next to the end of the wall and the beginning of the compact mud continuation. Directly east of the stones is a small concentration of dark ash, soft which abuts the stones and the wall f18. In a9 the tomb, the east wall currently has five courses of bricks in view with the bricks positioned so that the lower bricks jet out suggesting that the tomb is vaulted. The line of bricks continue on the east side then form a little outer area where a doorway is located in the east next to a 6. The north wall of this doorway is plastered. [L722LR.J]
-DY.rdL722We began excavating the pit seen in the north section of A12. We excavated a 150 cm by 100 cm trench in the center of k6. The interface between the floor from a2 and the beginning of the pit fill was very thin and we immediately began excavating dark gray soft ashy fill. The pit fill contains charcoal inclusions along with pieces of red clay. Organic materials are also present in the soil which include straw-like impressions and white thin roots. The fill is uniform in texture. In k5 we removed the bricks of f4 until the red bricks seen in the east side of f4. We were under the assumption that below these bricks was fill since no clear mortor lines were shown but after the top red bricks were removed it became evident from the top that there were bricks below, gray bricks. These bricks seem to be of a different construction phase than the top bricks belonging to phase b. In k2, we removed 10-15 centimeters in the whole locus which consisted of alternating layers of gray and pink. It it possible that a wall may connect f132 and the stones f118 together in k2. [L722LR.J]
-DY.rdL723We extended the trench from yesterday by 50 cm to the west and is located at the center of a2. The floor accumulation at the top is clearly visible which is only 3-5cm in thickness and shows that the pit is directly underneath the floor of a2. 90 cm below the top of the trench we came accross a change in color, more reddish compact material and made it into a new feature (f156). Within this layer several large pieces of pottery were found lying flat with a long bone at the side. We thought that this might be a burial but after inspecting the bone closer, it appears to be too large to be human and no other bones were found associated with it. We removed the bone and the pottery pieces were kept together incase they are from the same jar. After scraping the red layer, a thin line of plaster was seen and we decided to quickly excavate this area to see what this line may be. The pottery from this pit contains many diagnostic sherds, some painted and incised. In k107 and k1, we continued to remove the top sherd pavement that covered the entire area and discovered another sherd and pebble floor approx 8 cm below the top sherd pavement that abuts the bricks that protrude in k107, f158. In k2, Ahkmed excavated the fill of the cut and cleaned the east baulk to see the face of the wall associated with the vaulted structure a6. [L722LR.J]
-DY.rdL728Excavating k1, k2, k5, k6 with dirt continuing to be removed during the afternoon and on Friday. We have alot of dirt accumulating in A12 pavement since both A15 and A16 are throwing are dirt into this area. We are excavating more dirt than we can remove and are trying to devise a faster way to remove this dirt. In k6, we noticed at the end of the day on Thursday that more red was appearing in the western section. We had noticed ealier that the fill material was mixed with small peices of reddish clay. Now the material is completely red clay and after scraping the section, we notices distinct clear brick lines, red bricks with a brown morter. A plaster line is also visible in section. The bricks do not hold together but resembles moist clay, making it difficult to find the faces. It is not until we cut back the section that we could see these brick lines. These bricks are running North-South, East of the West baulk. In the western area a tannur was found. The eastern area contains ash and is probably still pit fill while the weastern area is reddish. In k6 north section the accumulation from a2 is seen very nicely which forms a bowl. The gray underdeath forms bands of lighter gray sloping west to east with the western portion higher. Alternating layers of gray are seen, lightgray, dark, light, dark forming a bowl shape towards the east. If this is a pit, then it is quite large for it must extend the same lenght to the east making the pit almost 10 meters in diameter. [L728LR.J]
-DY.rdL728Excavating k1,k2,k5,k6 and we have increased dirt removal to include afternoons and Fridays so we can continue excavating in these areas. We have a lot of dirt accumulating on the stone pavement since both A15 and A16 are piling the dirt from the large pits into this area. We are excavating more than we can remove and are trying to devise a faster way to extract this dirt. [L728LR.J]
-DY.rdL729We are drawing the baulks in all the four loci currently being excavated since we plan on removing the baulks tomorrow. In k6, they are still continuing to remove the gray material to the East, and are coming down on red. This is probably the end of the pit as we start a new layer seen in A12 section, a red layer. We met with gB today to discuss phases, and he suggested that the fill we are excavating in k6, k5, and k2 is not a pit but large hallows created by depretions in the palace that conditioned the topography which then was used as dumps: so they weren't cut, but natural in a sense that they occured naturally after the palace collapsed. These hallows provided a ground for dumping which was filled up with Phase 5a material but in the lower end of the hallow we find Phase 4 material underneath. This level may be the strata to which the tannur and the accumulation around it belong to. fAB metioned that the tannur may be related to the tannur found in A12 which was ontop of the palace wall. In k2 we cleaned all the sections to see the pit fill which shows a series of layers of gray, a sterile silty fine powder lense, and granular sandy pink lense with pottery and pebbles which reminds me of material which has been exposed to water for long periods of time where the heavier material, pebbles pottery and granular material sinks to the bottom and the sitly fine powder lense forms at the top. [L728LR.J]
-DY.rdL730removed f138 c1,c2,c3. This feature is associated with f136 (the wall running E-W in k2) and to the basin f137. [L818LR.J]
-DY.rdL802For the past few days we have been digging below Phase 5b in the large Khabur hollows that lie underneath the structures a1, a2, and a11 in k1,k2,k5, and k6. We have made three new loci to facilitate digging and q-lot assignment. Locus k108 includes k2, and k6; locus k109 includes the Northern portion of k1; and locus k110 includes the Southern portion of k1, k5 and the Northern baulk of k5. [L815LR.J]
-DY.rdL802today we are cleaning the area and sections since it is the last day of excavation. In k110 we have quit excavating in this area since it is too large and will not reach the stone pavement and have concentrated all our efforst to exposing the stones in k109 and the northern portion of k108. k109 is two meters in width and at the end of the day we hit stones which extend throughout the entire locus. The elevation of the stones in k109 is 8486. In k108 we removed portions of the western red bricky material since we could not identify any clear brick lines to make the western section straight. A ceramic vessel was found in the north portion of k108 in the western area, black overfired jar in poor state of conservation. The jar was sitting upright in this bricky red material. It was triangulated and removed in pieces since it is so overfired that it fell apart easily. While removing the vessel, small bones were noticed inside which may belong to an infant or a small animal, likely a small animal since the bones are rather small but it has been defined as a burial and treated as one. [L815LR.J]
-DY.rdM903Today we opened up A16 for season MZ15 and began by removing backfill and scraping the entire area to eliminate the outer coating of soil caused by the winter rains. We met with gB early this morning to discuss the strategy for excavations in A16. We decided to string up new loci for k110 and have included a small square part to the west of k110 that was A10. This small square is now k201 and k110 will include k202, k203, k204, k205, k206, and k207. The East section of k110 will also become new loci k208,k209 and the area that protrudes out of the section k108 next to the tannur f180 will be k210. [M903LR.J]
-DY.rdM904Today we continued to excavate the east baulk of k110, which we have assigned k209. We finished excavating it completely to the level of k110, which was a good 90 cm below the top of the baulk. In the afternoon we began to excavate k208 the northern portion of k110 east baulk. We also excavated i83 the burial jar out of the soil since we did not want to leave it overnight. [M904LR2.J]
-DY.rdM907The main concentration today was on the cleaning of the entire A16 lower area. We still do not know when phase 4 begins so we are placing our efforts into cutting back the sections to expose a fresh face to see the layers and by leveling the upper surface of the area to see if there are any pits in view. These pits are extremely important to remove before excavating the material around it since we are assuming these pits are Khabur and may contaminate the area if not removed. The loci were surveyed in by bp and include relay numbers r307-r325. The burial a18 was also completely articulated and drawn by flp and photographed by gg. [M907LR.J]
-DY.riL610fAB, lR, cC, and sB at the site today-continued to remove backfill in K6, we met briefly with gB this morning to discuss the plan for today. We removed the grasses ontop of the unexcavated squares and along the baulks for safety reasons. The baulks of the excavated squares were also cleaned off with plans to draw sections. gB discussed the argument as to whether we should relate the two structures found in k5 and k6; since they are in line with each other yet have different wall thickness and different elevations. [L630TR.J]
-DY.riL610fAB, lR, cC, and sb at the site today and continued to remove backfill in k6. We met briefly with gB this morning to discuss the strategy for today. We removed the grasses on top of the unexcavated squares and along the baulks for safety reasons. The baulks of the excavated squares were also cleaned off with plans to draw the sections. gB discussed the argument as to whether we should relate the two structures found in k5 and k6; since they are in line with each other yet have different wall thickness and different elevations. [L630TR.J]
-DY.riL625Today we continued excavating the brickfall found in k2 and k3. In k2 we cut a trench running North-South in the middle of the k to determine the depth of the brickfall. The trench was 35cm below the rest of the k on the East and West sides when ashy pockets started appearing. This could be the mixture of the end of the brickfall with an ashy accumulation or just ashy pockets in the brickfall and the brickfallcontinues down. We stopped at this level and excavated the remainder of the k. In the section in k1 the brickfall measures approximately 170cm in thickness and in k2 it is almost at the bottom of this approximation. The workmen noticed that the brickfall was changing into larger components in the Easatern side. It is possible that this could be the wall found in k6 that is f8. Travis and I took the elevation of the bricky mass and it is 7cm above m2556; which makes it a little higher than the wall(f8) but not much. This seems odd to me since it appears that we are higher in k2 than m2665; but that is what the elevation calculated; double checked. [L630TR.J]
-DY.riL626We are taking down the west baulk of k2 and k3; so k1, k2, k3, k4 will be one area with out baulks. We have removed the markers on the baulk. They are removing them(the baulks) in layers first the topsoil and after the brickfall. More men are working in k4 since it is higher. The east sections were all photographed this morning. [L630TR.J]
-DY.riL708continued to remove the remaining brickfall throughout k105, k106, k3 and k5. In a6, the box structure, 80 cms has been excavated inside. The fill of the box contains broken bricks, pottery, and animal bones. The northern face shows clear brick faces with a mud plaster coating. The faces suggest a vaulted shape inside the structure. The brickfall to the west of the structure was also excavated which exposed a clearer view of the platform at the base of the box structure that protrudes one brick and a half west of the box. cI has drawn the north section of k3 and began drawing k4 north section. [L708LR.J]
-DY.riL718Yesterday we finished removing the north baulk of k6 which exposed f10 (wall) in its entirety. The round doorsocket that was found along the northern baulk in k6 is now completely exposed revealing two similar stones in a line next to each other. These three stones run north to south, are touching each other and all have rounded depressions at the center. The stone furthest to the south is the most round with the other two of a more elongated shape. To the immediate west of the stones are two rows of bricks. The first row which abuts the stones has a clay basin embedded between the wall f10, the stones, and a brick to the north and a brick to the west. This clay basin is compacted, reddish brown in color has elevated sides and a smooth inside curving out. There are only sides on the north and south ends. The row which includes this clay basin is completed with two bricks, stopping at the same width as the stones. The next row west of this row has three mudbricks and also has the same width. We made two features: one for the set of bricks that are next to the three stones, this feature is f143, and f138 for the three door sockets. f143 abuts f10 the wall and is located north of the wall. [L722LR.J]
-DY.riL725yesterday we restrung the baulks of k1, k2, k5, and k6 in order to go down in these areas. We are currently the deepest in k6 since we began excavating this locus a few days ago. We are calling the material below a2 a pit, the same pit that we see in A12 North section that extends to the east in A15. This material contained approx 20cm of interface that changed to gray ashy fill. In k5, we have another pit under a1. We have removed all of a1 except for the portion within the north baulk. The material under this aggregate is the interface between accumulation of the structure and the beginning of the pit which is also seen in A12 North section. In k1, we are also excavating and predict that this will be the most time consuming and slowest area since in the east section of A10 we see layers of sherd and pebble floors going down. we are leaving the wall in the North-West corner to see if it continues down. In k2 we are excavating the whole locus West of the wall feature ??. This area contains large amounts of pottery in comparison to k6, k5, and k1 which is within a brown-gray matrix and is most likely the same pit as k6. The sherds contained no pattern and were not positioned in a way to suggest that it was a pavement or floor. [L724SV.J]
-DY.riL726Today we are continuing to remove the two pits seen in A12 North section. In k6, the section has been cleaned and scraped and we can see the interface between house accumulation from a2 and the begginning of the pit which forms a nice clear line. The house accumulation is a reddish brown color which extends about 20cm below the bricks with a thin band of bright orange-red clay under this approx 3cm thick. This band extends through the north baulk into k2 area which leads us to belive that this is the same pit. Under this thin band is a unified gray which we have refered to it as pit fill. In k2, yesterday at the end of the day we defined the area with the large amount of pottery as a seperate pit, a kind of sherd pit since all the pottery was isolated in an area. Currently this pit is located within the south west corner but yesterday it extended throughout the k but was excavated so the pottery from this feature is mixed with the feature above it. The sherd pit is f170 and was completely excavated today. We made a new feature for the accumulation around this pit and it is most likely the same matrix as the fill ontop. It is strange that such a large number of sherds come from this area (which is the smallest) in comparison to k6 if they are the same pit. [L728LR.J]
-DY.riM909Today we continued removing k210, which we have termed "the pillar" since it, is a long column of soil left from last season. We have concentrated the majority of our efforts into removing this pillar, which requires an increase in dirt removal slowing excavations in the other loci. Yesterday the khabur structure that was the highest level was removed and today the entire ashy pit fill was excavated leaving the material that the pit a17, a13 cut as the current elevation. We plan to stop at the red below, which is approx 30 cm leaving a 10cm buffer zone between the two layers. [N304LR2.J]
-DY.riM918This morning we prepared for the overhead photographs of the entire lower A16 area. These photographs are important for they show the beginning of the red in the area which is phase 4. We spent the morning cleaning the area and used a water bottle to spray down the red areas. A test of this procedure was done the day before and found that the red shows better when when. The overhead camera was used along with the slide camera. A total of 60 photographs were taken of the area. [M919LR.J]
-DY.riM919today we continued removing the red layer, which covers the entire area. [M919LR.J]
-DY.riM919yesterday a potsmash was uncovered while removing the last 10cm of red material ontop of the stones. We are referring to it as a potsmash since there are several sherds from the same vessel lying right on the stone pavement suggesting they were smashed. The sherds were triangulated today and we will keep them in situ. [M919LR.J]
-EQL607gB wrote a program that displays the data in HTML format, making the archive much more accessible during the season. We hope to be able to run this on a weekly basis so as to keep up to date with the archive and catch any errors on the make. [L630LR.J]
-LBL723we had several problems with the q-lots recently and it was noted that we had several bags with the same q number and where probably a result of misread numbers. q104, q3, q75, q60, q281, q163, and q229 had several inconsistencies and we have decided that the features are correct and will thus not effect the pottery analysis but it should be noted that these q lot may be wrong. [L722LR.J]
-LB.riL607A16 will be digging 3 squares that were previously worked on by A13: A13 1,2 and 3, which are now A16 k1, k5 and k6. Some of the features encountered in k1 and k4 will have references to A10 features, since there is a section to the West created by A10 that borders A16 k1 and k5. [L608LR.J]
-MKL723we had a small meeting about where to put new markers for use with the pit since bWP will be leaving in a few days. It was decided that several markers will be put in the north baulk of A12 and we will leave enough dirt to keep the markers in place. Vertical control points will also be put high and low so we can use them when we get further down. [L722LR.J]
-MK.rdL626Removed the following vertical control points: m2533, m2501, m2549; [L630TR.J]
-MK.rdL801removed vertical control point in k5 L731 [L816LR.J]
-MK.riL607bWP has been putting in markers for A16, and will string the squares as soon as burm and backfill removal is done. Current marker numbers are m2500 to m2506. [L608LR.J]
-MK.riL609BP completed elevations today for the 6 markers in A16. Once the computers are up we will start plotting the squares. [L630TR.J]
-MK.riL707m2502 removed [L816LR.J]
-MTL723In order to speed up the excavation of the pit fill f153, we are eliminating the removal of dirt by throwing down the dirt into A12 and then removing in during the afternoon. This technique proves to be effective but we must pay closer attention to the fill for it is easier to lose objects since the dirt is immediately thrown off the edge. [L722LR.J]
-MT.riL729we have no usable markers this low to triangulate items and have been using plumb bobs and meter tapes to relay. This method may provide inaccurate measurements. [L728LR.J]
-NLL727q150, q253, q293, q436 not used [L816LR.J]
-NL.rdL727f6 not used [L816LR.J]
-PHL607The goal of A16 is to work through Phase II to reach the palace. We are presented with two options in overall excavation strategy: should we (as A16 or as mission as a whole) concentrate on a wide exploration of Phase II which is then removed once all uncovered, OR should we consider removing immediately Phase II stratigraphy in some areas in order to uncover the palace to a larger extent. This decision, as regards A16, does not have to be made immediately: we will first uncover all Phase II buildings and then evaluate their importance before deciding to extend horizontally or descend vertically. [L608LR.J]
-PHL723Today we met with GB to discuss the strata assignment. In A15, the entire area is of phase 5b construction and they have a C burial that cut b floors, GB suggested that a long period of abandonment must have occured between b and c phases since the walls and floors of b must have been covered and not visible in phase c. This theory is especially visible in k6 where most of the k has been cut away (seen in the north section and the standing ne corner) the eastern walls are higher where the remainder of the structure only contains one brick in height. The entire area was cut by c who then built a1. In k107 the higher wall f117 appears to be of c construction and the wall below could be b or a. [L722LR.J]
-SFL607Initially the staff of A16 consists of fAB and lR; as excavation staff arrives, they will join A16 until approximately the 20th of June, when work in A9, A17 and A12 will begin. A10 starts at the same time as A16 but under the supervision of only rAH. [L630LR.J]
-SGL609In k1 we plan to excavate the SW side of the square at the corner of the wall where f4 & f7 meet in order to find the base of the wall. In k5 and k6 we will excavate inside the structure diagonally (NS) until we reach the first floors; leaving half of it unexcavated. Once we have found the floor then we will excavate the inside of the structure. [L630TR.J]
-SGL723During the meeting with gB fAB pointed out the large fissure found in the north baulk of k2 close to the western end and disscussed the possibility that this was a indication of a large structure underneath such as a wall. The fissure located in A10 and runs into A11 shows clearly that the stone foundations of the palace walls were the cause of the fissure and can indicate that the palace wall is in fact located under this fissure in k2. We plan to photograph this fissure. Yesterday we began excavating the pit seen in A12 north section (the large pit). [L722LR.J]
-SGM903Last season we decided to terminate excavations in A16 premature of our main goal; to uncover the entire stone pavement of the courtyard and understand phase 4 and phase 3 role in A16. The area was too large and instead of trying to finish excavating k110 in MZ14 we decided that it would be best to stop digging and continue in season MZ15. The strategy for this season utilizes the same project goal as last season: to uncover the stone pavement of the courtyard located in area A16. Excavations are planned for 3 weeks until September 19 followed by a 3 week study period. This should be ample time to excavate k110, which measures 8.4 x 6.4 meters with a depth of 1 meter until the stone pavement a12. The area forms a square excavated on all four sides which shows the stone pavement on 3 of the 4 sides with the western portion missing in the area of A10 (however there are a few stones in the southern end). The east baulk of k110 was left from last season because we did not fully understand the stratigraphy to remove it. Inside the baulk there appears to be two walls f215 and f214 a few courses deep but are in poor shape and difficult to identify. This season we plan to remove this baulk by making it two separate loci and level it out with the rest of k110. [M903LR.J]
-SG.rdL612The next 2-3 days excavators will be very minimal since work needs to be done on the computers. gB is leading a training class with the new students & tomorrow we will collect all the relay points of structures(walls) so we can plot soon. Excavation will still continue in f3; and in k5 to remove the feature in the whole a1; and to reach the floor that the jar (i2) sits on. We will photograph the jar in situ. The workmen will be sent to other areas to remove backfill during these 2-3 days. We will resume digging on Sat(L616). [L630TR.J]
-SG.rdL708For the box structure a6 we plan to excavate the triangular area f160 between f73 and the North baulk to see if we can find the Northern face of the structure. The remaining brickfall will be completely excavated by L709, which allows time for the final photograph of all Phase 5b structures, which will then be removed in order to expose Phase 5a structures. The wall f52 will remain since it is believed that the base of the wall is actually Phase 5a construction then reused in Phase 5b. The basis for this argument as proposed by fAB is that the Western face of the wall ends but then is continued only indented several centimeters to the East suggesting that the wall below is earlier and could belong to 5a. Bricks found on the North side of f52 suggest that it is a Phase 5a cross wall running North to South. [L708LR.J]
-SG.rdL902A section was strung across k110 to separate the locus since the area is too large to refer to it as one locus. k111 refers to the new locus on the north side of the section, and k112 is the southern portion. [L903LR.J]
-SG.rdM904While excavating k208 a few questions arose as to the phases of the material being excavated. We are uncertain whether the material left in k110 is phase 3 or 4 therefore careful excavation of the material in k208 is needed. We were using the big pick since we planned to excavate this quickly but after reviewing the situation decided that it was best to use the small pick in order to understand clearer this situation. We are hoping that the pottery can help in answering our questions. Tomorrow we plan to remove the rest of k208 with a small pick and also remove the tannur f180 and the burial a18. [M904LR2.J]
-SG.riL902we have scraped and cleaned the area in order to identify any features within k110 especially pits. We have come down in the entire area on a compact reddish brown material and on the north area we were exposing an ashy thin layer. All the pits f216 and f217 have been excavated. [L903LR.J]
-SG.riM903Last season we decided to terminate excavations in A16 premature of our main goal; to uncover the entire stone pavement of the courtyard and understand phase 4 and phase 3 role in A16. The area was too large and instead of trying to finish excavating k110 in MZ14 we decided that it would be best to stop digging and continue in season MZ15. The strategy for this season utilizes the same project goal as last season: to uncover the stone pavement of the courtyard located in area A16. Excavations are planned for 3 weeks until September 19 followed by a 3 week study period. This should be ample time to excavate k110 which measures 8.4 x 6.4 meters with a depth of 1 meter until the stone pavement. The area forms a square excavated on all four sides which shows the stone pavement on 3 of the 4 sides with the western portion missing in the area of A10 (however there are a few stones in the southern end). The east baulk of k110 was left from last season because we did not fully understand the stratigraphy to remove it. Inside the baulk there appears to be two walls a few courses deep but are in poor shape and difficult to identify. This season we plan to remove this baulk by making it two separate loci and level it out with the rest of k110. [M903LR.J]
-SNL723the north section of k105, east section of k3, and east section of k2 have been drawn by Castro. [L722LR.J]
-SN.rdL707removed baulk between k5 and k6 (east section) [L816LR.J]
-SN.riL708cI has drawn the north section of k3 and began drawing k4 north section. [L708LR.J]
-SN.riL822we are cleaning all the sections to complete the final section drawings in all a16. [L822LR.J]
-SUL802(first part) for the past few days we have been digging below strata 5b in the large khabur hallows that lie underneath the structures a1, a2, and a11 in k1, k2, k5, and k6. We have made three new loci to facilitate digging and q-lot assignment in these loci. k108 includes k2, and k6, k109 inlcudes the northern portion of k1, and k110 includes the southern portion of k1, k5 and the northern baulk of k5. The baulk seperating k2, and k6 was removed on L731 and we have assigned k108 to this whole area. A few features from a2 an a11 have not been removed and these are all located on the eastern portion of k108. f132 the wall running North-South in former k2, and f8 wall running North-South in former k6, and the southern portion of f9 wall running East-West have not been removed and defines the eastern perimeter of k108. These walls in k108 make the locus somewhat narrow. In the western portion of k108 we have left the red material which protudes approximately 60 cm east of the western baulk, which we have interpreted as bricks since a few morter lines and a few white plaster lines have been identified. This red bricky material is difficult to define due to its poor state of preservation and we have left this material to the West in case it is a phase 3 wall. We have also pedastooled the tannur f180 located in the south east corner of k108 and currenlty are 260 cm down from the beginning of the pit. While excavating inside k108 we noticed a clear line forming a circular pattern that we have defined as the cut of the pit/hallow. This cut links all the material in former k2 and k6 below a11, and a2 together since it all belongs to the same pit. This cut is marked very well by a hard compacted reddish brown material that froms no brick shapes just a massive accumulation measuring approximately 50 cm down. The material inside the circle (the fill) peels away easily from the red material and also curves slightly in at the base. [L815LR.J]
-SUL802(second part) The fill inside the circle is gray and brown, softer and full of pottery and bones. We proceeded to excavate the fill first. After 15 cm down the material became browner and 35 cm down we came down on a hard layer of clay, almost fired which was only 5-6 cm in thickness. This material chunked off with the brown material making it difficult to expose the area in its entirety with this clay. We excavated the area in some cases mixing both the brown and the clay together and underneath we hit something hard which we first interpreted as stone since this was the prediction of the courtyard. After cleaning the area we noticed that the material was not stone but fired bricks. The bricks are a pink and yellow collor and cover the bottom of the circle with a drack chunky clay material running North-South in the east. This may be a possible damaged area by the pit cut. After excavating the circle in its entirety we notices large stones forming the same shape as the cut, circular. We then decided to excavate in the southern portion of k105 since we can follow the stones from the pavement in the courtyard to better understand the relationship between the fired bricks and the stone pavement. What we found was that the stones sit ontop of the bricks and we have hypothesized that the stones were cut by the pit since the stones from the pavement form a circular shape and the bricks are below. We have two possible situations, one that the fired bricks are an earlier phase, a pavement under the palace or that the fired bricks are part of a drainage system since it is in line with the drain found in A13, and may continue underneath the eastern portion of the stone pavement. [L815LR.J]
-SY.riL802r244 and r245 did not run were deleted from file [-M726-A.J]
A0001B11L707This is a one room structure found in k5 consisting of three walls f4, f5, and f7. [L707LR.J]
A0001C01L610We began excavating f3 in k5 on the eastern side of a1. This feature contains ashy material mixed with pieces of reddish clay. The sherds encountered were in an oblique position, which suggests that it is an accumulation. Approximately 8-10cm was excavated. [L630TR.J]
A0001C01L614In a1 we are coming down on several medium size stones and bones. We have several large pieces of mud brick scattered in the area, which we are leaving pedestalled to help, understand the collapse of this structure. The two items inside a1 are large Khabur vessels; i2 is standing upright next to the wall running E-S and has three dark decoration bands on the vessel. i4 is lying on its side and has 5 decoration lines and is located in the NE corner. We removed i2 since the bottom was smashed inwards and were afraid that the sherds might be lost if left in place. Inside the fill, f23, we found seeds, pottery, a grinding stone fragment, and one tooth. We excavated a total of 15cm on the East side of the locus (in a1) and will leave the area since we are most likely either on the floor or close to it. We probably should have left the base of i2 in place but was afraid that the bottom sherds would get lost since there were many small pieces; an indentation remains where the base was standing. [L630TR.J]
A0001C01L725all of a1 has been removed except for the portion within the north baulk [L728LR.J]
A0001C03L614Originally we thought that the three walls in a1 made up a one room structure related to a living area such as a house, but it appears that it might be a burial based on the following facts: 1)The structure only has three courses of bricks but the jar i2 and the accumulation inside the structure continues to go down 2)The walls are not bonded which seems odd for a house 3)Several human bones were recovered which could have possibly washed down from a higher level or do in fact belong to a burial. Given these facts it seems most likely that this structure is a burial that has been eroded away. One interesting thing to argue against a1 being a tomb is the thickness of the walls, which are considerably thick for a burial. On the wall running W-N it is possible that there is another burial that would explain its thickness but we need to remove the eroded bricks on the surface to see. [L630TR.J]
A0001C99L614originally we thought that the three walls in a1 made up a one room structure possible a house but it appears that it is a burial based on the facts that Iko pointed out; the structure only has three courses of bricks and then stops but the pot and ^aa continues to go down. the walls are also not bonded which seems odd for a house; we are also encountering human bones which could have possibly washed down from a higher level. but given the other facts it seems most likely that this structure is a burial. one interesting thing however is the thickness of the walls which is strange for a tomb. on the wall running W-N it is possible that there is another burial that would explain its thickness; that it may not be a wall, but we have not excavated completely the area where the baulk is to the North, but it seems that there is bricky material all along that area and it seems to be a wall. In a1 we are coming down on several medium size stones and bones. we have several large pieces of mudbrick scattered in th area which we are leaving pedestalled to help understand the collapse. The two items inside a1 are large Khabur vessels. i2 is standing upright next to the wall running E-S; has three dark bands on the vessel. i4 is lying on its side and has 5 lines and is located in the NE corner. we removed i2 since the bottom was smashed inwards and was difficult to remove. inside the fill, f23, we found seeds, pottery, piece of a grinding stone and one tooth. we excavated a total of 15cm on the east side of the locus (in a1) and will leave the area since we are most likely either on the floor or close to it; we probably should have left the base of i2 in place, but was afraid that the bottom sherds would get lost since there were many small pieces; an indentation remains where the base was standing. we took a photo (v1, v1a) of the area showing both i1 and i2 in place and the relationship between the two bones (mandible and the columnar vertebrae) which are not next to each other and suggest that they do not belong to the same skeleton. view v1a shows f4 the wall where the bricks end; 4 courses of bricks are visible then stop, but i4 still continues past the bricks. [L630TR.J]
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A0001O23L614We took a photo, v1 and v1a of the area showing both i1 and i4 in place and the relationship between the two bones (mandible and the vertebra column), which are not next to each other and suggest that they do not belong to the same skeleton. View v1a shows f4 the wall where the bricks end; 4 courses of bricks are visible then stop, but i4 still continues past the bricks. [L630TR.J]
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A0004C01L625we created trenches in k2, k3, and k4 to determine the depth of the brickfall a4 since it currently covers the entire area. In k2 we have found ashy pockets mixed with the brickfall and could be the end of the brickfall. In the other loci the brickfall continues on. In k1 north section the brickfall measures 170cm in thickness making it a tedious job removing this huge thick brickfall cap in the entire A16 area. The workmen have noticed that the brickfall is changing in size, before they were uncovering small crumbly fragments of bricks but now are coming down on larger components particularly in the east side of k2. [L630TR.J]
A0004C02L708The remaining brickfall will be completely excavated by L709, which allows time for the final photograph of all 5b structures, which will then be removed in order to expose 5a structures. [L708LR.J]
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A0005B11L818Initially we found a series of holes in the same level along f52 and defined it as a drainage system. We assigned f66 to the drain hole running east to west along the north side of f52 based on a round hole along the west side of the wall and the one half brick layer form a ledge north of f52. f68 was assigned to the drain running north south that runs through f70. These features were assigned on L625 and after excavating the area it is evident that no drainage system exists and perhaps the holes that were found are caused by rodents or other small animals and misidentified as drains. [L801LR.J]
A0005C01L625A possible drain has been identified running alongside the wall f52 on the North side. We defined the bricks, which are a pinkish color and found on the south side a little niche where there are no bricks. We are presuming that this niche is an outlet area for the drain to pass through the wall. On the other side we also defined the bricks but they end about one meter from the East baulk. It is possible that the bricks collapsed and caused a jumble on the North side. [L630TR.J]
A0005C01L626We have labeled the niche found in wall f52 as f69, and currently are associating it with a drainage system a5. [L630TR.J]
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A0006C01L708In a6, the box structure, 80cms has been excavated inside. The fill of the box contains broken bricks, pottery, and animal bones. The northern face shows clear brick faces with a mud plaster coating. The faces suggest a vaulted shape inside the structure. The brickfall to the west of the structure was also excavated which exposed a clearer view of the platform at the base of the box structure that protrudes one brick and a half west of the box. [L708LR.J]
A0006C01L716We resumed excavations in the box structure (a6) today since the burial found in a9 was found 93 cm below the beginning of the bricks. This depth suggests that perhaps we have not dug deep enough to encounter the burial of a6. We initially stopped digging in a6 since we were already at 80cm and found no signs of its use nor human remains. The workman Ahkmed is working in this area and has come down on the remains of several scattered animal bones lying close to the tomb walls. The walls of the structure are still going down and we will continue to excavate until we reach the bottom of the walls f72, and f73. [L818LR.J]
A0006C01L716We temporarily halted excavations inside the "box structure" since we are 80cm deep with no indication of function. We had anticipated coming down on a burial, but to date we have not encountered any material to classify this structure as a tomb. However, since the recent discovery of tomb a9 which yielded a burial at 93cm (below the top of the tomb walls) and we presume that the box structure and a9 are contemporary, than there is still a possibility that we are simply not deep enough. We have thus reopened the "box structure" today with Ahkmed currently working in this area who has come down on several scattered animal bones lying close to the tomb walls (we took several nice photographs of these bones). The bones appear to be grave offerings, but no human remains yet. The walls of the structure are still going down and we will continue excavating until we reach the bottom of the walls f72, and f73. [L818LR.J]
A0006C02L708For the box structure a6 we plan to excavate the triangular area f160 between f73 and the North baulk to see if we can find the Northern face of the structure. [L708LR.J]
A0006D01L628k3 [L724LR.J]
A0006D03L62864 (41450 38000 - 9014 / Relay location: top of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0006D03L62865 (41556 38034 - 9135 / Relay location: top of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
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A0006D03L62868 (41384 37973 - 8395 / Relay location: top of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0006D03L62869 (41388 38135 - 8385 / Relay location: top of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0006D03L62870 (41264 38104 - 8332 / Relay location: top of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0006D03L62871 (41255 37984 - 8956 / Relay location: top of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0006D03L62872 (41297 37983 - 8315 / Relay location: top of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0006D03L62873 (41309 37941 - 8250 / Relay location: top of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
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A0007B11L702bones found in a1-possible burial [L724LR.J]
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A0009A40L712grave [L724LR.J]
A0009B11L712vaulted tomb with doorway [L724LR.J]
A0009D01L712k105 [L724LR.J]
A0009D03L714179 (41101 38000 - 8940 / Relay location: top) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714180 (41084 37985 - 8941 / Relay location: top) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714181 (40958 38001 - 8941 / Relay location: top) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714182 (41018 37946 - 8925 / Relay location: top) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714183 (40997 37880 - 8925 / Relay location: top) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714184 (41047 37442 - 8940 / Relay location: top) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714185 (41144 37893 - 8940 / Relay location: top) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714199 (41081 38036 - 8940 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714200 (41080 38000 - 8940 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714201 (40955 38017 - 8940 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714202 (40984 37998 - 8940 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714203 (40982 37880 - 8940 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714204 (40950 37829 - 8940 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009D03L714205 (41137 37896 - 8940 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
A0009G09L712f107, f108, f109, f110, i29, f167, f168, [L724LR.J]
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A0010B11L801A one room structure containing walls f96, f52, and f113 (f52 is the E-W long wall). Only a small portion of walls f96 and f113 are visible and extend into the North section where we presume they continue to form a functional one-room structure. In the wall f52, there is a doorway f70, which serves as an entryway into a10. The walls f96 and f113 appear to be curving in, almost vault-like, and are plastered on the inner surface. A measuring tape was used to measure the current bottom of the room, which measures 185cm from the base of f96 to the base of f113. The top surface was measured at 160cm, which shows that the structure widens at the bottom similar to a vaulted tomb. Since we have two vaulted tombs in close proximity, a6 and a9 it is possible that this is another tomb. However, we will not know until the area north of A16 is excavated which we anticipate in the next few seasons. a10 also functioned along with a8, and we believed that the floor f125 extended into a10 but it appears that a10 goes deeper and f125 existed only outside of the structure. [L816LR.J]
A0010B11L801this is a small one room structure utilizing f96, f52, and f113 walls as its defining parameters. The room presumably extends north past the baulk and only a small portion is accessible. The room is entered by the doorway f70 in f52 wall and appears that the room is a vaulted structure since the width of the room at the base of f96, and f113 is 185 cm and at the top of the walls is 160cm showing a difference of 25cm between the top and base width of the room. The walls of f113 and f96 are also plastered and appear to continue down. We assumed we reached the floor at the same elevation as the floor in a8 f125 but after inspecting the surface it appears that only a small portion in the doorway is a floor while the rest of a10 continues as brickfall. [L816LR.J]
A0010B11L818Initially we found a series of holes in the same level along f52 and defined it as a drainage system. We assigned f66 to the drain hole running east to west along the north side of f52 based on a round hole along the west side of the wall and the one half brick layer form a ledge north of f52. f68 was assigned to the drain running north south that runs through f70. These features were assigned on L625 and after excavating the area it is evident that no drainage system exists and perhaps the holes that were found are caused by rodents or other small animals and mislabeled as drains. [L818LR.J]
A0010O01L626v0016 [-M726-A.J]
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A0010O01M730v0079 [L818LR2.J]
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A0011A21L724s [L724LR.J]
A0011B11L724one room structure associated with a2 [L724LR.J]
A0011D01L724k2 [L724LR.J]
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A0011O03L722w0021 [W314LC.J]
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A0011O03L907w0045 [W315LC.J]
A0011O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
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A0012A21L818pv [L724LR.J]
A0012B11L818stone pavement with bricks underneath [L724LR.J]
A0012C01M922The situation below the tomb f206 is rather unclear. In this area the tomb a16 cut all the way to the stones and placed the bodies i60 i54 on top of the stones. When all of the burial was removed including the bricks of f233 and f234 on the north side it revealed to have stones below them part of a12, but these stones are lower than the rest of the pavement. One stone seen through the burial cut is at the same level of the pavement and appears that the stones either slope down or are part of a stairway/step. Between the high stones and low stones is the packing f344 characterized by its blocky structure and reddish/purple color. This packing covers the eastern area around f206 cut and it is unclear whether the stones continue under the red packing. To the south it appears that the stones are in a line and may form a corner. In k202 the stone pavement comes to a sudden end. It is unclear whether the end was intentional or that the stones were removed at a later time. The end does not form a clear line to suggest any function. [N303LR.J]
A0012C01M929The stone pavement was cut by f189, which removed the stones and exposed a series of baked bricks underneath, a24. These bricks measure 30 x 30 centimeters and alternate from a pale yellow color to an orange color with cracks running through the bricks. These bricks are baked, hard, and arranged in rows. There are 8 rows of bricks visible with some damage in the northern and southern portion. [N303LR.J]
A0012C01MX05Today I began drawing the stone courtyard starting from the NE corner working towards the west then south. This project required the help of the surveyor bp who set up a grid in lower A16. Three points were surveyed r500 - r503, which are the frame for the grid. From these surveyed nails strings were measured in using a tape measure at two meter intervals. Five strings running North-South and five strings running East to West. The last interval in the south measures less than 2 meters and the last interval in the west measures 152 centimeters. Once the strings of the grid were in place I then placed a 1x1 meter metal grid with 20 centimeter increments inplace between the corners of the strung grid, directly ontop of the stone courtyard allowing a 20cm "boxes" to measures all lines of the stones. This method although tedious (one 2x2 meter square takes between 30min-1hour and total there are 22 squares) proved to be the most accurate for drawing the stones. One simply needs to stand directly overhead the grid and draw. The scale used for this drawing is 1:2 meaning one millimeter on the graph paper measures 2cm in real space. This scale was chosen since the detail of the stones was lost when a smaller scale was used. The use of the 1:2 scale requiered 8 sheets of graph paper taped together and the use of a large clipboard. [MX05SB.J]
A0012D01L818k109 [L724LR.J]
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A0013A21L818pt [L724LR.J]
A0013B11L818large Khabur pit [L724LR.J]
A0013C01L728We are finally approaching the end of this great Khabur pit with red material f157 and f181 wall appearing in the West with gray pit fill still to the East. In k6 North section the accumulation from a2 is seen very nicely which forms a bowl. The gray from a13 pit underneath forms bands of lighter gray sloping West to East with the Western portion higher. Alternating layers of gray are seen, light gray, dark, light, dark forming a bowl shape towards the East. If this is a pit, then it is quite large for it must extend the same length to the East making the pit almost 10 meters in diameter. [L728LR.J]
A0013C01L729We met with gb today to discuss the phases, and he suggested that the fill we are excavating in k6,k5,and k2 is not a pit but large hollows created by depressions in the palace that conditioned the topography, which then was used as dumps. So they were not cut, but natural in a sense that they occurred naturally after the palace collapsed. These hollows provided a ground for dumping which was filled up with 5a material but in the lower end of the hallow we find strata 4 material underneath. This level may be the stratum to which the tannur f180 and the accumulation around it belong. fab mentioned that the tannur may be related to the tannur found in A12, which was on top of the palace wall. [L728LR.J]
A0013C01L802While excavating inside k108 we noticed a clear line forming a circular pattern, which we defined as the cut of the pit/hollow a13. This cut links all the material in former k2 and k6 (below a11 and a2) together since it all belongs to the same pit a13. A hard compact reddish-brown material that forms a massive accumulation measuring approximately 50cm in thickness marks this cut. The material inside the circle (the fill) peels away easily from the red material and also curves slightly in at the base. The fill inside the circle is gray-brown, softer and full of pottery and bones. While removing the fill of a13 we did encounter a layer of chunky hard clay. [L815LR.J]
A0013C01L902We are excavating a vertical section of this pit left in place since a2 conditioned a hump to form. This vertical section has been termed the "pillar" and we are excavating it in layers. [L903LR.J]
A0013C04L902we excavated the east baulk pillar by layers. The first feature is the interface between the accumulation from the phase 5b houses from a2 and a11 and the beginning of the pit a13. The first 30 cm contains a reddish compact layer with the brick foundations seen in the section. This layer serves as a seal between phase 5b and earlier Khabur material. The next layer contains soft ashy fill 83 cm in thickness. This material is darker than the rest of the material in the pillar and contains chunks of reddish pink clay, and flakes of charcoal a clear line between this feature and the one below is marked by a thin band of pottery. The next layer was removed which was called an interface layer between the ashy accumulation and the more compact light gray underneath. The remaining material was separated not by layers since it appears that the matrix is the same, but by 30cm increments to keep the pottery separate. We are using the pillar as a good documentation of the stratigraphy of the pit and keeping careful separation between each layer by ensuring that the area is cleaned and all pottery collected before proceeding to the next layer. The pillar was excavated by one person at a time using a ladder and a big pick. The person excavating the pillar was directed by someone below as to when the layer changed. The pillar was then scrapped and all the pottery collected with the khabur sherds separated. [L903LR.J]
A0013D01L818k108 [L724LR.J]
A0013O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
A0014A21L822ta [L831LR.J]
A0014B11L822tannur with fill and small portion of white floor [L831LR.J]
A0014C01L822After the baulk of k110 was removed (only 25 cm) we began to straighten the square since the northern end forms a hump. In straightening the area we came down of f199, a tannur sitting on a white plaster floor. The tannur is large in diameter, 90cm and has a smooth surface on both the inside and out. All that remains of the tannur is the base and the gray fill inside which contains small pieces of burned bone, and kiln waste. The white plaster floor is located on the south and east of the tannur but does not appear to continue very far and looks cut by a pit. [L822LR.J]
A0014C02L822Clean the area and Photograph the tannur (a14), and continue straightening the area. Excavate the east baulk [L822LR.J]
A0014D01L822k110 [L831LR.J]
A0015A21L831bu [L831LR.J]
A0015B11L831Ceramic jar burial with the remains of a small child inside and yielded a number of grave related objects. [L831LR.J]
A0015B11L831jar burial in northeast area [L831LR.J]
A0015C01L831The soil around the burial jar i71 was cleaned using a brush and dental pick, which exposed the large vessel resting on its side with the top portion cracked and broken. To the west of the vessel were animal bones localized in one area and we assigned these bones a separate item number i79 due to their location as a whole group and not a mixed bone lot. Three small vessels i68, i69, i77 were found around the large jar, two carinated bowls and one small jar. These vessels along with the large jar were photographed in context. The large jar i71 rests on the red clay layer approximately 10 centimeters from the stone pavement. We continued to excavate the jar since it needed to be removed before the end of the day for reasons of security. Inside the jar i71 of a15 numerous items were found along with the body of a small child i78. The items includes two bronze bracelets i72 i73, 8 metal rings i74, 9 beads i75 (one lapis bead shaped like a duck, one circular lapis bead, one red bread carved like a pair of eyes with white paint, and the rest quartz crystal beads), a metal pin i76, and a metal head piece i70. [L831LR.J]
A0015C01L831Today while excavating k110 a small circular depression was noticed in the northeast corner next to the East baulk. The area was cleaned and revealed vertical bricks in a soft sandy matrix that we labeled as a pit, f217 possibly a burial. The sandy soil f236 was first removed along with the vertical bricks, which revealed large fragments of a ceramic vessel i71. We proceeded to remove the soil from the north portion since the depression was located immediately to the south of the already excavated k109 and only 5 cm needed to be removed facilitating the excavation of the burial. In the east section, a clear pit cut was seen with loose brown fill f236 and large pieces of bricks but it were uncertain whether it extended further south. The southern area was cleaned in order to find the extent of the burial and bricky material was found with a linear fissure running north to south. A small portion of this was excavated to see if this belonged with the burial. This area did not appear to be associated with the pit and we concentrated our efforts into excavating the jar burial, which we made into an aggregate, a15. [L831LR.J]
A0015C99L831the objects in the jar were not photographed, drawn in place, nor measured separately. Larger items were relayed but overall it is unclear where the objects were located in relation to the body. Some of this information can be reconstructed but overall more consideration should be placed when excavating burials allocating enough time to properly document the situation. [L831LR.J]
A0015D01L831k110 [L831LR.J]
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A0016B11L831square tomb and fill [L831LR.J]
A0016C01L831we continued to excavate the square tomb f206 and made a separate feature for the material around the bones i60, f223. The bones i60 are badly preserved and were found scattered throughout the western end of the tomb. The bones appear to be going under the tomb and we are uncertain if it is an earlier burial or whether the edge of the tomb was misidentified. One human body i54 was found lying above the stones in the western portion along with a very nice khabur carinated gray bowl i58. To the north and south inside the tomb, brick lines were identified and this could be an earlier tomb that f206 was built on top of or that two walls were built at the bottom of the grave and later widened at the top. [L831LR.J]
A0016C01M919Today we uncovered the remains of i60, part of a burial, which was left in place from last season due to lack of time and comprehension of the situation. The bones were covered up with nylon then back-filled to protect them from the elements. This season after reviewing the tomb f206 it became visible that the pit face extended further east and therefore we had not finished excavating the fill of the tomb. The bones i60 are localized in the Eastern end of the tomb and are in an extremely fragile condition making removal difficult. When brushed they turn into white powder and we have resorted to scooping up the bones with our trowels and placing them in a box. Last season they were also in a fragile condition but after being exposed for one year they have become even more brittle. They are mixed with animal bones and several jaw fragments were recovered indicating that this is a multi-burial believed to be a re-use since the bones are found in a pile (not laid out) concentrated towards the eastern side. The main burial was found in the west suggesting that someone at a later date re-used this tomb and simply moved the older bones to the side. These bones are on top of some stones and red packing material. [N303LR.J]
A0016D01L831k110 [L831LR.J]
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A0018B11M903Child burial found below the tannur f180 in k108 resting in fetal position. This burial contained one small over fired clay jar i84 sitting upright next to the skull of the child i83. No other burial items or structures were found associated with this burial and is presumably a phase 4 burial cut into reddish material. [N303LR.J]
A0018C01M907The burial has been completely articulated, exposing the body of a small child. [M907LR.J]
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A0019B11M909Human burial with two ceramic jars in place. The bottom of the vessel i98 remains intact and was found above the head to the north of the body. The body i96 rests in the fetal position with the left shoulder in the ground head facing north. The right hand crosses over and lies next to the left shoulder. The second vessel i97 is also a jar but much more complete than i98. This vessel is white in color with a sharp neck and a rope design. The rim of the jar is in pieces and appears to mushroom out. [N304LR2.J]
A0019C01M909Yesterday we found the human remains 40cm below the bricks f276 redefining it as a burial instead of a pit. The skeleton was partially excavated which yielded two ceramic vessels. One vessel is in a poor state of conservation with many pottery sherds scattering the area. The burial was completely excavated this morning and was photographed and drawn. [-MX12-99.J]
A0019D01M908k207 [-MX12-99.J]
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A0019O01M929v0096 [-MX12-99.J]
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A0020B11M914Child burial lying across the inside of a broken/split ceramic vessel. The child was found with a pair of bronze earrings on the side of the head facing west. [N303LR.J]
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A0021A21M922bu [-MX12-99.J]
A0021C01M922Diadin is carefully articulating the bones today and you can see that some damage has occurred due to water seepage. 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. Three ceramic vessels were found with the body. One next to the feet i222 (similar to a19) and two vessels next to the head, i139 complete jar, and i157 that was under i139. The ceramic vessel i139 is in wonderful condition but i157 a cooking vessel appears fragmented. The condition of i157 is noted as fragile since it is fragmented and cracking. [N303LR.J]
A0021C01M923yesterday the burial was fully articulated and exposed. During the afternoon it was removed and three metal objects were found. Two pins around the chest region were discovered likely for a garment, and a small metal disk under the skull (a possible hair ornament). Underneath i122 more bones were discovered and at first we thought it might belong to a small child but after exposing the bones it revealed to be the head of an animal complete with teeth, jaw, and some of the skull intact. The animal bones i163 were photographed then removed. The burial walls and cut were also removed today. [-MX12-99.J]
A0021C04M922We first removed i122 and i139 since we did not want to leave the ceramic vessels exposed over night. At the lab I removed the soil inside and made them into samples i146 and i147. The jar i122 was filled with soil containing some bone fragments but i139 only contained a dirt coating at the top and when removed exposed it hollow. gB suggested that it may have been filled with liquid which evaporated leaving only a coating of soil at the very top. The burial was articulated the next day using a dental pick, brush, spoon, and an air brush. It was then photographed by gG and drawn by fLP. The jars were cleaned and labeled then sent back to the field and set in place for photographs. The burial was removed in the afternoon and three more items were found while removing the bones. Two bronze pins i158, i159 were found on each shoulder with the ends pointed at each other and i160 located under the skull. The pins are likely used to hold a garment in place and i160 a metal rounded item may possibly be a hair ornament due the item's location by the head. The metals have been sent to the conservation laboratory. [N303LR.J]
A0021O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
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A0022A21M922pt [-MX12-99.J]
A0022B11M922Large pit found in k205 that cut the stone pavement a12 creating a circular cut pit. The pit measured 2.6 meters deep and is 1.6 meters below the level of the stone pavement. The pit was noticed one meter above the stone pavement, which is presumably the beginning of the pit. The lower fill of this pit below the stones was extremely ashy, gray alternating in layers of gray ash, white ash, and brown ash. The fill was soft and moist filled with large fragments of pottery and yielded a number of items. The cut of this pit provides a wonderful window into the workings of the stone pavement and the possible drain below. Bricks are seen in the lower portion some vertically placed. [N303LR.J]
A0022B11M923Circular pit that cuts the stone pavement in k207 started approx 1 meter above the stone pavement. [-MX12-99.J]
A0022C01M922The pit continues to go down below the stone pavement and is currently 1 meter below the level of the pavement. The fill alternates from a brown ash, dark black ash, and white ash mixed with brown soil. The fill contains lots of large pottery sherds, rims, bases, burnt bones, and other objects. In the south there are two baked bricks seen in the pit wall but are most likely not linked to the other baked bricks since they are rather high in elevation and look jumbled. Below these approx 42 cm down are a line of baked bricks probably those of a24. A few look vertical. The material below the baked bricks f326 is a bright orange clay f334. This pit continues to go down and we left a section to the north but have stopped digging for the moment since we are currently one meter below the stone pavement. [-MX12-99.J]
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A0023A21M927ta [-MX12-99.J]
A0023B11M927Tannur like item found on top of a thin gray layer on the stone pavement. This feature has a rounded shape made out of clay with traces of burning on the surface. A series of small holes are found on the inner surface. The tannur suffers from damage on the eastern side and is just a fragment of the complete clay artifact. It was removed by the conservator and is currently being restored. [-MX12-99.J]
A0023B11M927tannur like feature with small circular holes on the inner surface. Retains a rounded shape made of clay and may have been used as a cooking surface. [M926LR.J]
A0023D01M927k209 [-MX12-99.J]
A0024A21M927pb [-MX12-99.J]
A0024B11M927Baked brick pavement below the stone pavement a12. [-MX12-99.J]
A0024C01M929The stone pavement was cut by f189, which removed the stones and exposed a series of baked bricks underneath. These bricks measure 30 x 30 centimeters and alternate from a pale yellow color to an orange color with cracks running through the bricks. These bricks are baked, hard, and arranged in rows. There are 8 rows of bricks visible with some damage in the northern and southern portion. The first row to the north has 3 bricks visible with the northern edges cut or eroded away. The first brick goes under the stones but the third brick to the east appear to end does not continue under the stones. In this area the bricks are immediately below the stones with a thin layer of packing material and it appears that the bricks do not continue further north. In the south the packing material increases appearing that the bricks slope down. The first 4 rows of bricks have some kind of eroded areas but the next two rows south are complete and in good condition. There are 9 bricks in each row with no clear pattern. The bricks are in line but not evenly spaced or symmetrically placed, there is also no order to the color purely arbitrary whether the orange or yellow brick was used. The last three rows in the south appear to make a sudden slope upwards with one brick row placed at a sharp slant then the next row flat. The last row contains only 2 complete bricks in view, there is however either brick mortar or the shape the packing material retained from the bricks showing traces of lines and a flat surfaces almost like a brick. When this area was poked and scraped it revealed nothing below. This may be the impression of the bricks that were removed. The rest of the southern area has traces of disintegrated bricky material but appears that the brick pavement also ends in the south. [N303LR.J]
A0024C03M929There are several arguments for the eroded areas; one that the bricks were cut by the pit a13 that left gaps of disintegrated bricks, or two that the presence of water seeped in through the cracks and eroded small areas. One eroded area measures 40 x 10 cm linear in shape running north to south across 3 rows of bricks. There is a small circular hole in one of the northern stones that may have funneled water causing the eroded bricks. It is unclear whether this circular hole is natural or man made but was in place when the stone pavement was in use and therefore inadvertently caused water to funnel through this hole and settle on the baked bricks possibly eroding them over time. [N303LR.J]
A0025A21M927bu [-MX12-99.J]
A0025B11M927Burial found in A13 pit that cut through the stones of the pavement a12. [-MX12-99.J]
A0025B11MZ01Pit that cut through the stone pavement a12 with a burial inside containing the remains of i175. This pit was partially excavated three years ago by A13 but was terminated due to the lack of time and the realization that there was a burial inside. A13 partially exposed the skull and chest region then covered it back up. It is still unclear whether this pit was created for the burial or whether it was first a pit then re-cut into a burial since the body seems tucked too far to the north for the whole pit to be a burial. The body also appears secondarily fired given that the bones are a darker color and very hard. Usually the skeletons uncovered are brittle and white, these bones are hard and solid much like cooked animal bones. The pit fill f343 is all ash with chunks of charcoal found around the body. It is possible that either the body was filled with soil then later secondarily fired from the top, or that during burial it was fired. We removed the bones after photographing them and will leave the situation as it is until next season when we have more time to excavate this fill and understand better the situation. No items were found with the burial except for several pottery sherds that are part of the fill. One sherd was lodged around the left femur, a carinated green colored rim sherd. This sherd can be found in the pottery q-lot and is seen in the drawing and photograph. [-MX12-99.J]
A0025N99MZ01The skull of i175 was excavated three years ago by A13 and re-covered. Cloth was placed on top of the bones then plastic and covered with soil to protect the bones. When uncovered this year, some damage occurred over the years. The cloth had dissolved and attached to some of the skull creating black splotches. The skull became more brittle and cracked. Evidence of water seepage was seen by the chin which contained laminations. Better methods for preserving exposed bones must be employed. Likely the best technique is to cover the bones only with soil avoiding plastic and cloth. [-MX12-99.J]
A0029O01M716v0069 [-M726-A.J]
F0001F02L611<5si q0005 [N114LR.J]
F0001F02L617<5si q0028 [N114LR.J]
F0001F02L626<5si q0134 [N114LR.J]
F0001J10L910A16w0023 [L910LR.J]
F0001J10L910A16w0039 [L910LR.J]
F0001J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0001K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0001O01L626v0012 [-M726-A.J]
F0001O01L626v0012a [-M726-A.J]
F0001O01L626v0013 [-M726-A.J]
F0001O03L626w0004 [W314LC.J]
F0001O03L905w0039 [W314LC.J]
F0001O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0001O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0001O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
F0001O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
F0001P01L609L627 [L815LR.J]
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F0002F02L612<5si q0010 [M730FAB.J]
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F0002F02L618<5si q0033 [N114LR.J]
F0002F02L618<5si q0036 [N114LR.J]
F0002F02L621<5si q0070 [N114LR.J]
F0002F02L626<5si q0133 [N114LR.J]
F0002F02R818<5si q0010-I02 [UZ15MM.J]
F0002F02R818<5si q0030-I01 [UZ15MM.J]
F0002F02R818<5si q0033-I02 [UZ15MM.J]
F0002F02R818<5si q0043-I01 [UZ15MM.J]
F0002J10L910A16w0040 [L910LR.J]
F0002J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0002K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0002O01L614v0002 [L818LR2.J]
F0002O01L626v0014 [-M726-A.J]
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F0002O01L626v0015 [-M726-A.J]
F0002O01L626v0015a [-M726-A.J]
F0002O01L708v0032 [-M726-A.J]
F0002O01M717v0073 [-M726-A.J]
F0002O01M717v0073c [-M726-A.J]
F0002O03L905w0040 [W314LC.J]
F0002O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0002O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0002O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0002O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0002O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
F0002P01L609L627 [L815LR.J]
F0003B11L707mixed with brickfall [L707LR.J]
F0003C01L610We began excavating f3 in k5 on the eastern side of a1. This feature contains ashy material mixed with pieces of reddish clay. The sherds encountered were in an oblique position, which suggests that it is an accumulation. Approximately 8-10cm was excavated. [L630TR.J]
F0003C01L611Continued excavating f3 and a complete mud brick was found in the center of a1 containing a long finger indentation along the face of the brick. The ceramic vessel i2 is still in the ground and was suggested by sB that we still have another 15-20cm to reach the base of the vessel. [L630TR.J]
F0003C01L611In k5 two workmen (cC and aBK) continued excavating the Northeast section of a1 excavating 35cm of f3 at the NE corner and are continuing at another 10cm down. They have not reached the presumed floor of this structure or any indication of soil change. [L630TR.J]
F0003C01L612We are temporarily limiting excavations in A16 since we are behind in data entry and plots. However, excavation will still continue in f3; and in k5 to remove this feature and reach the floor that the jar (i2) sits on. We will photograph the jar in place. [L630TR.J]
F0003F02L610<5si q0003 [N114LR.J]
F0003F02L611<5si i0001 [L818LR3.J]
F0003F02L611<5si q0004 [N114LR.J]
F0003F02L612<5si q0011 [M730FAB.J]
F0003F02L613<5si q0017 [M730FAB.J]
F0003F02L625<5si q0120 [N114LR.J]
F0003F02R814<5si q0011-I04 [R813LR.J]
F0003F02R814<5si q0017-I01 [R813LR.J]
F0003K05L609brownish [L815LR.J]
F0003O01L614v0002 [-M726-A.J]
F0003O01L614v0002a [-M726-A.J]
F0003O01M711v0005 [-M726-A.J]
F0003O01M711v0006 [-M726-A.J]
F0003O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0003O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
F0003O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0003O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
F0003O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0003O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0003P01L609L625 [L815LR.J]
F0004B11L707Mudbrick wall running north to east measuring 90 cm in width (2 bricks and a half). The mudbricks are 40 x 40, 10 cm in thickness. Wall is not bonded with the adjacent walls and is only a few courses deep. [L707LR.J]
F0004D03L6125 (41623 37006 - 8867 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0004D03L6127 (41533 37108 - 8867 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0004D03L6128 (41492 37198 - 8867 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0004D03L6129 (41215 37162 - 8867 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0004F02L618<5si q0037 [N114LR.J]
F0004F02L707<8ab f0012 [L707LR.J]
F0004F02L707<8ab f0027 [L707LR.J]
F0004F02L723<9bo f0142 [L723LR2.J]
F0004J02L707600 [L707LR.J]
F0004K03L609bk [L815LR.J]
F0004K05L609light brown [L815LR.J]
F0004O01L614v0002 [-M726-A.J]
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F0004O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
F0004O01L705v0027 [-M726-A.J]
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F0004O01M711v0005 [-M726-A.J]
F0004O01M711v0006 [-M726-A.J]
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F0004O03L619w0005 [W314LC.J]
F0004O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0004O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
F0004P01L609L724 [L815LR.J]
F0005B11L707Mudbrick wall running from east to south extending out of the square and heavily eroded at the edge. The wall is terraced with only a few courses seen in section. The wall is 1.8 meters in thickness and may be two unbonded walls next to each other. [L707LR.J]
F0005B11L716This wall after carefully removing the top bricks was found to actually contain two walls. The outer wall has been labeled f142 and the inner wall remained f5. In excavating the structure, it became evident that this wall does not bond with f4 wall and remains a separate wall either used for a buttress or to support the original wall. It is presumed that the wall was constructed after f142. [L818LR.J]
F0005C01L716After careful examination of this wall we have determined that it consists of two walls instead of the original one wall. This was revealed through removing the top few courses of bricks, which exposed clearly defined mortar lines delineating both walls. The outer wall has been labeled f142 and the inner wall remains f5. In excavating the structure, it became evident that this wall f5 does not bond with f4 wall and remains separate, likely used as a buttress to support the original wall. It is presumed that the wall f5 was constructed after f142. [L818LR.J]
F0005D03L61210 (41170 36982 - 8867 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0005F02L723<5si q0353 [-MX12-99.J]
F0005F02L723<8ab f0142 [L723LR2.J]
F0005J02L707200 [L707LR.J]
F0005K03L609bk [L815LR.J]
F0005K05L609light brown [L815LR.J]
F0005O01L614v0002 [-M726-A.J]
F0005O01L614v0002a [-M726-A.J]
F0005O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
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F0005O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
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F0005P01L609L724 [L815LR.J]
F0006C30L722this feature number has been wrongly assigned [R807SC.J]
F0007B11L707Mudbrick wall running west to north constructed of 40x40cm bricks, 10cm in thickness. The wall measures 157cm wide 350cm lg, consisting of four bricks in width. The wall extends out of the square into the previously excavated A10. The walls are also terraced similar to f5 and are only a few courses thick. This wall is not bonded with the adjacent walls that form a one-room structure a1. [L707LR.J]
F0007D03L61211 (41448 36937 - 8867 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0007D03L6124 (41626 37173 - 8867 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0007D03L6126 (41623 37006 - 8867 / Relay location: see sketch 8) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0007J02L707350 [L707LR.J]
F0007K03L609bk [L815LR.J]
F0007K05L609light brown [L815LR.J]
F0007O01L614v0002 [-M726-A.J]
F0007O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
F0007O01M711v0005 [-M726-A.J]
F0007O01M711v0006 [-M726-A.J]
F0007O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0007O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
F0007P01L609L724 [L815LR.J]
F0008A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0008B11L707Mudbrick wall running North to East in k6. This wall extends into the baulk at an angle. The bricks measure 40x40cm and 8cm thick. The bricks are all the same color, an orange color with several courses visible in the baulk. [L707LR.J]
F0008C03L625we have come down on some larger brick fragments in the brickfall in k2 and are wondering whether this could be possibly the same wall as f8. We took elevations of the bricky mass and it is a little higher than the wall, but not by much. We are unsure of this situation. [L630TR.J]
F0008D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0008D03L714206 (41155 37793 - 8921 / Relay location: top of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0008D03L714207 (41007 37796 - 8921 / Relay location: top of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0008F02L707>9bo f0010 [L707LR.J]
F0008J10L910A16w0039 [L910LR.J]
F0008K03L609brick, clay [L815LR.J]
F0008K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0008K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0008O01M717v0074b [-M726-A.J]
F0008O01M717v0074c [-M726-A.J]
F0008O03L701w0002 [W314LC.J]
F0008O03L701w0003 [W314LC.J]
F0008O03L905w0039 [W314LC.J]
F0008O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0008O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
F0008O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0008O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0008O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
F0008O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0008O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0008O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0008O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0008O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0008O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0008P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0009A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0009B11L707Mudbrick wall running East to South, extends out of the square and seen in previously excavated A12 North section. This wall is most likely bonded with f8. The bricks consist of the same type as f8. A small niche is visible in the Southern end of the wall, extending several centimeters out. [L707LR.J]
F0009D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0009K03L609brick, clay [L815LR.J]
F0009K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0009K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0009O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0009O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0009P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0010A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0010B11L707Mudbrick wall running West to North. The Western end consists of one brick and a half in width (55 cm) and is only one or two bricks high. 150cm to the North (four bricks over) away from the baulk, the wall extends out half a brick and continues to be 2 bricks and a half until it connects with f8. [L707LR.J]
F0010D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0010D03L714221 (41244 37712 - 8787 / Relay location: NE edge of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0010D03L714228 (41231 37395 - 8802 / Relay location: NW corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0010D03L714229 (41173 37392 - 8802 / Relay location: SW corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0010F02L707<8ab f0029 [L707LR.J]
F0010F02L707<9bo f0008 [L707LR.J]
F0010F02L723<8ab f0137 [L723LR2.J]
F0010F02L723<8ab f0140 [L723LR.J]
F0010F02L723<8ab f0143 [L723LR2.J]
F0010J02L707330 [L707LR.J]
F0010J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0010K03L609bk, clay [L815LR.J]
F0010K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0010K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0010O03L701w0002 [W314LC.J]
F0010O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0010O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0010P01L609L730 [L815LR.J]
F0011A21L609ac [L815LR.J]
F0011D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0011K05L609gray [L815LR.J]
F0011K07L609medium [L815LR.J]
F0011K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0011P01L609L722 [L815LR.J]
F0012A01L707f0027 [L707LR.J]
F0012A21L609ac [L815LR.J]
F0012B11L611Medium brown soil with large chunks of bricks and clay with some ash and medium stones. Feature is located North of a1 in k1 in the western corner. [L630TR.J]
F0012B11L707Large chunky material mixed with small pockets of ash and medium sized cobbles, lots of pieces of brick. This feature is located North of f4 and abuts the wall. We assigned it ^ac since k1 was mostly excavated by A13 in MZ12 and we were uncertain of the extent of the brickfall. Upon more consideration this feature resembles brickfall of a4. [L707LR.J]
F0012C01L611In order to find the foundation of a1 in k1 we decided to remove 15cm from the area North of the corner of a1 until the step. We called this f12 but did not finish excavating it today. Tomorrow we will remove the bricky mass on the SW corner to reach the wall and check to see if we encounter any fired bricks protruding out of the wall. We did find two stones in close proximity to the corner but appears not to be related to the mud brick wall. [L630TR.J]
F0012D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0012F02L611<5si q0007 [N114LR.J]
F0012F02L611<5si q0009 [N114LR.J]
F0012F02L707>8ab f0004 [L707LR.J]
F0012K03L609brickfall [L815LR.J]
F0012K05L609multiple [L815LR.J]
F0012K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0012K08L609silty clay loam [L815LR.J]
F0012O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0012O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0012O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
F0012O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0012O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0012O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0012P01L609L611 [L815LR.J]
F0013A21L609pt [L815LR.J]
F0013B11L707We thought this feature was a pit located on the north baulk in k2. The fill was soft in texture and located within the topsoil. This feature turned out to be an animal burrow. [L707LR.J]
F0013C01L611while removing the topsoil a small pit was identified on the Northeast corner close to the North baulk and was assigned f13. It later became apparent that this was an animal hole and not a pit; a small amount of pottery was collected. [L630TR.J]
F0013D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0013K03L609hole [L815LR.J]
F0013K03L609loam [L815LR.J]
F0013K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0013O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
F0014A21L609ts [L815LR.J]
F0014D01L609k7 [L815LR.J]
F0014K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0014K07L609medium soft [L815LR.J]
F0014K08L609silty loam [L815LR.J]
F0014O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
F0014P01L609L619 [L815LR.J]
F0015A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0015B11L707Brickfall, part of a4, covering the entire square. Large pieces of bricks scattered throughout area and having multiple colors. The bricks do not have any definate orientation but a slope is visible in section, sloping north to south with the north the highest point and also sloping from east to west with the east portion higher. [L707LR.J]
F0015D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0015F02L612<5si q0012 [M730FAB.J]
F0015F02L618<5si q0038 [N114LR.J]
F0015F02L621<5si q0069 [N114LR.J]
F0015F02L623<5si q0094 [N114LR.J]
F0015F02L624<5si q0097 [N114LR.J]
F0015F02L625<5si q0113 [N114LR.J]
F0015F02L630<5si q0160 [N114LR.J]
F0015J10L910A16w0023 [L910LR.J]
F0015J10L910A16w0039 [L910LR.J]
F0015J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0015K03L609clay chunks, brick fragments [L815LR.J]
F0015K05L609mixed red, gray, brown [L815LR.J]
F0015K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0015O01L626v0012 [-M726-A.J]
F0015O01L626v0012a [-M726-A.J]
F0015O01L626v0013 [-M726-A.J]
F0015O03L626w0004 [W314LC.J]
F0015O03L905w0039 [W314LC.J]
F0015O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0015O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0015O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0015O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0015O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0015O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0015O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0015P01L609L721 [L815LR.J]
F0016A21L609ts [L815LR.J]
F0016B11L801Topsoil approx 5-10cm in thickness then merges with brickmelt thus, this feature contains a mixture of brickmelt and topsoil. [L816LR.J]
F0016D01L609k8 [L815LR.J]
F0016F02L628>0co f0049 [L630TR.J]
F0016J10L910A16w0032 [L910LR.J]
F0016J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0016J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0016K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0016K07L609medium soft [L815LR.J]
F0016K08L609silty loam [L815LR.J]
F0016O03L627w0007 [W314LC.J]
F0016O03L821w0032 [W314LC.J]
F0016O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0016O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0016P01L609L612 [L815LR.J]
F0017A21L609ts [L815LR.J]
F0017D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0017F02L617<5si q0027 [N114LR.J]
F0017F02L618<5si q0029 [N114LR.J]
F0017F02L618<5si q0034 [N114LR.J]
F0017F02L618<5si q0035 [N114LR.J]
F0017J10L910A16w0032 [L910LR.J]
F0017J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0017K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0017K07L609medium soft [L815LR.J]
F0017K08L609silty loam [L815LR.J]
F0017O01L709v0033 [-M726-A.J]
F0017O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0017O03L710w0012 [W314LC.J]
F0017O03L821w0032 [W314LC.J]
F0017O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0017O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0017O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0017O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0017O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0017P01L609L619 [L815LR.J]
F0018A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0018B11L707Mudbrick wall running east - west in k7. The wall is constructed of a crumbly reddish brick that has deteriorated. This wall has a small niche one meter east of the western corner. The niche measures 60 by 45 cm. [L707LR.J]
F0018C01L612While observing k7, several lines were visible on the Tell's surface. We gently scraped the eroded soil away with a trowel, which exposed that these lines were three mud-brick walls forming a structure, which we have labeled as a3. Currently we are not certain of the width of f18 since we cannot find the edge to the North because of all the brickfall in the area. We do know that the southern face of this wall is very smooth and appears plastered. [L630TR.J]
F0018D01L609k7 [L815LR.J]
F0018K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0018K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0018K07L609medium soft [L815LR.J]
F0018K08L609crumbly clay [L815LR.J]
F0018O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0018O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0018O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0018P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0019A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0019B11L707Mudbrick wall running north to south on the western end. Appears to be bonded with f18 and is constructed of the same reddish crumbly brick. [L707LR.J]
F0019D01L609k7 [L815LR.J]
F0019K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0019K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0019K07L609medium soft [L815LR.J]
F0019K08L609crumbly clay [L815LR.J]
F0019O01M711v0007a [-M726-A.J]
F0019O01M711v0007c [-M726-A.J]
F0019O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0019O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0019O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0019O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0019O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0019O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0019P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0020A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0020B11L707Mudbrick wall running North to South on the eastern end. [L707LR.J]
F0020D01L609k7 [L815LR.J]
F0020K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0020K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0020K07L609medium soft [L815LR.J]
F0020K08L609crumbly clay [L815LR.J]
F0020O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0020O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0020P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0021A01L618A16f0037 [L630TR.J]
F0021A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0021B11L612Is a brickfall, which contains large chunks of crumbly brick and some fragments of basalt. This feature has not been excavated and is at the current exposed level of the Tell, only a scraping was done with a trowel. The area contains a steep slope running N-S with the brickfall at the highest point and sloping to expose the wall f18; with a jar situated in a niche or doorway. We have not assigned a feature number to the jar since it lies partly in A15 area and likely will be given to them for excavation. [L630TR.J]
F0021D01L609k7 [L815LR.J]
F0021F02L618<5si q0031 [N114LR.J]
F0021F02L728<5si q0146 [N114LR.J]
F0021F02R818<5si q0075-I01 [UZ15MM.J]
F0021J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0021J10L910A16w0040 [L910LR.J]
F0021J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0021K03L609brick pieces [L815LR.J]
F0021K05L609mixed,red gray brown [L815LR.J]
F0021K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0021K08L609coarse blocky clay [L815LR.J]
F0021O01L626v0015 [-M726-A.J]
F0021O01L626v0015a [-M726-A.J]
F0021O01L628v0021 [-M726-A.J]
F0021O01M711v0007a [-M726-A.J]
F0021O01M711v0007b [-M726-A.J]
F0021O01M711v0007c [-M726-A.J]
F0021O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0021O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0021O03L905w0040 [W314LC.J]
F0021O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0021O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
F0021O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0021O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0021O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0021O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0021P01L609L704 [L815LR.J]
F0022A40L609accumulation b [L815LR.J]
F0022B11L614inside a2, contained by walls, reddish layer mixed with gray ashy layer underneath flat sherds, located on the East side and curls up to abut the wall that is f8. [L630TR.J]
F0022B11L707accumulation within a2. This feature is a thin reddish layer mixed with a gray layer underneath that is difficult to separate. This feature is located on the eastern side of a2. [L707LR.J]
F0022D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0022F02L613<5si q0018 [M730FAB.J]
F0022F02R814<5si i0022 [R813LR.J]
F0022K05L609pinkish gray [L815LR.J]
F0022K06L6097.5YR 7/2 [L815LR.J]
F0022K07L609medium soft [L815LR.J]
F0022K08L609silty loam [L815LR.J]
F0022O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0022O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0022O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0022O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0022O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0022P01L609L722 [L815LR.J]
F0023A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0023C01L614We removed the Khabur jar today i2 and excavated the fill inside the vessel, which we labeled f23. Inside this fill, we found seeds, pottery, a grinding stone fragment, and one tooth. [L630TR.J]
F0023D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0023K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0023K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0023P01L609L614 [L815LR.J]
F0024A21L609ab [L815LR.J]
F0024B11L707Accumulation within a1 in k5. This feature lies underneath f3 and is slightly more compacted than f3 and contains less bricky material. [L707LR.J]
F0024D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0024F02L613<5si q0020 [M730FAB.J]
F0024F02L707>0co f0050 [L707LR.J]
F0024K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0024K06L6095YR 7/4 [L815LR.J]
F0024K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0024K08L609silty; granular/blocky [L815LR.J]
F0024O01L614v0002 [-M726-A.J]
F0024O01L614v0002a [-M726-A.J]
F0024O01M711v0005 [-M726-A.J]
F0024O01M711v0006 [-M726-A.J]
F0024O01M711v0006a [-M726-A.J]
F0024O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0024O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0024O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0024O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0024P01L609L717 [L815LR.J]
F0025A01L615A16f0027 [L630TR.J]
F0025A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0025B11L707Brickfall part of a4 which spread throughout the area. The brickfall consists of large bricks scattered with a minimal amount of inclusions. The brickfall slopes from east to west with the eastern portion the highest. [L707LR.J]
F0025D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0025F02L613<5si q0019 [M730FAB.J]
F0025F02L708<5si q0228 [ZA614CJC.J]
F0025F02L709<5si q0238 [N114LR.J]
F0025F02L723>0co f0101 [L723LR.J]
F0025J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0025K05L609multiple colors [L815LR.J]
F0025K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0025K08L609blocky clay with silt [L815LR.J]
F0025O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
F0025O01L626v0013 [-M726-A.J]
F0025O01L705v0027 [-M726-A.J]
F0025O01L705v0027a [-M726-A.J]
F0025O01M711v0007 [-M726-A.J]
F0025O03L619w0005 [W314LC.J]
F0025O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0025O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0025O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0025O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0025O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0025P01L609L710 [L815LR.J]
F0026A21L609bu [L815LR.J]
F0026B11L707This feature was created for the human bones i22 that were found in a1. Only a few bones were encountered which included two mandibles and some of the columnar vertebra. It is uncertain if this is an actual burial or a few bones incidentally located here. The bones have been triangulated and given an item number i22. [L707LR.J]
F0026D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0026F02L613<5si q0021 [M730FAB.J]
F0026P01L609L613 [L815LR.J]
F0027A01L615A13f0025 [L630TR.J]
F0027A01L707f0012 [L707LR.J]
F0027A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0027B11L615in k1 this is the brickfall seen in the North, East, and West sections. It slopes down under a band of natural accumulation. This feature has already been given a feature number from last season, A13f25 and contains large pieces of bricks that are well defined, mixed with small to medium cobbles, the texture is granular with some ashy material. It is currently in the West side of the locus, see sketch 5. [L630TR.J]
F0027B11L707Brickfall part of a4, which is found in the West side of k1 and seen in the North section. This feature has been mostly excavated by A13 in MZ12. [L707LR.J]
F0027C01L614tR and cC scraped the North section to find the cut between f27 and f28 and shaved off the small section in the middle of the locus to see this line better. q25 is a mixture of the two features since the baulk was shaved and was unable to keep the pottery separated; this is noted in the q log. [L630TR.J]
F0027D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0027F02L626<5si q0135 [N114LR.J]
F0027F02L707>8ab f0004 [L707LR.J]
F0027J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0027J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0027K03L609brickmelt [L815LR.J]
F0027K05L609multiple colors [L815LR.J]
F0027K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0027K08L609blocky clay with silt [L815LR.J]
F0027O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
F0027O01L626v0013 [-M726-A.J]
F0027O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0027O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0027O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
F0027O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0027O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0027O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0027O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0027O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0027O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0027O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0027O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0027P01L609L714 [L815LR.J]
F0028A21L609ac [L815LR.J]
F0028B11L707East side of k1 found in the north section. This is a gray ashy layer also seen in k2= f77. [L707LR.J]
F0028C01L614tR and cC scraped the North section to find the cut between f27 and f28 and shaved off the small section in the middle of the locus to see this line better. q25 is a mixture of the two features since the baulk was shaved and was unable to keep the pottery separated; this is noted in the q log. [L630TR.J]
F0028D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0028J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0028K05L609light reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0028K06L6092.5YR 6/4 [L815LR.J]
F0028K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0028K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0028O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
F0028O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0028O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
F0028O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0028O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0028O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0028O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0028P01L609L721 [L815LR.J]
F0029A01L618A16f0039 [L630TR.J]
F0029A21L609fa [L815LR.J]
F0029B11L707floor found underneath f22. This floor is very compacted and found in the northern portion of a2 next to the wall f10. [L707LR.J]
F0029D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0029F02L707>8ab f0010 [L707LR.J]
F0029O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0029O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0029O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0029O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0029O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0029P01L609L722 [L815LR.J]
F0030A21L609ac [L815LR.J]
F0030B11L707accumulation seen in the north section of k6 above the bricks from the wall f8. This feature is cut by the pit f31. [L707LR.J]
F0030D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0030J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0030K05L609light brown [L815LR.J]
F0030K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0030O03L701w0002 [W314LC.J]
F0030O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0030P01L609L705 [L815LR.J]
F0031A21L609pt [L815LR.J]
F0031B11L707The cut of this pit can be seen in the north section of k6; bag shaped with a rounded bottom. [L707LR.J]
F0031D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0031F02L707<0co f0033 [L707LR.J]
F0031J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0031O03L701w0002 [W314LC.J]
F0031O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0031P01L609L716 [L815LR.J]
F0032A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0032B11L707fill of the pit f31, containing layers of ash with a rounded bottom [L707LR.J]
F0032D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0032J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0032K03L609ash [L815LR.J]
F0032K05L609brown, dark gray [L815LR.J]
F0032K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0032K08L609silty loam [L815LR.J]
F0032O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0032O03L701w0002 [W314LC.J]
F0032O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0032P01L609L716 [L815LR.J]
F0033B11L707accumulation seen in north section, an ashy layer that covers the pit f31. This layer = f77 in k2. [L707LR.J]
F0033D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0033F02L707<0co f0034 [L707LR.J]
F0033F02L707>0co f0031 [L707LR.J]
F0033J10L910A16w0039 [L910LR.J]
F0033J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0033K05L609gray [L815LR.J]
F0033K06L6095YR 6/1 [L815LR.J]
F0033K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0033K08L609silty; very fine granular [L815LR.J]
F0033O03L701w0002 [W314LC.J]
F0033O03L701w0003 [W314LC.J]
F0033O03L905w0039 [W314LC.J]
F0033O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0033P01L609L716 [L815LR.J]
F0034A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0034B11L707Brickfall seen in section part of a4. [L707LR.J]
F0034D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0034F02L702<5si q0187 [N114LR.J]
F0034F02L707>0co f0033 [L707LR.J]
F0034J10L910A16w0039 [L910LR.J]
F0034J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0034K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0034K05L609light reddish brown (melted bricks)/reddish/greyish/yellow [L815LR.J]
F0034K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0034K08L609brick, silty clay loam; blocky [L815LR.J]
F0034O01L626v0013 [-M726-A.J]
F0034O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0034O03L701w0002 [W314LC.J]
F0034O03L701w0003 [W314LC.J]
F0034O03L905w0039 [W314LC.J]
F0034O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0034P01L609L705 [L815LR.J]
F0035A40L609accumulation b [L815LR.J]
F0035B11L707Accumulation found outside a2 in the Northwest side of the square. [L707LR.J]
F0035D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0035K05L609light gray [L815LR.J]
F0035K06L60910YR 7/2 [L815LR.J]
F0035K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0035K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0035O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0035O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0035O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0035P01L609L722 [L815LR.J]
F0036A21L609fa [L815LR.J]
F0036B11L707Floor found in the north eastern part of k1. [L707LR.J]
F0036D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0036J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0036K05L609white [L815LR.J]
F0036K06L60910YR 8/2 [L815LR.J]
F0036K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0036K08L609silty; fine crumb [L815LR.J]
F0036O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
F0036O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
F0036O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0036O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0036O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0036O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0036O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0036O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0036P01L609L725 [L815LR.J]
F0037A01L618A13f0021 [L630TR.J]
F0037A21L609ba [L815LR.J]
F0037B11L707Brickmelt seen in section; excavated by A13 in MZ12. [L707LR.J]
F0037D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0037J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0037K05L609light reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0037K06L6095YR 6/4 [L815LR.J]
F0037K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0037K08L609silty clay loam; granular/blocky [L815LR.J]
F0037O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0037O01M717v0073e [-M726-A.J]
F0037O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0037O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0037O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0037O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
F0037O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0037O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0037P01L609MZ12 A13 [L815LR.J]
F0038A01L618A13f0044 [L630TR.J]
F0038A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0038B11L707Dark ashy lense this layer = f77, and f33 seen in north section. [L707LR.J]
F0038B11L714This layer is a series of small layers or bands found in k1 retaining a pinkish coloring. These layers contain merging boundaries and can best be seen in the North section. These layers are also the first non-brickfall material that we encountered since they are located at the bottom of the slope in k1 with the thickest brickfall in k2 and k3. [L729SV.J]
F0038D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0038J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0038J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0038K05L609gray [L815LR.J]
F0038K06L6095YR 6/1 [L815LR.J]
F0038K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0038K08L609silty; very fine granular [L815LR.J]
F0038O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0038O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
F0038O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0038O03L716w0064 [W315LC.J]
F0038O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0038O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0038P01L609MZ12 A13 [L815LR.J]
F0039A01L618A13f0029 [L630TR.J]
F0039A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0039B11L707Pink and ashy gray lense seen in north section, excavated in MZ12. [L707LR.J]
F0039B11L714This layer is a series of small layers or bands found in k1 retaining a pinkish coloring. These layers contain merging boundaries and can best be seen in the North section. These layers are also the first non-brickfall material that we encountered since they are located at the bottom of the slope in k1 with the thickest brickfall in k2 and k3. [L729SV.J]
F0039D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0039J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0039J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0039K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0039K06L6095YR 7/4 [L815LR.J]
F0039K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0039K08L609silty; fine crumb [L815LR.J]
F0039O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
F0039O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0039O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
F0039O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0039O03L716w0064 [W315LC.J]
F0039O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0039O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0039P01L609L718 [L815LR.J]
F0040A01L618A13f0045 [L630TR.J]
F0040A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0040B11L707Dark gray lense seen in north section, excavated in MZ12. [L707LR.J]
F0040B11L714This layer is a series of small layers or bands found in k1 retaining a pinkish coloring. These layers contain merging boundaries and can best be seen in the North section. These layers are also the first non-brickfall material that we encountered since they are located at the bottom of the slope in k1 with the thickest brickfall in k2 and k3. [L729SV.J]
F0040D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0040J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0040J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0040K05L609pale yellow [L815LR.J]
F0040K06L6095Y 7/3 [L815LR.J]
F0040K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0040K08L609silty; fine crumb [L815LR.J]
F0040O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
F0040O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0040O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
F0040O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0040O03L716w0064 [W315LC.J]
F0040O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0040O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0041A01L618A13f0046 [L630TR.J]
F0041A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0041B11L707pinkish gray accumulation seen in north section, excavated in MZ 12 [L707LR.J]
F0041B11L714This layer is a series of small layers or bands found in k1 retaining a pinkish coloring. These layers contain merging boundaries and can best be seen in the North section. These layers are also the first non-brickfall material that we encountered since they are located at the bottom of the slope in k1 with the thickest brickfall in k2 and k3. [L729SV.J]
F0041D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0041J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0041K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0041K06L6095YR 7/4 [L815LR.J]
F0041K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0041K08L609silty; granular [L815LR.J]
F0041O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
F0041O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0041O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
F0041O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0041O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0041O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0041P01L609L712 [L815LR.J]
F0042A01L618A13f0048 [L630TR.J]
F0042A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0042D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0042F02R818<5si q0142-I01 [UZ15MM.J]
F0042J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0042J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0042O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0042O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0042O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0043A01L618A13f0047 [L630TR.J]
F0043A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0043B11L721This layer is a series of small layers or bands found in k1 retaining a pinkish coloring. These layers contain merging boundaries and can best be seen in the North section. These layers are also the first non-brickfall material that we encountered since they are located at the bottom of the slope in k1 with the thickest brickfall in k2 and k3. [L729SV.J]
F0043D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0043J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0043J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0043J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0043K05L609very pale brown [L815LR.J]
F0043K06L60910YR 7/4 [L815LR.J]
F0043K07L609medium [L815LR.J]
F0043K08L609silty clay loam [L815LR.J]
F0043O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0043O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
F0043O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0043O03L716w0064 [W315LC.J]
F0043O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0043O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0043O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0043O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0043O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0043O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0043O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0043P01L609L712 [L815LR.J]
F0044A01L618A13f0050 [L630TR.J]
F0044A01L618A16f0038 [L630TR.J]
F0044A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0044B11L714This layer is a series of small layers or bands found in k1 retaining a pinkish coloring. These layers contain merging boundaries and can best be seen in the North section. These layers are also the first non-brickfall material that we encountered since they are located at the bottom of the slope in k1 with the thickest brickfall in k2 and k3. [L729SV.J]
F0044D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0044J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0044J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0044J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0044K03L609ash and loam [L815LR.J]
F0044K05L609gray [L815LR.J]
F0044K06L6095YR 6/1 [L815LR.J]
F0044K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0044K08L609silty; very fine granular [L815LR.J]
F0044O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0044O03L716w0064 [W315LC.J]
F0044O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0044O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0044O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0045A01L618A16f0040 [L630TR.J]
F0045A21L609ab [L815LR.J]
F0045B11L707Accumulation inside wall structure a3, given to A15 to excavate. [L707LR.J]
F0045D01L609k7 [L815LR.J]
F0046A01L618A16f0041 [L630TR.J]
F0046A21L609ts [L815LR.J]
F0046D01L609k8 [L815LR.J]
F0046F02L618<5si q0032 [N114LR.J]
F0046F02L624<5si q0106 [N114LR.J]
F0046F02L624<5si q0110 [N114LR.J]
F0046K03L609loam with clay [L815LR.J]
F0046K03L609topsoil with brickmelt [L815LR.J]
F0046K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0046K07L609medium [L815LR.J]
F0046O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0046O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0046P01L609L624 [L815LR.J]
F0047A01L618A16f0043 [L630TR.J]
F0047A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0047B11L707Brickfall, part of a4. [L707LR.J]
F0047D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0047D03L70495 (41600 37944 - 8917 / Relay location: side) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0047D03L70496 (41608 37816 - 8899 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0047F02L613<5si i0007 [L818LR3.J]
F0047F02L627<5si q0144 [N114LR.J]
F0047F02L708<5si q0229 [ZA614CJC.J]
F0047F02L708<5si q0230 [ZA614CJC.J]
F0047F02L709<5si q0236 [N114LR.J]
F0047F02R816<5si q0052-I01 [UZ15MM.J]
F0047F02R816<5si q0183-I04 [UZ15MM.J]
F0047F02R818<5si q0042-I02 [UZ15MM.J]
F0047F02R818<5si q0179-I02 [UZ15MM.J]
F0047F02R818<5si q0203-I07 [UZ15MM.J]
F0047J10L910A16w0040 [L910LR.J]
F0047J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0047O01L626v0014 [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01L626v0014a [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01L626v0015 [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01L626v0015a [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01L628v0022 [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01L705v0028 [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01L705v0028a [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01L708v0032 [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01L708v0032a [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01M717v0073 [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01M717v0073b [-M726-A.J]
F0047O01M717v0073c [-M726-A.J]
F0047O03L825w0030 [W314LC.J]
F0047O03L826w0031 [W314LC.J]
F0047O03L905w0040 [W314LC.J]
F0047O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0047O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0047O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0047O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0047O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0047P01L609L710 [L815LR.J]
F0048A01L618A16f0042 [L630TR.J]
F0048A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0048B11L707Brickfall, part of a4. [L707LR.J]
F0048C01L707Three lithic grinding stones were found in f48 brickfall. These items have been labeled as components C1,C2,C3 and a photo has been taken showing the position in which they were recovered within the brickfall. These three lithic grinding stones may belong to the same artifact and shows the slope of the brickfall. [L816LR.J]
F0048D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0048F02L613<5si i0006 [L818LR3.J]
F0048F02L708<5si q0227 [ZA614CJC.J]
F0048F02R818<5si q0227-I02 [UZ15MM.J]
F0048O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0048P01L609L710 [L815LR.J]
F0049A21L801ly [L801LR.J]
F0049A40L609^ac [L815LR.J]
F0049B11L628Accumulation below the brickfall a4. Contains charcoal, chunks of red clay, small stones, pottery and bone inclusions. Accumulation is soft in texture; with ashy inclusions and contains large brick components that are larger and more complete than in the brickfall. This feature slopes down and is best seen in the north and east sections. [L630TR.J]
F0049B11L801Brick melt layer mislabeled as accumulation. This feature covers the brickfall a4, and is in a sense brickfall but just the top portion which after years of exposure to the elements broke down faster than the brickfall below leaving a soil granular in texture with small chunks of multi colored bricks and sherd inclusions. The brickmelt ranges in thickness since it is found on a slope ranging from 78-120cm in thickness, being thicker on the north side. In section the feature appears to have a rain marked texture looks like blobs of clay melted and clumped together. [L816LR.J]
F0049B11L801brickmelt consisting of a medium blocky structure with chunks of different color clay melted together. When dry this is very difficult to crush, and sticks to the fingers when wet. Silty clay texture. [L801LR.J]
F0049D01L609k8 [L815LR.J]
F0049D06L6289134 top 9042 @bottom [L630TR.J]
F0049F02L625<5si q0122 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L625<5si q0123 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L626<5si q0136 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L626<5si q0137 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L626<5si q0138 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L627<5si i0021 [L818LR3.J]
F0049F02L627<5si q0142 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L627<5si q0143 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L628<0co f0016 [L630TR.J]
F0049F02L630<5si q0156 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L630<5si q0161 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L630<5si q0162 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L630<5si q0165 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L728<5si q0147 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L728<5si q0154 [N114LR.J]
F0049F02L728<5si q0155 [N114LR.J]
F0049J10L910A16w0032 [L910LR.J]
F0049J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0049K03L609brickmelt [L815LR.J]
F0049K05L609multiple [L815LR.J]
F0049K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0049K08L609silty blocky clay [L815LR.J]
F0049O01L701v0024 [-M726-A.J]
F0049O03L627w0007 [W314LC.J]
F0049O03L821w0032 [W314LC.J]
F0049O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0049O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0049O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0049O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0049O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0049P01L609L630 [L815LR.J]
F0050A01L618A16f0044 [L630TR.J]
F0050A21L609aa [L815LR.J]
F0050D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0050F02L707<0co f0024 [L707LR.J]
F0050F02L707>0co f0051 [L707LR.J]
F0050K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0050K06L6097.5YR 7/4 [L815LR.J]
F0050K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0050K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0050O01M711v0005 [-M726-A.J]
F0050O01M711v0006 [-M726-A.J]
F0050O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0050O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0050O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0050P01L609L624 [L815LR.J]
F0051A21L609fa [L815LR.J]
F0051C01L625It appears that there is another floor under f51 approximately 10 to 12cm below. [L630TR.J]
F0051D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0051F02L612<5si i0002 [L818LR3.J]
F0051F02L624<5si q0109 [N114LR.J]
F0051F02L707<0co f0050 [L707LR.J]
F0051F02L707>0co f0064 [L707LR.J]
F0051K05L609white [L815LR.J]
F0051K06L60910YR 8/1 [L815LR.J]
F0051K07L609very hard [L815LR.J]
F0051K08L609silty; fine crumb [L815LR.J]
F0051O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0051O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0051O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0051O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0051O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0051O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0051P01L609L625 [L815LR.J]
F0052A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0052B11L707Mudbrick wall running east to west, 60 cm thick (one brick and a half). The wall is constructed with uniform colored bricks clearly distinguishable from the gray mortar. The wall appears to continue going down with the top elevation at 9178. [L707LR.J]
F0052B11L801this is a mud brick wall running East to West composed of reddish pink bricks averaging 37cm in length and 10cm in thickness with light gray mortar fill. The width of the wall is one whole brick and a half with a current height of 21 brick courses. It is possible that a second, earlier wall is underneath this wall slightly shorter in length, but it is unclear. The wall shows two areas of collapse and stress; one in the western end where the bricks appear to be lesser in length at the bottom (15-20 cm) causing the top bricks from the wall to shift down from the pressure, and the second, in the Northeast where the bricks collapsed from the doorway. The Northeast area is unclear for this reason. This wall is part of a10. [L816LR.J]
F0052C01L625While looking at this wall we have defined the bricks on the north surface and noticed that there are not bricks in the middle, creating a niche. We have identified a possible drain that runs along the north side of the wall and presume that the niche is an outlet for the water to run through the wall. [L630TR.J]
F0052C02L708we plan on removing all phase 5b structures but plan on leaving f52 since the base of the wall is actually a 5a construction that was re-used in 5b. The basis for this argument as proposed by fab is that the Western face of the wall ends but then is continued at a lower elevation but is indented several centimeters to the East suggesting that the wall below is earlier and could belong to 5a. Bricks found on the North side of f52 suggest that it is a 5a cross wall running North to South. [L708LR.J]
F0052D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0052D03L61251 (41180 38843 - 9185 / Relay location: top of wall) [L620LR-R.J]
F0052D03L61252 (41236 38563 - 9148 / Relay location: corner of wall) [L620LR-R.J]
F0052D03L61253 (41285 38578 - 9148 / Relay location: corner of wall) [L620LR-R.J]
F0052F02L707<0co f0053 [L707LR.J]
F0052F02L707<8ab f0054 [L707LR.J]
F0052F02L801<8ab f0125 [L816LR.J]
F0052F02L801>9bo f0096 [L816LR.J]
F0052F02L801>9bo f0113 [L816LR.J]
F0052J02L707310 [L707LR.J]
F0052J10L910A16w0032 [L910LR.J]
F0052K03L609bk [L815LR.J]
F0052K03L609clay [L815LR.J]
F0052K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0052K06L6097.5yr7/4 [L815LR.J]
F0052K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0052K08L801clay massive structure, straw inclusions [L801LR.J]
F0052O01L626v0016 [-M726-A.J]
F0052O01L626v0016a [-M726-A.J]
F0052O01L701v0024 [-M726-A.J]
F0052O01L701v0024 [L818LR2.J]
F0052O01L709v0033 [-M726-A.J]
F0052O01L709v0033a [-M726-A.J]
F0052O01M730v0084 [L818LR2.J]
F0052O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0052O03L710w0012 [W314LC.J]
F0052O03L821w0032 [W314LC.J]
F0052O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0052O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
F0052O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0052O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0052O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0052O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0052P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0053A01L707f0056 [L707LR.J]
F0053A21L609ad [L815LR.J]
F0053B11L707located on the south side of f52 - this feature was later defined as brickmelt f55. [L707LR.J]
F0053D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0053F02L621<5si q0073 [N114LR.J]
F0053F02L707>0co f0052 [L707LR.J]
F0053O01L626v0016 [-M726-A.J]
F0053O01L626v0016a [-M726-A.J]
F0053O01L626v0016b [-M726-A.J]
F0053P01L609L621 [L815LR.J]
F0054A01L707f0061 [L707LR.J]
F0054A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0054B11L707Brickfall found on the North side of f52, part of a4. The wall to the South contains this brickfall. [L707LR.J]
F0054D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0054F02L621<5si q0071 [N114LR.J]
F0054F02L707>8ab f0052 [L707LR.J]
F0054F02L801>0co f0096 [L816LR.J]
F0054F02L801>0co f0113 [L816LR.J]
F0054F02L801>0co f0130 [L816LR.J]
F0054J10L910A16w0032 [L910LR.J]
F0054J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0054O01L626v0016 [-M726-A.J]
F0054O01L626v0016a [-M726-A.J]
F0054O01L626v0016b [-M726-A.J]
F0054O01L709v0033 [-M726-A.J]
F0054O01L709v0033a [-M726-A.J]
F0054O03L710w0012 [W314LC.J]
F0054O03L821w0032 [W314LC.J]
F0054O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0054O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0054O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
F0054P01L609L624 [L815LR.J]
F0055A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0055D01L619k3 [F-L819.J]
F0055F02L623<5si q0095 [N114LR.J]
F0055F02L624<5si q0098 [N114LR.J]
F0055F02L625<5si q0114 [N114LR.J]
F0055F02L625<5si q0118 [N114LR.J]
F0055F02R816<5si q0095-I01 [UZ15MM.J]
F0055F02R816<5si q0098-I02 [UZ15MM.J]
F0055F02R816<5si q0118-I02 [UZ15MM.J]
F0055F02R818<5si q0084-I04 [UZ15MM.J]
F0055J10L910A16w0040 [L910LR.J]
F0055J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0055K03L609brickmelt [L815LR.J]
F0055K05L609multiple [L815LR.J]
F0055K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0055K08L609silty blocky clay [L815LR.J]
F0055O01L626v0014 [-M726-A.J]
F0055O01L626v0014a [-M726-A.J]
F0055O01L626v0015 [-M726-A.J]
F0055O01L626v0015a [-M726-A.J]
F0055O01L708v0032 [-M726-A.J]
F0055O01L708v0032a [-M726-A.J]
F0055O01M717v0073 [-M726-A.J]
F0055O01M717v0073c [-M726-A.J]
F0055O03L905w0040 [W314LC.J]
F0055O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0055O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0055O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0055P01L609L625 [L815LR.J]
F0056A01L707f0053 [L707LR.J]
F0056A21L619ly [F-L819.J]
F0056B11L707Melted brick layer, part of the brikfall a4. [L707LR.J]
F0056D01L619k4 [F-L819.J]
F0056J10L910A16w0032 [L910LR.J]
F0056J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0056O01L709v0033 [-M726-A.J]
F0056O01M717v0073b [-M726-A.J]
F0056O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0056O03L710w0012 [W314LC.J]
F0056O03L821w0032 [W314LC.J]
F0056O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0056O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0056P01L609L705 [L815LR.J]
F0057A21L619ts [F-L819.J]
F0057B11L714The top layer of soil found in k1, due to the contamination of this feature it has been removed quickly utilizing a large pick. [L729SV.J]
F0057D01L619k1 [F-L819.J]
F0057J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0057J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0057K05L609light brown [L815LR.J]
F0057K06L6097.5R 6/4 [L815LR.J]
F0057K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0057K08L609silt loam [L815LR.J]
F0057O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
F0057O01M717v0073b [-M726-A.J]
F0057O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0057O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0057O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0057O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
F0057O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0057O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0057O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0057P01L609L626 [L815LR.J]
F0058A21L619ab [F-L819.J]
F0058B11L707A granular layer with scattered charcoal found to the south of the wall f52 and under f53. [L707LR.J]
F0058B11L801doorway [L816LR.J]
F0058B11L801this soil when dry is hard to crush and forms into small clumps, it holds together in medium granular structure and when wet is sticky, easy to crush. This soil contains different color clay inclusions [L801LR.J]
F0058D01L619k4 [F-L819.J]
F0058F02L621<5si q0072 [N114LR.J]
F0058F02L624<5si q0107 [N114LR.J]
F0058F02L625<5si q0115 [N114LR.J]
F0058F02R818<5si q0107-I02 [UZ15MM.J]
F0058J01L801137 [L816LR.J]
F0058J03L80180 [L816LR.J]
F0058J10L910A16w0032 [L910LR.J]
F0058K05L801light yellowish brown (dry) olive brown (wet) [L801LR.J]
F0058K06L60910yr6/3 dry [L815LR.J]
F0058K06L80110yr4/3 wet [L801LR.J]
F0058K07L801hard to crush when dry [L801LR.J]
F0058K07L801medium hard [L801LR.J]
F0058K08L619silty clay loam [F-L819.J]
F0058O03L710w0012 [W314LC.J]
F0058O03L821w0032 [W314LC.J]
F0058O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0058P01L609L625 [L815LR.J]
F0059A21L619is [F-L819.J]
F0059B11L707This feature is an indentation in the floor f51 in which the floor slopes down. [L707LR.J]
F0059D01L619k5 [F-L819.J]
F0059F02L624<5si q0108 [N114LR.J]
F0059P01L609L624 [L815LR.J]
F0060A21L707pt [L707LR.J]
F0060B11L609compact with silty patches [L815LR.J]
F0060B11L707Pit containing large chunks of bricks and individual bricks lying in oblique angles with pockets of soft material in-between the brick masses. The pit appears to cut the wall f52 and the brickfall to the North. [L816LR.J]
F0060B11L707Pit found in the North side of wall f52. The pit measures approx 50 x 40cm and is next to the wall. The pit is irregular in shape with many jumbled brick faces. This pit may be related to the drainage system a5. [L707LR.J]
F0060D01L619k4 [F-L819.J]
F0060F02L624<5si i0019 [L818LR3.J]
F0060F02L716<5si q0302 [-MX12-99.J]
F0060O01L709v0033a [-M726-A.J]
F0060O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0060O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0060O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0060O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0060P01L609L716 [L815LR.J]
F0061A01L707f0054 [L707LR.J]
F0061A21L619bf [F-L819.J]
F0061B11L707brickfall next to the wall on the western side. This feature is part of the brickfall a4. [L707LR.J]
F0061D01L619k4 [F-L819.J]
F0062A21L619fb [F-L819.J]
F0062B11L707Floor under f51, of medium compaction on which two stones sit. [L707LR.J]
F0062D01L619k5 [F-L819.J]
F0062F02L707<0co f0064 [L707LR.J]
F0062K05L609white [L815LR.J]
F0062K06L60910YR 8/1 [L815LR.J]
F0062K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0062K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0062O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0062O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0062O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0062O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0062O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0063A21L619st [F-L819.J]
F0063B11L707Large components two large stones and a few bricks that may be in line. [L707LR.J]
F0063C01L625It appears that there is another floor under f51 approximately 10 to 12cm below. We also have two large stones associated with this floor; this is f63 and one stone that has been removed but a depression is still visible and you can see f51 sloping down. [L630TR.J]
F0063D01L619k5 [F-L819.J]
F0063K03L609li [L815LR.J]
F0063K05L609white [L815LR.J]
F0063O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0063O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0063O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0063O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0063O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0064A21L619aa [F-L819.J]
F0064B11L707Accumulation above f62 and under f51. [L707LR.J]
F0064D01L619k5 [F-L819.J]
F0064F02L625<5si q0121 [N114LR.J]
F0064F02L707<0co f0051 [L707LR.J]
F0064F02L707>0co f0062 [L707LR.J]
F0064K05L609light gray [L815LR.J]
F0064K06L60910YR 7/2 [L815LR.J]
F0064K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0064K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0064O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0064O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0064P01L609L625 [L815LR.J]
F0065A40L625accumulation d [F-L819.J]
F0065B11L707Accumulation on the west side of the square. It consists of bricky material with ash, may be part of brikfall a4. [L707LR.J]
F0065D01L625k4 [F-L819.J]
F0065F02L625<5si q0124 [N114LR.J]
F0065K03L609brickfall [L815LR.J]
F0065K05L609multiple colors [L815LR.J]
F0065K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0065K08L609blocky silty clay [L815LR.J]
F0065O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0065P01L609L625 [L815LR.J]
F0066A21L625is [F-L819.J]
F0066B11L707Drain running east to west on the north side of f52 that f60 is related to. [L707LR.J]
F0066D01L625k4 [F-L819.J]
F0066K03L609hole [L815LR.J]
F0066O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0066P01L609L707 [L815LR.J]
F0067A40L625platform [F-L819.J]
F0067B11L707Brick bench next to the wall f52 and north of it. [L707LR.J]
F0067B11L708one brick extension North from the wall f52, a possible bench. Elevation at top 9094 and is several courses deep. [L708LR.J]
F0067C40L818we first described this feature as a brick plaform since several bricks were lying flat and showed a difference from brickfall. After excavating the area only two-three flat bricks at the top were actual bricks (which we have defined as wall f113) f67 refers then to the half brick ledge located north of f52 which we thought continued north but only runs east-west along the north side of f52. [L801LR.J]
F0067D01L625k4 [F-L819.J]
F0067J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0067K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0067O01M717v0073b [-M726-A.J]
F0067O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0067O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0067O03L907w0046 [W315LC.J]
F0067O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0067O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0067O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0067O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0067P01L609L707-current [L815LR.J]
F0068A21L625is [F-L819.J]
F0068B11L708drain running north to south [L708LR.J]
F0068D01L625k4 [F-L819.J]
F0068K03L609hole [L815LR.J]
F0068O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0068O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0068P01L609L707 [L815LR.J]
F0069A21L625a [F-L819.J]
F0069B11L708accumulation inside the niche on the south side of the wall f52 [L708LR.J]
F0069B11L801accumulation found inside f70 the niche/doorway. It is an extension of f81 accumulation in a8 with the same charcoal inclusion only assigned a different feature number due to location in the doorway. [L816LR.J]
F0069D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0069O01L701v0024 [-M726-A.J]
F0069O01L709v0033 [-M726-A.J]
F0069O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
F0069P01L609L626-current [L815LR.J]
F0070A21L609is [L815LR.J]
F0070B11L708niche at the base of the wall f 52, found on the southside of the wall and contains no bricks. [L708LR.J]
F0070B11L801Doorway built into f52 mud-brick wall, which we first referred to as a "niche" belonging to a drainage system. It is clear, based on height and width that it is in fact a doorway leading into the one room structure a10. [L816LR.J]
F0070C04L801We have carefully examined this feature to find indications for a wood frame that would have supported the door. However, nothing was found. We have partially excavated this feature due to the damage it would cause to the wall if we excavated all the soil out of the doorway. We have left a diagonal section inside the doorway. [L816LR.J]
F0070D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0070O01L701v0024 [-M726-A.J]
F0070O01L709v0033 [-M726-A.J]
F0070P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0071A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0071B11L628brickfall, larger brick material, more compact, pinkish-gray and crumbly red brick chunks. [L630TR.J]
F0071B11L708brickfall underneath the brickmelt f49 part of a4 [L708LR.J]
F0071D01L609k8 [L815LR.J]
F0071F02L627<5si q0145 [N114LR.J]
F0071O01L701v0024 [L818LR2.J]
F0071O01L701v0024b [-M726-A.J]
F0071P01L609L627 [L815LR.J]
F0072A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0072B11L708southern wall running west to east of the possible tomb or cistern. The wall is constructed of mudbricks five bricks and a half in lenght and appears to be vaulted. [L708LR.J]
F0072D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0072F02L723<8ab f0140 [L723LR2.J]
F0072F02L801<8ab f0168 [L816LR.J]
F0072K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0072K05L609brownish red [L815LR.J]
F0072K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0072K08L609cl [L815LR.J]
F0072O01L628v0022 [-M726-A.J]
F0072O01L628v0022a [-M726-A.J]
F0072O01L705v0028 [-M726-A.J]
F0072O01L705v0028a [-M726-A.J]
F0072O01L705v0028b [-M726-A.J]
F0072O01L708v0032 [-M726-A.J]
F0072O01L708v0032a [-M726-A.J]
F0072O01M717v0073c [-M726-A.J]
F0072O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0072O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0072O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0072P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0073A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0073B11L708northern mudbrick wall running west to east of the possible tomb or cistern. [L708LR.J]
F0073D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0073D03L714231 (41572 37935 - 8940 / Relay location: NW corner A6) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0073F02L723<8ab f0140 [L723LR.J]
F0073K03L609bk [L815LR.J]
F0073K05L609brownish red [L815LR.J]
F0073K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0073K08L609cl [L815LR.J]
F0073O01L628v0022 [-M726-A.J]
F0073O01L628v0022a [-M726-A.J]
F0073O01L628v0022b [-M726-A.J]
F0073O01L705v0028 [-M726-A.J]
F0073O01L705v0028a [-M726-A.J]
F0073O01L705v0028b [-M726-A.J]
F0073O01L708v0032 [-M726-A.J]
F0073O01L708v0032a [-M726-A.J]
F0073O01M717v0073c [-M726-A.J]
F0073O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0073O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0073O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0073P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0074A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0074B11L708accumulation in-between f72 and f73 inside structure a6. Contains a large number of bricks that are from the possible collapse of the vault. [L708LR.J]
F0074D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0074F02L630<5si q0159 [N114LR.J]
F0074F02L708<5si q0226 [ZA614CJC.J]
F0074F02L723>0co f0141 [L723LR.J]
F0074K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0074K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0074K08L609silty clay loam [L815LR.J]
F0074O01L628v0022 [-M726-A.J]
F0074O01L628v0022a [-M726-A.J]
F0074O01L628v0022b [-M726-A.J]
F0074O01L705v0028 [-M726-A.J]
F0074O01L705v0028a [-M726-A.J]
F0074O01L705v0028b [-M726-A.J]
F0074O01L708v0032 [L818LR2.J]
F0074O01L708v0032a [-M726-A.J]
F0074O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0074O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0074O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0074O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0074P01L609L722 [L815LR.J]
F0075A21L609be [L815LR.J]
F0075A40L708wall [L708LR.J]
F0075B11L708wall or bench in the west side of k8 that links up with the curving wall in A15. This wall is half a brick in width with only the top portion resembling brick, the rest is compacted mud. [L708LR.J]
F0075D01L609k8 [L815LR.J]
F0075D03L70493 (40431 38472 - 9021 / Relay location: side) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0075D03L70494 (40560 38413 - 9021 / Relay location: side) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0075D03L714196 (40485 38383 - 8951 / Relay location: end) [L715LR-R.J]
F0075D03L714211 (40772 38436 - 8945 / Relay location: close to base) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0075D03L714212 (40471 38394 - 8900 / Relay location: base of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0075O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0075O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0075O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0075O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0075P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0076A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0076B11L701Pinkish gray accumulation above a layer of gray ash approximately 15cm deep in thickness. This layer is found on the eastern side of k2 sloping up at the eastern side and down in the west. The layer was accidentally cut through in the western portion since it merges with the brickfall a4 and was difficult to distinguish clear boundaries. The layer is seen in k6 N section under the brickfall and is equal to f33 in k6. [L701LR.J]
F0076B11L708layer of pink accumulation top elevation m2598-156. this layer is underneath the brickfall and above the charcoal layer f77. [L708LR.J]
F0076D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0076J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0076K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0076K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0076K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0076O01L626v0012 [-M726-A.J]
F0076O01L626v0012a [-M726-A.J]
F0076O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0076O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0076O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0076P01L609L701 [L815LR.J]
F0077A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0077B11L708charcoal layer under f76. Soft in texture [L708LR.J]
F0077D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0077F02L708>0co f0086 [L708LR.J]
F0077F02L712<5si q0270 [-MX12-99.J]
F0077J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0077K03L609ash/charcoal [L815LR.J]
F0077K05L609gray [L815LR.J]
F0077K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0077K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0077O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0077O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0077O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0077O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0077P01L609L711 [L815LR.J]
F0078A01L708f0084 [L708LR.J]
F0078A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0078B11L708brickfall in west side of square part of a4 [L708LR.J]
F0078D01L609k8 [L815LR.J]
F0078F02L715<5si q0289 [-MX12-99.J]
F0078K03L609brick pieces [L815LR.J]
F0078K05L609multiple colors [L815LR.J]
F0078K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0078K08L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0078O01L701v0024 [L818LR2.J]
F0078O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0078P01L609L715 [L815LR.J]
F0079A21L609pf [L815LR.J]
F0079B11L708platform or wall at the base of the box structure with the same alignment. Appears to be plastered and is one brick and a half in width. [L708LR.J]
F0079D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0079K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0079K05L609gray [L815LR.J]
F0079K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0079O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0079O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0079O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0079O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0079O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0079P01L609L702 [L815LR.J]
F0080A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0080B11L708Thin mud wall similar to f75. Is half a brick in width with only the top portion resembling brick the rest appears to be compacted mud. Appears to abut f52 and f89 the hearth. [L708LR.J]
F0080B11L801Pize wall made of compacted mud with some whole brick, pottery, and bone inclusions. The wall has six half bricks at the top measuring 22cm in width. This wall abuts f52 on the east side and measures 100cm in height. On the bottom of the wall contains some crumbly bricks and it is uncertain if this is the end of the wall or still part of the wall. This crumbly brick measures 48cm in thickness. At the south end of the wall, more of the reddish pink brick is found similar to the bricks in f52 and f96. These bricks bond with the compacted mud, which forms the brick pillar and the hearth, which sits on top of the brick pillar. This wall is part of a8. [L816LR.J]
F0080D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0080D03L70487 (41004 38664 - 9047 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0080D03L70488 (41011 38630 - 9047 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0080D03L70489 (41095 38618 - 9047 / Relay location: middle side) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0080D03L70490 (41208 38614 - 9047 / Relay location: end) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0080D03L70491 (41213 38596 - 9034 / Relay location: end) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0080D03L70492 (41093 38593 - 9034 / Relay location: middle side) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0080F02L801<8ab f0089 [L816LR.J]
F0080F02L801<8ab f0125 [L816LR.J]
F0080J01L801100 [L816LR.J]
F0080J03L80122 [L816LR.J]
F0080K03L609mud [L815LR.J]
F0080K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0080O01L709v0033 [-M726-A.J]
F0080O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0080O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0080O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0080O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0080O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0080P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0081A21L609aa [L815LR.J]
F0081B11L708accumulation in between f80 and f93. Contains charcoal inclusions and is soft in texture. [L708LR.J]
F0081D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0081F02L708<5si q0232 [N114LR.J]
F0081F02L801<0co f0126 [L816LR.J]
F0081F02L801>0co f0102 [L816LR.J]
F0081J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0081J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0081K05L609medium brown [L815LR.J]
F0081K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0081K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0081O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0081O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0081O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0081O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0081O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0081O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0081P01L609L718 [L815LR.J]
F0082A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0082B11L708brickmelt on the west side of f80, chunks of bricky material and more granular in texture [L708LR.J]
F0082D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0082F02R814<5si q0197-I01 [R813LR.J]
F0082F02R814<5si q0202-I04 [R813LR.J]
F0082K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0082K05L609gray red brown [L815LR.J]
F0082K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0082K08L609bricky [L815LR.J]
F0082O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0082P01L609L715 [L815LR.J]
F0083A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0083B11L708brickfall in the west part of k105, same as f21, part of a4 [L708LR.J]
F0083D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0083F02L702<5si q0188 [N114LR.J]
F0083F02L723>0co f0099 [L723LR.J]
F0083K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0083K05L609gray red brown [L815LR.J]
F0083K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0083K08L609bricky [L815LR.J]
F0083O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0083P01L609L708 [L815LR.J]
F0084A01L708f0078 [L708LR.J]
F0084A21L609bf [L815LR.J]
F0084B11L708brickfall in the east part of k105, part of a4 [L708LR.J]
F0084D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0084F02L702<5si q0189 [N114LR.J]
F0084F02L702<5si q0190 [N114LR.J]
F0084F02L708<5si q0231 [ZA614CJC.J]
F0084F02L709<5si q0235 [N114LR.J]
F0084K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0084K05L609gray red brown [L815LR.J]
F0084K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0084K08L609bricky [L815LR.J]
F0084O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0084P01L609L710 [L815LR.J]
F0085A21L609pt [L815LR.J]
F0085B11L708small pit in the north west corner, 15 cm deep [L708LR.J]
F0085D01L609k8 [L815LR.J]
F0085K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0085K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0085O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0086A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0086B11L708pink layer underneath f77 charcoal layer [L708LR.J]
F0086D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0086F02L708<0co f0077 [L708LR.J]
F0086J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0086K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0086K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0086K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0086O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0086O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0086O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
F0086O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0086P01L609L714 [L815LR.J]
F0087A21L708plaster [L708LR.J]
F0087B11L708mud plaster on top of f72 covering ts western portion [L708LR.J]
F0087D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0087D06L7089013 @bottom [L708LR.J]
F0087K03L609plaster [L815LR.J]
F0087K05L609light brown [L815LR.J]
F0087K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0087K08L609smooth [L815LR.J]
F0087O01L711v0034 [-M726-A.J]
F0087O01L711v0034a [-M726-A.J]
F0087O01L711v0034b [-M726-A.J]
F0088A01L708f0092 [L708LR.J]
F0088A21L609fc [L815LR.J]
F0088B11L708floor found on the northern side of a3, outside floor with rolling elevations. [L708LR.J]
F0088D01L609k7 [L815LR.J]
F0088F02L710<5si q0252 [-MX12-99.J]
F0088K03L609beaten earth [L815LR.J]
F0088K05L609light gray [L815LR.J]
F0088K06L60910YR711 [L815LR.J]
F0088K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0088K08L609smooth and silty [L815LR.J]
F0088P01L609L710 [L815LR.J]
F0089A21L609is [L815LR.J]
F0089B11L708possible hearth on top of several bricks forming a square. [L708LR.J]
F0089B11L801A mud brick installation constructed of similar bricks as f96 and f52 walls. The pize wall f80 bonds with this installation on the northern side of f89, forming an attachment that is wider than the pize wall. The "pillar"- like installation is constructed of 13 brick courses in height (128cm) and is 60cm in width, containing a small mud brick construction at the top with two bricks laying flat with a smooth groove running in the center east-west. Another brick lies flat on top of the other bricks. The material resembles a tannur, fired with straw inclusions and for this reason we have defined the top portion as a small hearth with a thicker base. Due to the similarity with the wall f52 and the crude construction of the pize wall f80, we are led to believe that this "pillar"-like installation is the remains of an earlier wall (only a portion of it), which was later re-used as the pize wall f80. This installation is part of a8. [L816LR.J]
F0089B11L801A simple hearth located on the southern end of the mud wall f80. This installation includes the three brick-like installations at the top, which form a smooth groove in the center. The bricks sit on a brick pillar f246,which goes all the way down 13 bricks in height (128cm) and is 60cm in width. A color sample was taken from the three brick installation, which is very hard burnt two toned clay, a reddish color similar to the brick pillar underneath, and a dark gray-brown. [L801LR.J]
F0089C40L801Previously this feature had been assigned for the entire pillar and hearth, but after realizing that the pillar continues to go down the two were given seperate feature numbers. [L801LR.J]
F0089D01L609k8 [L815LR.J]
F0089D03L70483 (40956 38653 - 9053 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0089D03L70484 (40970 38607 - 9053 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0089D03L70485 (40898 38585 - 9053 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0089D03L70486 (40875 38644 - 9053 / Relay location: corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0089F02L801>8ab f0080 [L816LR.J]
F0089J01L801128 [L816LR.J]
F0089J03L80160 [L816LR.J]
F0089J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0089J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0089K03L609baked clay [L815LR.J]
F0089K03L609clay [L815LR.J]
F0089K05L609reddish yellow [L815LR.J]
F0089K06L8015yr7/8 to 10yr3/2 dry, 7.5yr4/6 to 10yr3/1 wet [L801LR.J]
F0089K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0089O01L701v0024 [-M726-A.J]
F0089O01L701v0024a [-M726-A.J]
F0089O01L701v0024b [L818LR2.J]
F0089O01L709v0033 [-M726-A.J]
F0089O01L716v0041 [-M726-A.J]
F0089O03L627w0007 [W314LC.J]
F0089O03L722w0017 [W314LC.J]
F0089O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0089O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0089O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0089O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0089O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0089O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0089P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0090A21L609pt [L815LR.J]
F0090B11L708pit or animal hole found on the eastern side of the box structure a6 [L708LR.J]
F0090D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0090K05L609medium brown [L815LR.J]
F0090K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0090K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0090P01L609L704 [L815LR.J]
F0091A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0091A40L708accumulation c [L708LR.J]
F0091B11L708accumulation above floor f92 the last 10-15 centimeters of the brickfall a4. Contains large flat bricks and chunky pieces of brick. [L708LR.J]
F0091D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0091K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0091K05L609gray red brown [L815LR.J]
F0091K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0091K08L609bricky [L815LR.J]
F0091P01L609L709 [L815LR.J]
F0092A01L708f0088 [L708LR.J]
F0092A21L609fc [L815LR.J]
F0092B11L708floor found on the northern side of a3, outside floor with rolling elevations [L708LR.J]
F0092D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0092K03L609mud [L815LR.J]
F0092K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0092K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0093A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0093B11L708mud wall similar to f80 on the east side extending under the baulk. 15cm in width [L708LR.J]
F0093B11L801pize wall similar to f80 but located on the eastern side. Only part of it exposed and appears to continue into the east baulk. The wall is constructed of compacted mud and abuts f52. It is the same height as f80. [L801LR.J]
F0093D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0093F02L801<8ab f0125 [L816LR.J]
F0093J10L910A16w0032 [L910LR.J]
F0093K03L609mud [L815LR.J]
F0093K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0093K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0093O03L821w0032 [W314LC.J]
F0093O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0093O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0093O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0093O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0094A21L609ts [L815LR.J]
F0094D01L609k107 [L815LR.J]
F0094F02L723>0co f0098 [L723LR.J]
F0094K03L609loam [L815LR.J]
F0094K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0094K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0094P01L609L709 [L815LR.J]
F0095A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0095B11L723Wall running East to West beneath f52 wall. This wall contains the same bricks as f52, a bright red in color and is suggested that this wall is of an earlier construction based on the small indentation on the Western end of the wall f52 that goes in for approx 10-15 cm then continues down. this indentation maybe the reason why the end of the wall has subsided and fallen slightly downward. This wall is likely bonded with f96 that runs North to South. [L723LR2.J]
F0095D01L609k106 [L815LR.J]
F0095K03L609bricks, fine clay [L815LR.J]
F0095K05L609reddish [L815LR.J]
F0095K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0096A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0096B11L723Wall running North to South bonded with f95 (the wall beneath f52). This wall is constructed with similar colored bricks as f52 and goes into the North baulk. It is 56cm in width. [L723LR2.J]
F0096B11L801mud brick wall running north south that bonds with f52. The bricks average 37cm in length and 10cm thick composed of the same bricks as f52 with light gray mortar in-between. Currently the wall measures 165cm in height and appears to continue going down. The beginning of the wall is 110cm below the top of wall f52 and begins at the same height as the pize walls. The inside of the wall appears plastered and maybe vaulted. This wall is part of a10. [L816LR.J]
F0096D01L609k106 [L815LR.J]
F0096D03L714194 (41302 38577 - 8764 / Relay location: edge) [L715LR-R.J]
F0096D03L714195 (41407 38602 - 8764 / Relay location: edge) [L715LR-R.J]
F0096F02L801<0co f0054 [L816LR.J]
F0096F02L801<9bo f0052 [L816LR.J]
F0096J01L801165 [L816LR.J]
F0096J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0096K03L609bricks, fine clay [L815LR.J]
F0096K05L609reddish [L815LR.J]
F0096K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0096O01L709v0033a [-M726-A.J]
F0096O01M717v0073b [-M726-A.J]
F0096O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0096O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0096O03L907w0046 [W315LC.J]
F0096O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0096O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0096O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0096O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0096P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0097B11L723this feature does not exist-was deleted [L723LR.J]
F0098A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0098D01L609k107 [L815LR.J]
F0098F02L710<5si q0254 [-MX12-99.J]
F0098F02L723<0co f0094 [L723LR.J]
F0098K03L609brickmelt [L815LR.J]
F0098K05L609red and gray [L815LR.J]
F0098K07L609medium [L815LR.J]
F0098K08L609blocky [L815LR.J]
F0098O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0098P01L609L711 [L815LR.J]
F0099A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0099B11L723interface layer between brickfall and accumulation. This feature contains remnents of bricks and is softer in texture than the brickfall. [L723LR.J]
F0099D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0099F02L710<5si q0251 [-MX12-99.J]
F0099F02L723<0co f0083 [L723LR.J]
F0099F02L723>0co f0104 [L723LR.J]
F0099J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0099J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0099K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0099K05L609red and gray [L815LR.J]
F0099K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0099K08L609silty with brick chunks [L815LR.J]
F0099O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0099O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0099P01L609L711 [L815LR.J]
F0100A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0100B11L723interface layer between brickfall and accumulation. Similar to f101. [L723LR.J]
F0100D01L609k106 [L815LR.J]
F0100F02L710<5si q0250 [-MX12-99.J]
F0100J10L910A16w0040 [L910LR.J]
F0100J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0100K03L609bricks, soil [L815LR.J]
F0100K05L609red and gray [L815LR.J]
F0100K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0100O01M717v0073b [-M726-A.J]
F0100O01M717v0073e [-M726-A.J]
F0100O03L825w0030 [W314LC.J]
F0100O03L905w0040 [W314LC.J]
F0100O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0100O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0100P01L609L711 [L815LR.J]
F0101A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0101D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0101F02L723<0co f0025 [L723LR.J]
F0101K03L609^bf and ^ac [L815LR.J]
F0101K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0101P01L609L711 [L815LR.J]
F0102A21L609ta [L815LR.J]
F0102B11L723tannur in northwest corner of a8 south of f52, east of f80. The tannur is in the small space between these two features. It has a wider circular diameter at its base and the top is less in diameter. The tannur is reddish-brown in color, compact and a small portion of the lip is visible. [L723LR.J]
F0102B11L801tannur with small sand and straw inclusions in the form of white thin hairs and stray impressions on the clay. The material is very hard, and holds together in a massive structure. [L801LR.J]
F0102D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0102F02L801<0co f0081 [L816LR.J]
F0102J04L80154 [L816LR.J]
F0102K03L609clay [L815LR.J]
F0102K05L609yellowish red [L815LR.J]
F0102K06L6095yr5/6 [L815LR.J]
F0102K06L8015yr5/6 dry, 5yr4/6 wet [L801LR.J]
F0102K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0102O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0102O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0102O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0102P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0103A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0103B11L723accumulation below the interface of f100 that covers the entire k. [L723LR2.J]
F0103D01L609k106 [L815LR.J]
F0103J10L910A16w0040 [L910LR.J]
F0103J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0103K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0103K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0103K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0103O01M717v0073b [-M726-A.J]
F0103O03L905w0040 [W314LC.J]
F0103O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0103O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0103P01L609L725 [L815LR.J]
F0104A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0104D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0104F02L714<5si q0282 [-MX12-99.J]
F0104F02L715<5si q0287 [-MX12-99.J]
F0104F02L716<5si q0299 [-MX12-99.J]
F0104F02L723<0co f0099 [L723LR.J]
F0104J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0104K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0104K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0104K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0104O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0104O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0104O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0104O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0104P01L609L716 [L815LR.J]
F0105A40L609accumulation [L815LR.J]
F0105B11L723accumulation below interface layer f101, more compact, light brown in color. [L723LR2.J]
F0105D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0105O03L824w0029 [W314LC.J]
F0105O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0105O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0105P01L609L718 [L815LR.J]
F0106A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0106D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0106F02L716<5si q0300 [-MX12-99.J]
F0106J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0106J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0106O03L722w0017 [W314LC.J]
F0106O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0106O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0106O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0106O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0106P01L609L719 [L815LR.J]
F0107A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0107B11L723wall running east west in a9 composed of mudbricks pinkish in color, 90 cm in height and one brick in width. [L723LR.J]
F0107D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0107K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0107K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0107K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0107O01L716v0040 [-M726-A.J]
F0107O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0107O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0107O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0107P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0108A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0108B11L723mudbrick wall running north south on the west side part of a9. this wall is vaulted and one brick in width 90cm hieght. [L723LR.J]
F0108D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0108K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0108K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0108K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0108O01L716v0040 [-M726-A.J]
F0108O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0108O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0108P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0109A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0109B11L723wall running north south on the eastside part of a9, one brick in width 90cm height. [L723LR.J]
F0109D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0109F02M918<5si q0826 [MX12LR.J]
F0109K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0109K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0109K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0109O01L716v0040 [-M726-A.J]
F0109O01L716v0040a [-M726-A.J]
F0109O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0109O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0109O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0109P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0110A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0110B11L723accumulation inside a9, fill [L723LR.J]
F0110D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0110O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0110O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0110P01L609L715 [L815LR.J]
F0111A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0111B11L723accumulation outside of a9 [L723LR.J]
F0111D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0111F02L715<5si q0288 [-MX12-99.J]
F0111F02L723<5si q0351 [-MX12-99.J]
F0111J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0111J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0111O03L722w0017 [W314LC.J]
F0111O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0111O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0111O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0111O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0111O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0111P01L609L723 [L815LR.J]
F0112A21L609fc [L815LR.J]
F0112B11L723floor surface east of a6 in k106 [L723LR.J]
F0112D01L609k106 [L815LR.J]
F0112J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0112O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0112O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0112O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0112O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0113A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0113B11L723wall running north to sout in the east side bonded with f52 wall next to the east baulk in the north [L723LR.J]
F0113B11L801Mud brick wall running North to Southeast that runs into the North and East sections with only a small portion visible. This wall is part of a10 and bonds with f52. The wall is composed of the same type of bricks as f89, f52, and f96. The inside of the wall appears plastered and vaulted. [L816LR.J]
F0113D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0113F02L801<0co f0054 [L816LR.J]
F0113F02L801<9bo f0052 [L816LR.J]
F0113J10L910A16w0032 [L910LR.J]
F0113J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0113K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0113K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0113O01L709v0033a [-M726-A.J]
F0113O03L821w0032 [W314LC.J]
F0113O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0113O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0113O03L907w0046 [W315LC.J]
F0113O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0113O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0113O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0113P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0114A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0114B11L801mud brick wall located at an angle running south west to north east protruding out of the north baulk in k107. this wall is seen in A10 east section, damaged on the northern portion by water making it difficult to see the bricks from above the north baulk. The wall contains 16 courses of bricks in height with each brick measuring 10cm in thickness. The wall presumably continues north east and is at the same angle as a1, a2, and a11. Underneath the wall is an ash layer with a thin reddish brown clay in the middle of the ashy layer then another set of bricks f158. Most likely f158 is the foundation for f114. [L816LR.J]
F0114D01L609k107 [L815LR.J]
F0114D03L714192 (41925 37066 - 8730 / Relay location: edge) [L715LR-R.J]
F0114D03L714193 (41932 36895 - 8730 / Relay location: edge) [L715LR-R.J]
F0114K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0114K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0114O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0114O01M717v0073e [-M726-A.J]
F0114O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0114O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0114O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0114O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
F0114O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0114O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0114P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0115A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0115B11L723gray layer below f43 [L723LR.J]
F0115D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0115J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0115J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0115K05L609light reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0115K06L6092.5YR 6/4 [L815LR.J]
F0115K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0115K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0115O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0115O03L716w0064 [W315LC.J]
F0115O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0116A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0116B11L723clay black with ash inclusions in the east half of k8 [L723LR.J]
F0116D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0116F02L715<5si q0290 [-MX12-99.J]
F0116F02L723<8ab f0144 [L723LR.J]
F0116K03L609clay [L815LR.J]
F0116K05L609blue-gray [L815LR.J]
F0116K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0116K08L609blocky fine clay [L815LR.J]
F0116O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0116O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0116O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0116O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0116P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0117A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0117B11L723reddish layer below floor f133 [L723LR.J]
F0117D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0117K05L609reddish [L815LR.J]
F0118B11L723large components, four stones east of f7 in the south east side of k1 [L723LR.J]
F0118D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0118D03L714186 (41649 37392 - 8764 / Relay location: n side) [L715LR-R.J]
F0118D03L714187 (41640 37296 - 8764 / Relay location: ne) [L715LR-R.J]
F0118D03L714188 (41560 37309 - 8764 / Relay location: sw) [L715LR-R.J]
F0118D03L714189 (41565 37311 - 8764 / Relay location: se) [L715LR-R.J]
F0118D03L714190 (41612 37314 - 8764 / Relay location: e) [L715LR-R.J]
F0118D03L714191 (41624 37390 - 8764 / Relay location: sw) [L715LR-R.J]
F0118F02L723>0co f0179 [L723LR2.J]
F0118K05L609white [L815LR.J]
F0118O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0118O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0118O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0118P01L609L729 [L815LR.J]
F0119A01L723f0144 [L723LR.J]
F0119A21L609pv [L815LR.J]
F0119A30L723pebble and sherd floor along the east side of the wall f75 and into A15. [L723LR.J]
F0119D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0119D03L714213 (40499 38486 - 8900 / Relay location: sherd pavement) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0119D03L714214 (40737 38517 - 8900 / Relay location: sherd pavement) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0119K03L609pebbles [L815LR.J]
F0119K05L609multiple colors [L815LR.J]
F0119K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0119K08L609small pebbles and sherds [L815LR.J]
F0119O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0119O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0119O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0119P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0120A21L609fc [L815LR.J]
F0120B11L723pebble floor below f28 [L723LR.J]
F0120D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0120F02L723>0co f0159 [L723LR.J]
F0120J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0120K03L609pebbles [L815LR.J]
F0120K05L609light gray [L815LR.J]
F0120K06L60910YR 7/1 [L815LR.J]
F0120K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0120K08L609silty with inclusions of pebbles and sherds [L815LR.J]
F0120O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0120O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0120O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0120O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0120O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0120O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0120P01L609L721 [L815LR.J]
F0121A21L609fc [L815LR.J]
F0121B11L723floor below f36 [L723LR.J]
F0121D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0121O03L906w0042 [W314LC.J]
F0121O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0121O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0123A21L609aa [L815LR.J]
F0123B11L723accumulation below f120 [L723LR.J]
F0123D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0123F02L723<5si q0357 [-MX12-99.J]
F0123F02L724<5si q0364 [-MX12-99.J]
F0123J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0123K05L609light reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0123K06L6095YR 6/3 [L815LR.J]
F0123K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0123K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0123O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0123O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0123O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0123O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0123O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0123P01L609L724 [L815LR.J]
F0124A21L609aa [L815LR.J]
F0124B11L723accumulation between f36 and f121 [L723LR.J]
F0124D01L715k1 [F-L819.J]
F0124J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0124K05L609very pale brown [L815LR.J]
F0124K06L60910YR 7/4 [L815LR.J]
F0124K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0124K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0124O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0124O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0125A21L609fc [L815LR.J]
F0125B11L723floor inside a8 below f126 [L723LR.J]
F0125D01L609k106 [L815LR.J]
F0125F02L801>8ab f0052 [L816LR.J]
F0125F02L801>8ab f0080 [L816LR.J]
F0125F02L801>8ab f0093 [L816LR.J]
F0125J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0125J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0125O01L716v0041 [-M726-A.J]
F0125O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0125O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0125O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0125O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0125O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0126A21L609aa [L815LR.J]
F0126B11L723accumulation within a8 below f81, the same as f81 but 10-15 cm above floor surface [L723LR.J]
F0126D01L609k106 [L815LR.J]
F0126F02L801>0co f0081 [L816LR.J]
F0126J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0126J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0126O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0126O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0126O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0126O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0126O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0126P01L609L717 [L815LR.J]
F0127A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0127B11L723layer of brickmelt [L723LR.J]
F0127D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0127J10L910A16w0023 [L910LR.J]
F0127J10L910A16w0039 [L910LR.J]
F0127J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0127K03L609brickmelt [L815LR.J]
F0127O01L626v0012 [-M726-A.J]
F0127O01L626v0012a [-M726-A.J]
F0127O01L626v0013 [-M726-A.J]
F0127O03L905w0039 [W314LC.J]
F0127O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0127O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0128A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0128B11L723accumulation associated with the burial in a9 [L723LR.J]
F0128D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0128F02L715<5si i0034 [L818LR3.J]
F0128F02L716<5si q0301 [-MX12-99.J]
F0128O01L716v0040 [-M726-A.J]
F0128O01L716v0040a [-M726-A.J]
F0128O01L716v0040b [-M726-A.J]
F0128O03L911w0048 [W315LC.J]
F0128O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0128O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0128P01L609L723 [L815LR.J]
F0129A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0129D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0129F02L719<5si q0325 [-MX12-99.J]
F0129F02L721<5si q0330 [-MX12-99.J]
F0129F02L722<5si q0343 [-MX12-99.J]
F0129J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0129J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0129O03L722w0017 [W314LC.J]
F0129O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0129O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0129O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0129O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
F0129O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0129P01L609L722 [L815LR.J]
F0130A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0130B11L723accumulation with charcoal inclusions same as f81, located in a10 north of f52 [L723LR.J]
F0130D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0130F02L801<0co f0054 [L816LR.J]
F0130F02L801>0co f0134 [L816LR.J]
F0130J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0130O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0130O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0130O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0130P01L609L718 [L815LR.J]
F0131A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0131B11L723accumulation below f88 and above f110 in the doorway area [L723LR.J]
F0131D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0131F02L722<5si q0345 [-MX12-99.J]
F0131P01L609L722 [L815LR.J]
F0132A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0132B11L723wall running north to south with plaster face, located in the eastern portion of k2. [L723LR.J]
F0132D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0132D03L714217 (41357 37748 - 8837 / Relay location: corner of wall) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0132D03L714230 (41646 37778 - 8809 / Relay location: NW corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0132F02L723<8ab f0136 [L723LR.J]
F0132F02L723<8ab f0152 [L723LR.J]
F0132F02L723>8ab f0136 [L723LR2.J]
F0132O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0132O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0132O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0132P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0133A21L609fa [L815LR.J]
F0133D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0133F02L723>0co f0151 [L723LR2.J]
F0133K05L609white [L815LR.J]
F0133K06L60910YR 8/2 [L815LR.J]
F0133K07L609very hard [L815LR.J]
F0133K08L609silty; fine crumb [L815LR.J]
F0133O03L716w0064 [W315LC.J]
F0134A21L609f [L815LR.J]
F0134B11L723floor inside a10, located in the southern area close to the doorway [L723LR.J]
F0134B11L801floor found only in the southern side that may be a continuation of the floor in a8 f125 but immediately ends and appears to be brickfall with pinkish compact bricks. The floor is medium compacted, beaten-earth floor. [L816LR.J]
F0134D01L609k4 [L815LR.J]
F0134F02L801<0co f0130 [L816LR.J]
F0134J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0134O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0134O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0134O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0134P01L609L719 [L815LR.J]
F0135A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0135B11L723small wall running north to south located north of a3 and south of a9 contains two bricks in lenght and four bricks deep. [L723LR.J]
F0135D01L609k105 [L815LR.J]
F0135D03L714208 (40954 37790 - 8925 / Relay location: corner of bk) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0135D03L714209 (40880 37780 - 8944 / Relay location: top of brick) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0135D03L714215 (40966 37806 - 8939 / Relay location: corner of bk) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0135D03L714216 (40878 37803 - 8939 / Relay location: corner of bk) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0135J01L80145 [L816LR.J]
F0135J03L80135 [L816LR.J]
F0135K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0135K05L609light brown [L815LR.J]
F0135K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0135O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0135O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0135P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0136A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0136B11L723wall running east to west abutts f132 part of a11 [L723LR.J]
F0136D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0136D03L714218 (41293 37546 - 8749 / Relay location: NW corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0136D03L714220 (41318 37720 - 8805 / Relay location: NE corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0136D03L714225 (41499 37720 - 8805 / Relay location: Southwest end) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0136F02L723<8ab f0132 [L723LR2.J]
F0136F02L723<8ab f0138 [L723LR2.J]
F0136F02L723<8ab f0143 [L723LR2.J]
F0136F02L723>8ab f0132 [L723LR.J]
F0136F02L723>8ab f0138 [L723LR.J]
F0136K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0136K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0136K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0136O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0136O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0136P01L609L731 [L815LR.J]
F0137B11L723basin constructed of a very hard conglomerate located between f10 wall and f143 wall inbetween bricks and to the east the stone door sockets. Same width and length as the bricks around it. [L723LR.J]
F0137B11L730stone basin found next to f138, the three limestone door sockets. The stone basin is constructed of a solid piece of porous basalt with the top surface worked, smoothed, and concave perfect for a grinding surface. The bottom is irregular in shape and is buried in the soil, meant to be used in one place not mobile. [L818LR.J]
F0137D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0137F02L723>8ab f0010 [L723LR2.J]
F0137F02L723>8ab f0138 [L723LR.J]
F0137O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0138A21L609vr [L815LR.J]
F0138B11L723three stone doorsockets closely associated with f136 and f137. These three stones run north to south, are located east of f143 in the same width as the wall. The stone in the south is rounder then the other two which hold an irregular pattern. Small depressions are found at the center of these stones and it is unusual that three are placed in a row with f137 the basin located to the west. [L723LR.J]
F0138B11L730This feature consists of three limestone door sockets, irregular in shape with deep depressions at the center. The door sockets are placed next to each other forming a line. We have created separate components for each door socket, they are as follows- C1: northern door socket measuring 33x20x15 cm C2: middle door socket measuring 31x22x19 cm C3: southern door socket measuring 24x14x16 cm [L818LR.J]
F0138C99L730this feature was removed on L730 [L818LR.J]
F0138D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0138D03L714219 (41240 37527 - 8805 / Relay location: NW corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0138D03L714222 (41242 37645 - 8787 / Relay location: SE end point) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0138D03L714223 (41271 37699 - 8805 / Relay location: SW end of stone) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0138D03L714224 (41327 37643 - 8805 / Relay location: NE end of stone) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0138F02L723<8ab f0136 [L723LR.J]
F0138F02L723<8ab f0137 [L723LR.J]
F0138F02L723>8ab f0136 [L723LR2.J]
F0138K03L609^li [L815LR.J]
F0138K05L609white [L815LR.J]
F0138K07L609very hard [L815LR.J]
F0138M99L730The function of this feature is unclear, although they retain a very typical door socket shape their locations to each other suggests that they were used for another purpose. One suggestion is for food production such as grinding food or a more specialized use associated with someone's trade. These "door sockets" are also next to the basin f137, and located in a small niche-like area. [L818LR.J]
F0138O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0138O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0138P01L609L731 [L815LR.J]
F0139A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0139B11L723accumulation below f112 floor [L723LR.J]
F0139D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0139F02L719<5si q0326 [-MX12-99.J]
F0139J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0139O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0139O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0139O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0139P01L609L721 [L815LR.J]
F0140A21L609fa [L815LR.J]
F0140B11L719floor inside a6 box structure. this floor is plastered in areas and is pinkish in color. The floor is located 150 cm below from the top of the walls. [L722LR.J]
F0140B11L723floor in a6 below f74 [L723LR.J]
F0140D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0140F02L719<5si q0327 [-MX12-99.J]
F0140F02L723<0co f0141 [L723LR.J]
F0140F02L723>8ab f0010 [L723LR.J]
F0140F02L723>8ab f0072 [L723LR2.J]
F0140F02L723>8ab f0073 [L723LR.J]
F0140O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0140O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0140P01L609L719 [L815LR.J]
F0141A21L609aa [L815LR.J]
F0141B11L723accumulation last 10cm between f74 and f140 [L723LR.J]
F0141D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0141F02L723<0co f0074 [L723LR.J]
F0141F02L723>0co f0140 [L723LR.J]
F0141O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0142A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0142B11L723southern external wall of a1 bonded with wall f4 [L723LR.J]
F0142C01L716This wall was discovered by removing several courses of bricks from f5 wall, which revealed that it was two separate walls. f142 is thus the outer wall with f5 as the inner wall. This wall was presumably constructed as additional support for f5. [L818LR.J]
F0142D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0142F02L723>8ab f0005 [L723LR2.J]
F0142F02L723>9bo f0004 [L723LR2.J]
F0142K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0142K05L609reddish [L815LR.J]
F0142O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0142O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0143A21L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0143B11L723unkown set of bricks west of door sockets f138. These mudbricks may form a wall, they are three bricks in lenght and two bricks in width. This feature abuts f10, f138, f136 [L723LR.J]
F0143D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0143D03L714226 (41334 37546 - 8805 / Relay location: NW corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0143D03L714227 (41239 37553 - 8805 / Relay location: SW corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0143F02L723>8ab f0010 [L723LR2.J]
F0143F02L723>8ab f0136 [L723LR2.J]
F0143K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0143K05L609pink [L815LR.J]
F0143K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0143O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0143O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0143O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0143P01L609L731 [L815LR.J]
F0144A01L723f0119 [L723LR.J]
F0144A21L609pv [L815LR.J]
F0144B11L723pebble and sherd pavement found north of a3 and curves around f75 and continues south to A15 [L723LR.J]
F0144D01L609k8 [L815LR.J]
F0144F02L723>8ab f0116 [L723LR.J]
F0144K03L609sherds/pebbles [L815LR.J]
F0144K05L609multiple colors [L815LR.J]
F0144O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0144O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0144P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0145A01L723f0151 [L723LR.J]
F0145A21L609aa [L815LR.J]
F0145B11L723accumulation above floor f146 and below f133 in west part of k2 [L723LR.J]
F0145D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0145K05L609light reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0145K06L6092.5YR 6/4 [L815LR.J]
F0145K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0145K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0145O03L716w0064 [W315LC.J]
F0146A21L609fc [L815LR.J]
F0146B11L723floor below f145 in west part of k2 [L723LR.J]
F0146D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0146J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0146K05L609pinkish white [L815LR.J]
F0146K06L6095YR 8/2 [L815LR.J]
F0146K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0146K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0146O03L716w0064 [W315LC.J]
F0147A21L609aa [L815LR.J]
F0147B11L721accumulation east of f24, north of a2. This is ashy and soft, medium to dark brown centralized inbetween the triangular area north of a2 and east of a1. This accumulation is fill from a pit seen in section that spreads out. [L722LR.J]
F0147B11L723accumulation above floor f133 [L723LR.J]
F0147D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0148B11L723ashy layer inside pit f149 [L723LR.J]
F0148D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0148K03L609ashy [L815LR.J]
F0148K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0148K08L609silty; very fine granular [L815LR.J]
F0148O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0148P01L609L722 [L815LR.J]
F0149A21L609pt [L815LR.J]
F0149B11L723pit next to the east wall in north west corner- pit cut [L723LR.J]
F0149D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0149J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0149O01M730v0088b [L818LR2.J]
F0149O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0150A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0150B11L723layer compact hard on top of bricks of f9 only 10 cm thick in the east portion [L723LR.J]
F0150D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0150F02L722<5si q0344 [-MX12-99.J]
F0150F02L723<5si q0350 [-MX12-99.J]
F0150K05L801pale brown to brown [L801LR.J]
F0150K06L80110yr6/3 dry 7.5yr4/3 wet [L801LR.J]
F0150K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0150P01L609L723 [L815LR.J]
F0151A01L723f0145 [L723LR.J]
F0151A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0151B11L723accumulation below f133 ;=f145 [L723LR.J]
F0151D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0151F02L723<0co f0133 [L723LR2.J]
F0151K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0151K06L6092.5YR6/4 [L815LR.J]
F0151K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0151K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0151P01L609L722 [L815LR.J]
F0152A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0152B11L723accumulation alternating layers of pink, red and ash east of wall f132 [L723LR.J]
F0152D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0152F02L723>0co f0161 [L723LR.J]
F0152F02L723>8ab f0132 [L723LR.J]
F0152J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0152K05L609pink red [L815LR.J]
F0152K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0152K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0152O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0152O03L906w0043 [W315LC.J]
F0152O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0152O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0152O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0152P01L609L722 [L815LR.J]
F0153A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0153B11L723fill interface between house accumulation of a2 and pit [L723LR.J]
F0153B11L726The house accumulation f153 is a reddish brown color that extends about 20 cm below the bricks with a thin band of bright orange-red clay under this (approximately 3 cm thick). This band extends through the north baulk into k2 area which leads us to believe that this is the same pit. Under this thin band is a unified gray which we have referred to as pit fill f157. [L728LR.J]
F0153C04L722In order to speed up the excavation of the pit fill f153, we are eliminating the removal of dirt by throwing down the dirt into A12 and then removing in during the afternoon. This technique proves to be effective but we must pay closer attention to the fill for it is easier to lose objects since the dirt is immediately thrown off the edge. [R807SC.J]
F0153D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0153F02L719<5si i0039 [L818LR3.J]
F0153F02L723<5si q0349 [-MX12-99.J]
F0153F02L723<5si q0355 [-MX12-99.J]
F0153F02L723>0co f0157 [L723LR.J]
F0153F02L725<5si q0384 [-MX12-99.J]
F0153F02L725<5si q0403 [-MX12-99.J]
F0153J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0153J10L910A16w0036 [L910LR.J]
F0153J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0153O01M717v0074b [-M726-A.J]
F0153O01M717v0074c [-M726-A.J]
F0153O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0153O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0153O03L904w0036 [W314LC.J]
F0153O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0153O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
F0153O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0153P01L609L724 [L815LR.J]
F0154A21L609pt [L815LR.J]
F0154B11L723pitcut that cut entire k6- used for the south east corner- mostly excavated by A13 in MZ12 [L723LR.J]
F0154D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0154K03L609cut [L815LR.J]
F0155A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0155B11L723fill of cut from f154 [L723LR.J]
F0155D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0155F02L723<5si q0352 [-MX12-99.J]
F0155O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0155P01L609L723 [L815LR.J]
F0156A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0156B11L723fill of cut in northwest corner similar to f155, parallel but on the north west corner- mostly excavated by A13 in MZ12 [L723LR.J]
F0156D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0156F02L723<5si q0354 [L820KF3.J]
F0156K05L801pinkish gray to brown [L801LR.J]
F0156K06L8017.5yr6/2 dry 7.5yr4.2 wet [L801LR.J]
F0156K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0156K08L609silty clay loam [L815LR.J]
F0156P01L609L723 [L815LR.J]
F0157A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0157B11L723accumulation, ash with reddish chunks, below f153 [L723LR.J]
F0157B11L728Red clay material from the red wall f181 mixed with the gray pit fill of a13 [L728LR.J]
F0157C01L726The house accumulation f153 is a reddish brown color that extends about 20 cm below the bricks with a thin band of bright orange-red clay under this (approximately 3cm thick). This band extends through the North baulk into k2 area, which leads us to believe that this is the same pit. Under this thin band is a unified gray, which we have referred to as pit fill f157. [L728LR.J]
F0157C01L728While excavating k6 pit fill, we noticed that the gray fill of a13 continued to become redder in color and eventually showed pieces of red clay. We decided to make this material a new feature and called it f157. The material eventually turned solid red clay and after scraping the area, small mortar lines were identified. It appears that the bricks are red with brown mortar and made these bricks f181 labeling it a wall. [L728LR.J]
F0157D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0157F02L723<0co f0153 [L723LR.J]
F0157F02L724<5si q0363 [-MX12-99.J]
F0157F02L726<5si q0427 [-MX12-99.J]
F0157F02M903<5si q0687 [MX12LR.J]
F0157F02M916<5si q0816 [MX12LR.J]
F0157J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0157J10L910A16w0036 [L910LR.J]
F0157J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0157K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0157O01M717v0074b [-M726-A.J]
F0157O01M717v0074c [-M726-A.J]
F0157O01M717v0074i [-M726-A.J]
F0157O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0157O01M730v0088b [L818LR2.J]
F0157O01M730v0088c [L818LR2.J]
F0157O01M730v0088d [L818LR2.J]
F0157O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0157O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0157O03L904w0036 [W314LC.J]
F0157O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0157O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
F0157O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0157P01L609L726 [L815LR.J]
F0158A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0158B11L801Mud brick wall underneath f114 separated by a thin gray ashy layer with reddish brown color in the center, located in k107. It contains one set of bricks protruding out 25cm under f114. The bricks are three cm in thickness and six bricks in length (30 cm long bricks). The wall is most likely the foundation for f114. [L816LR.J]
F0158D01L609k107 [L815LR.J]
F0158J07L8013 [L816LR.J]
F0158O01M717v0073e [-M726-A.J]
F0158O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0158O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0158O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0158P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0159B11L723sherd and pebble pavement under f120 [L723LR.J]
F0159D01L609k107 [L815LR.J]
F0159F02L723<0co f0120 [L723LR.J]
F0159J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0159K03L609sherds [L815LR.J]
F0159O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0159O03L906w0042 [W314LC.J]
F0159O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0159O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0159O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0160A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0160B11L723ashy accumulation on the north side of a6 [L723LR.J]
F0160D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0160J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0160K03L609ashy [L815LR.J]
F0160K05L609gray [L815LR.J]
F0160K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0160K08L609fine [L815LR.J]
F0160O01M717v0073 [-M726-A.J]
F0160O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0160O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0161A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0161B11L723accumulation below f152 [L723LR.J]
F0161C01L725Currently we are digging in f161 interface level with plans to change the feature tomorrow due to the pottery change. These layers are probably related to the sherd layers seen in the North section. [L728LR.J]
F0161D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0161F02L723<0co f0152 [L723LR.J]
F0161F02L723>0co f0171 [L723LR.J]
F0161F02L725<5si q0388 [-MX12-99.J]
F0161F02L725<5si q0389 [-MX12-99.J]
F0161F02L725<5si q0390 [-MX12-99.J]
F0161F02L725<5si q0392 [-MX12-99.J]
F0161F02L725<5si q0402 [-MX12-99.J]
F0161F02L725<5si q0408 [-MX12-99.J]
F0161J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0161O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0161O01M717v0074 [-M726-A.J]
F0161O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0161O03L906w0043 [W315LC.J]
F0161O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0161O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0161O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
F0161P01L609L725 [L815LR.J]
F0162A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0162B11L723lense of layer of ash and pottery [L723LR.J]
F0162D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0162K03L609sherds [L815LR.J]
F0162K05L609gray [L815LR.J]
F0162K08L609ashy [L815LR.J]
F0163A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0163A40L827accumulation C [R714SG.J]
F0163B11L723layer interface between house accumulation of a1 and pit [L723LR.J]
F0163D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0163F02L723>0co f0165 [L723LR.J]
F0163F02L725<5si q0376 [-MX12-99.J]
F0163F02L725<5si q0400 [-MX12-99.J]
F0163F02L725<5si q0404 [-MX12-99.J]
F0163F02L725<5si q0421 [-MX12-99.J]
F0163F02L726<5si i0041 [L818LR3.J]
F0163F02L726<5si q0438 [-MX12-99.J]
F0163F02L728<5si q0455 [-MX12-99.J]
F0163F02L728<5si q0456 [-MX12-99.J]
F0163F02L728<5si q0471 [-MX12-99.J]
F0163F02L729<5si q0482 [-MX12-99.J]
F0163J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0163J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0163J10L910A16w0036 [L910LR.J]
F0163J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0163J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0163K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0163K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0163O01M716v0070 [-M726-A.J]
F0163O01M716v0070a [-M726-A.J]
F0163O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0163O01M730v0088a [L818LR2.J]
F0163O01M730v0088b [L818LR2.J]
F0163O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0163O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0163O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0163O03L904w0036 [W314LC.J]
F0163O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0163O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
F0163P01L609L801 [L815LR.J]
F0164A21L609pt [L815LR.J]
F0164B11L723pit cut in k5 [L723LR.J]
F0164D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0164P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0165A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0165B11L723fill of f164 [L723LR.J]
F0165D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0165F02L723<0co f0163 [L723LR.J]
F0165F02L822<5si q0614 [-MX12-99.J]
F0165F02L822<5si q0615 [-MX12-99.J]
F0165F02L822<5si q0616 [-MX12-99.J]
F0165F02L822<5si q0617 [-MX12-99.J]
F0165F02L822<5si q0618 [-MX12-99.J]
F0165F02L823<5si q0619 [-MX12-99.J]
F0165F02L823<5si q0620 [-MX12-99.J]
F0165F02L823<5si q0621 [-MX12-99.J]
F0165F02M903<5si q0685 [MX12LR.J]
F0165J10L910A16w0036 [L910LR.J]
F0165J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0165K03L609ash [L815LR.J]
F0165K05L609light to dark gray [L815LR.J]
F0165K07L609soft to medium [L815LR.J]
F0165K08L609silty, fine [L815LR.J]
F0165O01M716v0068 [-M726-A.J]
F0165O01M716v0068a [-M726-A.J]
F0165O01M716v0070 [-M726-A.J]
F0165O01M716v0070a [-M726-A.J]
F0165O01M717v0074h [-M726-A.J]
F0165O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0165O03L904w0036 [W314LC.J]
F0165O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0165O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0165P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0166A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0166B11L801This is a mixture of many features since it was difficult to separate each of the thin layers in the area, one feature was assigned. The feature begins with the accumulation found in the northwest portion of k107 under the wall f158. This area contained a reddish blocky coarse accumulation related to some kind of kiln firing/pit based on the burnt color of the soil and the amount of slag that was found. This is approx 10-15cm thick and under this is a brown fill that continues East with many alternating lenses of pottery. These pottery lenses contained no clear boundaries and merged with each other making it impossible to separate. [L816LR.J]
F0166D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0166F02L725<5si q0401 [-MX12-99.J]
F0166F02L725<5si q0405 [-MX12-99.J]
F0166J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0166K03L609pv, a, ash [L815LR.J]
F0166K05L609brown, gray [L815LR.J]
F0166K07L609medium soft [L815LR.J]
F0166O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0166O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0166O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0166O03L906w0042 [W314LC.J]
F0166O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0166O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0166O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
F0166P01L609L730 [L815LR.J]
F0167A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0167B11L723fill inside doorway cooridor of a9 [L723LR.J]
F0167D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0167F02L725<5si q0391 [-MX12-99.J]
F0167F02L725<5si q0406 [-MX12-99.J]
F0167K05L609brown and gray ash [L815LR.J]
F0167K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0167K08L609silty [L815LR.J]
F0167O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0167O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
F0167P01L609L725 [L815LR.J]
F0168A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0168B11L723wall running north-south part of a9 on the eastside forming a doorway cooridor [L723LR.J]
F0168B11L801wall associated with a9 contains one brick and a half in width and is currently two courses down. This wall abuts f72 of a6 and forms a corridor to the entrance of the a9. The wall appears to be plastered. [L801LR.J]
F0168D01L609k3 [L815LR.J]
F0168F02L801>8ab f0072 [L816LR.J]
F0168K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0168K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0168K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0168O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0169A21L609pt [L815LR.J]
F0169B11L723pit cut of sherd pit in k2 [L723LR.J]
F0169D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0169K03L609cut [L815LR.J]
F0170A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0170B11L723fill of pit f169, composed of a large number of sherds found in the southwest area of k2. [L723LR.J]
F0170B11L726Pit below f161 in k2 (below a2 structure). This pit was localized in the southwest corner of the locus and has been termed the "sherd pit" due to the high volume of sherds inside. These sherds hold no pattern and appear to have been dumped inside at one time. The fill around the pit is f171. [L728LR.J]
F0170C01L726Currently this pit is located within the Southwest corner but yesterday it extended throughout the locus thus the pottery from this feature is mixed with the feature above it. We made a new feature for the accumulation around this pit, f171 and it is most likely the same matrix as the fill on top. This pit, although smaller, contained more sherds than the sherd pit in k6. [L728LR.J]
F0170C99L726the sherd pit was completely excavated on L726 [L728LR.J]
F0170D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0170F02L725<5si q0412 [-MX12-99.J]
F0170F02L725<5si q0413 [-MX12-99.J]
F0170F02L725<5si q0414 [-MX12-99.J]
F0170F02L725<5si q0415 [-MX12-99.J]
F0170F02L725<5si q0416 [-MX12-99.J]
F0170F02L725<5si q0417 [-MX12-99.J]
F0170F02L725<5si q0418 [-MX12-99.J]
F0170F02L725<5si q0419 [-MX12-99.J]
F0170F02L725<5si q0420 [-MX12-99.J]
F0170K03L609ashy [L815LR.J]
F0170K05L609light pink to gray [L815LR.J]
F0170K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0170K08L609fine [L815LR.J]
F0170O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
F0170P01L609L725 [L815LR.J]
F0171A40L609^a [L815LR.J]
F0171B11L723accumulation below f161 [L723LR.J]
F0171B11L726Fill around the sherd pit f170 [L728LR.J]
F0171B11L729a series of pit fill layers part of a13. These layers include a sterile silty fine powder lense and a granular sandy pink lense with pottery and pebble inclusions which reminds me of material that has been exposed to water for extended periods of time. Here the heavier material such as pebbles, pottery, and granular material sinks to the bottom and the silty fine powder lense forms at the top. [L728LR.J]
F0171C01L726The sherd pit is f170 and was completely excavated today. We made a new feature for the accumulation around this pit f171 and it is most likely the same matrix as the fill on top. This pit, although smaller, contained more sherds than the sherd pit in k6. [L728LR.J]
F0171D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0171F02L723<0co f0161 [L723LR.J]
F0171F02L726<5si q0434 [-MX12-99.J]
F0171F02L726<5si q0437 [-MX12-99.J]
F0171F02L728<5si q0451 [-MX12-99.J]
F0171F02L728<5si q0467 [-MX12-99.J]
F0171F02L728<5si q0472 [-MX12-99.J]
F0171F02L728<5si q0474 [-MX12-99.J]
F0171F02L728<5si q0476 [-MX12-99.J]
F0171F02L728<5si q0477 [-MX12-99.J]
F0171F02L729<5si q0481 [-MX12-99.J]
F0171J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0171K03L609mixed [L815LR.J]
F0171K05L609light pink to gray [L815LR.J]
F0171K07L609compact [L815LR.J]
F0171K08L609granular [L815LR.J]
F0171O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0171O01M717v0074 [-M726-A.J]
F0171O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0171O03L906w0043 [W315LC.J]
F0171O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0171O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0172A20L609installations [L815LR.J]
F0172A21L609stone foundation [L815LR.J]
F0172B11L723stone foundations of wall f7 of a1 consists of one row of stones running east to west [L723LR.J]
F0172D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0172K03L609^li [L815LR.J]
F0172K05L609white [L815LR.J]
F0172K07L609very hard [L815LR.J]
F0172K08L609rough [L815LR.J]
F0172O03M812w0084 [W315LC.J]
F0173A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0173B11L723fill of a small pit filled with a high concentration of pottery and kiln waste. The pit fill consisted of a white powderlike ash and was located in the northern part of k107 sout of f158 [L723LR.J]
F0173B11L726chunky red layer with blocky pieces of clay [L728LR.J]
F0173C01L726We encountered this layer underneath the white ashy firing pit f***, this feature appears to be related to the firing pit and contains large blocky chunks of clay. [L728LR.J]
F0173D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0173F02L726<5si q0433 [-MX12-99.J]
F0173K03L609mixed [L815LR.J]
F0173K05L609light white gray [L815LR.J]
F0173K07L609very soft [L815LR.J]
F0173K08L609fine with slag inclusions [L815LR.J]
F0173O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0173O01M717v0073e [-M726-A.J]
F0173O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0173O03L906w0042 [W314LC.J]
F0173O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0173O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0173P01L609L726 [L815LR.J]
F0174A21L609pt [L815LR.J]
F0174B11L723pit cut of f173 [L723LR.J]
F0174D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0174O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0175A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0175B11L723accumulation reddish brown in color that covers both k107 and k1 [L723LR.J]
F0175B11L801soil contains granular inclusions, small sand grains, and is soft to crush when dry. It also contains reddish clay inclusions. [L801LR.J]
F0175D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0175F02L726<5si q0435 [-MX12-99.J]
F0175F02L728<5si q0453 [-MX12-99.J]
F0175F02L728<5si q0454 [-MX12-99.J]
F0175F02L728<5si q0468 [-MX12-99.J]
F0175F02L728<5si q0469 [-MX12-99.J]
F0175F02L728<5si q0470 [-MX12-99.J]
F0175J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0175K03L609clay [L815LR.J]
F0175K05L609light olive brown [L815LR.J]
F0175K06L60910yr5/3 [L815LR.J]
F0175K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0175K08L609silty clay [L815LR.J]
F0175O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0175O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0175O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0175O03L906w0042 [W314LC.J]
F0175O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0175O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0175P01L609L729 [L815LR.J]
F0176A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0176B11L723red layer below gray fill mixed with red chunks [L723LR.J]
F0176B11L801fine clay, turns grayish brown 10yr5/2 when wet and is also plastic when wet. [L801LR.J]
F0176D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0176F02L726<5si q0439 [-MX12-99.J]
F0176J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0176J10L910A16w0036 [L910LR.J]
F0176J10L910A16w0044 [L910LR.J]
F0176K03L609clay [L815LR.J]
F0176K05L609grayish brown when wet [L815LR.J]
F0176K05L609light yellowish brown [L815LR.J]
F0176K06L60910yr5/2 wet [L815LR.J]
F0176K06L60910yr6/3 [L815LR.J]
F0176K07L609medium [L815LR.J]
F0176K08L609plastic when wet [L815LR.J]
F0176O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0176O03L904w0036 [W314LC.J]
F0176O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0176P01L609L726 [L815LR.J]
F0177A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0177B11L723red layer f176 mixed with ashy pit fill of f153, this is the interface between the end of the pit and reddish accumulation [L723LR.J]
F0177D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0177F02L728<5si q0449 [-MX12-99.J]
F0177F02L728<5si q0450 [-MX12-99.J]
F0177F02L728<5si q0452 [-MX12-99.J]
F0177F02L728<5si q0457 [-MX12-99.J]
F0177F02L728<5si q0461 [-MX12-99.J]
F0177F02L728<5si q0466 [-MX12-99.J]
F0177F02L728<5si q0473 [-MX12-99.J]
F0177J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0177K05L609red mixed with gray [L815LR.J]
F0177K07L609medium [L815LR.J]
F0177K08L609silty clay [L815LR.J]
F0177O01M730v0088c [L818LR2.J]
F0177O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0177P01L609L728 [L815LR.J]
F0178A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0178B11L726Sherd lense in the southwest portion of k5 seen in A13 north section A16w34 drawing. This lense contained a high volume of sherds that held no form and appear to have been dumped at one time. It is similar to the sherd pit f170. [L728LR.J]
F0178C04L726We are using large garbage bags to collect the pottery from this feature. This sherd pit contains a high volume of compacted sherds with no context (dumped at one time). [L728LR.J]
F0178D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0178F02L728<5si q0462 [-MX12-99.J]
F0178J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0178K03L609sherds [L815LR.J]
F0178K05L609multi colored sherds [L815LR.J]
F0178O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0178O01M730v0088 [L818LR2.J]
F0178O01M730v0088a [L818LR2.J]
F0178O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0179A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0179B11L723ashy layer in the southwest side of k1 found around f118 with the highest concentration of burning within the inside corner of f118. [L723LR.J]
F0179D01L609k1 [L815LR.J]
F0179F02L723<0co f0118 [L723LR2.J]
F0179F02L728<5si q0465 [-MX12-99.J]
F0179J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0179K03L609ash [L815LR.J]
F0179K03L609fine silt loam [L815LR.J]
F0179K05L609dark brown to black [L815LR.J]
F0179K06L8017.5yr2.5/1 wet [L801LR.J]
F0179K06L8017.5yr3/3 dry [L801LR.J]
F0179K07L609very soft [L815LR.J]
F0179O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0179O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0179O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0179O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0179O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0179P01L609L729 [L815LR.J]
F0180A21L609ta [L815LR.J]
F0180B11L723tannur in the south east corner of k6 [L723LR.J]
F0180B11L728Base of a tannur found in the Southeast corner [L728LR.J]
F0180C01L728While removing the pit fill of a13 in k6, the remains of a tannur were found in the Southeast corner. This tannur is lying in place and appears that it was cut by the large pit a13. We are leaving this tannur in place and continuing to excavate the material around it. In A15 they also found a tannur at a similar elevation. [L728LR.J]
F0180C01L802We have pedestaled the tannur f180 located in the Southeast corner of k108 and currently are 260cm down from the beginning of the pit a13. [L815LR.J]
F0180C01M903After reviewing the material from last season it has come to our attention that the tannur has not been relayed nor photographed. Today we cleaned the area around the tannur and scraped the walls around it for the photograph. While doing this a jar 20 cm below emerged along with a burial. A photograph was taken of this and tomorrow BP will survey it in using the GTS since it is too high to measure with our relay rod. The material inside the tannur was also excavated and did not warrant a new feature since it appears that the tannur collapsed on itself and thus no inner material remained. [M903LR.J]
F0180D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0180F02M905<5si q0696 [MX12LR.J]
F0180F02M908>7re f0283 [M928LR.J]
F0180I99L729These hollows a13 provided a ground for dumping which was filled up with 5a material but in the lower end of the hallow we find strata 4 material underneath. This level may be the stratum to which the tannur f180 and the accumulation around it belong. fab mentioned that the tannur may be related to the tannur found in A12, which was on top of the palace wall. [L728LR.J]
F0180J04L80170 [L816LR.J]
F0180J07L80115 [L816LR.J]
F0180K03L609clay [L815LR.J]
F0180K05L801reddish yellow to yellowish red [L801LR.J]
F0180K06L8015yr6/6 dry 5yr4/6 wet [L801LR.J]
F0180K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0180K08L801massive structure with straw inclusions [L801LR.J]
F0180O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0180O01M929v0090a [-MX12-99.J]
F0180O01M929v0091 [-MX12-99.J]
F0180O01M929v0095 [-MX12-99.J]
F0180O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0180O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0180O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0180O21M929t [-MX12-99.J]
F0181A21L609w [L815LR.J]
F0181B11L723red material in the western end of the locus with brown morter lines visible in the west section but clear bricks indestinguishable, possible wall. [L723LR.J]
F0181B11L728Red bricks with brown mortar lines found in f157, which is mixed red clay wall chunks with pit, fill of a13. This wall is not very clear and the plaster line and brick lines visible only when moist. [L728LR.J]
F0181C01L728In k6 we noticed at the end of the day on Thursday that more red was appearing in the Western section. We had noticed earlier that the fill material of a13 was mixed with small pieces of reddish clay and made it a new feature f157. Now the material is completely red clay and after scraping the section, we noticed distinct clear brick lines, red bricks with brown mortar and assigned it f181 wall. A plaster line is also visible in section. The bricks do not hold together but resemble moist clay, making it difficult to find the face. It was not until we cut back the section that we could see these brick lines. These bricks are running North to South, East of the West baulk. [L728LR.J]
F0181D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0181J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0181K03L609bricks, clay [L815LR.J]
F0181K05L609light brown [L815LR.J]
F0181K06L6097.5yr6/4 [L815LR.J]
F0181K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0181K08L801clay, sticky when wet [L801LR.J]
F0181O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0182A01L723f0190 [L723LR.J]
F0182A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0182B11L723red layer next to wall f181 located on the western side of the locus. [L723LR.J]
F0182B11L801small pebble inclusion and small pieces of charcoal. soft to crush when wet and turns to 10yr4/3 olive brown when wet. [L801LR.J]
F0182D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0182F02M903<5si i0083 [-MX12-99.J]
F0182F02M903<5si i0084 [-MX12-99.J]
F0182K03L609cl [L815LR.J]
F0182K05L609light yellowish brown [L815LR.J]
F0182K06L60910yr4/3 wet [L815LR.J]
F0182K06L60910yr6/3 dry [L815LR.J]
F0182K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0182K08L609silty clay [L815LR.J]
F0182O01L802v0067 [-M726-A.J]
F0183A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0183B11L723gray pit fill in the western end of the k that cuts f181 [L723LR.J]
F0183C01L802In excavating the large pit we proceeded to excavate the fill first, f183. After 15cm down the material became browner and 35cm down we came upon on a hard layer of cay, almost fired, which was only 5-6 cm in thickness. This material chunked off with the brown material making it difficult to expose the entire clay surface. Underneath this clay we found baked bricks lying flat on a surface. [L815LR.J]
F0183D01L609k6 [L815LR.J]
F0183F02L729<5si i0044 [L818LR3.J]
F0183F02L729<5si q0480 [-MX12-99.J]
F0183K05L609dark olive brown when wet [L815LR.J]
F0183K05L609grayish brown [L815LR.J]
F0183K06L60910yr3/3 wet [L815LR.J]
F0183K06L60910yr5/2 dry [L815LR.J]
F0183K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0183K08L609silty clay loam [L815LR.J]
F0183O01M717v0074d [-M726-A.J]
F0183O01M717v0074e [-M726-A.J]
F0183O01M717v0074f [-M726-A.J]
F0183O01M717v0074h [-M726-A.J]
F0183O01M717v0074i [-M726-A.J]
F0183P01L609L729 [L815LR.J]
F0184A21L609la [L815LR.J]
F0184B11L723stone lense [L723LR.J]
F0184D01L609k5 [L815LR.J]
F0184K03L609li [L815LR.J]
F0184K05L609black ashy [L815LR.J]
F0184K07L609medium hard [L815LR.J]
F0185A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0185B11L723interface between pitfill and red accumulation- the end of the pit in k2 [L723LR.J]
F0185D01L609k2 [L815LR.J]
F0185J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0185K05L609red and gray [L815LR.J]
F0185O01L802v0066 [-M726-A.J]
F0185O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0185O01M717v0074 [-M726-A.J]
F0185O01M717v0074g [-M726-A.J]
F0185O01M717v0074h [-M726-A.J]
F0185O01M717v0074i [-M726-A.J]
F0185O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0185O03L906w0043 [W315LC.J]
F0185O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0185O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0186A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0186B11L723mixture of layer below f166 [L723LR.J]
F0186D01L609k109 [L815LR.J]
F0186J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0186O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0186O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0186O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0186O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0186O03L906w0042 [W314LC.J]
F0186O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0186O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0187A21L609a [L815LR.J]
F0187B11L723accumulation below f183 [L723LR.J]
F0187D01L609k108 [L815LR.J]
F0188A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0188B11L723red clay chunky hard layer ontop of brick pavement [L723LR.J]
F0188D01L609k108 [L815LR.J]
F0188K03L609cl [L815LR.J]
F0188K03L609fired clay [L815LR.J]
F0188K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0188K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0189A21L609pt [L815LR.J]
F0189B11L723pit cut for the pit in k108 [L723LR.J]
F0189C01L802While excavating inside k108 we noticed a clear line forming a circular pattern, which we defined as the cut of the pit/hollow a13. This cut links all the material in former k2 and k6 (below a11 and a2) together since it all belongs to the same pit a13. A hard compact reddish-brown material that forms a massive accumulation measuring approximately 50cm in thickness marks this cut. The material inside the circle (the fill) peels away easily from the red material and also curves slightly in at the base. The fill inside the circle is gray-brown, softer and full of pottery and bones. While removing the fill of a13 we did encounter a layer of chunky hard clay. [L815LR.J]
F0189D01L609k108 [L815LR.J]
F0189F02M925>2cu f0194 [M926LR.J]
F0189F02M925>2cu f0340 [M926LR.J]
F0189J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0189K03L609cut [L815LR.J]
F0189O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0189O01M929v0102 [-MX12-99.J]
F0189O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0189O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0189O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0190A01L723f0182 [L723LR.J]
F0190A21L609ly [L815LR.J]
F0190B11L723red layer next to wall =f182 [L723LR.J]
F0190C01L729in k6 they are still continuing to remove the gray material of a13 fill to the East and are coming down on red. This is probably the end of the pit as we start a new layer seen in A12 section, a red layer f190. [L728LR.J]
F0190D01L609k108 [L815LR.J]
F0190F02L802<5si q0413 [-MX12-99.J]
F0190F02L802<5si q0613 [L818LR3.J]
F0190F02M921<5si q0852 [MX12LR.J]
F0190J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0190K03L609clay [L815LR.J]
F0190K05L609reddish brown [L815LR.J]
F0190K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0190K08L609silty clay [L815LR.J]
F0190O01M717v0074i [-M726-A.J]
F0190O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0190O01M730v0088c [L818LR2.J]
F0190O01M730v0088d [L818LR2.J]
F0190O01M929v0089b [-MX12-99.J]
F0190O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0190O01M929v0095 [-MX12-99.J]
F0190O01M929v0106 [-MX12-99.J]
F0190O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0191A21L609aa [L815LR.J]
F0191B11L723accumulation on top of stone pavement, red chunky clay 6-8 cm thick [L723LR.J]
F0191D01L609k109 [L815LR.J]
F0191J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0191J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0191K03L609clay [L815LR.J]
F0191K05L609red [L815LR.J]
F0191K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0191O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0191O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0191O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0191O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0191O03L906w0042 [W314LC.J]
F0191O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0191O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0191P01L609L802 [L815LR.J]
F0192A21L609pv [L815LR.J]
F0192B11L723stone pavement in k109 found throughout entire area [L723LR.J]
F0192D01L609k109 [L815LR.J]
F0192J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0192J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0192K03L609li [L815LR.J]
F0192K05L609white [L815LR.J]
F0192K07L609stone [L815LR.J]
F0192O01M717v0072 [-M726-A.J]
F0192O01M717v0072a [-M726-A.J]
F0192O01M717v0072b [-M726-A.J]
F0192O01M717v0072c [-M726-A.J]
F0192O01M717v0072d [-M726-A.J]
F0192O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0192O01M929v0106 [-MX12-99.J]
F0192O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0192O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0192O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0192O03L906w0042 [W314LC.J]
F0192O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0192O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0192O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0192P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0193A21L609pv [L815LR.J]
F0193B11L723stone pavement in k108, part of a12, found in the south and north that was cut by the pit f189 [L723LR.J]
F0193D01L609k109 [L815LR.J]
F0193D01MX02k108 [-MX12-99.J]
F0193F02MX02<2cu f0250 [-MX12-99.J]
F0193F02MZ01<2cu f0342 [-MX12-99.J]
F0193J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0193J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0193K03L609li [L815LR.J]
F0193K05L609white [L815LR.J]
F0193K08L609stone [L815LR.J]
F0193O01L802v0067 [-M726-A.J]
F0193O01L802v0067a [-M726-A.J]
F0193O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0193O01M730v0088c [L818LR2.J]
F0193O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0089a [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0089b [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0089d [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0100 [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0100a [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0109 [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O01M929v0109a [-MX12-99.J]
F0193O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0193O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0193O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0193O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0193O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0193O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0193P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0194A21L723drain [L723LR.J]
F0194A40L609pavement [L815LR.J]
F0194B11L723brick pavement found under the stone pavement exposed by the pit cut f189. Fired brick pavement containing yellow and pinkish bricks in the western end a groove with brown chunky clay is found which may have resulted from damage caused by the pit cut. The pavement slopes down from south to north. [L723LR.J]
F0194B11M929The stone pavement was cut by f189, which removed the stones and exposed a series of baked bricks underneath. These bricks measure 30 x 30 centimeters and alternate from a pale yellow color to an orange color with cracks running through the bricks. These bricks are baked, hard, and arranged in rows. There are 8 rows of bricks visible with some damage in the northern and southern portion. The first row to the north has 3 bricks visible with the northern edges cut or eroded away. The first brick goes under the stones but the third brick to the east appears to end and does not continue under the stones. In this area the bricks are immediately below the stones with a thin layer of packing material and it appears that the bricks do not continue north. In the south the packing material increases appearing that the bricks slope down. The first 4 rows of bricks have some kind of eroded areas but the next two rows south are complete and in good condition. There are 9 bricks in each row with no clear pattern. The bricks are in line but not evenly spaced or symmetrically placed, there is also no order to the color purely arbitrary whether the orange or yellow brick was used. The last three rows in the south appear to make a sudden slope upwards with one brick row placed at a sharp slant then the next row flat. The last row contains only 2 complete bricks in view, there is however either brick mortar or the shape the packing material retained from the bricks showing traces of lines and a flat surfaces almost like a brick. When this area was poked and scraped it revealed nothing below. This may be the impression of the bricks that were removed. The rest of the southern area has traces of disintegrated bricky material but appears that the brick pavement also ends in the south. [N303LR.J]
F0194C01L802We excavated the area around the pit a13 and cut f189, in some cases mixing both the brown and the clay chunky layer together. When the clay layer was removed we encountered a hard surface, which we presumed was the stone pavement of the courtyard. After cleaning the area we noticed that the material was not stone but fired baked bricks, f194. The bricks are a pink and yellow color (when moist) and cover the bottom of the circular pit cut f189 with a chunky clay material running North-South in the East. This may be a possible damaged area by the pit cut f189. After excavating the circle in its entirety we noticed large stones forming the same shape as the cut, circular. We then decided to excavate in the Southern portion of k108 since we can follow the stones from the pavement. What we found was that the stones sit on top of the bricks and we have hypothesized that the stones were cut by the pit since the stones from the pavement form a circular shape and the bricks are below. However, we do not know if the bricks belong to the stone courtyard as an installation or whether they represent an earlier floor. [L815LR.J]
F0194C03L802We have two possible situations, one that the fired bricks are an earlier phase, a pavement under the palace or that the fired bricks are part of a drainage system since it is in line with the drain found in A13, and may continue underneath the Eastern portion of the stone pavement. [L815LR.J]
F0194C03M929there are several arguments for the eroded areas; one that the bricks were cut by the pit a17 that left gaps of disintegrated bricks, or two that the presence of water seeped it through the cracks and eroded small areas. One eroded area measures 40 x 10 cm linear in shape running north to south across 3 rows of bricks. There is a small circular hole in one of the northern stones that may have funneled water causing the eroded bricks. It is unclear whether this circular hole is natural or man made but was in place when the stone pavement was in use and therefore inadvertently caused water to funnel through this hole and settle on the baked bricks possibly eroding them over time. [-MX12-99.J]
F0194D01L609k108 [L815LR.J]
F0194F02M925<1ov f0330 [M926LR.J]
F0194F02M925<2cu f0189 [M926LR.J]
F0194K03L609bricks [L815LR.J]
F0194K03L609fired clay [L815LR.J]
F0194K05L609yellow and pink [L815LR.J]
F0194K07L609hard [L815LR.J]
F0194O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0194O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0194O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0194P01L609current [L815LR.J]
F0195A21L609fi [L815LR.J]
F0195B11L723fill inside i49, an overfired ceramic vessel where small bones where found which we have defined as either an infant or a small animal. The fill consisted of soft silty clay with bone and sherd inclusions. [L723LR.J]
F0195D01L609k108 [L815LR.J]
F0195F02L802<5si q0612 [-MX12-99.J]
F0195K05L609brown [L815LR.J]
F0195K07L609soft [L815LR.J]
F0195K08L609silty clay [L815LR.J]
F0195P01L609L802 [L815LR.J]
F0196J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0196O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0196O01M717v0073e [-M726-A.J]
F0196O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0196O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0196O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0197B11L818The last 6-7 cm of material on top of the stone pavement f194 in k108. This material is reddish in color and hard clay [M928LR2.J]
F0197J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0197O01M730v0088c [L818LR2.J]
F0197O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0198B11L818Ash layer below the wall f114 and above the wall f158. This ashy layer may be a kind of packing material that joins wall f114 to the foundation f158. [M928LR2.J]
F0198O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
F0198O01M717v0073e [-M726-A.J]
F0198O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0198O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0198O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0199B11L822A tannur base sitting on a white plaster floor part of a14. The tannur is large in diameter, 90cm and has a smooth surface on both the inside and out. All that remains of the tannur is the base and the gray fill inside which contains small pieces of burned bone, and kiln waste. [L822LR.J]
F0199D03L822257 (41569 37218 - 8617 / Relay location: center of ta) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0199F02L822<5si f0200 [L822LR.J]
F0199F02L822>7re f0201 [L822LR.J]
F0199J04L82290 [L822LR.J]
F0199O01M716v0068 [-M726-A.J]
F0199O01M716v0068a [-M726-A.J]
F0199O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0200A21L822fi [L901LR.J]
F0200B11L822fill of the tannur f199, part of a14. Gray with bone and kiln waste inclusions. [L822LR.J]
F0200D01L822k110 [L901LR.J]
F0200D06L8228774 @top [L901LR.J]
F0200F02L822>5si f0199 [L822LR.J]
F0200K07L822fine [L901LR.J]
F0200K07L822soft [L822LR.J]
F0200O01M716v0068 [-M726-A.J]
F0200O01M716v0068a [-M726-A.J]
F0201A21L822fa [L901LR.J]
F0201B11L822Fragmented white plaster floor that the tannur f199 rests on, part of a14. [L822LR.J]
F0201D01L822k110 [L901LR.J]
F0201D06L8228774 @top [L901LR.J]
F0201F02L822<7re f0199 [L822LR.J]
F0201O01M716v0068 [-M726-A.J]
F0201O01M716v0068a [-M726-A.J]
F0201O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0202A40L823^ly [L825LR.J]
F0202B11L818accumulation that contains more ash in k110 [M928LR2.J]
F0202B11L823Medium sized cobbles with large pieces of pottery, ashy layers, and red chunky clay in a light gray matrix. [L825LR.J]
F0202B11L910Under f165, it is a mixture layer with chunks of light brown clay mixed with a soft ashy matrix. The material is of a fine silt with clay inclusions, small flakes of charcoal, white slivers of calcar, and thin chunks of an orange-fired clay. This feature spread throughout the whole locus and contains many small lenses, bands, and layers that are too small or irregular to excavate separately and was given one feature. Most of the material from this feature was excavated while leveling the area. [L910LR.J]
F0202F02L823<5si q0622 [-MX12-99.J]
F0202F02L823<5si q0623 [-MX12-99.J]
F0202F02L825<5si q0624 [-MX12-99.J]
F0202F02L825<5si q0625 [-MX12-99.J]
F0202F02L825<5si q0626 [-MX12-99.J]
F0202F02L901<5si q0662 [-MX12-99.J]
F0202F02L904<5si q0679 [-MX12-99.J]
F0202F02L905<5si q0682 [-MX12-99.J]
F0202F02L906<5si q0683 [-MX12-99.J]
F0202J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0202J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0202J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0202K05L910grayish brown [L910LR.J]
F0202K06L91010yr 5/3 [L910LR.J]
F0202O01M716v0070 [-M726-A.J]
F0202O01M730v0088 [L818LR2.J]
F0202O01M730v0088a [L818LR2.J]
F0202O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0202O03L824w0029 [W314LC.J]
F0202O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0202O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0203B11L822Jar burial found in the south side of k110 on the edge of the section cut. This jar was found upside down with the human remains inside. [M928LR2.J]
F0203C01L823Today while excavating f203 in k110 we came down on a ceramic jar i51 that contained the human body i52 in poor condition positioned upside-down. This jar was located in an area where staff and workers use as a step to enter the site. The jar when completely exposed revealed small bones. It is unclear whether these belong to a small child or an animal. We are treating this as a burial and was found at an elevation of 8617, the jar and bones were photographed then removed on L823. [L825LR.J]
F0203O01M716v0069 [-M726-A.J]
F0203O01M716v0070 [-M726-A.J]
F0204J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0204J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0204O01M716v0070 [-M726-A.J]
F0204O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0204O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0205J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0205J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0205O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0206A21L827fi [L901LR.J]
F0206C01L831we continued to excavate the square tomb f206 and made a separate feature for the material around the bones i60, f223. The bones i60 are badly preserved and were found scattered throughout the western end of the tomb. The bones appear to be going under the tomb and we are uncertain if it is an earlier burial or whether the edge of the tomb was misidentified. One human body i54 was found lying above the stones in the western portion along with a very nice khabur carinated gray bowl i58. To the north and south inside the tomb, brick lines were identified and this could be an earlier tomb that f206 was built on top of or that two walls were built at the bottom of the grave and later widened at the top. [L831LR.J]
F0206C01M919Today we uncovered the remains of i60 which were left in place from last season due to lack of time and comprehension of the situation. The bones were covered up with nylon then back-filled to protect them from the elements. This season after reviewing this tomb it became visible that the pit face extended further east making i60 part of f206. This season we will remove i60 and completely excavate this burial. [-MX12-99.J]
F0206D01L827k110 [L901LR.J]
F0206D06L8278567 @top [L901LR.J]
F0206F02L827<5si q0632 [L818LR3.J]
F0206F02L828<5si q0637 [-MX12-99.J]
F0206F02L828<5si q0638 [-MX12-99.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0054 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0055 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0056 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0057 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0058 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0059 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0060 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0061 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0064 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0065 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si i0066 [M917LR.J]
F0206F02L829<5si q0642 [-MX12-99.J]
F0206F02L830<5si q0650 [-MX12-99.J]
F0206F02L906<5si q0684 [L818LR3.J]
F0206F02M916<5si q0817 [MX12LR.J]
F0206F02M921<5si q0853 [MX12LR.J]
F0206F02M922<5si q0858 [MX12LR.J]
F0206I99MX13could have been redug and used a second time; see also notes no i60 [MX13ALL.J]
F0206K08L827crumb [L901LR.J]
F0206O01M717v0071 [-M726-A.J]
F0206O01M717v0071b [-M726-A.J]
F0206O01M717v0071c [-M726-A.J]
F0206O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0206O01M929v0089a [-MX12-99.J]
F0206O01M929v0089c [-MX12-99.J]
F0206O01M929v0094 [-MX12-99.J]
F0206O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0206O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0207A21L827pv [L901LR.J]
F0207B11L827sherd and pebble pavement [M928LR2.J]
F0207D01L827k110 [L901LR.J]
F0207D06L8278567 @top [L901LR.J]
F0207F02L904<5si q0678 [-MX12-99.J]
F0207O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0208A21L827a [L901LR.J]
F0208D01L827k110 [L901LR.J]
F0208D06L8278570 @top [L901LR.J]
F0208F02L827<5si i0053 [M917LR.J]
F0208F02L827<5si q0633 [L818LR3.J]
F0208O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0209A21L827pt [L901LR.J]
F0209D01L827k110 [L901LR.J]
F0209D03L827258 (41424 36695 - 8564 / Relay location: SW corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0209D03L827259 (41456 36928 - 8556 / Relay location: SE corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0209D03L827260 (41602 36911 - 8555 / Relay location: NE corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0209D03L827261 (41591 36757 - 8562 / Relay location: NW corner) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0209D06L8278567 @top [L901LR.J]
F0210O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0211F02L828<5si q0639 [-MX12-99.J]
F0211F02L829<5si i0067 [M917LR.J]
F0211F02L830<5si q0648 [-MX12-99.J]
F0211J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0211J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0211O01M716v0070 [-M726-A.J]
F0211O01M716v0070a [-M726-A.J]
F0211O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0211O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0212A21L828fi [L901LR.J]
F0212B11L827smaller pit inside the big pit a17 located on the north side with a darker ashy fill [M928LR2.J]
F0212D01L828k110 [L901LR.J]
F0212F02L828<5si q0636 [-MX12-99.J]
F0212J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0212O01M717v0074d [-M726-A.J]
F0212O01M717v0074e [-M726-A.J]
F0212O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0212O03L906w0043 [W315LC.J]
F0212O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0212O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0212O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0213A21L828a [L901LR.J]
F0213B11L827interface between ashy pit fill and red- on top of the bricks in the south side of the east baulk [M928LR2.J]
F0213D01L828k110 [L901LR.J]
F0213F02L828<5si q0635 [-MX12-99.J]
F0213O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0214A21L828w [L901LR.J]
F0214B11L827bricks forming a wall found in the south side of the east baulk under accumulation f213 [M928LR2.J]
F0214D01L828k110 [L901LR.J]
F0214O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0214O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0215A21L828w [L901LR.J]
F0215B11L827bricks seen in k110 east section located in the north side under f204 pit fill [M928LR2.J]
F0215C01L825In the north part of the section while drawing the section, thin reddish brown lines became apparent along with 8cm thick brown material above and below these lines. This area appears to be a wall with no clear signs of brick lines but the mortar lines are visible. This wall f215 runs north to southeast and is at the same elevation as the mortar lines that were found in k108 west section. [L825LR.J]
F0215D01L828k110 [L901LR.J]
F0215F02M905<5si q0695 [MX12LR.J]
F0215J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0215J10L910A16w0038 [L910LR.J]
F0215J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0215O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0215O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0215O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
F0215O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0215O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0215O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0215O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0215O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0216B11L827Small pit and fill located in the eastern end of k110 towards the middle [M928LR2.J]
F0216C01L902we have scraped and cleaned the area in order to identify any features within k110 especially pits. We have come down in the entire area on a compact reddish brown material and on the north area we were exposing an ashy thin layer. All the pits f216 and f217 have been excavated. [L903LR.J]
F0216C01M907the small section inside this pit was excavated today. Last season we assigned f216 to the pit fill until the stones below then it was given f220 since it was ashy. This season we kept f216 for the small section, which was primarily f220 (the material below f216). This pit was cleaned today with plans to remove all traces of fill and photograph the stones, packing below the stones, and the baked bricks below. To date, this pit is the deepest we have gone in A16. It cuts throughout the stone pavement and exposes a thick red chunky packing below followed by baked bricks. The pit cuts through the bricks and below is a reddish material that may be more packing or a possible drain collector. This theory of a drain collector below the stone pavement was suggested last season with the baked bricks alluding to the use of water. Taking into consideration the slope of the courtyard, it is possible that a "collector" of a sort lies below the stones and is used to hold used water then drain out through another channel. [M907LR.J]
F0216C01M908This pit was excavated primarily in MZ14 and today we cleaned the area around the surface to remove any traces of the fill. Currently the pit is 130 cm deep and appears to be the end of the pit since the soil has changed from a soft gray to brown orange color. There are also several white cobbles at the bottom. [M908LR5.J]
F0216C01M926We decided to continue excavating in this pit after reviewing the deeper pit f250. Last season the matrix slowly changed from gray material to a reddish color with a few cobbles in view. This marked the interface between end of pit and the material below. Yesterday a few cm of this material was removed to see if it was the end of the pit and it resulted in the cobbles continuing through the pit wall marking it clearly non-pit. Several arguments were proposed including the possibility of a septic tank like installation below the stone pavement. The baked brick f194 would be the covering for this installation. f216 would then be a cut into this installation and after a brief meeting with gB we decided to remove the cobbles to see if drain-like material begins to emerge. The cobbles were removed from the bottom and a brown matrix with charcoal inclusions was found below the layer of cobbles. The situation remains unclear. [M926LR.J]
F0216C02M907We plan to excavate this pit once we arrive to the level of the stone pavement a12. [M907LR.J]
F0216D03L827263 (41451 37307 - 8504 / Relay location: center of pt) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0216F02M905<5si q0702 [MX12LR.J]
F0216F02M907<5si q0706 [MX12LR.J]
F0216F02M908<5si q0718 [MX12LR.J]
F0216F02M925<0co f0332 [M926LR.J]
F0216F02M926>2cu f0338 [M926LR.J]
F0216F02M926>2cu f0339 [M926LR.J]
F0216O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0216O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0216O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0217B11L827pit cut in the north east corner filled with gravel f236- part of a15 jar burial [M928LR2.J]
F0217C01L831Today while excavating k110 a small circular depression was noticed in the northeast corner next to the East baulk. The area was cleaned which revealed vertical bricks in a soft sandy matrix, which we labeled as a pit f217, possibly a burial. [L831LR.J]
F0217C01L902we have scraped and cleaned the area in order to identify any features within k110 especially pits. We have come down in the entire area on a compact reddish brown material and on the north area we were exposing an ashy thin layer. All the pits f216 and f217 have been excavated. [L903LR.J]
F0217D03L827264 (41647 37429 - 8560 / Relay location: center of pt) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0217F02L830<5si q0651 [-MX12-99.J]
F0217F02M907<5si q0709 [MX12LR.J]
F0217O01M717v0072 [-M726-A.J]
F0217O01M717v0072a [-M726-A.J]
F0217O01M717v0072b [-M726-A.J]
F0217O01M717v0072c [-M726-A.J]
F0217O01M717v0072d [-M726-A.J]
F0217O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0217O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0217O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0218A21L828s [L901LR.J]
F0218B11L827Seen in the south section of k110- Vertical bricks forming a vault-like structure perhaps from a tomb that was cut by the pit a17 [M928LR2.J]
F0218D01L828k110 [L901LR.J]
F0218J10L910A16w0034 [L910LR.J]
F0218O01M730v0085 [L818LR2.J]
F0218O01M730v0088b [L818LR2.J]
F0218O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
F0219A21L828a [L901LR.J]
F0219B11L827reddish brown clay found in the north of k108- this material may be possible pit lining. [M928LR2.J]
F0219D01L828k108 [L901LR.J]
F0219F02L829<5si q0644 [-MX12-99.J]
F0219J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0219O01M717v0074d [-M726-A.J]
F0219O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0219O03L906w0043 [W315LC.J]
F0219O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0219O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0219O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0220A21L828fi [L901LR.J]
F0220D01L828k110 [L901LR.J]
F0220F02L829<5si q0645 [-MX12-99.J]
F0220O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0221B11L827reddish material to the south of f219 and above the stones [M928LR2.J]
F0221F02L830<5si q0649 [-MX12-99.J]
F0221O01M717v0074d [-M726-A.J]
F0221O01M717v0074e [-M726-A.J]
F0221O01M717v0074f [-M726-A.J]
F0221O01M717v0074h [-M726-A.J]
F0222B11L827hollow fill below f204 [M928LR2.J]
F0222F02L902<5si q0672 [-MX12-99.J]
F0223B11M807fill of square tomb a16 [-MX12-A.J]
F0223C01L831we continued to excavate the square tomb f206 and made a separate feature for the material around the bones i60, f223. [L831LR.J]
F0223F02L830<5si q0652 [-MX12-99.J]
F0223O01M717v0071 [-M726-A.J]
F0223O01M717v0071a [-M726-A.J]
F0223O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
F0224A21L830a [L901LR.J]
F0224D01L830k110 [L901LR.J]
F0224F02L830<5si q0653 [-MX12-99.J]
F0224O01M717v0072 [-M726-A.J]
F0224O01M717v0072a [L818LR2.J]
F0226F02L829<5si i0070 [M917LR.J]
F0226F02L901<5si q0659 [-MX12-99.J]
F0226J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0226O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0226O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0227F02L829<5si i0062 [M917LR.J]
F0227F02L829<5si i0063 [M917LR.J]
F0227F02L829<5si i0072 [M917LR.J]
F0227F02L829<5si i0073 [M917LR.J]
F0227F02L829<5si i0074 [M917LR.J]
F0227F02L829<5si i0075 [M917LR.J]
F0227F02L829<5si i0076 [M917LR.J]
F0227F02L829<5si i0078 [M917LR.J]
F0227F02M904<5si i0085 [-MX12-99.J]
F0227F02M904<5si i0086 [-MX12-99.J]
F0227O01M717v0072 [-M726-A.J]
F0227O01M717v0072a [-M726-A.J]
F0228A21L830fi [L901LR.J]
F0228D01L830k110 [L901LR.J]
F0228F02L831<5si q0656 [-MX12-99.J]
F0229A21L830fi [L901LR.J]
F0229D01L830k110 [L901LR.J]
F0229F02L831<5si q0657 [-MX12-99.J]
F0230A21L830fi [L901LR.J]
F0230D01L830k110 [L901LR.J]
F0230F02L831<5si q0658 [-MX12-99.J]
F0231A21L901a [L901LR.J]
F0231B11L901accumulation below f207 pebble and sherd pavement- includes the sherd pavement excavated with this feature. [M928LR2.J]
F0231D01L901k111 [L901LR.J]
F0231F02L901<5si q0660 [-MX12-99.J]
F0232A21L901ly [L901LR.J]
F0232B11L901red layer in the east side of k111 [M928LR2.J]
F0232D01L901k111 [L901LR.J]
F0232F02L901<5si q0661 [-MX12-99.J]
F0233A21L901w [L901LR.J]
F0233B11L901Northern tomb wall inside the square tomb f206 part of a16 located on the stone pavement below. This wall is mud brick and only one course in height. [M928LR2.J]
F0233D01L901k110 [L901LR.J]
F0233D03L910290 (41557 36741 - 2409 / Relay location: westend) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0233D03L910291 (41557 36887 - 2430 / Relay location: eastend) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0233D03L910292 (41472 36703 - 2439 / Relay location: westend) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0233D03L910293 (41499 36920 - 2439 / Relay location: eastend) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0233O01M717v0071 [-M726-A.J]
F0233O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0233O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0234A21L901w [L901LR.J]
F0234B11L901Southern tomb wall inside the square tomb f206 part of a16 located on the stone pavement below. This wall is mud brick and only one course in height. This wall is badly preserved. [M928LR2.J]
F0234D01L901k110 [L901LR.J]
F0234O01M717v0071 [-M726-A.J]
F0234O01M717v0071a [-M726-A.J]
F0234O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0234O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0235A21L901pv [L901LR.J]
F0235B11L901stone pavement in k110 part of a12 [M928LR2.J]
F0235D01L901k110 [L901LR.J]
F0235O01M717v0071c [-M726-A.J]
F0236C01L831The sandy soil f236 was first removed along with the vertical bricks, which revealed large fragments of a ceramic vessel i71. We proceeded to remove the soil from the north portion since the depression was located immediately to the south of the already excavated k109 and only 5 cm needed to be removed facilitating the excavation of the burial. In the east section, a clear pit cut was seen with loose brown fill f236 and large pieces of bricks but it were uncertain whether it extended further south. The southern area was cleaned in order to find the extent of the burial and bricky material was found with a linear fissure running north to south. A small portion of this was excavated to see if this belonged with the burial. This area did not appear to be associated with the pit and we concentrated our efforts into excavating the jar burial, which we made into an aggregate, a15. The soil around the burial jar i71 was cleaned using a brush and dental pick, which exposed the large vessel resting on its side with the top portion cracked and broken. [L831LR.J]
F0236F02L829<5si i0068 [M917LR.J]
F0236F02L829<5si i0069 [M917LR.J]
F0236F02L829<5si i0071 [M917LR.J]
F0236F02L829<5si i0077 [M917LR.J]
F0236F02L829<5si i0079 [M917LR.J]
F0236O01M717v0072 [L818LR2.J]
F0236O01M717v0072a [L818LR2.J]
F0236O01M717v0072b [L818LR2.J]
F0236O01M717v0072c [L818LR2.J]
F0236O01M717v0072d [L818LR2.J]
F0237B11L901hollow fill under f207 in k112 [M928LR2.J]
F0237F02L715<5si i0080 [-MX12-99.J]
F0237F02L905<5si q0681 [-MX12-99.J]
F0237F02M903<5si q0686 [MX12LR.J]
F0237F02M905<5si i0087 [-MX12-99.J]
F0237F02M905<5si q0697 [MX12LR.J]
F0237F02R818<5si q0665-I03 [UZ15MM.J]
F0237O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0237O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0238B11L902interface layer between a11 and a2 houses and pit material found in the pillar. Reddish in color and the same feature as f163 and f153. [N317LR.J]
F0238F02L902<5si q0666 [-MX12-99.J]
F0238O01M717v0074a [-M726-A.J]
F0239B11L902pit fill gray under f238 same as f157 [M928LR2.J]
F0239F02L902<5si q0667 [-MX12-99.J]
F0239F02L902<5si q0669 [-MX12-99.J]
F0239F02L904<5si q0680 [-MX12-99.J]
F0239O01M717v0074a [-M726-A.J]
F0240B11L902layer in the east baulk "pillar" pit fill under f239 lighter gray in color [M928LR2.J]
F0240F02L902<5si q0668 [-MX12-99.J]
F0240F02L902<5si q0671 [-MX12-99.J]
F0240O01M717v0074a [-M726-A.J]
F0240O01M717v0074b [-M726-A.J]
F0241B11L902layer in the east baulk pillar under f240 more compact material and light gray [M928LR2.J]
F0241F02L902<5si q0670 [-MX12-99.J]
F0241F02L902<5si q0673 [-MX12-99.J]
F0241O01M717v0074g [-M726-A.J]
F0242F02L903<5si q0674 [-MX12-99.J]
F0243F02L903<5si q0675 [-MX12-99.J]
F0243O01M717v0074g [-M726-A.J]
F0244F02L903<5si q0676 [-MX12-99.J]
F0244O01M717v0074e [-M726-A.J]
F0244O01M717v0074f [-M726-A.J]
F0244O01M717v0074g [-M726-A.J]
F0245F02L903<5si q0677 [-MX12-99.J]
F0246J10L910A16w0033 [L910LR.J]
F0246O01L701v0024 [-M726-A.J]
F0246O01L701v0024a [-M726-A.J]
F0246O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
F0246O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
F0246O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
F0247J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0247O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0247O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
F0248J10L910A16w0035 [L910LR.J]
F0248J10L910A16w0041 [L910LR.J]
F0248O01M717v0073f [-M726-A.J]
F0248O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
F0248O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
F0248O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
F0248O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
F0249A21M907w [M907LR.J]
F0249C01M907Excavated around this wall in k202 and k203 to find the face but did not encounter anything that resembled a clear brick face. We are under the assumption that this is a mud wall since the material is harder and more compacted than the material around it. [M907LR.J]
F0249F02M909<5si q0732 [MX12LR.J]
F0249F02M909<5si q0733 [MX12LR.J]
F0249O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0249O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0250B11M903This is a circular shape in k110 that was noticed during the last day of excavations in MZ14. The shape does not appear to form a true circle and appears more "horseshoe" in shape. It has a thick mud ring, which fluctuates in width around 16cm thick all around. The material inside does not appear different than the material on the outside. We may be at the top of this "pit"/feature and hope to see it better when scraped and cleaned. [M903LR.J]
F0250D03L910287 (41232 36801 - 2517 / Relay location: center) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0250D03L910288 (41182 36853 - 2517 / Relay location: innerend) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0250D03L910289 (41165 36863 - 2520 / Relay location: outerend) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0250D03M910341 (41301 36827 - 8547 / Relay location: outer diameter) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0250D03M910342 (41203 36868 - 8606 / Relay location: outer diameter) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0250D03M910343 (41146 36758 - 8550 / Relay location: inner diameter) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0250D03M910344 (41239 36700 - 8545 / Relay location: outer diameter) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0250F02MX02>2cu f0193 [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0089a [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0089c [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0089d [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0094 [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0098 [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0102 [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0109 [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O01M929v0109a [-MX12-99.J]
F0250O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0250O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0251B11M903an "L" shaped clay formation 10cm thick that has half a cv emerging next to it. This feature was first seen at the end of excavations last season. [M903LR.J]
F0251O01M929v0099 [-MX12-99.J]
F0251O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
F0251O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
F0255A21M903ly [-MX12-99.J]
F0255B11M903The first layer in k201, this is mostly contaminated since it has been left exposed to the elements for 3 years and was left by A10. This layer consists of 10cm of soil with no distinct characteristics and contains a mixture of material. Assigned for the cleaning and scraping of the locus. [-MX12-99.J]
F0255B11M903a mixture of soft soil with hard chunks of orange colored clay. It is mostly if not all contaminated since it was left exposed for three years. [M903LR.J]
F0255C01M92310 cm of this feature was removed today but was decided to remain unexcavated since the stone courtyard stops and presumably does not continue into this area. There is a possibility that stones are located in the north next to the section. [-MX12-99.J]
F0255D01M903k201 [-MX12-99.J]
F0255F02M903<5si q0688 [MX12LR.J]
F0255F02M922<5si q0865 [MX12LR.J]
F0256A21M903vm [-MX12-99.J]
F0256B11M903This locus is technically the east baulk (southern portion) of k110 and contains many layers. This feature was assigned to the baulk to facilitate excavation and contains many features and layers. [N304LR2.J]
F0256D01M903k209 [-MX12-99.J]
F0256F02M903<5si q0689 [MX12LR.J]
F0256F02M903<5si q0690 [MX12LR.J]
F0256F02M904<5si q0691 [MX12LR.J]
F0256F02M904<5si q0692 [MX12LR.J]
F0257A21M903vm [-MX12-99.J]
F0257B11M903This loci similar to f256 is technically the east baulk (northern portion) of k110 and contains many layers. This feature was assigned to facilitate with the removal of the baulk and contains all the features in the section. [-MX12-99.J]
F0257D01M903k208 [-MX12-99.J]
F0257F02M904<5si q0693 [MX12LR.J]
F0257F02M904<5si q0694 [MX12LR.J]
F0257F02M907<5si q0707 [MX12LR.J]
F0258A01M905f0305 [M928LR.J]
F0258A21M905ac [M928LR.J]
F0258D01M905k108 [M928LR.J]
F0258F02M905<5si q0698 [MX12LR.J]
F0259A21M905w [M928LR.J]
F0259B11M905possible wall 4 to 5 courses in the west side of k108 baulk. This feature is a series of red bricks seen in the west section a few centimeters above the stone pavement a12. [M928LR.J]
F0259D01M905k108 [M928LR.J]
F0260A01M905f0313 [M928LR.J]
F0260A21M905ac [M928LR.J]
F0260B11M905red accumulation seen in the south section, same as f313 and f167 (in A13) and part of a27. [M928LR.J]
F0260D01M905k110 [M928LR.J]
F0260F02M905<5si q0699 [MX12LR.J]
F0260O01M929v0100 [-MX12-99.J]
F0260O01M929v0100a [-MX12-99.J]
F0261A21M905w [M928LR.J]
F0261B11M9054 courses of red bricks seen in the south section; possibly a wall. [M928LR.J]
F0261D01M905k110 [M928LR.J]
F0263F02M907<5si q0705 [MX12LR.J]
F0263F02M929<2cu f0276 [-MX12-99.J]
F0263O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0264F02M905<5si q0700 [MX12LR.J]
F0264F02M907<5si i0095 [-MX12-99.J]
F0264F02M907<5si q0704 [MX12LR.J]
F0264O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0265F02M908<5si q0717 [MX12LR.J]
F0265O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0266A01M905f0267 [M928LR.J]
F0266B11M905reddish layer on top of the gray layers- this is a series of sloping layers alternating between red and gray that makes up several features. This layer is best viewed in the south section. [M928LR.J]
F0266F02M907<5si q0708 [MX12LR.J]
F0266F02M908<5si q0725 [MX12LR.J]
F0266F02M908<5si q0728 [MX12LR.J]
F0266F02M909<5si i0099 [-MX12-99.J]
F0266F02M909<5si q0731 [MX12LR.J]
F0266F02M909<5si q0739 [MX12LR.J]
F0266F02M910<5si q0741 [MX12LR.J]
F0266F02M910<5si q0745 [MX12LR.J]
F0266O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0266O01M929v0094 [-MX12-99.J]
F0266O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
F0267A01M905f0266 [M928LR.J]
F0267F02M907<5si q0712 [MX12LR.J]
F0267F02M908<5si q0721 [MX12LR.J]
F0267O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0267O01M929v0091a [-MX12-99.J]
F0267O01M929v0094 [-MX12-99.J]
F0267O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
F0268F02M905<5si q0701 [MX12LR.J]
F0268F02M907<5si i0093 [-MX12-99.J]
F0268F02M907<5si q0703 [MX12LR.J]
F0268F02M908<5si q0724 [MX12LR.J]
F0268F02R813<5si q0703-I01 [R813LR.J]
F0268O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
F0268O01M929v0092 [-MX12-99.J]
F0268O01M929v0093 [-MX12-99.J]
F0269A21M905ly [M928LR.J]
F0269B11M905Layer in the east baulk below the wall f215 [M928LR.J]
F0269D01M905k110 [M928LR.J]
F0269F02M907<5si q0710 [MX12LR.J]
F0270A21M905ac [M928LR.J]
F0270B11M905This feature is a series of layers found in the east baulk of k110. Includes some of f259- and was used to cut back the section to expose a fresh view. The section was cut back 20 cm. [M928LR.J]
F0270D01M905k108 [M928LR.J]
F0270F02M907<5si q0711 [MX12LR.J]
F0272A21M908pt [M908LR5.J]
F0272B11M908small round pit located on the south end of k207, part of the pit is in the south section with a diameter of 50cm and 12cm deep. The material inside consisted of a softer ashy fill with sand inclusions. The eastern side of the pit has a harder face, which feels like brick with an orange coloring but does not extend further out. The bottom of the pit has large sand granules visible. [M908LR5.J]
F0272B11M929small shallow pit found while scraping the area k207. This pit is cut by our south section and contains an ashy fill with some pottery. The pit measured 12 cm deep. [-MX12-99.J]
F0272C01M908yesterday while scraping the area this small pit was noticed. The gray fill inside stood out in texture and color from the surrounding matrix and was completely excavated today. The fill contained some pottery and bones. The bottom of the pit was relayed but when checked the angles are incorrect, tomorrow we will remeasure this pit. [M908LR5.J]
F0272D01M908k207 [M926LR.J]
F0272D06M9088540 @top 8528 @bottom [M926LR.J]
F0272F02M907<5si q0713 [MX12LR.J]
F0272O01M929v0091a [-MX12-99.J]
F0272O01M929v0092 [-MX12-99.J]
F0272O01M929v0100 [-MX12-99.J]
F0272O01M929v0100a [-MX12-99.J]
F0273A21M908pt [M908LR5.J]
F0273B11M908This pit is located 15 cm NE of pit f272 and measures 50cm diameter, 18cm deep. The fill in this pit was harder than f272 with less ash. The bottom of the pit contains clay inclusions. [M908LR5.J]
F0273B11M929small shallow pit found while scraping the area k207 and is located approx 10 cm north of f272. Similar to f272, this pit was very shallow only 14-20 cm deep. [-MX12-99.J]
F0273C01M908We completely excavated this small pit today, which included pottery and some bones. The pit was relayed but when plotted with AutoCAD it did not plot in the right place. Tomorrow we will measure this pit again. [M908LR5.J]
F0273D01M908k207 [M926LR.J]
F0273D03M909327 (41062 37144 - 8552 / Relay location: north edge) [M910LR-R.J]
F0273F02M908<5si q0714 [MX12LR.J]
F0273O01M929v0092 [-MX12-99.J]
F0273O01M929v0100 [-MX12-99.J]
F0273O01M929v0100a [-MX12-99.J]
F0273O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
F0273O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
F0274A21M908pb [M926LR.J]
F0274B11M908bricks on top of burial a19 [M926LR.J]
F0274B11M929Several bricks laid out in the a square-like area. These bricks are gray and orange and do not seem to make a clear pattern. These bricks were the top of a square cut tomb that when removed exposed burial a19 below. [-MX12-99.J]
F0274D01M908k207 [M926LR.J]
F0274F02M908<5si q0715 [MX12LR.J]
F0274F02M929<2cu f0276 [-MX12-99.J]
F0274F02R813<5si q0715-I01 [R813LR.J]
F0274O01M929v0093 [-MX12-99.J]
F0274O01M929v0093a [-MX12-99.J]
F0275A21M908ly [M926LR.J]
F0275B11M908mixed layer below f262 ashy with orange brown soil [M926LR.J]
F0275D01M908k201 [M926LR.J]
F0275F02M908<5si q0716 [MX12LR.J]
F0276A21M908pt [M926LR.J]
F0276B11M908pit cut of burial a19- square cut [M926LR.J]
F0276C01M909Yesterday bricks were found while scraping the surface and were removed which revealed that this is in fact a burial. We assigned this feature with the assumption that this was a pit. It is now the feature for the burial, which goes down 40cm then comes down on the human remains. [N304LR2.J]
F0276D01M908k207 [M926LR.J]
F0276F02M929>2cu f0263 [-MX12-99.J]
F0276F02M929>2cu f0274 [-MX12-99.J]
F0276O01M929v0093 [-MX12-99.J]
F0276O01M929v0096 [-MX12-99.J]
F0276O01M929v0104 [-MX12-99.J]
F0276O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
F0276O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
F0276O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
F0277A21M908fi [M926LR.J]
F0277B11M908fill of pit cut f276 burial part of a19 [M926LR.J]
F0277D01M908k207 [M926LR.J]
F0277F02M908<5si q0719 [MX12LR.J]
F0277F02M908<5si q0729 [MX12LR.J]
F0277F02M909<5si i0096 [-MX12-99.J]
F0277F02M909<5si i0097 [-MX12-99.J]
F0277F02M909<5si i0098 [-MX12-99.J]
F0277F02M930<5si i0148 [-MX12-99.J]
F0277O01M929v0096 [-MX12-99.J]
F0277O01M929v0096a [-MX12-99.J]
F0277O01M929v0096b [-MX12-99.J]
F0277O01M929v0097 [-MX12-99.J]
F0278A21M908ly [M926LR.J]
F0278B11M908above laminations contains charcoal inclusions [M926LR.J]
F0278D01M908k204 [M926LR.J]
F0278F02M908<5si q0720 [MX12LR.J]
F0279F02M908<5si q0722 [MX12LR.J]
F0279F02M908<5si q0723 [MX12LR.J]
F0279F02M908<5si q0726 [MX12LR.J]
F0279F02R813<5si q0723-I01 [R813LR.J]
F0279O01M929v0089b [-MX12-99.J]
F0279O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0279O01M929v0095 [-MX12-99.J]
F0280F02M908<5si q0727 [MX12LR.J]
F0280O01M929v0089b [-MX12-99.J]
F0280O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0280O01M929v0095 [-MX12-99.J]
F0281F02M908>0co f0283 [M928LR.J]
F0281F02M909<5si q0730 [MX12LR.J]
F0281O01M929v0089b [-MX12-99.J]
F0281O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0281O01M929v0090a [-MX12-99.J]
F0281O01M929v0095 [-MX12-99.J]
F0281O01M929v0095a [-MX12-99.J]
F0282A21M908ly [M928LR.J]
F0282B11M908gray layer below f266 seen in the south section sloping up [M928LR.J]
F0282D01M908k205 [M928LR.J]
F0282O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
F0283A21M908ac [M928LR.J]
F0283B11M908accumulation below f281 associated with the tannur f180. Contains layers of use, ash, and red material. This feature was cut by the pit a13. [M928LR.J]
F0283D01M908k210 [M928LR.J]
F0283F02M908<0co f0281 [M928LR.J]
F0283F02M908<7re f0180 [M928LR.J]
F0283F02M909<5si q0734 [MX12LR.J]
F0283F02M909<5si q0738 [MX12LR.J]
F0283F02M910<5si q0743 [MX12LR.J]
F0283O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0283O01M929v0090a [-MX12-99.J]
F0283O01M929v0095 [-MX12-99.J]
F0284A21M908ly [M928LR.J]
F0284B11M908mixture of f281, f287 and f283 on the eastern side. f283 is cut by the pit f281 and a small pocket of pit fill remained on the eastern end of this pit. It was later removed and the layers kept separate but initially these two layers mixed together for 15cm of excavation. [M928LR.J]
F0284D01M908k210 [M928LR.J]
F0284F02M909<5si q0735 [MX12LR.J]
F0285A21M908ac [M928LR.J]
F0285B11M908accumulation below laminations extends throughout k202 and into k203 [M928LR.J]
F0285D01M908k204 [M928LR.J]
F0285D06M9088551 @top [M928LR.J]
F0285F02M909<5si q0736 [MX12LR.J]
F0285F02M910<5si q0744 [MX12LR.J]
F0285F02M910<5si q0747 [MX12LR.J]
F0285F02M910<5si q0751 [MX12LR.J]
F0285F02M911<5si q0764 [MX12LR.J]
F0286A21M908ac [M928LR.J]
F0286B11M908same as f285 but located in k203- accumulation below laminations [M928LR.J]
F0286D01M908k203 [M928LR.J]
F0286F02M909<5si q0737 [MX12LR.J]
F0286F02M910<5si q0742 [MX12LR.J]
F0286F02M910<5si q0746 [MX12LR.J]
F0286F02M910<5si q0749 [MX12LR.J]
F0286F02M911<5si q0763 [MX12LR.J]
F0286F02M911<5si q0767 [MX12LR.J]
F0286F02M911<5si q0768 [MX12LR.J]
F0286F02M912<5si i0109 [M917LR.J]
F0286F02M912<5si q0774 [MX12LR.J]
F0286F02M913<5si q0788 [MX12LR.J]
F0286F02M915<5si i0127 [M917LR.J]
F0287A21M908ly [M928LR.J]
F0287B11M908This feature is the lower portion of the pit fill f281. The material cuts f283 and a pocket of this fill remained on the eastern end and was excavated separately. [M928LR.J]
F0287D01M908k210 [M928LR.J]
F0287D06M9088544 @bottom [M928LR.J]
F0287D06M9088584 @top [M928LR.J]
F0287F02M909<5si q0740 [MX12LR.J]
F0287F02M910<5si q0748 [MX12LR.J]
F0287F02M911<5si q0762 [MX12LR.J]
F0288A21M911w [-MX12-99.J]
F0288B11M911Possible wall inside f250 circular pit. Contains two bricks that are in line and are located along the western side of f250. [-MX12-99.J]
F0288D01M911k205 [-MX12-99.J]
F0288D03M910345 (41180 36750 - 8551 / Relay location: corner SE) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0288D03M910346 (41293 36796 - 8549 / Relay location: corner NE) [R7QFAB1R.J]
F0288D06M9118550 [-MX12-99.J]
F0288O01M929v0098 [-MX12-99.J]
F0288P02M911removed M910 [-MX12-99.J]
F0289A21M911fi [-MX12-99.J]
F0289B11M911fill of f250, which we are calling circular pit. The fill consists of compacted light brown soil with clay inclusions. [N304LR2.J]
F0289B11M913small pit circular in shape with the soil a brown color soft and rather clean. The fill contains small amounts of charcoal and clay inclusions but overall is very uniform in texture and color. [MX12LR4.J]
F0289D01M911k205 [-MX12-99.J]
F0289D06M9118545 [-MX12-99.J]
F0289F02M910<5si q0750 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M911<5si q0769 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M911<5si q0773 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M914<5si q0795 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M922<5si q0864 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M922<5si q0869 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M923<5si i0164 [-MX12-99.J]
F0289F02M923<5si q0877 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M923<5si q0880 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M923<5si q0883 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M924<5si i0169 [-MX12-99.J]
F0289F02M924<5si q0886 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M924<5si q0888 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M924<5si q0889 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M924<5si q0890 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M925<5si i0174 [-MX12-99.J]
F0289F02M926<5si q0900 [MX12LR.J]
F0289F02M926<5si q0901 [MX12LR.J]
F0289O01M929v0094 [-MX12-99.J]
F0289O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
F0289O01M929v0098 [-MX12-99.J]
F0289O01M929v0098a [-MX12-99.J]
F0289O01M929v0102 [-MX12-99.J]
F0289O01M929v0109 [-MX12-99.J]
F0289O01M929v0109a [-MX12-99.J]
F0290B11M911Small round hole located 130cm from the top of pit f216 in the lowest level. The hole begins on the northeast side and runs along the same angle then turns. A meter tape was inserted and measured 70cm deep and appears to continue. This hole may be a rodent hole with other possibilities including a piece of wood or an outlet for the collection drain of the stone pavement a12. [N304LR2.J]
F0290C03M917This circular hole in the Northeast corner of f216 could be a number of things such as the remains of wood that had disintegrated over the years and left a circular hole in its place, a rodent hole, or an outlet/inlet of some sort associated with the baked bricks on top. The rodent hole appears cut into the reddish packing material f339 a very pure clay. It seems odd to have water associated with this hole unless it was plastered with bitumen, which does not seem to be the case. The reddish clay f339 when wet turns into a plastic clay, which one assumes if water was passing through the hole, would eventually collapse or dissolve away. Possibly a tubing material was set in place and was later removed by the people who cut pit f216. This hole is at the level of the cobbles f338 which can be associated with water. This hole may simply just be a hole created by a small animal in which some water funneled through smoothing out the circumference of the hole to appear man-made. The situation will be further investigated next season when we excavate the pit further. [M917AP.J]
F0291A21M911pt [-MX12-99.J]
F0291B11M911Small pit located inside another pit; f250. This pit has soft gray fill with lots of charcoal inclusions. Several stones; one basalt grinding stone and one door socket along with some pottery sherds marked the top of this feature. [N304LR2.J]
F0291C01M911This small feature was noticed after removing 10cm from the larger pit f250. After cleaning the area a clear separation between the more compacted soil of f289 and the fill of this pit was noticed immediately by its dark gray coloring. Several objects were found on top, which included a door socket, grinding stone, and several larger pieces of pottery. The fill is rather dirty with lots of charcoal inclusions. A photograph was taken and then 30cm of soil was removed from this feature. The pit appears to continue down but due to its small size we will remove f289 around it first then remove the rest of the gray fill when there is more space to excavate it. [N304LR2.J]
F0291D01M911k205 [-MX12-99.J]
F0291D06M9118526 [-MX12-99.J]
F0291F02M911<5si q0761 [MX12LR.J]
F0291O01M929v0102 [-MX12-99.J]
F0292A21M911ly [-MX12-99.J]
F0292B11M911gray ashy layer seen in the south section that slopes up from west (lowest point) to the east (hight point), This layer lies in between a number of sloping layers but is the most distinct and thickest gray one. [-MX12-99.J]
F0292D01M911k206 [-MX12-99.J]
F0292D06M9118563 [-MX12-99.J]
F0292F02M911<5si q0765 [MX12LR.J]
F0292F02M911<5si q0770 [MX12LR.J]
F0292F02M911<5si q0772 [MX12LR.J]
F0292F02M913<5si q0783 [MX12LR.J]
F0292F02M914<5si q0792 [MX12LR.J]
F0292F02R814<5si q0756-I03 [R813LR.J]
F0292O01M929v0094 [-MX12-99.J]
F0292O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
F0292O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
F0292O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
F0292O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
F0293A21M911ly [-MX12-99.J]
F0293B11M911Reddish brown layer next to the gray f292. Seen in the south section, this reddish brown layer lies underneath f292 and slopes up. [-MX12-99.J]
F0293D01M911k206 [-MX12-99.J]
F0293D06M9118563 [-MX12-99.J]
F0293F02M911<5si q0760 [MX05SB.J]
F0293O01M929v0094 [-MX12-99.J]
F0293O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
F0293O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
F0294F02M911<5si i0107 [M917LR.J]
F0294F02M911<5si i0108 [M917LR.J]
F0294F02M911<5si q0766 [MX12LR.J]
F0294F02M911<5si q0771 [MX12LR.J]
F0294F02M913<5si q0786 [MX12LR.J]
F0294F02M914<5si q0793 [MX12LR.J]
F0294F02M914<5si q0794 [MX12LR.J]
F0294O01M929v0100 [-MX12-99.J]
F0294O01M929v0100a [-MX12-99.J]
F0294O01M929v0104 [-MX12-99.J]
F0294O01M929v0104a [-MX12-99.J]
F0294O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
F0295C01M919The soil above the laminations was removed and left a thin gray layer that runs through k208 and k209 seen in section. A small pit f295 close in the south side was also removed. Portions of the east section k208, k209 are being removed today. [N303LR.J]
F0295O01M929v0100 [-MX12-99.J]
F0295O01M929v0100a [-MX12-99.J]
F0296A01M922f0299 [-MX12-99.J]
F0296A21M912pt [M926LR.J]
F0296B11M912Small gray pit middle of the locus [M926LR.J]
F0296D01M912k205 [M926LR.J]
F0296F02M912<5si q0779 [MX05SB.J]
F0297A21M912w [M926LR.J]
F0297B11M912row of bricks, possibly a tomb wall associated with burial a21 north of the pot smash burial a20. [M926LR.J]
F0297D01M912k205 [M926LR.J]
F0298A21M913pt [M926LR.J]
F0298B11M913small pit [M926LR.J]
F0298D01M913k207 [M926LR.J]
F0298F02M913<5si q0784 [MX12LR.J]
F0298O01M929v0092 [-MX12-99.J]
F0298O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
F0298O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
F0299A01M922f0296 [-MX12-99.J]
F0299A21M913pt [M926LR.J]
F0299B11M913small round pit located east of the pot smash burial a21. This pit contains very ashy fill with lots of pottery. [M926LR.J]
F0299C01M913circular pit larger in size than the other small pits in the area like f298. This pit contains gray ash and very dirty fill. Lots of pottery sherds are emerging mixed with over fired pottery/ kiln waste which was collected as a sample. [MX12LR4.J]
F0299C01M919The fill of this small pit was removed today and we noticed a change in the matrix. The fill of f299 retained a soft, ashy, gray fill with lots of pottery and vitrified clay material that looks like kiln waste. The gray color stopped approx 30cm down and the soil changed to a moist brown color. We decided to remove a few more centimeters to make sure it was the end of the pit and encountered i222, a whole ceramic vessel indicative of a burial. [-MX12-99.J]
F0299D01M913k206 [M926LR.J]
F0299F02M913<5si q0785 [MX12LR.J]
F0299F02M913<5si q0789 [MX12LR.J]
F0299F02M913<5si q0791 [MX12LR.J]
F0299O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
F0299O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
F0300F02M926<5si q0907 [MX12LR.J]
F0301F02M914<5si i0125 [M917LR.J]
F0301F02M914<5si q0796 [MX12LR.J]
F0301F02M914<5si q0800 [MX12LR.J]
F0301F02M918<5si q0831 [MX12LR.J]
F0301F02M919<5si i0140 [-MX12-99.J]
F0301O01M929v0106 [-MX12-99.J]
F0302F02M914<5si q0797 [MX12LR.J]
F0302F02M914<5si q0801 [MX12LR.J]
F0302O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
F0302O01M929v0102 [-MX12-99.J]
F0302O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
F0302O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
F0303A21M915ly [M926LR.J]
F0303B11M915layer below f299 pit- this material is not part of the pit, which we initially thought, and contains a partially exposed jar i122, likely part of a burial. [M926LR.J]
F0303D01M915k206 [M926LR.J]
F0304A21M914fi [M926LR.J]
F0304B11M914fill of the ceramic vessels lying on their sides i114 and i115. These items turned out to be a burial a20. The fill was only 10 cm in thickness, thicker in certain places but noticed immediately that it was a burial. [M926LR.J]
F0304C04M914fill of burial a20 located in the padastooled area under the tannur f180. Due to the pit cut of a17, we could not find the cut associated with this burial. Therefore we really could not clearly distinguish between fill material and the material around the burial. This feature was assigned after excavating the burial for stratigraphic purposes. The soil was removed using a dental pick, brush, and spoon. [M926LR.J]
F0304F02M914<5si i0123 [M917LR.J]
F0304O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
F0304O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
F0304O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
F0305A01M905f0258 [M928LR.J]
F0305O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
F0305O01M929v0090a [-MX12-99.J]
F0305O01M929v0095 [-MX12-99.J]
F0305O01M929v0095a [-MX12-99.J]
F0305O01M929v0095b [-MX12-99.J]
F0305O01M929v0095c [-MX12-99.J]
F0306A21M914ly [M926LR.J]
F0306B11M914The material north of burial a21. Gray in color with some red brick inclusions and spreads out through the north section. [M926LR.J]
F0306D01M914k206 [M926LR.J]
F0306F02M914<5si q0798 [MX12LR.J]
F0306F02M914<5si q0799 [MX12LR.J]
F0306F02M915<5si i0130 [M917LR.J]
F0306F02M923<5si q0881 [MX12LR.J]
F0306F02M924<5si i0170 [-MX12-99.J]
F0306F02M924<5si q0885 [MX12LR.J]
F0306O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
F0306O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
F0307F02M915<5si i0128 [M917LR.J]
F0307F02M916<5si q0813 [MX12LR.J]
F0307F02M916<5si q0818 [MX12LR.J]
F0308F02M916<5si q0815 [MX12LR.J]
F0309B11M919A mixture of gray soil with charcoal inclusions and brown chunky clay located in the North baulk of k206, k207, and k205. [-MX12-99.J]
F0309F02M915<5si i0129 [M917LR.J]
F0309F02M916<5si q0814 [MX12LR.J]
F0310A21M915ly [M926LR.J]
F0310B11M915Same layer as f263 located along the north side of f206 burial. North baulk of k205 [M926LR.J]
F0310D01M915k205 [M926LR.J]
F0310F02M915<5si i0131 [M917LR.J]
F0310F02M916<5si q0819 [MX12LR.J]
F0311A21M915ly [M926LR.J]
F0311B11M915the north side of k208- khabur pit material next to stones f248 and below it 1 meter thick. [M926LR.J]
F0311D01M915k208 [M926LR.J]
F0311F02M916<5si q0820 [MX12LR.J]
F0312A21M915a [M926LR.J]
F0312B11M915below laminations f308 [M926LR.J]
F0312D01M915k208 [M926LR.J]
F0312F02M916<5si q0821 [MX12LR.J]
F0312F02M916<5si q0822 [MX12LR.J]
F0313A01M905f0260 [M928LR.J]
F0313A21M918ly [M926LR.J]
F0313B11M918red material spread throughout three loci k205, k206, k207 which is the beginning of phase 4. This material goes all the way down to the stones. [M926LR.J]
F0313C01M922The phase 4 red layer. This material consists of a uniform color containing chunks of bright reddish clay with calcar inclusions. When wet the color becomes much brighter. Currently only 10 centimeters of soil remains on top of the stones and small pockets of charcoal are emerging to the south. We have collected some charcoal samples from this red. Next to the charcoal a large greenish body sherd is emerging from the east section lying flat and we are leaving it for the moment. [-MX12-99.J]
F0313C01M922Today we are continuing to remove the phase 4 red in the entire area f313, f314, and f318. The northern side is mostly exposed to the stones but the western side contains a thicker layer of red material at a higher elevation and will take a few more days to remove it. We have decided to only remove 10 centimeters at a time in case we find structures or seal impressions, however we are under the assumption that this red material is red wall fall of the palace and contains no structures or features below. The red material should sit directly on top of the stone pavement a12. [N303LR.J]
F0313D01M918k205 [M926LR.J]
F0313F02M918<5si q0828 [MX12LR.J]
F0313F02M918<5si q0829 [MX12LR.J]
F0313F02M919<5si i0143 [-MX12-99.J]
F0313F02M921<5si q0848 [MX12LR.J]
F0313F02M921<5si q0850 [MX12LR.J]
F0313F02M921<5si q0855 [MX12LR.J]
F0313F02M921<5si q0856 [MX12LR.J]
F0313F02M921<5si q0857 [MX12LR.J]
F0313F02M922<5si q0859 [MX12LR.J]
F0313F02M922<5si q0862 [MX12LR.J]
F0313F02M922<5si q0868 [MX12LR.J]
F0313O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
F0313O01M929v0100 [-MX12-99.J]
F0313O01M929v0100a [-MX12-99.J]
F0314A21M918ly [M926LR.J]
F0314C01M922Today we are continuing to remove the phase 4 red in the entire area f313, f314, and f318. The northern side is mostly exposed to the stones but the western side contains a thicker layer of red material at a higher elevation and will take a few more days to remove it. We have decided to only remove 10 centimeters at a time in case we find structures or seal impressions, however we are under the assumption that this red material is red wall fall of the palace and contains no structures or features below. The red material should sit directly on top of the stone pavement a12. [N303LR.J]
F0314D01M918k203 [M926LR.J]
F0314F02M918<5si q0830 [MX12LR.J]
F0314O01M929v0106 [-MX12-99.J]
F0315A21M918ly [M926LR.J]
F0315B11M918red material 5-10cm on top of the stone pavement = f191 in k109. [M926LR.J]
F0315D01M918k204 [M926LR.J]
F0315F02M918<5si q0827 [MX12LR.J]
F0315F02M921<5si q0847 [MX12LR.J]
F0315F02M922<5si q0863 [MX12LR.J]
F0316F02M930<5si i0146 [-MX12-99.J]
F0316F02M930<5si i0147 [-MX12-99.J]
F0317C01M919A burning area was found by fAB today. The area shows bright red bricks, gray ash, black ash, and light gray bricky material mixed together. The colors are quite vivid and sharp when scraped with the trowel but lose their brightness when brushed. This burnt area appears localized only within k202 crossing into k203 and we plan to leave this feature in the case that this is a destruction layer and covers the entire area above the stones. The stone pavement a12 found in k109 show several stones with black stains on them (the stones to the far west) and looks like bitumen. It is interesting to note that the burnt area f317 lies next to these stones and may be the reason why they are darkened. We will see if this burnt layer continues to the stone pavement. [M919LR.J]
F0317F02M921<5si q0851 [MX12LR.J]
F0317F02M921<5si q0854 [MX12LR.J]
F0317O01M929v0106 [-MX12-99.J]
F0318A21M919ly [M926LR.J]
F0318B11M919red material above the stones all throughout k205, k206, k207. [M926LR.J]
F0318C01M918This morning we prepared for the overhead photographs of the entire lower A16 area. These photographs are important for they show the beginning of Phase 4 red. We spent the morning cleaning the area and used a water bottle to spray down the red area f318. A test of this procedure was done the day before and found that the red shows better when wet. The overhead camera was used along with the slide camera. A total of 60 photographs were taken of the area. [M919LR.J]
F0318C01M922Today we are continuing to remove the phase 4 red in the entire area f313, f314, and f318. The northern side is mostly exposed to the stones but the western side contains a thicker layer of red material at a higher elevation and will take a few more days to remove it. We have decided to only remove 10 centimeters at a time in case we find structures or seal impressions, however we are under the assumption that this red material is red wall fall of the palace and contains no structures or features below. The red material should sit directly on top of the stone pavement a12. [N303LR.J]
F0318C01M923This feature was completely removed today. [-MX12-99.J]
F0318D01M919k205 [M926LR.J]
F0318F02M923<5si q0878 [MX12LR.J]
F0318F02M924<5si q0893 [MX12LR.J]
F0318F02M924<5si q0894 [MX12LR.J]
F0319A21M919ly [M926LR.J]
F0319B11M919The western end of the loci where the stones end. This material is gray in color and below f302. [M926LR.J]
F0319D01M919k205 [M926LR.J]
F0319O01M929v0109 [-MX12-99.J]
F0319O01M929v0109a [-MX12-99.J]
F0320F02M921<5si q0849 [MX12LR.J]
F0320F02M922<5si i0156 [-MX12-99.J]
F0320F02M922<5si i0157 [-MX12-99.J]
F0320F02M922<5si i0158 [-MX12-99.J]
F0320F02M922<5si i0159 [-MX12-99.J]
F0320F02M922<5si i0160 [-MX12-99.J]
F0320F02M922<5si q0866 [MX12LR.J]
F0320F02M923<5si i0163 [-MX12-99.J]
F0321A21M921ly [M926LR.J]
F0321B11M921Material north of the burial a21. Gray in color equals f306. [M926LR.J]
F0321D01M921k205 [M926LR.J]
F0321D06M9218510 [M926LR.J]
F0322A21M922ly [M926LR.J]
F0322B11M922Red seen in the east baulk same as f313, part of a27. [M926LR.J]
F0322D01M922k209 [M926LR.J]
F0322F02M922<5si q0867 [MX12LR.J]
F0324A21M922ly [M926LR.J]
F0324B11M922material below the burial a21 mixed with f318 and f313. This feature was given since the cut for the burial was approx 15cm above the stone and likely contaminated the surrounding area. This feature measures 150cm X 150cm and is 15cm thick until the stone pavement. The material alternated from gray to brown. [M926LR.J]
F0324B11M923material below the burial a21 which includes the cut, and walls of the burial. This feature goes all the way down to the stone pavement and measures approx. 150 X 150 cm. [-MX12-A.J]
F0324D01M922k208 [M926LR.J]
F0324F02M923<5si q0876 [MX12LR.J]
F0324F02M923<5si q0882 [MX12LR.J]
F0325B11M923material in the East baulk. Contains fragments of red and gray bricks. [-MX12-99.J]
F0325C01M923removed 15 cm of this feature today. [-MX12-99.J]
F0325F02M923<5si q0879 [MX12LR.J]
F0325F02M924<5si q0884 [MX12LR.J]
F0325F02M924<5si q0892 [MX12LR.J]
F0326A40M922pavement B [M926LR.J]
F0326B11M922baked bricks seen inside f250 pit (which were cut by the pit) below the stone pavement, part of a24 drainage system. These bricks are orange in color seen only in the east section and below these bricks it appears that there are more bricks below but vertical. To the south the bricks appear to slope down. [M926LR.J]
F0326D01M922k205 [M926LR.J]
F0327A21M922pb [M926LR.J]
F0327B11M922baked bricks seen inside f216 pit. f216 cut these bricks which are associated with f194 baked bricks part of a24. [M926LR.J]
F0327D01M922k207 [M926LR.J]
F0328A21M923ta [M926LR.J]
F0328B11M923possible tannur found on top of a thin gray ash layer on the stone pavement a12 located inside the East baulk on the southern end. Only a portion of this feature remains and has a rounded body flat in the center with the sides sloping up. When it was first discovered we assumed it was a tannur based on the roundness but after excavating the fill inside it revealed to have a number of holes on the inner surface. [M926LR.J]
F0328D01M923k209 [M926LR.J]
F0328F02M923<0co f0329 [M926LR.J]
F0328F02M923>7re f0341 [M926LR.J]
F0328M99M923It was suggested that these holes may be used for cooking with a wooden shish- placing the meat on skewers and sticking the skewers in the holes. Coals would then be placed on the inner surface, which would roast the meat. [M926LR.J]
F0328N99M923The conservator sB was called to view this feature and see if it can be properly conserved and removed from its location. She made a mixture of glue and brushed it on the surface using a paint brush to consolidate it. The material was then left to dry and will be removed by cutting it from the thin ash layer f341 in which it sits on. [M926LR.J]
F0329A21M923fi [M926LR.J]
F0329B11M923fill in the possible tannur or bricky installation f328 on top of the stone pavement a12 located inside the East baulk on the southern end of k209. [M926LR.J]
F0329D01M923k209 [M926LR.J]
F0329F02M923>0co f0328 [M926LR.J]
F0329F02M924<5si q0887 [MX12LR.J]
F0330A21M925fi [M926LR.J]
F0330B11M925the last few centimeters of pit fill f183 of a17 large khabur pit found in the cut f189 and left from last season. This fill is found in the south western part of k108 contained in the cut and included lots of pottery sherds and small stones which we believe are a part of the large stone pavement- they are the smaller stones in between that were too small to take out when the pit was cut. Underneath this fill in the southern end red palace packing f340 was found and to the north the continuation of f194 baked brick pavement. [M926LR.J]
F0330D01M925k108 [M926LR.J]
F0330F02M924<5si q0891 [MX12LR.J]
F0330F02M925>1ov f0194 [M926LR.J]
F0330F02M925>1ov f0340 [M926LR.J]
F0331B11M925This feature was assigned to the cutting back of f206 tomb into section. It contains red bricky material, red packing, and some gray. It is below the stone pavement but at the same elevation as the lower stones found in the tomb f206. [M926LR.J]
F0331F02M924<5si q0895 [MX12LR.J]
F0332B11M925Material below f216 pit includes the cobble layer f338 and matrix around it. May contain some pit fill of f216 mixed with the material below. This feature measures 10cm [M926LR.J]
F0332F02M925>0co f0216 [M926LR.J]
F0332F02M925>0co f0338 [M926LR.J]
F0334A21M926ly [M926LR.J]
F0334B11M926Orange colored material below the baked bricks f326 inside the pit f250. This material is similar to f339 in pit f216. [M926LR.J]
F0334D01M926k205 [M926LR.J]
F0335A21M926ho [M926LR.J]
F0335D01M926k204 [M926LR.J]
F0336A21M926ho [M926LR.J]
F0336B11M926circular hole found on the top of the stone pavement a12. This hole is carved into one stone along with a companion hole to the north f335 a few cm from each other in line. This hole cuts into the stone and goes straight down forming a point at the bottom. These holes may be post holes used to support something. [M926LR.J]
F0336C01M926These holes were noticed while I was drawing the stone pavement, it seemed odd that two circular shapes appeared on one stone. I quickly poked the surface with my trowel, exposing the holes. [M926LR.J]
F0336D01M926k204 [M926LR.J]
F0337A21M926fi [M926LR.J]
F0337B11M926Fill of the post holes f335 and f336. This fill contained some pottery sherds and was completely removed today using a dental pick, spoon, and air pump. It is part of a26 [M926LR.J]
F0337D01M926k204 [M926LR.J]
F0337F02M926<5si q0902 [MX12LR.J]
F0338B11M926Small to medium sized river cobbles with rounded smoothed edges white in color that were found below the pit f216. These cobbles are mixed with a brown matrix and do not belong to the pit f216 which we initially thought. The cobbles continue to go through the pit wall and are localized in the South east side of the hole created by the pit. [M926LR.J]
F0338C01M926Yesterday we decided to continue digging f216 pit after reviewing the deeper pit f250. These pits are the only windows into the function of the baked bricks f194 that are below the stone pavement. The pit f216 showed a reddish material with some river cobbles emerging which we believed to be the end of the pit fill. We removed some of these cobbles f338 but they continued going down and a bright red material f339 was found to the west of the cobbles. Today we continued to remove some of these cobbles to see if it was still pit fill and since they continued through the pit wall seen inside they cannot be pit fill. We removed all the cobbles at the bottom until a brown soil with traces of charcoal and pottery emerged leaving f339 to the west. [M926LR.J]
F0338F02M925<0co f0332 [M926LR.J]
F0338F02M926<2cu f0216 [M926LR.J]
F0339F02M926<2cu f0216 [M926LR.J]
F0340F02M925<1ov f0330 [M926LR.J]
F0340F02M925<2cu f0189 [M926LR.J]
F0341B11M927thin gray layer found underneath the possible tannur f328. This gray layer is only found in the area of the tannur, which is on top of the stone pavement a12. [M926LR.J]
F0341B11MZ01Thin gray layer that f328 sits on. This gray is directly on top of the stone pavement and is localized in the south. [-MX12-99.J]
F0341F02M923<7re f0328 [M926LR.J]
F0342A21MZ01pt [-MX12-99.J]
F0342B11MZ01A13 pit found in season K located south of k205. This pit cuts the stone pavement a12 and is filled with a gray ashy fill. Inside this pit are the remains of a burial a25 with i175. This pit has not been completely excavated but in the north section of the pit baked bricks are visible probably part of a24 although very high in elevation. To the south in section a second large stone is seen below the stone pavement. [-MX12-99.J]
F0342C01MZ01The burial inside this pit was removed today after photographing the body. [-MX12-99.J]
F0342F02MZ01>2cu f0193 [-MX12-99.J]
F0343A21MZ01fi [-MX12-99.J]
F0343B11MZ01soft gray ashy pit fill inside f342 pit that covered i175 burial, part of a25. [-MX12-99.J]
F0343F02MX01<5si i0175 [-MX12-99.J]
F0344A21MZ01ly [-MX12-99.J]
F0344B11MZ01Red packing material spread throughout the entire lower A16 area. This packing material is seen below the stone pavement (viewed inside pits), which fills in between stones and baked bricks. Seen best in f216, f250, and f189 cut. The packing has a very distinct look and feel. Retains a blocky structure, purple/reddish color, and very hard clay with calcar inclusions. This material does not turn into individual grains and consists of a solid massive structure. When scraped the packing comes off in blocky chunks and when crushed breaks off into more blocky chunks. This material is ideal for palace packing material due to its hardness, retention of structure when wet, and clay attributes. [N303LR.J]
F0344C01M922In-between the high stones and low stones of a12 is the packing f344 characterized by its blocky structure and reddish/purple color. This packing covers the eastern area around f206 cut and it is unclear whether the stones continue under the red packing. [N303LR.J]
I0001A21L611fg [L818LR3.J]
I0001B11L611Head of a ram figurine, circular curving horns, broken at the neck [N129LR.J]
I0001B20L6111 [-M726-A.J]
I0001D01L611k5 [L818LR3.J]
I0001D03L6121 (41371 36587 - 8794 / Relay location: at object) [L620LR-R.J]
I0001F02L611>5si f0003 [L818LR3.J]
I0001G03L611associated q-lot: 4 [L818LR3.J]
I0001J01L6114 [-M726-A.J]
I0001J02L6113 [L818LR3.J]
I0001K03L611^cl [-M726-A.J]
I0001K99L611head of animal figurine [L818LR3.J]
I0002A40L612ceramic vessel [L818LR3.J]
I0002C01L611The ceramic vessel is still in the ground and we are excavating the area around it trying to find the floor in which the vessel sits on. The conservator sb suggested that we still have another 15 to 20cm until we reach the base of the vessel. [L630TR.J]
I0002C01L612Even though we have temporarily limited excavations in A16 to catch up with data entry, we will still excavated f3 to find the base of i2. [L630TR.J]
I0002C01L614i2 is standing upright next to the wall running E-S and has three dark decoration bands on the vessel. We removed i2 since the bottom was smashed inwards and were afraid that the sherds might be lost if left in place. Inside the fill f23, we found seeds, pottery, a grinding stone fragment, and one tooth. We probably should have left the base of i2 in place since we have not yet found the floor, but was afraid that the bottom sherds would get lost since there were many small pieces; an indentation remains where the base was standing. We took a photo, v2 and v2a of the area showing both i1 and i2 in place and the relationship between the two bones (mandible and the vertebra column), which are not next to each other and suggest that they do not belong to the same skeleton. [L630TR.J]
I0002D01L612k5 [L818LR3.J]
I0002D03L6122 (41208 37066 - 8809 / Relay location: center of cv) [L620LR-R.J]
I0002F02L612>5si f0051 [L818LR3.J]
I0002G03L612associated q-lot: 1 [L818LR3.J]
I0002K99L612large Khabur vessel [L818LR3.J]
I0002O01L614v0002 [-M726-A.J]
I0002O01L614v0002a [-M726-A.J]
I0002O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
I0002P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in 2001 [R813LR.J]
I0003D03L6123 (41288 38128 - 9163 / Relay location: at object) [L620LR-R.J]
I0003J02L61310.1 [-M726-A.J]
I0003K03L613bronze [-M726-A.J]
I0003P99L613sent to conservation [N129LR.J]
I0004C01L614i4 is lying on its side and has 5 lines and is located in the NE corner. We took a photo, v6 and v6a of the area showing both i1 and i4 in place and the relationship between the two bones (mandible and the vertebra column), which are not next to each other and suggest that they do not belong to the same skeleton. View v6a shows f4 the wall where the bricks end; 4 courses of bricks are visible then stop, but i4 still continues past the bricks. [L630TR.J]
I0004D03L61243 (41417 37101 - 8801 / Relay location: at item) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0004O01L614v0002 [-M726-A.J]
I0004O01M711v0005 [-M726-A.J]
I0004O01M711v0006 [-M726-A.J]
I0004O01M711v0006a [-M726-A.J]
I0004O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
I0004O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
I0004O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
I0004O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
I0005D03L61225 (41415 38085 - 9110 / Relay location: at item) [L620LR-R.J]
I0006A21L613fg [L818LR3.J]
I0006D01L613k104 [L818LR3.J]
I0006F02L613>5si f0048 [L818LR3.J]
I0006G03L613associated q-lot: 47 [L818LR3.J]
I0006J01L6132.5 [L818LR3.J]
I0006J02L6135.3 [L818LR3.J]
I0006K99L613animal figurine [L818LR3.J]
I0007A21L613fg [L818LR3.J]
I0007D01L613k103 [L818LR3.J]
I0007D03L61223 (41519 38158 - 9087 / Relay location: at point) [L620LR-R.J]
I0007F02L613>5si f0047 [L818LR3.J]
I0007G03L613associated q-lot: 45 [L818LR3.J]
I0007J02L6136 [L818LR3.J]
I0007J03L6132.5 [L818LR3.J]
I0007K03L613cl [L818LR3.J]
I0007K99L613humanoid figurine [L818LR3.J]
I0008B11L620small white bead, round and perforated at the center [-M726-A.J]
I0008J04L6200.4 [-M726-A.J]
I0008J07L6200.13 [-M726-A.J]
I0009D03L61242 (41479 36633 - 8661 / Relay location: at item) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0009P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in 2001 [R813LR.J]
I0010B11L620long conical metal point, hollow inside, possible javelin [-M726-A.J]
I0010D03L61226 (41755 37643 - 9008 / Relay location: at item) [L620LR-R.J]
I0010K03L620bronze [-M726-A.J]
I0011A20L620caf [-M726-A.J]
I0011A21L620uc [-M726-A.J]
I0011A40L620crucible [-M726-A.J]
I0011B11L620squarish clay object in the shape of a bowl, with a spout; possibly a libation vessel [-M726-A.J]
I0011D03L61227 (41234 37110 - 8663 / Relay location: at item) [L620LR-R.J]
I0011J02L6209.2 [-M726-A.J]
I0011J03L6207.4 [-M726-A.J]
I0011J07L6202.7 [-M726-A.J]
I0011P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in 2001 [R813LR.J]
I0012B11L620circular base; flat bottom, circular protrusion extending out at the center, 5.3 thickness at body widening at top, with a width of 7.1, with two circular breaks at top splitting off [N129LR.J]
I0012J02L62011.2 [-M726-A.J]
I0012J04L6209.25 [-M726-A.J]
I0012J07L6203.3 [N129LR.J]
I0012J99L620Note on w2: base [-M726-A.J]
I0013D03L61249 (41386 36956 - 8768 / Relay location: bottom of object) [L620LR-R.J]
I0013K03L624cl [L707SV.J]
I0014D03L61250 (41251 36852 - 8764 / Relay location: bottom of object) [L620LR-R.J]
I0014P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in 2001 [R813LR.J]
I0015D03L62454 (41337 36760 - 8767 / Relay location: top of cv) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0015P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
I0016P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in 2001 [R813LR.J]
I0018B11L624Tiny animal figurine [L707SV.J]
I0019A20L624caf [L818LR3.J]
I0019A21L624andiron [L818LR3.J]
I0019D01L624k4 [L818LR3.J]
I0019F02L624>5si f0060 [L818LR3.J]
I0019G03L624associated q-lot: 110 [L818LR3.J]
I0019K99L624piece of an andiron [L818LR3.J]
I0021A20L627caf [L818LR3.J]
I0021A21L627vr [L818LR3.J]
I0021B11L627animal mold on pottery piece [L818LR3.J]
I0021D01L627k8 [L818LR3.J]
I0021D03L63074 (41006 38514 - 9095 / Relay location: bottom of i) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0021F02L627>5si f0049 [L818LR3.J]
I0021G03L627associated q-lot: 156 [L818LR3.J]
I0022B11R814Human bones found in animal bone q-lot; fragments of the cranium; right zygomatic bone; and two maxillary molars in full development showing very little wear. [R813LR.J]
I0022D03L63075 (40880 38070 - 8987 / Relay location: k7) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0022F02R814>5si f0022 [R813LR.J]
I0023D03L70176 (41366 37884 - 8966 / Relay location: base) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0024P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
I0025P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ17 [R813LR.J]
I0027P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0028D03L715176 (41060 38735 - 8934 / Relay location: bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0029D03L715177 (41048 37961 - 8931 / Relay location: top) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0029O03L911w0048 [W315LC.J]
I0030D03L714178 (40955 38690 - 8931 / Relay location: E part) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0030O01L716v0041 [-M726-A.J]
I0031O01L716v0040 [-M726-A.J]
I0031O01L716v0040 [L818LR2.J]
I0031O01L716v0040a [-M726-A.J]
I0031O01L716v0040a [L818LR2.J]
I0031O01L716v0040b [-M726-A.J]
I0031O02R814L_V20d5021 A16.31 R814 lR ta mandible.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0031O03L911w0048 [W315LC.J]
I0031O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
I0031O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
I0031Zpa1dfR806hs [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa2baR806Ad [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa2bsR806Fe [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa2daR806Biological age was estimated through a combined approach of various aging techniques. Dental wear patterns visible on the mandibular molars estimates an age between 28-36 years (Miles 1962). Alterations of the pubic symphysis (Suchey and Brooks 1990) at stage 2-3 estimates this skeleton also within the range 25-34 years of age. The average of both methods suggests that this is a young adult 25-35 years at time of death. [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa2esR806145-154 cm (4'8-5'1) [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa2msR806Trotter and Gleser 1952; formulae for "negro females" using a complete ulna at 242mm [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa2smR806Biological Sex was determined using sexually diagnostic characteristics of the pelvis and skull. The presence of the ventral arc, sub-pubic concavity, presence of preauricular surface, U-shaped greater sciatic notch, and a broad pelvis with overall gracile bones estimates this skeleton predominately within the female range. [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa4pnR806Teeth are in excellent condition and display slight calculus build-up with medium periodontal disease. Carious lesions were visible on LM1 affecting the buccal root surface, LM2 at the enamel root junction on the distal end, and RM1 lingual side where a large abscess formed on the gum. Bone resorption was noted on the pubic symphyses, anterior surface with the pubic tubercle pulled out. The cervical vertebrae exhibit slight lipping, increased porosity, and Schmorl's nodes. [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa4ptR806ta, pd, eh, cr [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa5snR806Stress Markers (MSM) visible on both deltoid tuberosities (slight) with the right humerus showing a deep groove for the long head of Biceps brachii, ulna on supinator crest with more pronounced points on the right side, and both linea aspera of the femur with the left more rugged. [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa7prR806In good condition; 61% post cranium, 95% cranium, and 100% of ribs complete. The lower legs including tibiae, fibulae, and the feet were missing from the body. Teeth are in excellent condition with six missing post-mortem. [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa8btR806sb [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa8goR806north-south [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa8nbR806A16.31 was found within primary context inside an elaborate subterranean vaulted mud-brick tomb. The dimensions of the pit suggest that it may have housed two burials with the body placed to the east end leaving a sizeable gap in the west. Possibly this individual was removed which correlates to other funerary structures in the area that were found empty along with the absence of the lower limbs of A16.31 where not one foot bone was recovered suggests postmortem activity such as secondary reburial occurred. [R815LR.J]
I0031Zpa8tpR806late Khabur [R815LR.J]
I0033B11L802earring from burial a9 [N129LR.J]
I0033O03L911w0048 [W315LC.J]
I0033P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ17 [R813LR.J]
I0034D01L715k105 [L818LR3.J]
I0034F02L715>5si f0128 [L818LR3.J]
I0034G03L715associated q-lot: 292 [L818LR3.J]
I0034K05L715ceramic vessel- The lower portion of a khabur jar in which the head of i31 (human skeleton) rested on. [-MX12-99.J]
I0034K99L715base of cv that i31 head rests on [L818LR3.J]
I0034O01L716v0040 [-M726-A.J]
I0034O01L716v0040a [-M726-A.J]
I0034O01L716v0040b [-M726-A.J]
I0034O03L911w0048 [W315LC.J]
I0036O03L911w0048 [W315LC.J]
I0036P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ17 [R813LR.J]
I0037O01L716v0040 [-M726-A.J]
I0037O03L911w0048 [W315LC.J]
I0038D03L726235 (41421 38046 - 8864 / Relay location: at object top) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0038O01L716v0040a [-M726-A.J]
I0039A20L719caf [L818LR3.J]
I0039A21L719uk [L818LR3.J]
I0039D01L719k6 [L818LR3.J]
I0039D03L726237 (41255 37508 - 8712 / Relay location: at object base) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0039F02L719>5si f0153 [L818LR3.J]
I0039G03L719associated q-lot: 393 [L818LR3.J]
I0040K99L719changed to q-lot [L818LR3.J]
I0041A20L726maf [L818LR3.J]
I0041D01L726k5 [L818LR3.J]
I0041D03L726236 (41409 36933 - 8702 / Relay location: at object base) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0041F02L726>5si f0163 [L818LR3.J]
I0041G03L726associated q-lot: 443 [L818LR3.J]
I0042B11L802bird figurine [-M726-A.J]
I0042P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
I0042P99L802to rAH [-M726-A.J]
I0044A21L729se [L818LR3.J]
I0044D01L729k6 [L818LR3.J]
I0044F02L729>5si f0183 [L818LR3.J]
I0044G03L729associated q-lot: 497 [L818LR3.J]
I0044J02L7293 [L818LR3.J]
I0044J03L7291 [L818LR3.J]
I0044K99L729cylindrical seal [L818LR3.J]
I0045P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in 2001 [R813LR.J]
I0047A21L802hb [-M726-A.J]
I0047B11L802fragments of a human burial located within a ceramic small vessel i46 [-M726-A.J]
I0047O02R814L_V20d5012 A16.47 R814 lR ta 2 neonates.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0047P99L802to Natural science lab [-M726-A.J]
I0048B11L802One sherd belonging to a jar with grooves along one surface. [L818LR.J]
I0048C01L802In the Southeast part of k108, the pot smash i48 has been removed but some of the pot extended into the baulk and has been left in place. We decided to remove this pot smash since it sits on top of the stone pavement and would most likely suffer further damaged and lost if left in place until next season when we remove the baulk. [L815LR.J]
I0048D03L802252 (40974 37486 - 8934 / Relay location: top of pot) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0048K03L802cl [L818LR.J]
I0048O01L802v0067 [-M726-A.J]
I0048O01L802v0067a [-M726-A.J]
I0049B11L802The vessel is a black over fired jar (i49) in a poor state of preservation. The jar was found sitting upright in a bricky red material in k108 and was photographed, triangulated, and then removed. Due to the poor state of the jar, the item had to be photographed with a trowel holding the item in place. It was removed in pieces since it was so over fired that it fell apart instantaneously. While removing the vessel small bones were found inside which may belong to an infant or a small animal, likely a small animal since the bones are rather small or a small child (i50). The bones and jar have been defined as a burial and treated as one. [L815LR.J]
I0049C01L802In k108 we removed portions of the Western red bricky material to make the Western area straight since we could not identify any clear brick lines to define it as a wall. A ceramic vessel was found in the North portion of k108 in the Western area. The vessel is a black over- fired jar i49 and is in poor state of preservation. [L815LR.J]
I0049D03L802253 (41507 37571 - 8898 / Relay location: base of pot) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0049O01L802v0066 [-M726-A.J]
I0050B11L802Bones found inside i49 an over fired ceramic vessel. The bones are too small to belong to an infant and either belongs to a fetus or a small animal. The bones were not photographed and have been sent to the natural science storage unit for further analysis. [L815LR.J]
I0050D03L802254 (41507 37571 - 8890 / Relay location: same i49) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0050O02R814L_V20d5013 A16.50 R814 lR ta ribs on ceramic sherd.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0051O01M716v0069 [-M726-A.J]
I0052C01L823Today while excavating k110 we found a ceramic jar i52 in poor condition positioned upside-down. This jar was located in an area where staff and workers use as a step to enter the site. The jar when completely exposed revealed small bones inside i52. It is unclear whether these belong to a small child or an animal. We are treating this as a burial and was found at an elevation of 8617, the jar and bones were photographed then removed on L823. [L825LR.J]
I0052O01M716v0069 [-M726-A.J]
I0053A21L827se [M917LR.J]
I0053B11L827lithic seal with sun motif incised [M917LR.J]
I0053B11M906Dark gray stone seal with one flat surface containing an incised sun design. The design contains one circle in the center with another 2 circles (the rays) and ends where the seal ends. The top of the seal has a triangular shape with a perforation running through the triangular handle. This piece is in excellent condition. [N116LR3.J]
I0053D01L827k110 [M917LR.J]
I0053D03L827262 (42022 36723 - 8554 / Relay location: base of item) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0053F02L827>5si f0208 [M917LR.J]
I0053G03L827associated q-lot: 633 [M917LR.J]
I0053J04M9062 [-MX12-99.J]
I0053J07M9061.3 [-MX12-99.J]
I0053K03M906li [-MX12-99.J]
I0053K05M906gray [-MX12-99.J]
I0053P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0053P99M906to be photographed [N116LR3.J]
I0054A21L829hb [M917LR.J]
I0054B11L829human remains associated with the square tomb f206 [M917LR.J]
I0054B11M920Bones of the western-most burial in f206 a16 burial. Partly excavated in A10, which removed half of the body. [N116LR3.J]
I0054C01L831Inside a16 f206 tomb, two sets of bones were found inside. One set appears to be the main burial and these bones are labeled as i54. We do not have a complete skeleton since it was mostly excavated by A10 several seasons ago, but we did encounter the head and several grave goods, see a16 for a list of these objects. This burial appears to be a re-used tomb, with i60 bones likely the original bones in this tomb. These bones are in poor condition and are concentrated to the east forming a large pile. [L831LR.J]
I0054D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0054D03L827265 (41513 36732 - 8476 / Relay location: center of bu) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0054F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0054G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0054O01M717v0071 [-M726-A.J]
I0054O01M717v0071a [-M726-A.J]
I0054P99M920to Natural science lab [-MX12-99.J]
I0055A21L829bd [M917LR.J]
I0055B11L829similar to i61 transparent stone bead found in burial f206 [M917LR.J]
I0055B11M920Eye shaped bead in profile, square shaped in plan view, two-toned stone bead. Milky white and clear brown agate. Perforated at both ends (perforation was done at each end then meets in the middle). [N116LR3.J]
I0055C99M920found in burial a15 [-MX12-99.J]
I0055D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0055F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0055G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0055J02M9201.6 [-MX12-99.J]
I0055J04M9201.3 [-MX12-99.J]
I0055J07M9200.6 [-MX12-99.J]
I0055K03M920li [-MX12-99.J]
I0055P99M920to be photographed [-MX12-99.J]
I0056A40L829^ma [M917LR.J]
I0056B11L829spear or knife blade found in burial f206 [M917LR.J]
I0056D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0056F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0056G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0056O01M717v0071 [-M726-A.J]
I0056O01M717v0071a [-M726-A.J]
I0056P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0057A20L829maf [M917LR.J]
I0057A21L829nail [M917LR.J]
I0057B11L829bronze nail or pin found inside burial f206 [M917LR.J]
I0057D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0057F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0057G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0057P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
I0058B11L829black burnished carinated bowl found in burial a16 [M917LR.J]
I0058B11M918Carinated bowl dark gray in color, burnished on the outer service showing vertical lines creating a very smooth feel. The rim protrudes out with three ridges. This item was found next to i54 in a16 burial of f206. [N116LR3.J]
I0058C01L831This khabur bowl was found next to i54, human remains in a16 tomb. [L831LR.J]
I0058C99M918found associated with a burial [-MX12-99.J]
I0058D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0058F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0058G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0058J01M9187.5 [-MX12-99.J]
I0058J04M91816.2 [-MX12-99.J]
I0058K03M918cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0058K05M918dark gray [-MX12-99.J]
I0058O01M717v0071 [-M726-A.J]
I0058O01M717v0071a [-M726-A.J]
I0058P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0059B11L829tan carinated bowl over fired and crooked found in burial a16 [M917LR.J]
I0059D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0059F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0059G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0059O01M717v0071 [-M726-A.J]
I0060A21L829hb [M917LR.J]
I0060B11L829human bones found in the eastern end of the tomb f206 appear to be from multiple skeletons and moved aside during a re-use of the tomb. [M917LR.J]
I0060B11M920Multiple burial found inside f206 tomb structure. These bones were found concentrated in the eastern portion in a large pile, unable to articulate and separate the bodies. These bones were found east of i54, and suffer from severe weathering making the bones brittle and fragile. [N116LR3.J]
I0060C01L831we continued to excavate the square tomb f206 and made a separate feature for the material around the bones i60, f223. The bones i60 are badly preserved and were found scattered throughout the western end of the tomb. The bones appear to be going under the tomb and we are uncertain if it is an earlier burial or whether the edge of the tomb was misidentified. [L831LR.J]
I0060C01M919Today we uncovered the remains of i60-part of a burial, which was left in place from last season due to lack of time and comprehension of the situation. The bones were covered up with nylon then back-filled to protect them from the elements. This season after reviewing the tomb f206 it became visible that the pit face extended further east and therefore we had not finished excavating the fill of the tomb. The bones i60 are localized in the Eastern end of the tomb and are in an extremely fragile condition making removal difficult. When brushed they turn into white powder and we have resorted to scooping up the bones with our trowels and placing them in a box. Last season they were also in a fragile condition but after being exposed for one year they have become even more brittle. They are mixed with animal bones and several jaw fragments were recovered indicating that this is a multi-burial believed to be a re-use since the bones are found in a pile (not laid out) concentrated towards the eastern side. The main burial was found in the west suggesting that someone at a later date re-used this tomb and simply moved the older bones to the side. These bones are on top of some stones and red packing material. [-MX12-99.J]
I0060D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0060F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0060G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0060K10M920poor, flaky, brittle bones [N116LR3.J]
I0060O01M717v0071 [-M726-A.J]
I0060O01M717v0071b [-M726-A.J]
I0060O01M717v0071c [-M726-A.J]
I0060P99M920to Natural science lab [-MX12-99.J]
I0061A21L829bd [M917LR.J]
I0061B11L829stone transparent bead similar to i55 found inside the tomb a16 [M917LR.J]
I0061B11M920flat rectangular bead with rounded edges. The stone color is two toned- half transparent brown and the other white with striations. Perforated lengthwise. See bead i55 for similar type and color found in the same burial a16. [-MX12-99.J]
I0061C99M920found in a burial [-MX12-99.J]
I0061D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0061F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0061G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0061J02M9201.7 [-MX12-99.J]
I0061J04M9201.1 [-MX12-99.J]
I0061J07M9200.5 [-MX12-99.J]
I0061K03M920li [-MX12-99.J]
I0062B11L829Miniature carinated bowl with the outside painted in triangular designs. A bone was found inside along with the fill contents and belongs with a15- burial. Found inside the jar i71, the contents of this small bowl were removed and stored as i86 [M917LR.J]
I0062B11M903small miniature bowl painted with triangular designs (each triangle has a different design) found inside a jar burial a15. Diameter of mouth opening is 4.2 [M903LR.J]
I0062D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0062F02L829>5si f0227 [M917LR.J]
I0062G03L829associated q-lot: 655 [M917LR.J]
I0062J01M9034 [M903LR.J]
I0062J04M9032.4 [M903LR.J]
I0062P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0063B11L829Miniature jar with the outside painted in horizontal stripes found next to i62 inside the burial jar i71. The contents of this jar were removed and stored as i85. [M917LR.J]
I0063B11M903small Khabur jar found in the ceramic jar burial. It appears to be a miniature jar with painted lines in a brownish orange color. There are four lines and fingerprint impressions visible. The fill of this item has been taken out and assigned i85. Diameter of neck 2.6, diameter of base is 2.6 cm [M903LR.J]
I0063D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0063F02L829>5si f0227 [M917LR.J]
I0063G03L829associated q-lot: 655 [M917LR.J]
I0063J01M9037.85 [M903LR.J]
I0063J04M9036.9 [M903LR.J]
I0063P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0064B11L829Small perforated disk perhaps silver, found in a burial a16 [M917LR.J]
I0064D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0064F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0064G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0065A21L829bd [M917LR.J]
I0065B11L829small clear quartz bead found inside a burial a16 [M917LR.J]
I0065B11M920Clear quartz bead, thick and rounded with perforation at center. Perforation was made at one time and goes all the way through with one hole larger than the other. [N116LR3.J]
I0065D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0065F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0065G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0065J04M9201 [-MX12-99.J]
I0065J07M9200.9 [-MX12-99.J]
I0065K03M920li [-MX12-99.J]
I0066A20L829maf [M917LR.J]
I0066A21L829bead [M917LR.J]
I0066B11L829small bead found in burial a16 [M917LR.J]
I0066B11M920round metal bead with protrusions jutting out where the perforation is located, somewhat lemon shaped. The perforation measured .3cm diameter. [-MX12-99.J]
I0066D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0066F02L829>5si f0206 [M917LR.J]
I0066G03L829associated q-lot: 650 [M917LR.J]
I0066J02M9201 [-MX12-99.J]
I0066J04M9200.8 [-MX12-99.J]
I0066K03M920mt [-MX12-99.J]
I0067A20L829maf [M917LR.J]
I0067A21L829metal wire [M917LR.J]
I0067B11L829piece of bronze wire found in burial a16 [M917LR.J]
I0067D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0067F02L829>5si f0211 [M917LR.J]
I0067G03L829associated q-lot: 648 [M917LR.J]
I0068B11L829round bottom jar found next to the large burial jar i71 part of a15. This jar was found along with i69 and animal bones i79 [M917LR.J]
I0068B11M920Complete jar with three grooves at the rim then widens in the middle. Chaff tempered [N116LR3.J]
I0068C01L831To the west of the vessel i71 of a15 were animal bones localized in one area and we assigned these bones a separate item number i79 due to their location as a whole group and not a mixed bone lot. Three small vessels i68, i69, i77 were found around the large jar, two carinated bowls and one small jar. These vessels along with the large jar were photographed in context. The large jar i71 rests on the red clay layer approximately 10 centimeters from the stone pavement. We continued to excavate the jar since it needed to be removed before the end of the day for reasons of security. [L831LR.J]
I0068D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0068F02L829>5si f0236 [M917LR.J]
I0068G03L829associated q-lot: 651 [M917LR.J]
I0068O01M717v0072 [-M726-A.J]
I0068O01M717v0072a [-M726-A.J]
I0068P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0069B11L829chaff tempered carinated bowl found next to i68 part of a15 burial [M917LR.J]
I0069C01L831To the west of the vessel i71 of a15 were animal bones localized in one area and we assigned these bones a separate item number i79 due to their location as a whole group and not a mixed bone lot. Three small vessels i68, i69, i77 were found around the large jar, two carinated bowls and one small jar. These vessels along with the large jar were photographed in context. The large jar i71 rests on the red clay layer approximately 10 centimeters from the stone pavement. We continued to excavate the jar since it needed to be removed before the end of the day for reasons of security. [L831LR.J]
I0069D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0069F02L829>5si f0236 [M917LR.J]
I0069G03L829associated q-lot: 651 [M917LR.J]
I0069J01M9184.5 [-MX12-99.J]
I0069J04M91812.4 [N116LR3.J]
I0069K03M918cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0069O01M717v0072 [L818LR2.J]
I0069O01M717v0072a [-M726-A.J]
I0069P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0070A20L829maf [M917LR.J]
I0070A21L829uc [M917LR.J]
I0070B11L829very thin blade or head piece contains a hole at one end- found inside the jar i71 [M917LR.J]
I0070B11M920thin elongated flat piece of metal with rounded edges. Purple in color with a perforation at one tip. Found with burial a15. [-MX12-99.J]
I0070C01L831Inside the jar i71 of a15 numerous items were found along with the body of a small child i78. The items includes two bronze bracelets i72 i73, 8 metal rings i74, 9 beads i75 (one lapis bead shaped like a duck, one circular lapis bead, one red bread carved like a pair of eyes with white paint, and the rest quartz crystal beads), a metal pin i76, and a metal head piece i70. [L831LR.J]
I0070D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0070F02L829>5si f0226 [M917LR.J]
I0070G03L829associated q-lot: 655 [M917LR.J]
I0070P99M920to Conservation [-MX12-99.J]
I0071B11L829Large ceramic jar used as a burial and contained the human remains of a small child i78. The jar was found at an angle with the opening facing southeast. The jar was not intact and found in many fragments at the top. [L818LR3.J]
I0071C01L831The soil around the burial jar i71 was cleaned using a brush and dental pick, which exposed the large vessel resting on its side with the top portion cracked and broken. To the west of the vessel were animal bones localized in one area and we assigned these bones a separate item number i79 due to their location as a whole group and not a mixed bone lot. Three small vessels i68, i69, i77 were found around the large jar, two carinated bowls and one small jar. These vessels along with the large jar were photographed in context. The large jar i71 rests on the red clay layer approximately 10 centimeters from the stone pavement. We continued to excavate the jar since it needed to be removed before the end of the day for reasons of security. Inside the jar i71 numerous items were found along with the body of a small child i78. [L831LR.J]
I0071D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0071F02L829>5si f0236 [M917LR.J]
I0071G03L829associated q-lot: 655 [M917LR.J]
I0071O01M717v0072 [-M726-A.J]
I0071O01M717v0072a [-M726-A.J]
I0071O01M717v0072b [-M726-A.J]
I0071O01M717v0072c [-M726-A.J]
I0071O01M717v0072d [-M726-A.J]
I0071P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in 2001 [R813LR.J]
I0072A20L829maf [M917LR.J]
I0072A21L829bracelet [M917LR.J]
I0072A40M920jewellery [-MX12-99.J]
I0072B11L829bronze bracelet found with i78 human remains. A matching bracelet was found i73 both inside the burial jar i71. [M917LR.J]
I0072B11M920metal bracelet similar to i73 [-MX12-99.J]
I0072C01L831Inside the jar i71 of a15 numerous items were found along with the body of a small child i78. The items includes two bronze bracelets i72 i73, 8 metal rings i74, 9 beads i75 (one lapis bead shaped like a duck, one circular lapis bead, one red bread carved like a pair of eyes with white paint, and the rest quartz crystal beads), a metal pin i76, and a metal head piece i70. [L831LR.J]
I0072D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0072F02L829>5si f0227 [M917LR.J]
I0072G03L829associated q-lot: 655 [M917LR.J]
I0072J04M9204.35 [-MX12-99.J]
I0072J07M9200.6 [-MX12-99.J]
I0072K03M920mt [-MX12-99.J]
I0072P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ17 [R813LR.J]
I0073A20MX11maf [MX12LR4.J]
I0073A21MX11bracelet [MX12LR4.J]
I0073A40MX11jewelry [MX12LR4.J]
I0073B11L829bronze bracelet matching to i72 found with the arm bone attached from i78. [M917LR.J]
I0073B11MX11metal bracelet found in a15 burial with a portion of the arm bone of i78 solidified to the bracelet. [MX12LR4.J]
I0073C01L831Inside the jar i71 of a15 numerous items were found along with the body of a small child i78. The items includes two bronze bracelets i72 i73, 8 metal rings i74, 9 beads i75 (one lapis bead shaped like a duck, one circular lapis bead, one red bread carved like a pair of eyes with white paint, and the rest quartz crystal beads), a metal pin i76, and a metal head piece i70. [L831LR.J]
I0073D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0073F02L829>5si f0227 [M917LR.J]
I0073G03L829associated q-lot: 655 [M917LR.J]
I0073J04MX110.5 [MX12LR4.J]
I0073K03MX11mt [MX12LR4.J]
I0073P99MX11to Conservation [MX12LR4.J]
I0074A21L829ma [M917LR.J]
I0074B11L8298 metal rings found within i71 burial jar part of a15 [M917LR.J]
I0074B11M9208 metal rings belonging to a15 burial. [-MX12-99.J]
I0074C01L831Inside the jar i71 of a15 numerous items were found along with the body of a small child i78. The items includes two bronze bracelets i72 i73, 8 metal rings i74, 9 beads i75 (one lapis bead shaped like a duck, one circular lapis bead, one red bread carved like a pair of eyes with white paint, and the rest quartz crystal beads), a metal pin i76, and a metal head piece i70. [L831LR.J]
I0074D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0074F02L829>5si f0227 [M917LR.J]
I0074G03L829associated q-lot: 655 [M917LR.J]
I0075A40L829bead [M917LR.J]
I0075B11L829This is a bead lot for 9 beads found in i71, in a15 burial. The items have been given component numbers i75.1 - i75.9 for identification purposes. These beads are an assortment of clear quartz, lapis, and carnelian. [L818LR3.J]
I0075C01L831Inside the jar i71 of a15 numerous items were found along with the body of a small child i78. The items includes two bronze bracelets i72 i73, 8 metal rings i74, 9 beads i75 (one lapis bead shaped like a duck, one circular lapis bead, one red bread carved like a pair of eyes with white paint, and the rest quartz crystal beads), a metal pin i76, and a metal head piece i70. [L831LR.J]
I0075D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0075F02L829>5si f0227 [M917LR.J]
I0075G03L829associated q-lot: 655 [M917LR.J]
I007504A21MX11bd [MX12LR4.J]
I007504B11MX11Transparent reddish colored stone bead elongated and rounded with a perforation in the center. The middle of the bead is slightly thicker in width. Found in a15 burial along with 8 other beads see i75.1-i75.9 [MX12LR4.J]
I007504J02MX110.55 [MX12LR4.J]
I007504K03MX11li [MX12LR4.J]
I007504K05MX11red [MX12LR4.J]
I007504P99MX11to drafting and photography [MX12LR4.J]
I007505A21MX11bd [MX12LR4.J]
I007505B11MX11round lapis lazuli bead perforated at the center and flattened on both the top and bottom surfaces. This bead belongs to a15 burial with 8 other beads. [MX12LR4.J]
I007505J04MX110.6 [MX12LR4.J]
I007505J07MX110.4 [MX12LR4.J]
I007505K03MX11li [MX12LR4.J]
I007505K05MX11blue [MX12LR4.J]
I007505P99MX11to drafting and photography [MX12LR4.J]
I007506A21MX11bd [MX12LR4.J]
I007506B11MX11Elongated round bead made of clear quartz perforated lengthwise on each end separately (the perforation hole is visible with the technique of drilling a small hole on each end then meeting in the center clearly displayed). Part of a15 burial along with 8 other beads see i75.1-i75.9 [MX12LR4.J]
I007506J02MX110.6 [MX12LR4.J]
I007506J04MX110.45 [MX12LR4.J]
I007506K03MX11li [MX12LR4.J]
I007506K05MX11clear [MX12LR4.J]
I007507A21MX11bd [MX12LR4.J]
I007507B11MX11Round stone bead with perforation in the center. Part of a15 burial along with 8 other beads see i75.1-i75.9 [MX12LR4.J]
I007507J04MX110.8 [MX12LR4.J]
I007507K03MX11li [MX12LR4.J]
I007507K05MX11black [MX12LR4.J]
I007508A21MX11bd [MX12LR4.J]
I007508B11MX11Teardrop shaped clear bead with perforation on the top portion. Part of a15 burial along with 8 other beads; see i75.1-i75.9 [MX12LR4.J]
I007508J02MX111.5 [MX12LR4.J]
I007508J04MX110.6 [MX12LR4.J]
I007508K03MX11li [MX12LR4.J]
I007508K05MX11clear [MX12LR4.J]
I0076A20L829maf [M917LR.J]
I0076B11L829metal pin found in a15 burial inside i71 [M917LR.J]
I0076C01L831Inside the jar i71 of a15 numerous items were found along with the body of a small child i78. The items includes two bronze bracelets i72 i73, 8 metal rings i74, 9 beads i75 (one lapis bead shaped like a duck, one circular lapis bead, one red bread carved like a pair of eyes with white paint, and the rest quartz crystal beads), a metal pin i76, and a metal head piece i70. [L831LR.J]
I0076D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0076F02L829>5si f0227 [M917LR.J]
I0076G03L829associated q-lot: 655 [M917LR.J]
I0077B11L829small carinated bowl found next to i71 found in a15 burial on the other side- isolated. [M917LR.J]
I0077C01L831To the west of the vessel i71 of a15 were animal bones localized in one area and we assigned these bones a separate item number i79 due to their location as a whole group and not a mixed bone lot. Three small vessels i68, i69, i77 were found around the large jar, two carinated bowls and one small jar. These vessels along with the large jar were photographed in context. The large jar i71 rests on the red clay layer approximately 10 centimeters from the stone pavement. We continued to excavate the jar since it needed to be removed before the end of the day for reasons of security [L831LR.J]
I0077C99M918found in burial a15 [-MX12-99.J]
I0077D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0077F02L829>5si f0236 [M917LR.J]
I0077G03L829associated q-lot: 651 [M917LR.J]
I0077J01M9184.8 [-MX12-99.J]
I0077J04M91813.4 [N116LR3.J]
I0077K03M918cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0077O01M717v0072 [L818LR2.J]
I0077O01M717v0072a [L818LR2.J]
I0077P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0078B11L829human remains found inside i71 appears to be of a small child. The bones were found scattered within and did not hold any shape. [M917LR.J]
I0078B11MX11The human remains of a small child found inside jar i71. This body was found in poor condition and could not be articulated. The arm bone of this item has been removed and is included with i73 metal bracelet since the bone had solidified to the bracelet. Refer to a15 for objects associated with this burial. [MX12LR4.J]
I0078B11R818A16.78 are the remains of a child buried inside a large ceramic jar recovered in the early Khabur levels at Mozan (1900 BCE). The funerary assemblage contained various artifacts including metal rings, jars, and beads representing the most elaborate burial in terms of artifacts present in A16. During the early Khabur, the practice of burying young children within ceramic jars or portions of jars appears commonplace however this practice appears to diminish during the later Khabur phase. Age estimate for this skeleton determined through dental development, diaphyseal long bone lengths, and stages of epiphyseal union visible on the skeleton. The deciduous molars and canines show incomplete root development with both deciduous mandibular molars in Rc development stage, deciduous mandibular canine at R ¾, and permanent mandibular molar 1 at Cr ¾- Crc. Using Moorrees, Fanning, and Hunt 1963, dental development was assessed between 1-2.8 years for both male and female profiles. Diaphyseal measurements of the humerus (130 mm) and fibula (135 mm) also suggest an age within 1.7-3.5 years (Hoppa 1992). Skeletal growth establishes this child between ages 1-3, fusion of the vertebral arches at midline and the lateral portion of the occipital bone unfused. Averaging the ranges for all the methods results in estimating A16. 78 within the age range of 1.5-2.5 years at the time of death. No pathological conditions were noted however several bones are discolored due to their proximity to oxidized metals. [UZ15MM.J]
I0078C01L831Inside the jar i71 numerous items were found along with the body of a small child i78. The items includes two bronze bracelets i72, i73, 8 metal rings i74, 9 beads i75(one lapis bead shaped like a duck, one circular lapis bead, one red bread carved like a pair of eyes with white paint, and the rest quartz crystal beads), a metal pin i76, and a metal head piece i70. [L831LR.J]
I0078D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0078F02L829>5si f0227 [M917LR.J]
I0078G03L829associated q-lot: 655 [M917LR.J]
I0078P99MX11to Natural science lab [MX12LR4.J]
I0079A20L829specimen [M917LR.J]
I0079A21L829animal bones [M917LR.J]
I0079B11L829animal bones found next to i71 with i68 and i69. These bones were found concentrated under the carinated bowl i69. [M917LR.J]
I0079C01L831To the west of the vessel i71 of a15 were animal bones localized in one area and we assigned these bones a separate item number i79 due to their location as a whole group and not a mixed bone lot. Three small vessels i68, i69, i77 were found around the large jar, two carinated bowls and one small jar. [L831LR.J]
I0079D01L829k110 [M917LR.J]
I0079F02L829>5si f0236 [M917LR.J]
I0079G03L829associated q-lot: 651 [M917LR.J]
I0079O01M717v0072 [L818LR2.J]
I0079O01M717v0072b [-M726-A.J]
I0080A40L715uncertain clay artifact [-MX12-99.J]
I0080B11L829hind quarters of a zoomorphic ceramic vessel [M917LR.J]
I0080D01L829k112 [M917LR.J]
I0080F02L715>5si f0237 [-MX12-99.J]
I0080G03L715associated q-lot: 665 [-MX12-99.J]
I0080J01L7157 [-MX12-99.J]
I0080K03L715cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0081A20L715laf [-MX12-99.J]
I0081A21L715door socket [-MX12-99.J]
I0081B11L829Door socket located at the end of the sherd pavement next to a3. This item was not removed and is still in situ [M917LR.J]
I0081D01L829k105 [M917LR.J]
I0082B11M920Complete jar with a rope design on the neck. Sent to conservation since the neck is over fired and flaking off, too delicate for further analysis at the moment. [N116LR3.J]
I0082B11M920jar with rope design on the neck. Jar in too fragile condition for description and sent to the conservator. [-MX12-99.J]
I0082D01L829k105 [M917LR.J]
I0082K10M920fragile [N116LR3.J]
I0082P99M920to Conservation [-MX12-99.J]
I0083B11M903small jar with incisions associated with the burial a18 [-MX12-99.J]
I0083C01M904This item was surveyed today by BP using the GTS. She was not able to see the vessel so a point was placed to mark the position 10 cm above the object. Photograph v91 shows were the item was surveyed and it's elevation should be subtracted 10cm. Towards the end of the day we decided to remove the object which was half way excavated on it's side. Due to security reasons on the site we did not want to leave the object exposed over night. A dental pick was used to dislodge the soil from its edges then it was pulled out leaving a wonderful impression in the soil. Tomorrow we plan on coming down to the burial after removing the tannur f180 that sits on top of the burial and excavating the skeletal remains that is emerging. [M904LR2.J]
I0083C99M907we removed this jar a few days ago before exposing the entire burial since we did not want to leave the jar exposed overnight. The jar was brought back to the field for photos today. [M907LR.J]
I0083D01M903k108 [-MX12-99.J]
I0083D99M907this item was surveyed 10cm above its current location since it was out of range of the GTS unit. [M907LR.J]
I0083F02M903>5si f0182 [-MX12-99.J]
I0083K10M907the jar is over fired and the rim is cracking off [M907LR.J]
I0083O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
I0083O01M929v0090a [-MX12-99.J]
I0083O01M929v0091 [-MX12-99.J]
I0083O01M929v0095a [-MX12-99.J]
I0083O01M929v0095b [-MX12-99.J]
I0083P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0084A21M903hb [-MX12-99.J]
I0084B11M903The skeleton which belongs to a baby (the age possibly 1 or 2 years) was in fetal position with its orientation towards the North. The funerary set was simply composed of a small jar devoid or other items. The jar laid close to the head. Given the nature of the burial's deposition in the earth without any other features suggests that it is a simple kind of burial. [-MX12-99.J]
I0084B11M903human remains of burial a18 next to i83 jar [-MX12-99.J]
I0084B11M907The body rests in fetal position facing north with the left side of the body in the ground. The burial contained an over fired jar i83 with rope like incisions around the neck. [M907LR.J]
I0084B11O824Infant, estimated age at 2-3.5 years based on the diaphyseal length of the ulna (106mm)using methods devised by Hoppa (1992) and by deciduous teeth formation of the maxillary canine (AC stage); Dm2 (at Coc stage) using methods devised by Moorrees, Fanning, and Hunt (1963). The skeleton is in poor condition and shows no signs of epiphyseal fusion or ossification. The skull was excavated and removed prior to the removal of the body due its location near the edge of the excavated area. The skull was brought to the lab three years ago in a large block of soil. Unfortunately it was not possible to preserve the skull due to the hardness of the soil around it and the fragile state of the bones. The soil was separated using a wooden stick, which exposed four small beads next to the hyoid bone and the axis cervical vertebra. Photographs were taken of the beads in the soil with the hyoid in place. The items were washed, labeled, and photographed. Refer to items i176, i177, i178, i179 for the description of these beads. [O824LR.J]
I0084C99M907The skull was removed three days earlier since it was cut by the previous year (or cut by the large pit a17, a13) and could not support itself on the pedastalled area. [M907LR.J]
I0084D01M903k108 [-MX12-99.J]
I0084F02M903>5si f0182 [-MX12-99.J]
I0084O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
I0084O01M929v0090a [-MX12-99.J]
I0084O01M929v0091 [-MX12-99.J]
I0084O01M929v0095 [-MX12-99.J]
I0084O01M929v0095a [-MX12-99.J]
I0084O01M929v0095b [-MX12-99.J]
I0084O01M929v0095c [-MX12-99.J]
I0084O02R814L_V20d5022 A16.84 R814 lR ta mandible.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0085A21MX11sm [MX12LR4.J]
I0085A40M904fill [-MX12-99.J]
I0085B11M904fill from MZ14 i63 cv associated with a15 burial inside the ceramic burial jar i71 [-MX12-99.J]
I0085B11MX11soil sample inside i63 jar contains fragments of animal bones. This item was found in a burial a15. [MX12LR4.J]
I0085B11MX11soil sample inside i63 small jar associated with a15 burial. [MX12LR4.J]
I0085D01M904k110 [-MX12-99.J]
I0085F02M904>5si f0227 [-MX12-99.J]
I0086A21MX11sm [MX12LR4.J]
I0086A40M904fill [-MX12-99.J]
I0086B11M904fill from MZ14 i62 cv associated with a15 burial inside the ceramic burial jar i71 [-MX12-99.J]
I0086B11MX11soil sample inside i62 contains fragments of animal bones. This item was found in a burial a15. [MX12LR4.J]
I0086D01M904k110 [-MX12-99.J]
I0086F02M904>5si f0227 [-MX12-99.J]
I0086P02MX11to Natural science lab [MX12LR4.J]
I0087A21M920cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0087A40M905sealing [-MX12-99.J]
I0087B11M905small gray lump of clay with possible impression [-MX12-99.J]
I0087D01M905k110 [-MX12-99.J]
I0087D03M905299 (41400 36845 - 8486 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0087F02M905>5si f0237 [-MX12-99.J]
I0087G03M905associated q-lot: 697 [-MX12-99.J]
I0087J01M9052 [-MX12-99.J]
I0087J02M9051.2 [-MX12-99.J]
I0087K05M905gray [-MX12-99.J]
I0087P01M920discarded [-MX12-99.J]
I0088D03M905300 (41260 37367 - 8558 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0089D03M905301 (41751 37195 - 8545 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0090D03M905302 (41769 37182 - 8849 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0091D03M905303 (41694 37189 - 8552 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0092D03M905304 (41730 37172 - 8553 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0093A20M907maf [-MX12-99.J]
I0093A21M907pin [-MX12-99.J]
I0093A40M920needle [-MX12-99.J]
I0093B11M920long pin thicker at the top with a perforation then tapers out at the bottom. [-MX12-99.J]
I0093D01M907k207 [-MX12-99.J]
I0093F02M907>5si f0268 [-MX12-99.J]
I0093G03M907associated q-lot: 703 [-MX12-99.J]
I0093J02M9206.6 [-MX12-99.J]
I0093J07M9200.3 [-MX12-99.J]
I0093K03M920mt [-MX12-99.J]
I0093P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
I0093P99M920to Conservation [-MX12-99.J]
I0094A20M920maf [-MX12-99.J]
I0094A21M920uc [-MX12-99.J]
I0094B11M920three bronze fragments that fit together. Flat shaped possibly a metal blade. [-MX12-99.J]
I0095A21MX11cl [MX12LR4.J]
I0095D01M907k203 [-MX12-99.J]
I0095F02M907>5si f0264 [-MX12-99.J]
I0095G03M907associated q-lot: 704 [-MX12-99.J]
I0095P01MX11discarded since lump showed no visible signs of impression or working [MX12LR4.J]
I0096A21M909hb [-MX12-99.J]
I0096B11M909The body i96 rests in the fetal position with the left shoulder in the ground head facing north. The right hand crosses over and lies next to the left shoulder. Two jars were found in the grave; i98 and i97. The complete burial constitutes a19. [N304LR2.J]
I0096B11M909remains of burial a19 [-MX12-99.J]
I0096B11M920The human remains of burial a19. The bones of this adult were placed in two boxes; one for the skull and the other for the body. The body was found 40cm below the top of the tomb lying in fetal position facing north. [-MX12-99.J]
I0096D01M909k207 [-MX12-99.J]
I0096D03M910340 (41265 37215 - 8514 / Relay location: 3cm north of forehead) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0096F02M909>5si f0277 [-MX12-99.J]
I0096G03M909associated q-lot: 729 [-MX12-99.J]
I0096O01M929v0096 [-MX12-99.J]
I0096O01M929v0096a [-MX12-99.J]
I0096O01M929v0096b [-MX12-99.J]
I0096O01M929v0097 [-MX12-99.J]
I0096O02R814L_V20d5014 A16.96 R814 lR ta 2 patella.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0096O02R814L_V20d5015 A16.96 R814 lR ta right clavicle CCL.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0096O02R814L_V20d5016 A16.96 R814 lR ta mandible.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0096O02R814L_V20d5023 A16.96 R814 lR ta patella.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0096O02R814L_V20d5024 A16.96 R814 lR ta mandible.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0096O02R814L_V20d5025 A16.96 R814 lR ta mandible.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0096O02R814L_V20d5026 A16.96 R814 lR ta mandible.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0096O21M929t [-MX12-99.J]
I0096P99M920to Natural science lab [-MX12-99.J]
I0097B11M909carinated jar with 2 rope designs associated with burial a19 [-MX12-99.J]
I0097B11M920Complete jar with a rope design on the neck. Sent to conservation since the neck is over fired and flaking off, too delicate for further analysis at the moment. [N116LR3.J]
I0097B11M920jar with rope design on the neck. Jar in too fragile condition for description and sent to the conservator. [-MX12-99.J]
I0097C01M909The second vessel i97 is also a jar but much more complete than i98, both part of a19 burial. This vessel is white in color with a sharp neck and a rope design. The rim of the jar is in pieces and appears to mushroom out. [N304LR2.J]
I0097D01M909k207 [-MX12-99.J]
I0097F02M909>5si f0277 [-MX12-99.J]
I0097G03M909associated q-lot: 729 [-MX12-99.J]
I0097K05M909white [-MX12-99.J]
I0097O01M929v0096 [-MX12-99.J]
I0097O01M929v0096b [-MX12-99.J]
I0097P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I009701A21MX11sm [MX12LR4.J]
I009701B11MX11soil sample inside jar i97 associated with burial a19 [MX12LR4.J]
I0098B11M909broken jar associated with burial a19 [-MX12-99.J]
I0098B11MX11Orange colored jar found in burial a19, chaff tempered. Double rim with lower pointed and has a slightly convex base type xfx. Missing a portion of the rim but has been restored with plaster. [MX12LR4.J]
I0098C01M909The bottom of the vessel i98 remains intact and was found above the head to the north of the body. [N304LR2.J]
I0098D01M909k207 [-MX12-99.J]
I0098D03M910339 (41267 37206 - 8515 / Relay location: center bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0098F02M909>5si f0277 [-MX12-99.J]
I0098G03M909associated q-lot: 729 [-MX12-99.J]
I0098J03MX1110 [MX12LR4.J]
I0098J04MX115 [MX12LR4.J]
I0098K03MX11CH [MX12LR4.J]
I0098K05M909red [-MX12-99.J]
I0098O01M929v0096 [-MX12-99.J]
I0098O01M929v0096a [-MX12-99.J]
I0098P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0098ZcaS1MX11N [MX12LR4.J]
I0098ZcaS2MX11s [MX12LR4.J]
I0098ZcaS3MX111 [MX12LR4.J]
I0099D01M909k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0099F02M909>5si f0266 [-MX12-99.J]
I0099G03M909associated q-lot: 728 [-MX12-99.J]
I0100A21M920si [-MX12-99.J]
I0100D03M910347 (41848 36942 - 8533 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0100P99M920to mKB [-MX12-99.J]
I0101A21M920pi [-MX12-99.J]
I0101B11M920Complete bronze pin with a point at one end and the other forming a bulb. [N116LR3.J]
I0101B11M920long metal pin with a point in one end and the other forming a bulb. [-MX12-99.J]
I0101D03M910348 (41274 37275 - 8505 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0101J02M92010.7 [-MX12-99.J]
I0101J07M9200.4 [-MX12-99.J]
I0101K03M920mt [-MX12-99.J]
I0101K10M920good [N116LR3.J]
I0101O01M929v0097 [-MX12-99.J]
I0101P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
I0102A21M920fg [-MX12-99.J]
I0102B11M920Small clay head of an animal figurine with finger impressions visible on the clay surface. This item has a pinched face with perforated eyes and small ears. [N116LR3.J]
I0102B11M920small clay head of an animal figurine with finger impressions visible. Has a pinched face with perforated eyes and small ears. [-MX12-99.J]
I0102D03M910349 (41754 37185 - 8532 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0102J02M9202.1 [-MX12-99.J]
I0102J07M9201 [-MX12-99.J]
I0102K03M920cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0103A20M920maf [-MX12-99.J]
I0103A21M920earring [-MX12-99.J]
I0103B11M920thing round metal ring [-MX12-99.J]
I0103D03M910350 (41667 37324 - 8531 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0103J04M9201.5 [-MX12-99.J]
I0103P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
I0104B11M920Gold item with a bright shiny yellow color, thin and forms a cap, hollow inside with a perforation on the top end. This item may be a possible seal holder. [N116LR3.J]
I0104B11M920gold item with a bright shiny yellow color. This item may be a possible head or seal holder. This item is thin and forms a cap- hollow inside with a hole at the end. [-MX12-99.J]
I0104B11M928Small gold artifact in the shape of a cap, hollow inside, with a small perforation at the top. Artifact is not decorated and may be the top portion of a pendant or a cylinder seal holder. This gold piece is made entirely of a very thin sheet of gold, resulting in a very fragile condition where the gold appears smashed and dented in certain areas. [MX01AP.J]
I0104D03M910351 (41095 36913 - 8553 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0104J01M9200.7 [-MX12-99.J]
I0104P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
I0105A20MX11caf [MX12LR4.J]
I0105A21MX11uk [MX12LR4.J]
I0105B11MX11flat rectangular clay piece with pinched sides forming a smooth curving shape to the rectangle. The shorter sides are pinched in which forms the curve. The object is baked consisting of a orange brown color with sand and calcar inclusions. This item may be an unfinished hominoid figurine. [MX12LR4.J]
I0105J02MX114.8 [MX12LR4.J]
I0105J04MX113.2 [MX12LR4.J]
I0105J07MX111.1 [MX12LR4.J]
I0105K03MX11cl [MX12LR4.J]
I0107A20M911maf [M917LR.J]
I0107D01M911k207 [M917LR.J]
I0107F02M911>5si f0294 [M917LR.J]
I0107G03M911associated q-lot: 766 [M917LR.J]
I0108B11M920Seal impression with a seated figure visible. Sent to conservation for cleaning. [-MX12-99.J]
I0108D01M911k207 [M917LR.J]
I0108F02M911>5si f0294 [M917LR.J]
I0108G03M911associated q-lot: 766 [M917LR.J]
I0108O01M929v0104 [-MX12-99.J]
I0108O01M929v0104a [-MX12-99.J]
I0108O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
I0109B11M912animal scene [M917LR.J]
I0109D01M912k203 [M917LR.J]
I0109D03M912357 (41646 37142 - 8513 / Relay location: @bottom) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0109F02M912>5si f0286 [M917LR.J]
I0109G03M912associated q-lot: 775 [M917LR.J]
I0111A20M913maf [MX12LR4.J]
I0111A21M913uc [MX12LR4.J]
I0111B11M913bronze object with a rounded elongated body and an extremity protruding out of the body. The extremity is flat and creates a niche where the body and the extremity meets. The body tapers off and rounds out. This piece resembles a hook of some sort possibly for fishing or a spear head with a broken off point. Item was restored this season. [MX12LR4.J]
I0111J02M9132.2 [MX12LR4.J]
I0111J04M9131.1 [MX12LR4.J]
I0111J07M9130.4 [MX12LR4.J]
I0114B11M929ceramic vessel that includes i115. When a20 emerged we believed that the body rested on two different jars but after viewing it properly, they are from the same jar so i115 and i114 are combined. [-MX12-99.J]
I0114C01M913fragments of a jar next to i115 that are lying flat. See i115 for further description [MX12LR4.J]
I0114O01M929v0099 [-MX12-99.J]
I0114O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
I0114O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
I0114O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
I0115B11M929combined ceramic vessel with i114. This item should be found as i114. [-MX12-99.J]
I0115B11MX11flat base jar slightly convex base type xfx. This item belongs to a burial a20 in which the remains of a small child were laid across the sherds of this incomplete broken vessel. Jar contains three incised lines for decoration and is a light green color. Jar has been restored. This jar contains i114 since initially we perceived that i114 and i115 were two different jars. When the body was removed and the jars removed it turns out that i114 and i115 are one jar. The label on the object reads i115 and should be referred to as i115. [MX12LR4.J]
I0115C01M913this jar rests on a "L" shape brick installation. Relays taken at middle of rim top and one at the base of i114 south side. This jar is fragmented and lies on one side with an intact rim. Body appears to be split in half and incomplete. Another jar i114 lies next to it touching i115 and both appear to rest on the same surface but when the surrounding area was excavated no traces of a floor were identified. This is quite puzzling since the brick installation and jars must be sitting on a floor unless this is a burial. It is currently unclear whether i115 and i114 constitute the same jar, both are the same color but there is currently too much soil to determine this. [MX12LR4.J]
I0115C02M913we will remove the fill inside these jars to see whether they are a burial then remove them [MX12LR4.J]
I0115K03MX11RC1 [MX12LR4.J]
I0115O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
I0115O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
I0115ZcaD1MX11A [MX12LR4.J]
I0115ZcaD2MX113 [MX12LR4.J]
I0115ZcaS1MX11N [MX12LR4.J]
I0115ZcaS2MX11f [MX12LR4.J]
I0115ZcaS3MX114 [MX12LR4.J]
I0116B11M918Torso of a female figurine, broken at the head with some of the neck intact. The figure has round protruding breasts and appears to have on a garment visible by small circular pieces of clay forming a strap on both sides similar to a sleeveless gown. The figure is broken just below the breasts, her arms are also broken. [N116LR3.J]
I0116J02M9183.5 [-MX12-99.J]
I0117C01M913this item was found while removing the gray ashy layer f292 but found in the reddish material to the west of f292 and was given a new feature number for this material, f293. It is difficult to separate these layers of gray and reddish material since there are a number of overlaying layers, refer to v94a. r371 was taken to indicate the location of the seal impression. [MX12LR4.J]
I0120A20M918maf [-MX12-99.J]
I0120A21M918uc [-MX12-99.J]
I0120B11M918Long cylindrical piece of metal in two pieces, either a needle or end of a pin. [N116LR3.J]
I0120J02M9183.3 [-MX12-99.J]
I0120J07M9180.4 [-MX12-99.J]
I0122B11M920Tan colored jar found along with i139, another ceramic vessel. Contains no rim. Below the neck are three incised lines. Body is egg shaped and has no base, simply rounding out on the bottom. Chaff tempered and contains salt encrustations on the outside surface. [N116LR3.J]
I0122C01M919This item was discovered while clearing f299 pit. The item lies a few centimeters below the end of the pit. The body of the ceramic vessel was noticed first and part of the neck exposed. The jar rests at an angle (rim facing east) and appears slightly compressed with an egg shape. We will leave this jar in place until we come down on it from the top. [-MX12-99.J]
I0122C01M922Three ceramic vessels were found with the body i156. One next to the feet i122 (similar to a19) and two vessels next to the head, i139 complete jar and i157 that was under i139. [N303LR.J]
I0122C04M922We first removed i122 and i139 since we did not want to leave the ceramic vessels exposed over night. At the lab I removed the soil inside and made them into samples i146 and i147. The jar i122 was filled with soil containing some bone fragments but i139 only contained a dirt coating at the top and when removed exposed it hollow. gB suggested that it may have been filled with liquid which evaporated leaving only a coating of soil at the very top. [N303LR.J]
I0122D03M914378 (41655 37069 - 8506 / Relay location: South edge middle) [R7QFAB1R.J]
I0122J01M92032 [-MX12-99.J]
I0122J03M92010.5 [-MX12-99.J]
I0122K03M920cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0122P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0123A21M914hb [M917LR.J]
I0123B11M920Skeletal remains of a small child laid across the ceramic jar i114 and i115. [N116LR3.J]
I0123D01M914k205 [M917LR.J]
I0123F02M914>5si f0304 [M917LR.J]
I0123K05M914remains of a small child laid across two halves of a ceramic vessel [M917LR.J]
I0123Zpa1dfR806hs [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa1miR8061 [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa2baR806infant [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa2bsR806unknown [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa2daR806infant, 5-12 months of age estimated through multiple aging techniques. The diaphyseal length of the long bones; Humerus 66mm, Ulna 85mm, radius 74mm, tibia 95mm, femur 113 mm using Hoppa 1992 suggests this is an infant of 12 months. Bone ossification places this infant within 9-12 months of age with the mandible fused (>6-9 months) while the vertebral bodies remain un-fused (<12 months) via Buikstra and Ubelaker 1994. Deciduous teeth formation estimates this infant within 5-10 months; canine at stage Crc= 5-8 months, molar 1 at stage r1/4= 5-10 months, and permanent molar 1 at Coc= 6 months via Moorees, Fanning and Hunt 1963; Smith 1991. [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa4pdR806The left ulna and fibula show signs of periostitis, an inflammation of the periosteum either through trauma or infection, with evidence of woven bone formation on the shaft that takes on a porous appearance. The inflammation is nonspecific resulting from either periostitis as the primary disease or as a secondary reaction of another disease. No other skeletal lesions where noted. In archaeological skeletal material, periosteal inflammation of the long bones forms the most common pathological condition recorded (Ortner 2003). [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa4plR806left ulna, left fibula [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa4ptR806pr [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa7prR806The bones were found in good condition with 43% post cranium, 85% skull, and <75% of the ribs complete. [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa7scR806gd [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa8boR806supine [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa8btR806sj [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa8goR806W-E [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa8sfR806north [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa8tpR806early Khabur [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa9mfR806113 [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa9mrR80674 [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa9mtR80695 [R815LR.J]
I0123Zpa9muR80685 [R815LR.J]
I0124P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0125A20M914maf [M917LR.J]
I0125A21M914earring [M917LR.J]
I0125B11M914bronze earring found with the burial i123 [L818LR3.J]
I0125F02M914>5si f0301 [M917LR.J]
I0125G03M914associated q-lot: 796 [M917LR.J]
I0126D01M914k202 [M917LR.J]
I0126G03M914associated q-lot: 796 [M917LR.J]
I0127A20M915maf [M917LR.J]
I0127A21M915uk [M917LR.J]
I0127D01M915k203 [M917LR.J]
I0127F02M915>5si f0286 [M917LR.J]
I0127G03M915associated q-lot: 805 [M917LR.J]
I0128A20M915maf [M917LR.J]
I0128D01M915k208 [M917LR.J]
I0128F02M915>5si f0307 [M917LR.J]
I0128G03M915associated q-lot: 810 [M917LR.J]
I0128P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
I0129A21M915fg [M917LR.J]
I0129D01M915k206 [M917LR.J]
I0129F02M915>5si f0309 [M917LR.J]
I0129G03M915associated q-lot: 814 [M917LR.J]
I0130D01M915k207 [M917LR.J]
I0130F02M915>5si f0306 [M917LR.J]
I0130G03M915associated q-lot: 798 [M917LR.J]
I0130P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0131D01M915k205 [M917LR.J]
I0131F02M915>5si f0310 [M917LR.J]
I0131G03M915associated q-lot: 819 [M917LR.J]
I0134P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ17 [R813LR.J]
I0137A20M920maf [-MX12-99.J]
I0137A21M920uk [-MX12-99.J]
I0137B11M920Solid piece of bronze in the shape of a bovis head, with long slits for the eyes, protruding muzzle. Possibly the head of a pin, or a pendant. [N116LR3.J]
I0137P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
I0138C01M919yesterday this item was uncovered while removing the last 10cm of red material on top of the stones. We are referring to it as a pot smash since there are several sherds from the same vessel lying right on the stone pavement suggesting they were smashed. The sherds were triangulated today and we will keep them in situ for a photograph. [M919LR.J]
I0139B11M920Light tan colored complete jar, chaff tempered with a long neck and double rim (the lower rim is pointed). Incised below the neck with three lines. The body is egg shaped. [N116LR3.J]
I0139C01M922Three ceramic vessels were found with the body. One next to the feet i222 (similar to a19) and two vessels next to the head, i139 complete jar, and i157 that was under i139. The ceramic vessel i139 is in wonderful condition but i157 a cooking vessel appears fragmented. The condition of i157 is noted as fragile since it is fragmented and cracking. [N303LR.J]
I0139C04M922We first removed i122 and i139 since we did not want to leave the ceramic vessels exposed over night. At the lab I removed the soil inside and made them into samples i146 and i147. The jar i122 was filled with soil containing some bone fragments but i139 only contained a dirt coating at the top and when removed exposed it hollow. gB suggested that it may have been filled with liquid which evaporated leaving only a coating of soil at the very top. [N303LR.J]
I0139C99M920found in a burial [-MX12-99.J]
I0139J01M92027 [-MX12-99.J]
I0139J03M92010.9 [-MX12-99.J]
I0139J05M9208 [-MX12-99.J]
I0139K03M920cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0139K10M920excellent [-MX12-99.J]
I0139P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
I0140B11M919Large fragments of thick pottery smashed. [V119LC.J]
I0140C01M919yesterday we uncovered this item which we have called a potsmash. This vessel does not contain any base nor rim and consists of large fragments of thick pottery. They were all found lying outside down. We triangulated this item then photographed in relation to the burnt area to the east and the stone pavement to the north. It was removed this morning. [M919LR.J]
I0140D01M919k202 [-MX12-99.J]
I0140F02M919>5si f0301 [-MX12-99.J]
I0140G03M919associated q-lot: 835 [-MX12-99.J]
I0140K99M919ceramic vessel lying on the red phase 4 material, several large body sherds flat on the red. [-MX12-99.J]
I0143A21M920sl [-MX12-99.J]
I0143A40M919sealing impression [-MX12-99.J]
I0143B11M920fragment of gray sealing clay with fingerprint impressions. [-MX12-99.J]
I0143D01M919k207 [-MX12-99.J]
I0143F02M919>5si f0313 [-MX12-99.J]
I0143G03M919associated q-lot: 837 [-MX12-99.J]
I0144A21M920sl [-MX12-99.J]
I0144B11M920sealing clay with string impressions on one side [-MX12-99.J]
I0144J02M9202.1 [-MX12-99.J]
I0144J04M9201.4 [-MX12-99.J]
I0144J07M9201 [-MX12-99.J]
I0144K05M920gray [-MX12-99.J]
I0145A21M920cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0145P01M920discarded [-MX12-99.J]
I0146A21M920sm [N116LR3.J]
I0146B11M920Soil inside i139 ceramic vessel. The jar when excavated proved to be hollow except for a small soil cap at the top. Possibly filled with liquid that evaporated (gB). [N116LR3.J]
I0146C01M922We first removed i122 and i139 since we did not want to leave the ceramic vessels exposed over night. At the lab I removed the soil inside and made them into samples i146 and i147. The jar i122 was filled with soil containing some bone fragments but i139 only contained a dirt coating at the top and when removed exposed it hollow. gB suggested that it may have been filled with liquid which evaporated leaving only a coating of soil at the very top. [N303LR.J]
I0146D01M930k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0146F02M930>5si f0316 [-MX12-99.J]
I0146G03M930associated q-lot: 791 [-MX12-99.J]
I0146K99M930Soil found inside i139 jar- associated with burial a21 [-MX12-99.J]
I0147A21M920sm [-MX12-99.J]
I0147B11M920Soil sample inside jar i122. Contains fragments of bones and soft fill. Three items were found inside: one small fragment of a tannur and two light green pottery sherds. [-MX12-99.J]
I0147C01M922We first removed i122 and i139 since we did not want to leave the ceramic vessels exposed over night. At the lab I removed the soil inside and made them into samples i146 and i147. The jar i122 was filled with soil containing some bone fragments but i139 only contained a dirt coating at the top and when removed exposed it hollow. gB suggested that it may have been filled with liquid which evaporated leaving only a coating of soil at the very top. [N303LR.J]
I0147D01M930k206 [-MX12-99.J]
I0147F02M930>5si f0316 [-MX12-99.J]
I0147G03M930associated q-lot: 791 [-MX12-99.J]
I0147K99M930soil inside i122 jar- associated with burial a21 [-MX12-99.J]
I0148A21M920sm [-MX12-99.J]
I0148B11M920soil sample from the burial jar i98 [-MX12-99.J]
I0148D01M930k207 [-MX12-99.J]
I0148F02M930>5si f0277 [-MX12-99.J]
I0148G03M930associated q-lot: 729 [-MX12-99.J]
I0148K99M930soil inside i98 cv [-MX12-99.J]
I0149A21M920si [-MX12-99.J]
I0149B11M920fragment of a dark gray seal impression possibly sealed. Sent to the conservator for cleaning. [-MX12-99.J]
I0150A21M922fg [-MX12-99.J]
I0150B11M922Body of an animal figurine broken at the neck and legs with fingerprints visible on the clay surface. The back end is incised in a "V" shape with a line indicating the tail. [N116LR3.J]
I0150J01M9223 [-MX12-99.J]
I0150J02M9225.6 [-MX12-99.J]
I0150J04M9222.5 [-MX12-99.J]
I0150K05M922tan [-MX12-99.J]
I0151A21M922sl [-MX12-99.J]
I0151B11M920gray sealing clay with possible impression on it. Sent to the conservator for cleaning. [-MX12-99.J]
I0151J02M9202.5 [-MX12-99.J]
I0151J02M9224.2 [-MX12-99.J]
I0151J04M9202.6 [-MX12-99.J]
I0151J07M9222.3 [-MX12-99.J]
I0151K03M920cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0151K05M922gray [-MX12-99.J]
I0152B11M922Piece of a door sealing containing a round peg impression, not sealed. [N116LR3.J]
I0152K03M922cl [N116LR3.J]
I0153A21M920cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0153P01M920discarded [-MX12-99.J]
I0154A21M920sl [-MX12-99.J]
I0154B11M920fragment of sealing clay with an impression. Does not appear sealed. [-MX12-99.J]
I0154J02M9201.1 [-MX12-99.J]
I0154J04M9201.5 [-MX12-99.J]
I0154K03M920cl [-MX12-99.J]
I0154K05M920gray [-MX12-99.J]
I0155A21M922bd [-MX12-99.J]
I0155B11M922Circular flat red transparent bead with a small hole in the center. [-MX12-99.J]
I0155J04M9220.8 [-MX12-99.J]
I0155J07M9220.4 [-MX12-99.J]
I0155K03M922li [-MX12-99.J]
I0155K05M922red [-MX12-99.J]
I0156A21M922hb [-MX12-99.J]
I0156B11M922The skeletal remains of burial a21. [-MX12-99.J]
I0156C01M922While 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. [N303LR.J]
I0156D01M922k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0156F02M922>5si f0320 [-MX12-99.J]
I0156G03M922associated q-lot: 849 [-MX12-99.J]
I0156K99M922Human remains from a21 [-MX12-99.J]
I0156N99M922The 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. [N116LR3.J]
I0156P99M922to Natural science lab [-MX12-99.J]
I0157C01M922Three ceramic vessels were found with the body. One next to the feet i222 (similar to a19) and two vessels next to the head, i139 complete jar, and i157 that was under i139. The ceramic vessel i139 is in wonderful condition but i157 a cooking vessel appears fragmented. The condition of i157 is noted as fragile since it is fragmented and cracking. [N303LR.J]
I0157D01M922k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0157F02M922>5si f0320 [-MX12-99.J]
I0157G03M922associated q-lot: 849 [-MX12-99.J]
I0157K99M922ceramic vessel below i139 fragmented found in burial a21 [-MX12-99.J]
I0158A20M922maf [-MX12-99.J]
I0158A21M922pi [-MX12-99.J]
I0158C01M922The burial a21 was removed in the afternoon and three more items were found while removing the bones. Two bronze pins (i158, i159) were found on each shoulder with the ends pointed at each other and silver fragment i160 was located under the skull. The pins are likely used to hold a garment in place and i160, a rounded metal item, may possibly be a hair ornament due the item's location by the head. The metals have been sent to the conservation laboratory. [N303LR.J]
I0158D01M922k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0158F02M922>5si f0320 [-MX12-99.J]
I0158G03M922associated q-lot: 849 [-MX12-99.J]
I0158K99M922Bronze pin found in burial a21 [-MX12-99.J]
I0159A20M922maf [-MX12-99.J]
I0159A21M922pi [-MX12-99.J]
I0159C01M922The burial a21 was removed in the afternoon and three more items were found while removing the bones. Two bronze pins (i158, i159) were found on each shoulder with the ends pointed at each other and silver fragment i160 was located under the skull. The pins are likely used to hold a garment in place and i160, a rounded metal item, may possibly be a hair ornament due the item's location by the head. The metals have been sent to the conservation laboratory. [N303LR.J]
I0159D01M922k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0159F02M922>5si f0320 [-MX12-99.J]
I0159G03M922associated q-lot: 849 [-MX12-99.J]
I0159K99M922second bronze pin found in burial a21- also see i158 [-MX12-99.J]
I0160A20M922maf [-MX12-99.J]
I0160A21M922uk [-MX12-99.J]
I0160B11M919Large metal fragment, found below the skull of the burial. Possibly silver. Fragmented and function unknown. [V119LC.J]
I0160C01M922The burial a21 was removed in the afternoon and three more items were found while removing the bones. Two bronze pins (i158, i159) were found on each shoulder with the ends pointed at each other and silver fragment i160 was located under the skull. The pins are likely used to hold a garment in place and i160, a rounded metal item, may possibly be a hair ornament due the item's location by the head. The metals have been sent to the conservation laboratory. [N303LR.J]
I0160D01M922k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0160F02M922>5si f0320 [-MX12-99.J]
I0160G03M922associated q-lot: 849 [-MX12-99.J]
I0160K99M922Metal object found in burial a21- found in the under side of the skull [-MX12-99.J]
I0163A20M923specimen [-MX12-99.J]
I0163A21M923animal bone [-MX12-99.J]
I0163B11MX11animal bones found under i122 in a21 burial. These bones were under a ceramic jar and when exposed revealed to be a portion of an animal head complete with the jaw and skull. [MX12LR4.J]
I0163D01M923k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0163F02M923>5si f0320 [-MX12-99.J]
I0163G03M923associated q-lot: 849 [-MX12-99.J]
I0163P02MX11to Natural science lab [MX12LR4.J]
I0164A40M923^ca [-MX12-99.J]
I0164B11MX11Orange colored stand for pottery. This is half of a complete stand and contains visible traces of calcar inclusions. At the break two colors are visible; a bright orange color on the outside with the inner layer a light orange. The inner surface contains linear ridges with the bottom and top edge smoothed over. Contains one end that is wider than the other and presumably the wider end (diameter 12cm) is the base of the stand. [MX12LR4.J]
I0164D01M923k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0164F02M923>5si f0289 [-MX12-99.J]
I0164G03M923associated q-lot: 871 [-MX12-99.J]
I0164J03MX1112 [MX12LR4.J]
I0164J04MX1110 [MX12LR4.J]
I0164J07MX111.1 [MX12LR4.J]
I0164K03MX11RC1 [MX12LR4.J]
I0164K04MX11d [MX12LR4.J]
I0165A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
I0165B11MX11gray sealing clay lump with a flat line visible on one side containing smaller lines inside. Possibly a reed impression. [MX12LR4.J]
I0165J02MX112.6 [MX12LR4.J]
I0165J04MX111.8 [MX12LR4.J]
I0165J07MX110.9 [MX12LR4.J]
I0166A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
I0166B11MX11gray clay lump with a string or reed impression visible. This sealing retains a lumpy irregular shape and does not appear sealed with a rolling. [MX12LR4.J]
I0166J02MX113.9 [MX12LR4.J]
I0166J04MX113.4 [MX12LR4.J]
I0166J07MX112.6 [MX12LR4.J]
I0167A21MX11si [MX12LR4.J]
I0167B11MX11Pottery sherd with a seal impression rolled on the outer surface. This sherd shows only a portion of the rolling with three clear boundaries (top, bottom, and one side) visible. The rolling continues but only the last segment remains. The impression shows a seated figure on a small stool with arms bent at the elbow and hands working something that sits on top of a table next to him (table is not complete, broken to the left). The figure faces left and is in profile with a circular hollow denoting the eye. The hands are touching/working something but it is not clearly defined. Close to the head of the figure a small line with two items on top of this line are distinguished. This line appears to be a shelf holding the completed pieces that the figure had produced. The object look like upside-down jars. Another figure lies to the left of the first figure also in profile facing the first figure. This figure appears to be standing with hands touching the table and is cut at the left making further description difficult. This sealing may be interpreted as a cook or potter's seal. The sherd itself is chaff tempered and contains lines caused by smoothing the jar on the inner surface. [MX12LR4.J]
I0167J02MX115.4 [MX12LR4.J]
I0167J07MX111.1 [MX12LR4.J]
I0167K03MX11CH [MX12LR4.J]
I0167K05MX11light yellow/tan [MX12LR4.J]
I0167P99MX11to photography, drafting, and mKB [MX12LR4.J]
I0168B11MX11small complete conical cup with a rounded off base. Calcar and sand inclusions visible and the inner surface has a finger indentation at the bottom. This item has been restored. Found inside the pit fill f289. [MX12LR4.J]
I0168J03MX115 [MX12LR4.J]
I0168J04MX112 [MX12LR4.J]
I0168K03MX11RC1 [MX12LR4.J]
I0168K04MX11cup [MX12LR4.J]
I0169A21M924fg [-MX12-99.J]
I0169A21MX02la [MX04AP.J]
I0169B11MX02Porous basalt grinding pestle with an oval shape. Variable thickness (3-5,4). Rough and porous surface. [MX04AP.J]
I0169B11MX11animal figurine with intact hindquarters and body. The rear end is positioned up with the body sloping downwards giving the figurine the impression of an animal stretching. One leg is slightly bent at the knee. The backside shows two lines delineating the tail in between the legs and the rear is considerably large and prominent in this figurine. The lines of the tail curve under forming the genitals. The knees, lower leg, and body are broken. [MX12LR4.J]
I0169D01M924k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0169D10MX11width taken at backside, length from break of neck to back end, height from brake of legs to highest point. [MX12LR4.J]
I0169F02M924>5si f0289 [-MX12-99.J]
I0169G03M924associated q-lot: 886 [-MX12-99.J]
I0169J01MX115.9 [MX12LR4.J]
I0169J02MX0230 [MX04AP.J]
I0169J02MX116.9 [MX12LR4.J]
I0169J04MX114.9 [MX12LR4.J]
I0169J07MX024 [MX04AP.J]
I0169K10MX11excellent [MX12LR4.J]
I0169P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
I0169P99MX02to drafting and photography [MX04AP.J]
I0170D01M924k206 [-MX12-99.J]
I0170F02M924>5si f0306 [-MX12-99.J]
I0170G03M924associated q-lot: 885 [-MX12-99.J]
I0173P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
I0174A21M925si [-MX12-99.J]
I0174D01M925k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0174F02M925>5si f0289 [-MX12-99.J]
I0174G03M925associated q-lot: 900 [-MX12-99.J]
I0174K99M925reddish clay [-MX12-99.J]
I0175A21MX01hb [-MX12-99.J]
I0175C01MZ01The body appears secondarily fired given that the bones are a darker color and very hard. Usually the skeletons uncovered are brittle and white, these bones are hard and solid much like cooked animal bones. The pit fill f343 is all ash with chunks of charcoal found around the body. It is possible that either the body was filled with soil then later secondarily fired from the top, or that during burial it was fired. We removed the bones after photographing them and will leave the situation as it is until next season when we have more time to excavate this fill and understand better the situation. [N303LR.J]
I0175D01MX01k205 [-MX12-99.J]
I0175F02MX01>5si f0343 [-MX12-99.J]
I0175K10MZ01The skull of i175 was excavated three years ago by A13 and re-covered. Cloth was placed on top of the bones then plastic and covered with soil to protect the bones. When uncovered this year, some damage occurred over the years. The cloth had dissolved and attached to some of the skull creating black splotches. The skull became more brittle and cracked. Evidence of water seepage was seen by the chin, which contained laminations. Better methods for preserving exposed bones must be employed. Likely the best technique is to cover the bones only with soil avoiding plastic and cloth. [N303LR.J]
I0175K99MX01human remains found in f342 former A13 pit [-MX12-99.J]
I0175O02R814L_V20d5017 A16.175 R814 lR ta mandible dental cavity.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0175O02R814L_V20d5018 A16.175 R814 lR ta cranium.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0175O02R814L_V20d5019 A16.175 R814 lR ta cranium.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
I0176A21O824bd [O824LR.J]
I0176B11O824Elongated clear quartz bead with rounded edges and flat sides, perforated at both ends. Found as a necklace (one of four beads) around i84 infant age 2-3.5 years. A small jar was also found in this burial. [O824LR.J]
I0176J02O8241.2 [O824LR.J]
I0176J04O8240.9 [O824LR.J]
I0176J07O8240.7 [O824LR.J]
I0177A21O824bd [O824LR.J]
I0177B11O824Elongated clear quartz bead with rounded edges and flat sides, perforated at both ends. Found as a necklace (one of four beads) around i84 infant age 2-3.5 years. A small jar was also found in this burial. [O824LR.J]
I0177J02O8241.05 [O824LR.J]
I0177J04O8240.8 [O824LR.J]
I0177J07O8240.65 [O824LR.J]
I0178A21O824bd [O824LR.J]
I0178B11O824Elongated clear quartz bead with rounded edges and flat sides, perforated at both ends, slighly smaller than the other two quartz beads. Found as a necklace (one of four beads) around i84 infant age 2-3.5 years. A small jar was also found in this burial. [O824LR.J]
I0178J02O8241 [O824LR.J]
I0178J04O8240.65 [O824LR.J]
I0178J07O8240.45 [O824LR.J]
I0179A21O824bd [O824LR.J]
I0179B11O824Tear drop shaped lapis lazuli bead with rounded ends and flat sides. The narrowest rounded edge contains a small circular perforation through the thickness of the bead. Found as a necklace (one of four beads) around i84 infant age 2-3.5 years of age. A small jar was also found in this burial. [O824LR.J]
I0179J02O8241.1 [O824LR.J]
I0179J04O8240.75 [O824LR.J]
I0179J07O8240.4 [O824LR.J]
K0001C01L609we finished removing the backfill and exposed the mud brick structure a1 [L630TR.J]
K0001C01L611In order to find the foundation of a1 in k1 we decided to remove 15cm from the area north of the corner of a1 until the step. We called this feature f12 but did not finish excavating it today. Tomorrow we will remove the bricky mass on the SW corner to reach the wall and check to see if we encounter any defired bricks protruding out of the wall. We did find two stones in close proximity to the corner but appear not to be related to the mudbrick wall. [L630TR.J]
K0001C01L614tR and cC scraped the North section to find the cut between f27 and f28 and shaved off the small section in the middle of the locus to see this line better. q25 is a mixture of the two features since the baulk was shaved and was unable to keep the pottery separated; this is noted in the q log. [L630TR.J]
K0001C01L725In k1 we predict that this will be the most time consuming and slowest area to excavate since in the East section of A10 we see layers of sherd and pebble floors going down. We are leaving the wall in the Northwest corner f114 to see if it continues down. [L728LR.J]
K0001C01L726In k1 we are removing another 15cm of a reddish brown soil throughout the area. In the Eastern side 50cm from the East baulk the soil has changed from a gray color to black likely the result of localized burning. A large amount of purple and green "kiln waste" chunks were found yesterday in the Northwest area next to the wall f114. In "kiln waste" I am referring to overfired material, which can be vitrified dung or clay. The soil is soft, ashy white in color with lots of burnt pottery and kiln waste. This localized firing pit continued 5-10cm down which exposed a chunky red layer below with blocky pieces of clay f173. [L728LR.J]
K0001C02L609We plan to excavate the southwest side of the locus at the corner of the wall where f4 and f7 intersect. We will try to uncover the base of the wall. [L630TR.J]
K0001C02L716we will remove the east baulk in k1 after CI has drawn the section. [L818LR.J]
K0001O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
K0001O01L626v0013 [-M726-A.J]
K0001O01M711v0007a [-M726-A.J]
K0001O01M717v0073d [-M726-A.J]
K0001O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
K0001O01M730v0077 [L818LR2.J]
K0001O01M730v0079 [L818LR2.J]
K0001O01M730v0083 [L818LR2.J]
K0001O01M730v0083 [N114LR3.J]
K0001O03L619w0005 [W314LC.J]
K0001O03L701w0001 [W314LC.J]
K0001O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
K0001O03L716w0064 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03L722w0021 [W314LC.J]
K0001O03L722w0037 [W314LC.J]
K0001O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
K0001O03L906w0042 [W314LC.J]
K0001O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03L907w0045 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
K0001O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
K0002C01L610We opened up k2 today. The workmen have leveled off the NE section since the Tell has a slope in order to eventually make the whole locus one level. We did not collect the pottery from the first 10-15cm (topsoil) since it would most likely be out of context. [L630TR.J]
K0002C01L611Continued removing ^ts on the NE side & area is still not leveled. A small pit was identified on the NE corner on the North baulk & was assigned f13- it later became apparent that it was an animal hole; a small amount of pottery was collected. [L630TR.J]
K0002C01L612Today we continued to remove the topsoil and found brickfall f15 underneath. One big pick run was done; then we stopped for the day in this locus. [L630TR.J]
K0002C01L625In k2 we cut a trench running North-South in the middle of the locus to determine the depth of the brickfall. The trench was 35cm below the rest of the locus on the East and West sides when ashy pockets started appearing. This could be the end of the brickfall with an ashy accumulation or just ashy pockets in the ^bf and the ^bf continues down. We stopped at this level and excavated the remainder of the locus. We did make the trench a separate locus k102 [L630TR.J]
K0002C01L626we are removing the west baulk [L630TR.J]
K0002C01L725In k2 we are excavating the whole locus West of f132. This area contains large amounts of pottery in comparison to k6,k5,and k1, which is within a brown-gray matrix and is most likely the same pit as k6. The sherds contained no pattern and were not positioned in a way to suggest that it was a pavement or floor. Currently we are digging in f161 interface level with plans to change the feature tomorrow due to the pottery change. These layers are probably related to the sherd layers seen in the North section. [L728LR.J]
K0002C01L726In k2, yesterday at the end of the day we defined the area with the large amount of pottery as a separate pit, a kind of "sherd pit" since a large amount of compacted pottery was isolated in that area. Currently this pit is located within the southwest corner but yesterday it extended throughout the locus thus the pottery from this feature is mixed with the feature above it. The sherd pit is f170 and was completely excavated today. We made a new feature for the accumulation around this pit and it is most likely the same matrix as the fill on top. This pit, although smaller, contained more sherds than the sherd pit in k6. [L728LR.J]
K0002C01L729In k2 we cleaned all the sections to see the pit fill which shows a series of layers of gray f171, a sterile silty fine powder lense, and granular sandy pink lense with pottery and pebbles which reminds me of material which has been exposed to water for long periods of time where the heavier material, pebbles pottery and granular material sinks to the bottom and the silty fine powder lense forms at the top. [L728LR.J]
K0002O01L626v0012 [-M726-A.J]
K0002O01L626v0013 [-M726-A.J]
K0002O01M711v0007a [-M726-A.J]
K0002O01M711v0007c [-M726-A.J]
K0002O01M717v0073 [-M726-A.J]
K0002O01M717v0073g [-M726-A.J]
K0002O01M730v0077 [L818LR2.J]
K0002O01M730v0079 [L818LR2.J]
K0002O01M730v0083 [L818LR2.J]
K0002O01M730v0083 [N114LR3.J]
K0002O03L626w0004 [W314LC.J]
K0002O03L722w0021 [W314LC.J]
K0002O03L722w0037 [W314LC.J]
K0002O03L905w0039 [W314LC.J]
K0002O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
K0002O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03L907w0045 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
K0002O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
K0003C01L611Was opened today & workmen began removing ^ts & trying to level off the square. excavation took place along the NE corner. [L630TR.J]
K0003C01L625The workmen continued to go down in the brickfall and ashy pockets were also appearing but they still need to go down further(as seen in k2 section). [L630TR.J]
K0003C01L626we are removing the west baulk [L630TR.J]
K0003C01L708Castro has drawn the North section [L708LR.J]
K0003C01L708continuing to remove the brickfall [L708LR.J]
K0003C01L708removing brickfall [L708LR.J]
K0003O01L626v0014 [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01L626v0014a [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01L626v0015 [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01L626v0015a [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01L628v0022 [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01L705v0028 [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01L705v0028a [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01L705v0028b [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01L708v0032 [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01L708v0032a [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01M711v0007a [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01M711v0007c [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01M717v0073 [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01M717v0073c [-M726-A.J]
K0003O01M730v0083 [L818LR2.J]
K0003O03L722w0021 [W314LC.J]
K0003O03L722w0037 [W314LC.J]
K0003O03L825w0030 [W314LC.J]
K0003O03L826w0031 [W314LC.J]
K0003O03L905w0040 [W314LC.J]
K0003O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
K0003O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03L907w0045 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
K0003O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
K0004C01L612k4 was opened today with the first 20cm excavated as topsoil. [L630TR.J]
K0004C01L625A possible drain has been identified running alongside the wall f52 on the North side. We defined the bricks, which are a pinkish color and found on the south side a little niche where there are no bricks. We are presuming that this niche is an outlet area for the drain to pass through the wall. On the other side we also defined the bricks but they end about one meter from the East baulk. It is possible that the bricks collapsed and caused a jumble on the North side. [L630TR.J]
K0004C01L626We have shifted more workmen to excavate in this area since it is the highest in elevation [L630TR.J]
K0004C01L708Castro and I started drawing the North section today [L708LR.J]
K0004O01L626v0016 [-M726-A.J]
K0004O01L626v0016a [-M726-A.J]
K0004O01L626v0016b [-M726-A.J]
K0004O01L701v0024 [-M726-A.J]
K0004O01L709v0033 [-M726-A.J]
K0004O01L709v0033a [-M726-A.J]
K0004O01M730v0083 [L818LR2.J]
K0004O01M730v0083 [N114LR3.J]
K0004O03L710w0012 [W314LC.J]
K0004O03L722w0021 [W314LC.J]
K0004O03L722w0037 [W314LC.J]
K0004O03L821w0032 [W314LC.J]
K0004O03L825w0030 [W314LC.J]
K0004O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
K0004O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03L907w0045 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03L907w0046 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
K0004O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
K0005C01L611Continued excavating f3 and a complete mud brick was found in the center of a1 with a long linear depression along the face of the brick. The ceramic vessel i2 is still in the ground and is presumed that we still have another 15-20cm left to excavate until we reach the base of the vessel. At this level we are hoping to also find the floor of this structure, since i2 ceramic jar must sit on the floor. [L630TR.J]
K0005C01L625It appears that there is another floor under f51 approximately 10 to 12cm below. We also have two large stones associated with this floor; this is f63 and one stone that has been removed but a depression is still visible and you can see f51 sloping down. The workmen removed the remainder of the section on the North side of a1-f3 and found underneath bricky material. [L630TR.J]
K0005C01L708removing brickfall [L708LR.J]
K0005C01L725In k5, we have another pit under a1. We have removed all of a1 except for the portion within the North baulk. The material under this aggregate is the interface between accumulation of the structure and the beginning of the pit, which is also seen in A12 North section. [L728LR.J]
K0005C01L726In k5 we see a pottery lense, which is quite thick in section, and this might have been the same case in k2 if it was seen in section. In k5 we are still excavating the pit and are coming down on the sherd lense f178, which we are, using black garbage bags since there is too much pottery to collect it in the normal sherd bags. Since we know that all the pottery was dumped at one time, there is no need to separate the q-lots and thus garbage bags will hold the pottery until they are analyzed. A large stone was left pedestaled in the Western area of the locus a few centimeters above the pottery lense. This stone is quite large and will probably take several hours to remove. In the East section of k5 reddish brown bricks are visible but they are too scattered to form a wall. Something separates the two pits in k6,k5 and it is located within the baulk. Is it possible that a retaining mud brick structure lies in the baulk? [L728LR.J]
K0005C02L609we plan to excavate inside a1 diagonally until we reach the first floors; leaving half unexcavated. Once we have found the floor then we will excavate the remaining soil. [L630TR.J]
K0005O01L614v0002 [-M726-A.J]
K0005O01L614v0002a [-M726-A.J]
K0005O01L626v0011 [-M726-A.J]
K0005O01L626v0013 [-M726-A.J]
K0005O01L705v0027 [-M726-A.J]
K0005O01L705v0027a [-M726-A.J]
K0005O01M711v0005 [-M726-A.J]
K0005O01M711v0006 [-M726-A.J]
K0005O01M711v0006a [-M726-A.J]
K0005O01M711v0007 [-M726-A.J]
K0005O01M730v0083 [L818LR2.J]
K0005O01M730v0084 [L818LR2.J]
K0005O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
K0005O03L722w0021 [W314LC.J]
K0005O03L722w0037 [W314LC.J]
K0005O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
K0005O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03L907w0045 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M730w0067 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
K0005O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
K0006C01L609most of the backfill has been removed except for the western side, which should be removed by early tomorrow. [L630TR.J]
K0006C01L610Continued to remove the backfill. [L630TR.J]
K0006C01L614tR and cC scraped to see if any more bricks were visible; none were found and came upon several layers of accumulation f22, from above a living surface. The layers are reddish on the top with an ashy gray underneath, tR tried to follow this accumulation but it was difficult due to its thickness in certain areas, the ^aa curls up along the wall which is f8. [L630TR.J]
K0006C01L716we are removing both baulks and are considering removing all the baulks in the area for aerial photos. [L818LR.J]
K0006C01L725We are currently the deepest in k6 since we began excavating this locus a few days ago. We are calling the material below a2 a pit, the same pit that we see in A12 North section that extends to the East in A15. This material f153 contains approx 20cm of interface that changed to gray ashy fill. [L728LR.J]
K0006C01L726In k6, the section has been cleaned and scraped and we can see the interface between house accumulation from a2 and the beginning of the pit, which forms a nice clear line. The house accumulation f153 is a reddish brown color that extends about 20cm below the bricks with a thin band of bright orange-red clay under this (approx 3cm thick). This band extends through the North baulk into k2 area, which leads us to believe that this is the same pit. Under this thin band is a unified gray that we have referred to as pit fill f157. [L728LR.J]
K0006C01L728In k6, we noticed at the end of the day on Thursday that more red was appearing in the western section. We had noticed earlier that the fill material was mixed with small pieces of reddish clay and made it a new feature f157. Now the material is completely red clay and after scraping the section, we noticed distinct clear brick lines, red bricks with brown mortar and assigned it f181 wall. A plaster line is also visible in section. The bricks do not hold together but resemble moist clay, making it difficult to find the face. It was not until we cut back the section that we could see these brick lines. These bricks are running north south, east of the west baulk. In the western area a tannur was found f180 in the gray fill of the pit and appears it was cut by the pit a13. The eastern area contains ash and is probably still pit fill while the western area is reddish. In k6 north section the accumulation from a2 is seen very nicely which forms a bowl. The gray underneath forms bands of lighter gray sloping west to east with the western portion higher. Alternating layers of gray are seen, light gray, dark, light, dark forming a bowl shape towards the east. If this is a pit, then it is quite large for it must extend the same length to the east making the pit almost 10 meters in diameter. [L728LR.J]
K0006C01L729In k6, they are still continuing to remove the gray material to the east, and are coming down on red. This is probably the end of the pit as we start a new layer seen in A12 section, a red layer f190. We met with gB today to discuss the phases, and he suggested that the fill we are excavating in k6,k5,and k2 is not a pit but large hollows created by depressions in the palace that conditioned the topography which then was used as dumps. So they were not cut, but natural in a sense that they occurred naturally after the palace collapsed. These hollows provided a ground for dumping which was filled up with 5a material but in the lower end of the hallow we find strata 4 material underneath. This level may be the strata to which the tannur f180 and the accumulation around it belong to. fAB mentioned that the tannur may be related to the tannur found in A12 which was on top of the palace wall. [L728LR.J]
K0006O01L626v0013 [-M726-A.J]
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K0006O01M730v0084 [L818LR2.J]
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K0006O03L722w0021 [W314LC.J]
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K0006O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
K0006O03M731w0069 [W315LC.J]
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K0006O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0006O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
K0006O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
K0006O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
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K0007C01L611Was also opened today; removal of topsoil, no pottery was collected. [L630TR.J]
K0007C01L612In k7 bricks were noticed on the surface and a cleaning was done which exposed three walls and a circular jar located in either a doorway, niche, or pit. We are not sure of the wall's (f18) width since we are unable to find the edge in the north; brickfall f21 makes it difficult to see this and on the southern face of wall f18, it is very smooth and appears plastered. A basalt grinding stone was also found next to the wall and is still in place. [L630TR.J]
K0007O01L626v0015 [-M726-A.J]
K0007O01L626v0015a [-M726-A.J]
K0007O01L628v0021 [-M726-A.J]
K0007O01M711v0007a [-M726-A.J]
K0007O01M711v0007b [-M726-A.J]
K0007O01M711v0007c [-M726-A.J]
K0007O01M730v0083 [L818LR2.J]
K0007O03L722w0021 [W314LC.J]
K0007O03L722w0037 [W314LC.J]
K0007O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
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K0007O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
K0007O03L907w0045 [W315LC.J]
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K0007O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
K0007O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
K0007O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
K0007O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0007O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
K0007O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
K0008D99L701This locus was measured incorrectly at the time of grid placement and actually measures 3x4 meters, containing a western baulk. [L701LR.J]
K0008O01L701v0024 [-M726-A.J]
K0008O01L701v0024a [-M726-A.J]
K0008O01L701v0024b [-M726-A.J]
K0008O01M730v0083 [L818LR2.J]
K0008O03L627w0007 [W314LC.J]
K0008O03L722w0021 [W314LC.J]
K0008O03L722w0037 [W314LC.J]
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K0008O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
K0008O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
K0008O03L907w0045 [W315LC.J]
K0008O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
K0008O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0008O03M730w0070 [W315LC.J]
K0008O03M730w0071 [W315LC.J]
K0008O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
K0008O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0008O03M801w0077 [W315LC.J]
K0008O03M802w0078 [W315LC.J]
K0008O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
K0102O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0102O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
K0102O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0103O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0103O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
K0103O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0104O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0104O03M801w0073 [W315LC.J]
K0104O03M801w0076 [W315LC.J]
K0105B11L708extends from the east baulk in k8 and continues until the western end of k7. Includes all of k7 from the north side of a3 and all of k8. [L708LR.J]
K0105B11L708this locus was created to facilitate the q-lots since with the removal of the baulks it was difficult to separate the features and existing loci. This locus extends from the eastern end of a6 in k3 to the east baulk in k4 and includes half of k3 and all of k4. [L708LR.J]
K0105C01L708removing brickfall [L708LR.J]
K0105O01L716v0040 [-M726-A.J]
K0105O01L716v0040a [-M726-A.J]
K0105O01L716v0040b [-M726-A.J]
K0105O01M730v0077 [L818LR2.J]
K0105O01M730v0079 [L818LR2.J]
K0105O03L722w0017 [W314LC.J]
K0105O03L826w0033 [W314LC.J]
K0105O03L911w0048 [W315LC.J]
K0105O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0105O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
K0105O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
K0106B11L708extends from the east baulk in k8 and continues until the western end of k7. Includes all of k7 from the northside of a3 and all of k8. [L708LR.J]
K0106B11L708this locus was created to facilitate the q-lots since with the removal of the baulks it was difficult to separate the features and existing loci. This locus extends from the eastern end of a6 in k3 to the east baulk in k4 and includes half of k3 and all of k4. [L708LR.J]
K0106O01L716v0041 [-M726-A.J]
K0106O01M730v0077 [L818LR2.J]
K0106O03L825w0030 [W314LC.J]
K0106O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
K0106O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
K0106O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0106O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
K0106O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
K0107O01M730v0077 [L818LR2.J]
K0107O01M730v0079 [L818LR2.J]
K0107O03L911w0051 [W315LC.J]
K0107O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0107O03M802w0079 [W315LC.J]
K0107O03M806w0080 [W315LC.J]
K0107O03M807w0081 [W315LC.J]
K0108B11L802The baulk separating k2 and k6 was removed on L731 and we have assigned k108 to this whole area. A few features from a2 and a11 have not been removed and these are all located on the Eastern portion of k108. f132, the wall running North-South in former k2, f8 wall running North-South in former k6, and the Southern portion of f9 wall running East-West have not been removed and defines the Eastern perimeter of k108. These walls in k108 make the locus somewhat narrow. [L815LR.J]
K0108C01L801In k108 we still have not reached the stone pavement and are deeper than 8500 elevation, which is the elevation of the stone pavement in A13. We decided to pound in a metal shish (nail) to see if there are stones underneath and found that the shish hit something hard. The metal shish was pounded in at the elevation of 8498 and we believe will hit something in the next 25-30 cm. [L816LR.J]
K0108C01L802In k108 we removed portions of the Western red bricky material to make the Western area straight since we could not identify any clear brick lines to define it as a wall. A ceramic vessel was found in the North portion of k108 in the Western area. The vessel is a black over- fired jar i49 and is in poor state of preservation. [L815LR.J]
K0108C01L802In the Western portion of k108, there is red clay protruding approximately 60cm East of the Western baulk. We have interpreted this material as bricks since a few mortar and white plaster lines are visible. This red bricky material is in poor state of preservation making boundary definition difficult. In any case, we have decided to leave this material since it may be the remains of a phase 3 wall, or wall collapse. While excavating the pit fill, which covers the majority of this locus, we encountered the cut of a13. We also found a thin hard clay layer covering the bottom surface of the locus. We removed this hard clay layer and thought we hit stones (of the courtyard) but resulted in discovering baked bricks. The situation is still unclear and we need to uncover the rest of the locus to understand these bricks and there relationship to the courtyard. [L815LR.J]
K0108C01L802In the northern portion of k108 we hit stone pavement at elevation 8491, the brick pavement is at 8470 and to the south the stone pavement is at 8503. The stone pavement continues to slope south to north and again down from east to west since k108 is higher than k109. In the south east part of k108, the pot smash has been removed item 48 but some of the pot extends into the baulk and has been left in place. we decided to remove the pot smash that sat on top of the stone pavement since it would most likely have been further damaged and lost if left in place. [L815LR.J]
K0108C01L802We have made three new loci to facilitate digging and q-lot assignment. Locus k108 includes k2, and k6; locus k109 includes the Northern portion of k1; and locus k110 includes the Southern portion of k1, k5 and the Northern baulk of k5. [L815LR.J]
K0108C01L822On the west side of k108 in the west baulk we have brick-like material running north to south and these two bricks maybe associated with this material. We will not know until this baulk is excavated which we plan to do in controlled layers. [L822LR.J]
K0108C01L902For the past few days we have been excavating small portions of k108 primarily the western baulk. Today we began to remove the long pillar of material located in the eastern baulk that was formed in the beginning by a2, which we left a small 150cm x 50cm rectangular hump on the section. This section measures approx three meters and contains gray layers of the pit a13 found throughout the entire area of k108. [L903LR.J]
K0108C01M902We started removing the protruding section of k108 on the eastern section. This piece was left when we removed a2 at the top and eventually created a long pillar to the south side. The section measures approx. 150cm x 50cm in width and will be especially useful for pottery analysis since it gives us a sampling from the top of the pit to the bottom (including red material that was cut by the pit). We began to excavate the pillar at the top by removing the interface layer between house accumulation of a2 and pit fill. Since the upper area of the pit is significantly higher than the stone pavement of k108, excavation must be proceeded very slowly with a big pick working down using a ladder. We expect this work to continue for the next few days. [-MX12-99.J]
K0108C03L802We have two possible situations, one that the fired bricks are an earlier phase, a pavement under the palace or that the fired bricks are part of a drainage system since it is in line with the drain found in A13, and may continue underneath the eastern portion of the stone pavement. [L815LR.J]
K0108C04L902we excavated the east baulk pillar by layers. The first feature is the interface between the accumulation from the phase 5b houses from a2 and a11 and the beginning of the pit. The first 30 cm contains a reddish compact layer with the brick foundations seen in the section. This layer serves as a seal between phase 5b and earlier Khabur. The next layer contains soft ashy fill 83 cm in thickness. This material is darker than the rest of the material in the pillar and contians chunks of reddish pink clay, and flakes of charcoal a clear line between this feature and the one below is marked by a thin band of pottery. The next layer was removed which was called an interface layer between the ashy accumulation and the more compact light gray underneath. The remaining material was seperated not by layers since it appears that the matrix is the same, but by 30cm increments to keep the pottery seperate. We are using the pillar as a good documentation of the stratigraphy of the pit and keeping careful seperation between each layer by ensuring that the area is cleaned and all pottery collected before proceeding to the next layer. The pillar was excavated by one person at a time using a ladder and a big pick. The person excavating the pillar was directed by someone below as to when the layer changed. The pillar was then scrapped and all the pottery collected with the khabur sherds seperated. [L903LR.J]
K0108C99L802(continue) After 15 cm down the material became browner and 35 cm down we came down on a hard layer of clay, almost fired which was only 5-6 cm in thickness. this material chunked off with the brown material making it difficult to expose the area in its entirety with this clay. We excavated the area in some cases mixing both the brown and the clay together and underneath we hit something hard which we first interpreted as stone since this was the prediction of the courtyard. After cleaning the area we noticed that the material was not stone but fired bricks f194. The bricks are a pink and yellow color and cover the bottom of the circle with a chunky clay material running north-south in the east. This may be a possible damaged area by the pit cut f189. After excavating the circle in its entirety we noticed large stones forming the same shape as the cut, circular. We then decided to excavate in the southern portion of k108 since we can follow the stones from the pavement in the courtyard to better understand the relationship between the fired bricks and the stone pavement. What we found was that the stones sit on top of the bricks and we have hypothesized that the stones were cut by the pit since the stones from the pavement form a circular shape and the bricks are below. [L815LR.J]
K0108C99L802In the western portion of k108 we have left the red material which protrudes approximately 60 cm east of the western baulk, which we have interpreted as bricks since a few mortar lines and a few white plaster lines have been identified. This red bricky material is difficult to define due to its poor state of preservation and we have left this material to the west incase it is a phase 3 wall. We have also pedastooled the tannur f180 located in the south east corner of k108 and currently are 260 cm down from the beginning of the pit a13. While excavating inside k108 we noticed a clear line forming a circular pattern that we have defined as the cut of the pit/hallow a13. This cut links all the material in former k2 and k6 below a11, and a2 together since it all belongs to the same pit. This cut is marked very well by a hard compacted reddish brown material that forms no brick shapes just a massive accumulation measuring approximately 50 cm down. The material inside the circle (the fill) peels away easily from the red material and also curves slightly in at the base. The fill inside the circle is gray and brown, softer and full of pottery and bones. We proceeded to excavate the fill first f183. [L815LR.J]
K0108C99L802The jar was sitting upright in this bricky red material and was photographed then removed. It was triangulated and removed in pieces since it is so over-fired that it fell apart instantaneously. While removing the vessel small bones were noticed inside which may belong to an infant or a small animal. These remains are labeled as i50. The bones and jar have been defined as a burial and treated as one. [L815LR.J]
K0108O01L802v0066 [-M726-A.J]
K0108O01L802v0067 [-M726-A.J]
K0108O01M717v0074 [-M726-A.J]
K0108O01M717v0074a [-M726-A.J]
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K0108O01M717v0074g [-M726-A.J]
K0108O01M717v0074h [-M726-A.J]
K0108O01M717v0074i [-M726-A.J]
K0108O01M717v0075 [L818LR2.J]
K0108O01M730v0081 [L818LR2.J]
K0108O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
K0108O01M929v0089b [-MX12-99.J]
K0108O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
K0108O01M929v0091 [-MX12-99.J]
K0108O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
K0108O03L904w0036 [W314LC.J]
K0108O03L906w0043 [W315LC.J]
K0108O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
K0108O03L907w0049 [W315LC.J]
K0108O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
K0108O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0108O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
K0108O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
K0109C01L802At present k109 is two meters in width and at the end of the day we hit the stones of the courtyard, which extend throughout the entire locus. The elevation of the stones in k109 is 8486 at the Northeast side but shifts throughout the loci. [L815LR.J]
K0109C01L802We have made three new loci to facilitate digging and q-lot assignment. Locus k108 includes k2, and k6; locus k109 includes the Northern portion of k1; and locus k110 includes the Southern portion of k1, k5 and the Northern baulk of k5. [L815LR.J]
K0109O01M717v0072 [-M726-A.J]
K0109O01M717v0072a [-M726-A.J]
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K0109O01M717v0072c [-M726-A.J]
K0109O01M717v0072d [-M726-A.J]
K0109O01M717v0073e [-M726-A.J]
K0109O01M717v0075 [L818LR2.J]
K0109O03L905w0041 [W314LC.J]
K0109O03L906w0042 [W314LC.J]
K0109O03L906w0047 [W315LC.J]
K0109O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
K0109O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0109O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
K0109O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
K0110B11L731extension of k5 into k1,k107 [L630LR.J]
K0110C01L801In k110 removed the foundation stones from a1. In k108 we still have not reached the stone pavement and are deeper than 8500 which is the elevation of the pavement of A13. We decided to pound in a metal shish to see if there are stones underneath and found that the shish hit something hard. The metal shish was pounded in at the elevation of 8498 and we believe to hit something by the next 25-30 cm. [L816LR.J]
K0110C01L802In k110 we have decided to terminate excavations in this area since it is too large and we will not reach our projected goal of exposing the stone pavement. In realizing this we have concentrated all our effort in exposing the stone pavement in the small trench k109 located in the North of k110 and the Northern portion of k108. We hope to finish excavating k110 in season MZ15 in 2002. [L815LR.J]
K0110C01L802We have made three new loci to facilitate digging and q-lot assignment. Locus k108 includes k2, and k6; locus k109 includes the Northern portion of k1; and locus k110 includes the Southern portion of k1, k5 and the Northern baulk of k5. [L815LR.J]
K0110C01L822We reopened k110 today after a twenty day break in order to expose the entire stone pavement a12 which was our initial goal. The north baulk of k110 was removed today and we will continue to excavate the square without a baulk since the north baulk of k109 lays only 150cm north and would serve the same purpose as k110 north baulk. After the baulk was removed (only 25 cm) we began to straighten the square since the northern end forms a hump. In straightening the area we came down of f199, a tannur sitting on a white plaster floor. The tannur is large in diameter, 90cm and has a smooth surface on both the inside and out. All that remains of the tannur is the base and the gray fill inside which contains small pieces of burned bone, and kiln waste. The white plaster floor is located on the south and east of the tannur but does not appear to continue very far and looks cut by a pit. In the northeast next in the east baulk two bricks were found lying onto of each other, fAB cleaned the area and noticed that a gray band runs underneath the bricks eliminating the possibility of it being a wall. On the west side of k108 in the west baulk we have brick-like material running north to south and these two bricks maybe associated with this material. We will not know until this baulk is excavated which we plan to do in controlled layers. [L822LR.J]
K0110C01L825finished drawing the east section utilizing a portion of the section drawn by CI. In the section, the corner of a1 is still visible with a clear line seperating the accumulation related to a1 and the material below. The house accumulation consists of a pinkish compact layer approx 30 centemeters in thickness. Underneath this layer is a uniform gray with medium sized flakes of charcoal. The layer spreads out through the entire section N-S but only extends approx one meter west and is relatively clean of pottery (that is seen in section). This gray is most likely part of the pit in k108, the uppermost portion that extends west. Under the gray a layer of cobbles, large pottery, ash and layers of chunky red clay is found (f202). All the sections (north k1, A13 north section, and A10 east section) show muliple layers of sherds, ash, and reddish fill which we believe to be non-khabur phase along with f202. In the north part of the section while drawing the section, thin reddish brown lines became apparent along with 8cm thick brown material above and below these lines. This area appears to be a wall with no clear signs of brick lines but the mortar lines are visible. This wall runs north to southeast and is at the same elevation as the mortor lines that were found in k108 west section. We are continuing to excavate west removing f202. Currently we are at an elevation of 8610 which is approximately 110 cm above the stone pavement. We are using A10 markers since A16 markers are too high to use and these markers are easily accessable. They were checked today along with A16 markers and appear accurate. [L825LR.J]
K0110C01L831Today while excavating k110 a small circular depression was noticed in the northeast corner next to the East baulk. The area was cleaned which revealed vertical bricks in a soft sandy matrix, which we labeled as a pit f217, possibly a burial. This pit did turn out to be a burial, labeled a15. [L831LR.J]
K0110C01L902a section was strung across k110 to separate the locus since the area is too large to refer to it as one locus. k111 refers to the new locus on the north side of the section, and k112 is the southern portion. we have scraped and cleaned the area in order to identify any features within k110 especially pits. We have come down in the entire area on a compact reddish brown material and on the north area we were exposing an ashy thin layer. All the pits f216 and f217 have been excavated. [L903LR.J]
K0110C02L822Clean the area and Photograph the tannur (a14), and continue straightening the area. Excavate the east baulk [L822LR.J]
K0110C02L902after discussing with gB, fAB, and jLW, it is evident that we will not reach the goal of excavating to the stone pavement for another week. This poses a problem in completing the record since we only have two weeks to finish documenting A16. We have agreed that we will stop excavations in A16 after a few minor excavations primarily straightening the sections and leveling the area. It is uncertain if we plan to remove the section east section of k110, since it is approx 50cm thick and uncertain whether it will last through to the next season. [L903LR.J]
K0110C03L902We have not reached our goal of uncovering the courtyard, and are jeopardizing documentation trying to excavate faster. I propose that we end excavations, level off the area, take final photographs, and resume excavations in the area next season where we can allocate more time and energy to this area. [L903LR.J]
K0110C99L825L823 we removed the tannur and features associated with it and also found a ceramic jar turned upside-down with the bones of an infant and small animal found inside. The burial was found on the south end of k110 at an elevation of 8617. The bones were articulated, and photographed inside the jar. The jar was removed L823. [L825LR.J]
K0110D03L731r242: 600s, 700e [L630LR.J]
K0110O01M716v0068 [-M726-A.J]
K0110O01M716v0068a [-M726-A.J]
K0110O01M716v0069 [-M726-A.J]
K0110O01M716v0070 [-M726-A.J]
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K0110O01M717v0071 [-M726-A.J]
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K0110O01M717v0072 [-M726-A.J]
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K0110O01M717v0072c [-M726-A.J]
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K0110O01M717v0075 [L818LR2.J]
K0110O01M730v0081 [L818LR2.J]
K0110O03L705w0038 [W314LC.J]
K0110O03L824w0029 [W314LC.J]
K0110O03L828w0034 [W314LC.J]
K0110O03L829w0035 [W314LC.J]
K0110O03L904w0036 [W314LC.J]
K0110O03L906w0044 [W315LC.J]
K0110O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
K0110O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0110O03M808w0082 [W315LC.J]
K0111B11L831The north half of k110- west of k108. This locus is the splitting of k110 since it became too large for excavation. This loci was only used for several days. [-MX12-99.J]
K0111C01L902a section was strung across k110 to separate the locus since the area is too large to refer to it as one locus. k111 refers to the new locus on the north side of the section, and k112 is the southern portion. [L903LR.J]
K0111O03L917w0057 [W315LC.J]
K0111O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0111O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
K0112B11L831The southern half of k110. This locus was created to facilitate excavations since k110 became too large and was split into two loci. This locus was only used for several days. [N304LR2.J]
K0112C01L902a section was strung across k110 to separate the locus since the area is too large to refer to it as one locus. k111 refers to the new locus on the north side of the section, and k112 is the southern portion. [L903LR.J]
K0112O03M709w0055 [W315LC.J]
K0112O03M812w0083 [W315LC.J]
K0201B11M903Part of A10 but excavated this year by A16. This small rectangular area is located to the far west, NW of k202. [-MX12-99.J]
K0201C01M903Today we started to scrape the area and removed approx 3-5 cm of dirt using a small pick. This small square belonged to A10 and was left unexcavated since it was not understood at the time. This area is in poor condition since it has been left unexcavated and exposed to the elements for a number of years. [M903LR.J]
K0201C01M907This locus was not excavated today but was scraped thoroughly then brushed to expose a clean surface in which to decide a strategy for tomorrow. The north section of this area is A10 North section and since it has not been excavated since 1999 the section is heavily weathered. The section once cleaned revealed a large dark gray ash pit underneath Khabur structures. The ashy pit goes all the way down until it stops and the soil becomes an orange brown approx 50 cm from the level that the locus is at. The surface of these loci shows traces of dark gray ash in layers, which may be a continuation of the A10 pit and mixed with the orange brown soil. [M907LR.J]
K0201C02M907Tomorrow we will scrape the south section of this small locus to see what it includes. The sun prohibited us from distinguishing the layers and will do this early in the morning. [M907LR.J]
K0201D03M903m2928: 100E, 300N [-MX12-99.J]
K0201D19M907The north and east sections have been recovered from A10 (without feature numbers) A10w119 and A10w08, and will include them into the A16 book, making the layers more understandable and include A16 feature numbers. [M907LR.J]
K0202B11M903East of k201, north of the burial cut f206 [-MX12-99.J]
K0202C01M907Last season we saw lines that appeared to form a wall of some sort; f249, in this area. We began by removing 10cm from the area to see if we could expose the face of the wall. The wall shows no clear brick faces but is harder than the material around it making it a possible "pize" wall or a simple mud wall. The entire surface that was excavated was leveled, scraped, and cleaned. [M907LR.J]
K0202C01M909The wall f249 was removed today since we could not find any clear faces and appeared to be constructed of mud. It was relayed in then removed. [-MX12-99.J]
K0202C01M919Yesterday 10cm of a reddish layer was removed throughout the entire locus. While removing this layer, several large pottery pieces were uncovered immediately north of a16 burial from last season. These ceramic pieces presumably come from one vessel, likely a pot smash i140 which contains no rim nor base and consists of large thick fragments of pottery lying with the outside face lying down exposing the inside of the vessel. To the east of the pot smash i140 a burning area f317 was noticed by fAB. The area shows bright red bricks, gray ash, black ash, and light gray bricky material mixed together. The colors are quite vivid and sharp when scraped with the trowel but lose their brightness when brushed. This burnt area appears localized only within k202 crossing into k203 and we plan to leave this feature in the case that this is a destruction layer and covers the entire area above the stones. The stone pavement a12 found in k109 shows several stones with black stains on them (the stones to the far west) and looks like bitumen. It is interesting to note that the burnt area f317 lies next to these stones and may be the reason why they are darkened. We will see if this burnt layer continues to the stone pavement. [M919LR.J]
K0202C01M922The stones of the pavement a12 stop abruptly before we anticipated. We expected the stones to continue until the end of our west section primarily because the trench k109 yielded stones throughout the area. The stones end roughly at the same point but are not regular in line suggesting that they were removed at a later date. Next season we plan to excavate the material abutting the stone pavement to the east, which may possibly yield stones at a lower level like the two stones under f206. [N303LR.J]
K0202C02M909tomorrow we plan to scrape the area to see if we see any traces of the wall f249 then we will begin to go down to the red, which is higher in this area seen in the north. [N304LR2.J]
K0202D03M903m2924: 200E, 290N [-MX12-99.J]
K0202O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
K0202O01M929v0089a [-MX12-99.J]
K0202O01M929v0106 [-MX12-99.J]
K0203B11M903East of k202 [-MX12-99.J]
K0203C01M907We excavated 10cm in this loci trying to find the face of the wall f249. We did not find the face but the material is harder than the surrounding matrix. The workmen also pointed out that in the eastern half the material is softer. This area also uncovered several seal impressions yesterday and today we made a box for possible seal impressions which was filled, we will look at these clay lumps tomorrow to see if any contain impressions once they dry out. The area was also scraped and cleaned, no pits were noticed in this area. [M907LR.J]
K0203C01M909The wall f249 which extended into this locus was removed today then 10 cm was removed in the eastern portion. [-MX12-99.J]
K0203C02M909We plan to dig down in the whole locus to the red in 10cm increments. [-MX12-99.J]
K0203D03M903m2921: 240E, 290N [-MX12-99.J]
K0203O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
K0203O01M929v0089a [-MX12-99.J]
K0203O01M929v0106 [-MX12-99.J]
K0204B11M903East of k203 [-MX12-99.J]
K0204C01M909We started to remove 10 cm from the entire area to get down to the red. [-MX12-99.J]
K0204C01M918This reddish layer was removed today, exposing more of the stone courtyard a12 pavement. [M919LR.J]
K0204D03M903m2920: 200E, 290N [-MX12-99.J]
K0204O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
K0205B11M903South of k202, south of f206 burial cut [-MX12-99.J]
K0205C01M907We removed a small portion on the west side following one of the layers seen in section. We decided to stop excavating the area and concentrate on scraping and cleaning the surface. The southern cut of the section was also shaved back 10cm, which exposed a fresh section with clear sloping lines that matched the surface layers (a photograph was taken of this v94). From plan view one can see the top lines of these layers seen in the south section. [M907LR.J]
K0205C01M909We tried to follow the sloping layers in the south section which revealed two layers; f266 a reddish layer and below f282 a gray ashy layer. f266 was followed and removed but when the workmen tried to follow f282 it seemed to disappear and was too difficult to see. The area was then cleaned and several bricks were noticed on the surface along with the circular lines that were noticed last season, which defined f250. The bricks are inside this circular pattern on the western end. This may be another burial. [N304LR2.J]
K0205C02M909We plan to follow f282 gray from the cut of the burial f206 since we see it clearly on that side in section. We will then be able to follow it going north to south and come down to the same level that is already exposed on the western side. [-MX12-99.J]
K0205D03M903m2925: 200E, 450N [-MX12-99.J]
K0205O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
K0205O01M929v0089a [-MX12-99.J]
K0205O01M929v0094 [-MX12-99.J]
K0205O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
K0205O01M929v0098 [-MX12-99.J]
K0205O01M929v0098a [-MX12-99.J]
K0205O01M929v0102 [-MX12-99.J]
K0205O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
K0205O01M929v0109 [-MX12-99.J]
K0205O01M929v0109a [-MX12-99.J]
K0206B11M903South of k203 [-MX12-99.J]
K0206C01M907The southern cut of the section was shaved back 10cm, which exposed a fresh section with clear sloping lines that matched the surface layers (a photograph was taken of this v94). From plan view one can see the top lines of these layers seen in the south section. The layers alternate from gray soft ashy to harder orange clay soil. The slope goes from west (being the lowest point) sloping up to the east. [M907LR.J]
K0206D03M903m2927: 240E, 450N [-MX12-99.J]
K0206O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
K0206O01M929v0089a [-MX12-99.J]
K0206O01M929v0094 [-MX12-99.J]
K0206O01M929v0094a [-MX12-99.J]
K0206O01M929v0099 [-MX12-99.J]
K0206O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
K0206O01M929v0107 [-MX12-99.J]
K0206O01M929v0107a [-MX12-99.J]
K0207B11M903South of k204 [-MX12-99.J]
K0207C01M907we excavated 10cm from the entire area, which exposed three small gray pits and a brick structure of some sort. One of the small pits is seen in the south section and only goes down 5-10 cm. The bricks are located in northeast area and contains several gray bricks and orange bricks. The bricks do not form a line or pattern and may be a burial. The pits and the bricks have not been assigned feature numbers. [M907LR.J]
K0207C01M9115-7 cm was removed from f294 which spreads throughout the locus. Removal began in the north end extending south with a reference view from the burial which cut the material creating a section. South of the burial a19 a very nice seal impression was recovered i108. This contains an impression of a seated figure on a chair wearing a hat and has been sent to conservation for cleaning. Two photographs were taken, one with the item in place another with the relay tag. [-MX12-99.J]
K0207C01M913Diadin is removing the light colored fill of what appears to be a hollow which extends into the east baulk k209. [MX12LR4.J]
K0207D03M903m2916: 200E, 450N [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0089a [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0091a [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0092 [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0093 [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0096 [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0097 [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0100a [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0104 [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0104a [-MX12-99.J]
K0207O01M929v0105 [-MX12-99.J]
K0208B11M903East section/baulk of k110, east of k207 [-MX12-99.J]
K0208B11M904northern section of k110 east baulk running from the middle of the pit curve (seen in k108). It contains 127 cm of soil from top to bottom and contains f205, wall f215, and f202, which we put together as f257. The locus begins by the north section and is 50cm thick then widens out in the center extending south. [M904LR2.J]
K0208C01M919The soil above the laminations was removed and left a thin gray layer that runs through k208, and k209 seen in section. Portions of the east section k208, k209 are being removed today. [-MX12-99.J]
K0208D03M903m2918: 100E, 450N [-MX12-99.J]
K0208O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
K0208O01M929v0089a [-MX12-99.J]
K0208O01M929v0089c [-MX12-99.J]
K0209B11M903East section/baulk of k110, east of k204 north of k208 [-MX12-99.J]
K0209C01M903today we began to remove the east baulk of k110 starting from the southern side, which is k209. The material was assigned with old feature numbers of last season. We are removing this material, which is approx. 90 cm high using a big pick. [M903LR.J]
K0209C01M919The soil above the laminations was removed and left a thin gray layer that runs through k208 and k209 seen in section. A small pit f295 close in the south side was also removed. Portions of the east section k208, k209 are being removed today. [N303LR.J]
K0209D03M903m2914: 100E, 390N [-MX12-99.J]
K0209O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
K0209O01M929v0089a [-MX12-99.J]
K0209O01M929v0089c [-MX12-99.J]
K0209O01M929v0089d [-MX12-99.J]
K0209O01M929v0100 [-MX12-99.J]
K0209O01M929v0100a [-MX12-99.J]
K0210B11M903area below tannur f180 in k108- small extension out of the East baulk of k108 [-MX12-99.J]
K0210C01M909Today we continued to remove the ashy pit fill found in this "pillar". This pit fill has a very clear boundary that is marked by a dark gray ashy layer that slopes down making the containment of this feature easy. Below this pit fill f280 is the accumulation that was cut by the pit. This accumulation contains the tannur f180 and the layers associated with it. When scraping the area to make sure that the entire pit fill was excavated a small pit was discovered in the eastern side of the locus. The matrix consisted of a jumble of pottery sherds and may be a continuation of the pit fill f280 or a separate pit that cuts into f283. This eastern side was given a separate feature number f284 which contains this mixture of pit and accumulation that went down approx 30 cm. We assume that this feature is contaminated and decided not to keep the pottery unless something significant was found. We did find one object a long curved piece of clay which is the only element associated with this feature. Once the area was leveled below f284 and f283 we noticed that the matrix again changed- the western side retained a bright orange color while the eastern side a grayish tone. We decided to keep these areas separate and the orangish material remained f283 while the gray was assigned f287. Currently only 20-30 cm remain until the red f190. [-MX12-99.J]
K0210C02M909A buffer of 10cm will remain separating the red f190 with the accumulation above, f283 and f284. [-MX12-99.J]
K0210D03M903?: 100E, 130N [-MX12-99.J]
K0210O01M929v0089 [-MX12-99.J]
K0210O01M929v0089b [-MX12-99.J]
K0210O01M929v0089d [-MX12-99.J]
K0210O01M929v0090 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0003A21L610pib [N114LR.J]
Q0003A98L722we had several problems with the qlots recently and it was noted that we had several bags with the same q number and where probably a result of misread numbers. q104, q3, q75, q60, q281, q163, and q229 had several inconsistencies and we have decided that the features are correct and will thus not effect the pottery analysis but it should be noted that these q lot may be wrong. [R807SC.J]
Q0003B21L615qi000301 [-M726-A.J]
Q0003B21L615qi000301 [L703TR.J]
Q0003B21L615qi000301 [N129LR.J]
Q0003D01L610k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0003D99L6108cm excavated [N114LR.J]
Q0003F02L610>5si f0003 [N114LR.J]
Q0004A21L611pbis [N114LR.J]
Q0004A99L611q4-b may contain human bones; unable to tell if a tooth is human or animal; it appears to be animal, but just to be certain it will be noted in the q log form. [L630TR.J]
Q0004B21L611qi000402 [L626SV.J]
Q0004B21L611qi000404 [-M726-A.J]
Q0004B21L611qi000404 [L626SV.J]
Q0004B21L611qi000404 [L703TR.J]
Q0004B21L611qi000450 [L626SV.J]
Q0004B21L615qi000402 [-M726-A.J]
Q0004B21L615qi000402 [L703TR.J]
Q0004B21L615qi000403 [-M726-A.J]
Q0004B21L615qi000450 [-M726-A.J]
Q0004B21L615qi000450 [N129LR.J]
Q0004D01L611k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0004D03L611NE [N114LR.J]
Q0004D06L611NE - 35cm down [N114LR.J]
Q0004F02L611>5si f0003 [N114LR.J]
Q0005A21L611pbis [N114LR.J]
Q0005B21L611qi000501 [-M726-A.J]
Q0005B21L611qi000501 [L626SV.J]
Q0005B21L611qi000501 [N129LR.J]
Q0005B21L611qi000502 [-M726-A.J]
Q0005B21L611qi000502 [L626SV.J]
Q0005B21L611qi000502 [L703TR.J]
Q0005B21L611qi000502 [N129LR.J]
Q0005B21L611qi000503 [L626SV.J]
Q0005D01L611k2 [N114LR.J]
Q0005D03L611NE [N114LR.J]
Q0005D06L611NE - 56cm down [N114LR.J]
Q0005F02L611>5si f0001 [N114LR.J]
Q0006A21L611pi [N114LR.J]
Q0006B21L611qi000601 [-M726-A.J]
Q0006B21L611qi000601 [L626SV.J]
Q0006B21L611qi000601 [L703TR.J]
Q0006B21L611qi000601 [N129LR.J]
Q0006B21L611qi000602 [L626SV.J]
Q0006D01L611k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0006D03L611NE [N114LR.J]
Q0006D06L611NE - 56cm down [N114LR.J]
Q0006F02L611>5si f0002 [N114LR.J]
Q0007A21L611pbi [N114LR.J]
Q0007B21L611qi000701 [L626SV.J]
Q0007B21L615qi000701 [-M726-A.J]
Q0007D01L611k1 [N114LR.J]
Q0007D03L611SW [N114LR.J]
Q0007D06L611SW - 15cm down [N114LR.J]
Q0007F02L611>5si f0012 [N114LR.J]
Q0008A21L611p [N114LR.J]
Q0008D01L611k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0008D03L611NE: 200W, 430S [N114LR.J]
Q0008D06L611NE - 30cm down [N114LR.J]
Q0008F02L611>5si f0002 [N114LR.J]
Q0009A21L611p [N114LR.J]
Q0009D01L611k2 [N114LR.J]
Q0009D03L611NE [N114LR.J]
Q0009F02L611>5si f0012 [N114LR.J]
Q0010A21L612pbi [N114LR.J]
Q0010B21L611qi001001 [L626SV.J]
Q0010B21R818qi001002 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0010B21R818qi001002 [V124LC.J]
Q0010B21R820qi001002 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0010D01L612k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0010D99L61256cm excavated [N114LR.J]
Q0010F02L612>5si f0002 [M730FAB.J]
Q0011A21L612pbis [N114LR.J]
Q0011B21L611qi001101 [L626SV.J]
Q0011B21L611qi001102 [L626SV.J]
Q0011B21L611qi001103 [L626SV.J]
Q0011B21L611qi001150 [-M726-A.J]
Q0011B21L611qi001151 [-M726-A.J]
Q0011B21L611qi001151 [N129LR.J]
Q0011B21L613qi001103 [-M726-A.J]
Q0011B21L613qi001103 [L703TR.J]
Q0011B21L615qi001150 [L703TR.J]
Q0011B21R814qi001104 [R813LR.J]
Q0011D01L612k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0011D06L6128809 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0011D06L6128819 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0011D13L612m2503 (8819) + 1 (height of instrument) - 1 @top - 10 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0011F02L612>5si f0003 [M730FAB.J]
Q0012A21L612pbis [N114LR.J]
Q0012B21L611qi001201 [L626SV.J]
Q0012B21L613qi001201 [-M726-A.J]
Q0012B21L615qi001250 [-M726-A.J]
Q0012D01L612k2 [N114LR.J]
Q0012D06L6129160 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0012D06L6129160 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0012D13L612m2533 (9158) + 1 (height of instrument) - 3 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0012F02L612>5si f0015 [M730FAB.J]
Q0013B21L611qi001301 [L626SV.J]
Q0013B21L613qi001301 [-M726-A.J]
Q0017A21L613pb [N114LR.J]
Q0017B21R814qi001701 [R813LR.J]
Q0017D01L613k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0017F02L613>5si f0003 [M730FAB.J]
Q0018A21L613p [N114LR.J]
Q0018D01L613k6 [N114LR.J]
Q0018F02L613>5si f0022 [M730FAB.J]
Q0019A21L613pbis [N114LR.J]
Q0019B21L611qi001901 [L626SV.J]
Q0019B21L611qi001950 [L626SV.J]
Q0019B21L615qi001905 [N129LR.J]
Q0019B21L615qi001950 [-M726-A.J]
Q0019B21L615qi001950 [N129LR.J]
Q0019B21L615qi0019S1 [-M726-A.J]
Q0019B21L615qi0019S1 [N129LR.J]
Q0019D01L613k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0019F02L613>5si f0025 [M730FAB.J]
Q0020A21L613pbi [N114LR.J]
Q0020B21L611qi002001 [L626SV.J]
Q0020B21L611qi002002 [L626SV.J]
Q0020B21L615qi002001 [-M726-A.J]
Q0020B21L615qi002001 [N129LR.J]
Q0020B21L615qi002002 [-M726-A.J]
Q0020D01L613k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0020D06L6138785 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0020D06L6138795 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0020D13L613m2502 (8905) + 110 (height of instrument) - 0 @top - 10 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0020F02L613>5si f0024 [M730FAB.J]
Q0021A21L613i [N114LR.J]
Q0021B21L611qi002101 [L626SV.J]
Q0021B21L615qi002101 [-M726-A.J]
Q0021D01L613k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0021F02L613>5si f0026 [M730FAB.J]
Q0022B21L611qi002251 [L626SV.J]
Q0022B21L611qi002252 [L626SV.J]
Q0022B21L615qi002205 [-M726-A.J]
Q0022B21L615qi002250 [-M726-A.J]
Q0022B21L615qi002251 [N129LR.J]
Q0022B21L615qi002253 [L703TR.J]
Q0023B21L611qi002301 [L626SV.J]
Q0023B21L615qi002301 [-M726-A.J]
Q0023B21L615qi002301 [N129LR.J]
Q0024B21L611qi002401 [L626SV.J]
Q0024B21L615qi002401 [-M726-A.J]
Q0027A21L617pbis [N114LR.J]
Q0027B21L618qi002702 [-M726-A.J]
Q0027B21L618qi002702 [N129LR.J]
Q0027B21L618qi002703 [L626SV.J]
Q0027B21L618qi002750 [L626SV.J]
Q0027B21L620qi002701 [-M726-A.J]
Q0027B21L620qi002701 [N129LR.J]
Q0027B21L624qi002703 [L708SV.J]
Q0027B21L624qi002704 [L708SV.J]
Q0027D01L617k4 [N114LR.J]
Q0027D99L61715cm excavated [N114LR.J]
Q0027F02L617>5si f0017 [N114LR.J]
Q0028A21L617pi [N114LR.J]
Q0028B21L618qi002802 [-M726-A.J]
Q0028D01L617k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0028D03L617NE: 400W, 300W [N114LR.J]
Q0028D06L617NE - 15cm down [N114LR.J]
Q0028F02L617>5si f0001 [N114LR.J]
Q0029A21L618pbi [N114LR.J]
Q0029B21L618qi002901 [-M726-A.J]
Q0029B21L618qi002901 [L626SV.J]
Q0029B21L618qi002902 [-M726-A.J]
Q0029B21L618qi002902 [L626SV.J]
Q0029B21L618qi002902 [N129LR.J]
Q0029D01L618k4 [N114LR.J]
Q0029D03L618WK [N114LR.J]
Q0029D06L6189215 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0029F02L618>5si f0017 [N114LR.J]
Q0030A21L618pb [N114LR.J]
Q0030B21R818qi003001 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0030B21R818qi003001 [V124LC.J]
Q0030D01L618k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0030D03L618WK [N114LR.J]
Q0030D06L6189153 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0030F02L618>5si f0002 [N114LR.J]
Q0031A21L618p [N114LR.J]
Q0031D01L618k7 [N114LR.J]
Q0031D99L6185cm excavated [N114LR.J]
Q0031F02L618>5si f0021 [N114LR.J]
Q0032A21L618p [N114LR.J]
Q0032D01L618k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0032F02L618>5si f0046 [N114LR.J]
Q0033A21L618pb [N114LR.J]
Q0033B21L618qi003301 [-M726-A.J]
Q0033B21L618qi003301 [L626SV.J]
Q0033B21R818qi003302 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0033B21R818qi003302 [V124LC.J]
Q0033B21R820qi003302 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0033B21R827qi003302 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0033D01L618k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0033F02L618>5si f0002 [N114LR.J]
Q0034A21L618p [N114LR.J]
Q0034B21L618qi003401 [L626SV.J]
Q0034D01L618k4 [N114LR.J]
Q0034F02L618>5si f0017 [N114LR.J]
Q0035A21L618p [N114LR.J]
Q0035D01L618k4 [N114LR.J]
Q0035F02L618>5si f0017 [N114LR.J]
Q0036A21L618pb [N114LR.J]
Q0036D01L618k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0036F02L618>5si f0002 [N114LR.J]
Q0037A21L618i [N114LR.J]
Q0037B21L618qi003701 [-M726-A.J]
Q0037B21L618qi003701 [L626SV.J]
Q0037B21L618qi003701 [N129LR.J]
Q0037D01L618k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0037F02L618>5si f0004 [N114LR.J]
Q0038A21L618p [N114LR.J]
Q0038D01L618k2 [N114LR.J]
Q0038F02L618>5si f0015 [N114LR.J]
Q0040B21L618qi004001 [L626SV.J]
Q0042B21L619qi004201 [L626SV.J]
Q0042B21L620qi004201 [-M726-A.J]
Q0042B21R818qi004202 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0042B21R818qi004202 [V124LC.J]
Q0043B21R818qi004301 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0043B21R818qi004301 [V124LC.J]
Q0043B21R820qi004301 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0044B21L619qi004401 [L626SV.J]
Q0045B21L619qi004501 [L626SV.J]
Q0045B21L619qi004550 [L626SV.J]
Q0045B21L620qi004501 [-M726-A.J]
Q0045B21L620qi0045S2 [-M726-A.J]
Q0045B21L620qi0045S2 [N129LR.J]
Q0046B21L619qi004601 [L626SV.J]
Q0048B21L619qi004801 [L626SV.J]
Q0048B21L619qi004802 [L626SV.J]
Q0048B21L619qi004850 [L626SV.J]
Q0048B21L620qi004801 [-M726-A.J]
Q0048B21L620qi004850 [-M726-A.J]
Q0051B21L619qi005101 [L626SV.J]
Q0051B21L624qi005101 [L708SV.J]
Q0052B21R816qi005201 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0052B21R818qi005201 [V124LC.J]
Q0052B21R820qi005201 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0054B21L620qi005401 [-M726-A.J]
Q0054B21L620qi005401 [L626SV.J]
Q0054B21L620qi005401 [N129LR.J]
Q0054B21L620qi005402 [-M726-A.J]
Q0054B21L620qi005402 [L626SV.J]
Q0054B21L620qi005402 [L703TR.J]
Q0054B21L624qi005402 [L708SV.J]
Q0055B21L620qi005501 [-M726-A.J]
Q0055B21L620qi005501 [L626SV.J]
Q0055B21L620qi005501 [L703TR.J]
Q0057B21L620qi005701 [-M726-A.J]
Q0060A98L722we had several problems with the qlots recently and it was noted that we had several bags with the same q number and where probably a result of misread numbers. q104, q3, q75, q60, q281, q163, and q229 had several inconsistencies and we have decided that the features are correct and will thus not effect the pottery analysis but it should be noted that these q lot may be wrong. [R807SC.J]
Q0061B21L620qi006101 [-M726-A.J]
Q0061B21L620qi006101 [L626SV.J]
Q0063B21L620qi006301 [-M726-A.J]
Q0063B21L620qi006301 [L626SV.J]
Q0063B21L620qi006302 [-M726-A.J]
Q0063B21L620qi006302 [L626SV.J]
Q0063B21L620qi006303 [L626SV.J]
Q0063B21L620qi006350 [-M726-A.J]
Q0063B21L620qi006350 [L626SV.J]
Q0063B21L620qi006351 [-M726-A.J]
Q0063B21L620qi006351 [L626SV.J]
Q0063B21L624qi006303 [L708SV.J]
Q0067B21L623qi006701 [L705TR.J]
Q0067B21L623qi006702 [L705TR.J]
Q0068B21L623qi006801 [L705TR.J]
Q0068B21L623qi006803 [L705TR.J]
Q0068B21L623qi006804 [L705TR.J]
Q0068B21SVqi006801 [--L705TR.J]
Q0069A21L621p [N114LR.J]
Q0069D01L621k102 [N114LR.J]
Q0069D03L621NE: 400W, 150S [N114LR.J]
Q0069D06L6218968 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0069F02L621>5si f0015 [N114LR.J]
Q0070A21L621p [N114LR.J]
Q0070D01L621k103 [N114LR.J]
Q0070D03L621NE: 400W, 150S [N114LR.J]
Q0070D06L6219027 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0070F02L621>5si f0002 [N114LR.J]
Q0071A21L621p [N114LR.J]
Q0071D01L621k4 [N114LR.J]
Q0071D03L621NW: 400E, 80S [N114LR.J]
Q0071D06L621NW - 15cm down [N114LR.J]
Q0071F02L621>5si f0054 [N114LR.J]
Q0072A21L621p [N114LR.J]
Q0072D01L621k4 [N114LR.J]
Q0072D03L621SW: 400E, 250N [N114LR.J]
Q0072D06L6219214 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0072D06L6219214 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0072D13L621m2534 (9214) [N114LR.J]
Q0072F02L621>5si f0058 [N114LR.J]
Q0073A21L621p [N114LR.J]
Q0073D01L621k4 [N114LR.J]
Q0073D03L621WK [N114LR.J]
Q0073F02L621>5si f0053 [N114LR.J]
Q0075A98L722we had several problems with the qlots recently and it was noted that we had several bags with the same q number and where probably a result of misread numbers. q104, q3, q75, q60, q281, q163, and q229 had several inconsistencies and we have decided that the features are correct and will thus not effect the pottery analysis but it should be noted that these q lot may be wrong. [R807SC.J]
Q0075B21R818qi007501 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0075B21R818qi007501 [V124LC.J]
Q0078B21L623qi007801 [L705TR.J]
Q0078B21L624qi007802 [L707SV.J]
Q0078B21L624qi007802 [L707SV2.J]
Q0080B21L624qi008001 [L707SV.J]
Q0083B21L623qi008301 [L626SV.J]
Q0084B21L623qi008401 [L626SV.J]
Q0084B21L623qi008402 [L626SV.J]
Q0084B21L623qi008403 [L626SV.J]
Q0084B21L624qi008401 [L708SV.J]
Q0084B21R818qi008404 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0084B21R818qi008404 [V124LC.J]
Q0085B21L623qi008501 [L626SV.J]
Q0085B21L623qi008502 [L626SV.J]
Q0085B21L624qi008501 [L708SV.J]
Q0087B21L623qi008701 [L626SV.J]
Q0087B21L624qi008701 [L708SV.J]
Q0094A21L623pbi [N114LR.J]
Q0094B21L624qi009402 [L626SV.J]
Q0094D01L623k2 [N114LR.J]
Q0094D03L623SE: 250N, 400W [N114LR.J]
Q0094D06L6239034 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0094F02L623>5si f0015 [N114LR.J]
Q0095A21L623pb [N114LR.J]
Q0095B21R814qi009501 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0095B21R816qi009501 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0095B21R818qi009501 [V124LC.J]
Q0095D01L623k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0095D03L623SE: 250N, 400W [N114LR.J]
Q0095D06L623SE - 15cm down [N114LR.J]
Q0095F02L623>5si f0055 [N114LR.J]
Q0097A21L624pbi [N114LR.J]
Q0097B21L624qi009701 [L708SV.J]
Q0097B21L624qi009702 [L626SV.J]
Q0097B21L624qi009702 [L708SV.J]
Q0097B21L624qi009703 [L626SV.J]
Q0097D01L624k2 [N114LR.J]
Q0097D03L624SE: 250N, 400W [N114LR.J]
Q0097D06L6248948 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0097D06L6248963 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0097D13L624m2501 (9015) + 146 (height of instrument) - 94 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0097F02L624>5si f0015 [N114LR.J]
Q0098A21L624pi [N114LR.J]
Q0098B21L624qi009801 [L626SV.J]
Q0098B21R816qi009802 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0098B21R818qi009802 [V124LC.J]
Q0098D01L624k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0098D03L624SE: 250N, 400W [N114LR.J]
Q0098D06L6249064 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0098F02L624>5si f0055 [N114LR.J]
Q0099B21L624qi009901 [L626SV.J]
Q0104A98L722we had several problems with the qlots recently and it was noted that we had several bags with the same q number and where probably a result of misread numbers. q104, q3, q75, q60, q281, q163, and q229 had several inconsistencies and we have decided that the features are correct and will thus not effect the pottery analysis but it should be noted that these q lot may be wrong. [R807SC.J]
Q0104B21L624qi010402 [L626SV.J]
Q0106A21L624pbs [N114LR.J]
Q0106B21L624qi010650 [L626SV.J]
Q0106B21R814qi010604 [R813LR.J]
Q0106D01L624k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0106D03L624NW: 200S, 400E [N114LR.J]
Q0106D06L6249136 @top - 25 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0106F02L624>5si f0046 [N114LR.J]
Q0107A21L624pb [N114LR.J]
Q0107B21R818qi010702 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0107B21R818qi010702 [V124LC.J]
Q0107D01L624k4 [N114LR.J]
Q0107D03L624SE: 400W, 250N [N114LR.J]
Q0107D06L6249172 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0107D06L6249187 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0107D13L624m2532 (9245) + 171 (height of instrument) - 113 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0107F02L624>5si f0058 [N114LR.J]
Q0108A21L624p [N114LR.J]
Q0108D01L624k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0108D03L624wf [N114LR.J]
Q0108F02L624>5si f0059 [N114LR.J]
Q0109A21L624p [N114LR.J]
Q0109D01L624k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0109D03L624sw: 150E, 200N [N114LR.J]
Q0109D06L6248758 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0109F02L624>5si f0051 [N114LR.J]
Q0110A21L624p [N114LR.J]
Q0110D01L624k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0110D03L624NW: 200S, 400E [N114LR.J]
Q0110D06L6249136 @top - 25 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0110F02L624>5si f0046 [N114LR.J]
Q0112B21L624qi011201 [N226LR2.J]
Q0112B21L625qi011201 [N226LR2.J]
Q0113A21L625pib [N114LR.J]
Q0113B21L624qi011301 [N226LR2.J]
Q0113B21L624qi011302 [N226LR2.J]
Q0113B21L625qi011301 [N226LR2.J]
Q0113B21L625qi011302 [N226LR2.J]
Q0113D01L625k2 [N114LR.J]
Q0113D03L625SW: 400N, 200E [N114LR.J]
Q0113D06L6258920 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0113D06L6258935 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0113D13L625m2501 (9015) + 130 (height of instrument) - 50 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0113F02L625>5si f0015 [N114LR.J]
Q0114A21L625p [N114LR.J]
Q0114D01L625k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0114D03L625wk [N114LR.J]
Q0114D06L6259029 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0114F02L625>5si f0055 [N114LR.J]
Q0115A21L625i [N114LR.J]
Q0115D01L625k4 [N114LR.J]
Q0115D03L625SE: 400W, 250N [N114LR.J]
Q0115D06L6259142 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0115D06L6259157 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0115D13L625m2532 (9245) + 171 (height of instrument) - 83 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0115F02L625>5si f0058 [N114LR.J]
Q0116B21L624qi011601 [L708SV.J]
Q0116B21L624qi011601 [N226LR2.J]
Q0116B21L624qi011699 [L708SV.J]
Q0117B21L624qi011701 [L708SV.J]
Q0118A21L625pib [N114LR.J]
Q0118B21L624qi011801 [L708SV.J]
Q0118B21R814qi011801 [R813LR.J]
Q0118B21R814qi011802 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0118B21R816qi011802 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0118B21R818qi011802 [V124LC.J]
Q0118D01L625k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0118D03L625SE: 150N, 400W [N114LR.J]
Q0118D06L6259029 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0118F02L625>5si f0055 [N114LR.J]
Q0120A21L625p [N114LR.J]
Q0120D01L625k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0120D03L625NW: 250E, 50S [N114LR.J]
Q0120D06L6258800 @top - 20 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0120F02L625>5si f0003 [N114LR.J]
Q0121A21L625p [N114LR.J]
Q0121D01L625k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0121D03L625NW: 300E, 100S [N114LR.J]
Q0121D06L6258754 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0121F02L625>5si f0064 [N114LR.J]
Q0122A21L625pib [N114LR.J]
Q0122B21L624qi012201 [N226LR2.J]
Q0122B21L624qi012202 [N226LR2.J]
Q0122B21L625qi012201 [N226LR2.J]
Q0122B21L625qi012202 [N226LR2.J]
Q0122D01L625k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0122D03L625NW: 400E, 100S [N114LR.J]
Q0122D06L6259136 @top - 50 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0122F02L625>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0123A21L625pb [N114LR.J]
Q0123D01L625k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0123D03L625NW: 400E, 100S [N114LR.J]
Q0123D06L6259136 @top - 50 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0123F02L625>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0124A21L625p [N114LR.J]
Q0124D01L625k4 [N114LR.J]
Q0124D03L625NW: 250S, 100E [N114LR.J]
Q0124D06L6259100 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0124F02L625>5si f0065 [N114LR.J]
Q0125B21L625qi012550 [-M726-A.J]
Q0125B21R814qi012501 [R813LR.J]
Q0128B21R814qi012801 [R813LR.J]
Q0133A21L626p [N114LR.J]
Q0133D01L626k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0133D03L626NE: 400S, 100W [N114LR.J]
Q0133D06L6269253 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0133D06L6269303 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0133D13L626m2522 (9303) - 50 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0133F02L626>5si f0002 [N114LR.J]
Q0134A21L626pi [N114LR.J]
Q0134B21L626qi013401 [N226LR2.J]
Q0134D01L626k2 [N114LR.J]
Q0134D03L626NE: 400S, 100W [N114LR.J]
Q0134D06L6269165 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0134D06L6269220 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0134D13L626m2187 (9220) - 55 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0134F02L626>5si f0001 [N114LR.J]
Q0135A21L626p [N114LR.J]
Q0135D01L626k1 [N114LR.J]
Q0135D03L626NE: 400S, 100W [N114LR.J]
Q0135D06L6268967 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0135D06L6269017 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0135D13L626m2520 (9117) + 100 (height of instrument) - 50 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0135F02L626>5si f0027 [N114LR.J]
Q0136A21L626p [N114LR.J]
Q0136D01L626k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0136D03L626NW: 200S, 200E [N114LR.J]
Q0136D06L62625151 @top - 50@bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0136F02L626>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0137A21L626p [N114LR.J]
Q0137D01L626k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0137D03L626NW: 200S, 200E [N114LR.J]
Q0137D06L62625151 @top - 50@bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0137F02L626>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0138A21L626p [N114LR.J]
Q0138D01L626k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0138F02L626>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0142A21L627pb [N114LR.J]
Q0142B21R818qi014201 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0142B21R818qi014201 [V124LC.J]
Q0142B21R820qi014201 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0142D01L627k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0142D03L627NE: 350W, 200S [N114LR.J]
Q0142D06L6279065 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0142D06L6279085 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0142D13L627m2532 (9245) + 130 (height of instrument) - -30 @top - 20 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0142F02L627>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0143A21L627pi [N114LR.J]
Q0143B21L627qi014301 [N226LR2.J]
Q0143D01L627k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0143D03L627NE: 350W, 200S [N114LR.J]
Q0143D06L6279065 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0143D06L6279085 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0143D13L627m2532 (9245) + 130 (height of instrument) - -30 @top - 20 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0143F02L627>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0144A21L627p [N114LR.J]
Q0144D01L627k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0144D99L627125cm excavated [N114LR.J]
Q0144F02L627>5si f0047 [N114LR.J]
Q0145A21L627pi [N114LR.J]
Q0145B21L627qi014501 [N226LR2.J]
Q0145B21L627qi014502 [N226LR2.J]
Q0145B21L627qi014503 [N226LR2.J]
Q0145B21R814qi014504 [R813LR.J]
Q0145D01L627k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0145D03L627SE: 300W, 150N [N114LR.J]
Q0145D06L6279149 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0145D06L6279164 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0145D13L627m2532 (9245) + 120 (height of instrument) - 39 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0145F02L627>5si f0071 [N114LR.J]
Q0146A21L728pi [N114LR.J]
Q0146B21L628qi014601 [N226LR2.J]
Q0146D01L728k7 [N114LR.J]
Q0146D03L728NW: 300S, 400E [N114LR.J]
Q0146D06L7288966 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0146D06L7288986 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0146D13L728m2506 (8986) - 20 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0146F02L728>5si f0021 [N114LR.J]
Q0147A21L728pi [N114LR.J]
Q0147B21L625qi014701 [-M726-A.J]
Q0147B21L628qi014702 [N226LR2.J]
Q0147D01L728k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0147D03L728wk [N114LR.J]
Q0147D06L7289149 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0147D06L7289164 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0147D13L728m2532 (9245) + 120 (height of instrument) - 39 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0147F02L728>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0148B21L628qi014801 [N226LR2.J]
Q0148B21L628qi014802 [N226LR2.J]
Q0154A21L728pbi [N114LR.J]
Q0154B21L628qi015401 [N226LR2.J]
Q0154D01L728k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0154D06L7289119 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0154D06L7289134 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0154D13L728m2532 (9245) + 120 (height of instrument) - 9 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0154F02L728>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0155A21L728pi [N114LR.J]
Q0155D01L728k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0155D06L7288942 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0155D06L7289022 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0155D13L728m2530 (9113) + 130 (height of instrument) - 39 @top - 80 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0155F02L728>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0156A21L630pi [N114LR.J]
Q0156B21L630qi015601 [N226LR2.J]
Q0156D01L630k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0156D06L6309135 @top - 90 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0156F02L630>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0159A21L630pi [N114LR.J]
Q0159D01L630k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0159D06L6308999 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0159D06L6309014 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0159D13L630m2599 (9136) + 129 (height of instrument) - 7 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0159F02L630>5si f0074 [N114LR.J]
Q0160A21L630psi [N114LR.J]
Q0160D01L630k2 [N114LR.J]
Q0160D99L63020cm excavated [N114LR.J]
Q0160F02L630>5si f0015 [N114LR.J]
Q0161A21L630pb [N114LR.J]
Q0161D01L630k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0161D03L630wk [N114LR.J]
Q0161D06L6309120 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0161D06L6309135 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0161D13L630m2532 (9245) + 120 (height of instrument) - 10 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0161F02L630>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0162A21L630p [N114LR.J]
Q0162D01L630k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0162D03L630wk [N114LR.J]
Q0162D06L6309120 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0162D06L6309135 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0162D13L630m2532 (9245) + 120 (height of instrument) - 10 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0162F02L630>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0163A98L722we had several problems with the qlots recently and it was noted that we had several bags with the same q number and where probably a result of misread numbers. q104, q3, q75, q60, q281, q163, and q229 had several inconsistencies and we have decided that the features are correct and will thus not effect the pottery analysis but it should be noted that these q lot may be wrong. [R807SC.J]
Q0165A21L630p [N114LR.J]
Q0165D01L630k8 [N114LR.J]
Q0165D99L63030cm excavated [N114LR.J]
Q0165F02L630>5si f0049 [N114LR.J]
Q0169B21R814qi016901 [R813LR.J]
Q0179B21R818qi017902 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0179B21R818qi017902 [V124LC.J]
Q0179B21R820qi017902 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0183B21R816qi018304 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0183B21R818qi018304 [V124LC.J]
Q0183B21R820qi018304 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0187A21L702p [N114LR.J]
Q0187D01L702k6 [N114LR.J]
Q0187D03L702SE: 100N, 100W [N114LR.J]
Q0187D06L7029081 @top - 10 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0187F02L702>5si f0034 [N114LR.J]
Q0188A21L702pi [N114LR.J]
Q0188D01L702k105 [N114LR.J]
Q0188D06L7028969 @top - 10 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0188F02L702>5si f0083 [N114LR.J]
Q0189A21L702pib [N114LR.J]
Q0189D01L702k105 [N114LR.J]
Q0189D06L7029021 @top - 10 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0189F02L702>5si f0084 [N114LR.J]
Q0190A21L702pib [N114LR.J]
Q0190D01L702k105 [N114LR.J]
Q0190D06L7029021 @top - 10 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0190F02L702>5si f0084 [N114LR.J]
Q0191B21R814qi019101 [R813LR.J]
Q0197B21R814qi019701 [R813LR.J]
Q0197B21R820qi019701 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0200B21L704qi020002 [N226LR2.J]
Q0202B21L705qi020201 [N226LR2.J]
Q0202B21R814qi020204 [R813LR.J]
Q0203B21L705qi020301 [N226LR2.J]
Q0203B21L705qi020302 [N226LR2.J]
Q0203B21L705qi020303 [N226LR2.J]
Q0203B21L705qi020304 [N226LR2.J]
Q0203B21L705qi020305 [N226LR2.J]
Q0203B21L705qi020306 [N226LR2.J]
Q0203B21R818qi020307 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0203B21R818qi020307 [V124LC.J]
Q0207A99L707q207 = f48 [L816LR.J]
Q0213B21L707qi021302 [N226LR2.J]
Q0215B21L707qi021502 [N226LR2.J]
Q0215B21R814qi021501 [R813LR.J]
Q0216B21L707qi021604 [N226LR2.J]
Q0216B21L707qi021605 [N226LR2.J]
Q0216B21L707qi021606 [N226LR2.J]
Q0217B21L707qi021701 [N226LR2.J]
Q0224B21L708qi022401 [N226LR2.J]
Q0224B21L708qi022402 [N226LR2.J]
Q0226A21L708p,b [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0226D01L708k3 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0226D06L7088933 @top [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0226F02L708>5si f0074 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0227A21L708p,o [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0227B21R818qi022702 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0227B21R818qi022702 [V124LC.J]
Q0227D01L708k106 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0227D06L7088997 @top - 50@bottom [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0227F02L708>5si f0048 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0228A21L708p [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0228D01L708k5 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0228F02L708>5si f0025 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0229A21L708p [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0229D01L708k3 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0229D06L7089013 @top - 15@bottom [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0229F02L708>5si f0047 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0230A21L708p [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0230D01L708k106 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0230D06L7089013 @top - 20@bottom [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0230F02L708>5si f0047 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0231A21L708p,o [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0231B21L708qi023101 [N226LR2.J]
Q0231D01L708k105 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0231D99L70815cm excavated [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0231F02L708>5si f0084 [ZA614CJC.J]
Q0232A21L708pbo [N114LR.J]
Q0232D01L708k106 [N114LR.J]
Q0232D06L7089020 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0232F02L708>5si f0081 [N114LR.J]
Q0235A21L709p [N114LR.J]
Q0235D01L709k105 [N114LR.J]
Q0235D03L709r93: 300N, 400E [N114LR.J]
Q0235D06L7098976 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0235F02L709>5si f0084 [N114LR.J]
Q0236A21L709p [N114LR.J]
Q0236D01L709k3 [N114LR.J]
Q0236D03L709r96: 100N, 250E [N114LR.J]
Q0236D06L7099013 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0236F02L709>5si f0047 [N114LR.J]
Q0238A21L709p [N114LR.J]
Q0238D01L709k5 [N114LR.J]
Q0238D99L70930cm excavated [N114LR.J]
Q0238F02L709>5si f0025 [N114LR.J]
Q0239B21R814qi023903 [R813LR.J]
Q0250A21L710po [-MX12-99.J]
Q0250D01L710k106 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0250D06L7108967 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0250F02L710>5si f0100 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0251A21L710p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0251D01L710k105 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0251D06L7108960 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0251F02L710>5si f0099 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0252A21L710i [-MX12-99.J]
Q0252B21L710qi025201 [-M726-A.J]
Q0252D01L710k7 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0252D06L7108975 @top - 0 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0252F02L710>5si f0088 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0254A21L710p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0254D01L710k107 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0254D06L7108749 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0254D06L7108769 @top [-MX12-99.J]
Q0254D13L710m2521 (9009) + 240 (height of instrument) - 20 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0254F02L710>5si f0098 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0267B21L710qi026701 [-M726-A.J]
Q0267B21L710qi026702 [-M726-A.J]
Q0269B21L710qi026901 [-M726-A.J]
Q0270A21L712p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0270D01L712k2 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0270D03L712NW: 400E, 400S [-MX12-99.J]
Q0270D06L7128891 @top - 15/20 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0270F02L712>5si f0077 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0275B21L710qi027501 [-M726-A.J]
Q0281A98L722we had several problems with the qlots recently and it was noted that we had several bags with the same q number and where probably a result of misread numbers. q104, q3, q75, q60, q281, q163, and q229 had several inconsistencies and we have decided that the features are correct and will thus not effect the pottery analysis but it should be noted that these q lot may be wrong. [R807SC.J]
Q0282A21L714pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0282D01L714k105 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0282D03L714r108: 300S, 200E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0282D06L714r108 - 15cm down [-MX12-99.J]
Q0282F02L714>5si f0104 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0283B21L710qi028301 [-M726-A.J]
Q0287A21L715pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0287D01L715k106 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0287D03L715m2599: 150S, 150E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0287D06L7158837 @top - 10 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0287F02L715>5si f0104 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0288A21L715pbo [-MX12-99.J]
Q0288D01L715k105 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0288D03L715r108: 250S, 150N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0288D06L7158933 @top - 10 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0288F02L715>5si f0111 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0289A21L715po [-MX12-99.J]
Q0289D01L715k2 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0289D03L715m2524: 250E, 400N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0289D06L7158722 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0289F02L715>5si f0078 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0290A21L715p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0290D01L715k105 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0290D03L715m2688: 350N, 150W [-MX12-99.J]
Q0290D06L7158918 @top - 10 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0290F02L715>5si f0116 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0293B21R814qi029301 [R813LR.J]
Q0296A99L716mixed q-lot contains entire k6 baulk. [L818LR.J]
Q0296B21L710qi029601 [-M726-A.J]
Q0297B21L710qi029701 [-M726-A.J]
Q0298B21R814qi029801 [R813LR.J]
Q0299A21L716pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0299D01L716k105 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0299D03L716r [-MX12-99.J]
Q0299D06L7168926 @top - 10 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0299F02L716>5si f0104 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0300A21L716p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0300D01L716k8 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0300D03L716r85: 100S, 200E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0300D06L7168955 @top - 20 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0300F02L716>5si f0106 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0301A21L716p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0301B21L710qi030101 [-M726-A.J]
Q0301B21L710qi030102 [-M726-A.J]
Q0301B21L802qi030101 [-M726-A.J]
Q0301D01L716k7 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0301D03L716r180: 150S, 150W [-MX12-99.J]
Q0301D06L7168832 @top - 10 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0301F02L716>5si f0128 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0302A21L716p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0302D01L716k4 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0302D99L71640 50cm excavated [-MX12-99.J]
Q0302F02L716>5si f0060 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0304B21L710qi030401 [-M726-A.J]
Q0304B21R814qi030401 [R813LR.J]
Q0312B21R814qi031201 [R813LR.J]
Q0325A21L719p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0325D01L719k105 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0325D03L719relay 80: 108 N, 420 E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0325D06L7198902 @top - 20 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0325F02L719>5si f0129 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0326A21L719p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0326D01L719k3 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0326D06L7198916 @top - 20 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0326F02L719>5si f0139 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0327A21L719p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0327D01L719k3 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0327F02L719>5si f0140 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0330A21L721pib [-MX12-99.J]
Q0330B21L710qi033001 [-M726-A.J]
Q0330D01L721k105 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0330D03L721r105: 250 S, 100 N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0330D06L7218900 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0330F02L721>5si f0129 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0331B21L710qi033101 [-M726-A.J]
Q0332B21L710qi033201 [-M726-A.J]
Q0332B21L710qi033202 [-M726-A.J]
Q0340B21R814qi034001 [R813LR.J]
Q0341B21L721qi034101 [-M726-A.J]
Q0342B21R814qi034203 [R813LR.J]
Q0343A21L722pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0343D01L722k105 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0343D03L722r108: 100N, 100E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0343D06L7228905 @top - 10 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0343F02L722>5si f0129 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0344A21L722p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0344D01L722k6 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0344D03L722r22: 150E, 50N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0344D06L7228861 @top - 10 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0344F02L722>5si f0150 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0345A21L722p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0345D01L722k3 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0345D03L722m2739: 100E, 50S [-MX12-99.J]
Q0345D06L7228869 @top - 20 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0345F02L722>5si f0131 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0348B21M913qi034802 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0349A21L723p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0349D01L723k6 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0349D03L723r22: 150N, 200W [-MX12-99.J]
Q0349D06L7238765 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0349F02L723>5si f0153 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0350A21L723pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0350D01L723k6 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0350D03L723r22: 100E, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0350D06L7238861 @top - 5 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0350F02L723>5si f0150 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0351A21L723p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0351D01L723k105 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0351D03L723r199: 400E, 100N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0351D06L7238940 @top - 70 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0351F02L723>5si f0111 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0352A21L723p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0352D01L723k6 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0352D03L723m2517: 50W, 100N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0352D06L7238902 @top [-MX12-99.J]
Q0352F02L723>5si f0155 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0353A21L723pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0353D01L723k5 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0353D03L723r10: 200E, 80S [-MX12-99.J]
Q0353D06L7238827 @top - 20 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0353F02L723>5si f0005 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0354A21L723p [L820KF3.J]
Q0354D01L723k6 [L820KF3.J]
Q0354D03L723r220: 100S, 50 [L820KF3.J]
Q0354D06L7238934 @bottom [L820KF3.J]
Q0354D06L7238934 @top [L820KF3.J]
Q0354D13L723m2721 (8962) + 28 (height of instrument) [L820KF3.J]
Q0354F02L723>5si f0156 [L820KF3.J]
Q0355A21L723pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0355D01L723k6 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0355D03L723r22: 150N, 200W [-MX12-99.J]
Q0355D06L7238750 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0355F02L723>5si f0153 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0356B21L723qi035601 [-M726-A.J]
Q0357A21L723pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0357D01L723k1 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0357D03L723r187: 200W, 200N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0357D06L723r187 - 10cm down [-MX12-99.J]
Q0357F02L723>5si f0123 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0362B21L802qi036201 [-M726-A.J]
Q0362B21L802qi036201 [N129LR.J]
Q0362B21L802qi036202 [-M726-A.J]
Q0362B21L802qi036202 [N129LR.J]
Q0363A21L724p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0363D01L724k6 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0363D03L724r28: 300E, 150N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0363D06L7248690 @top - 20 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0363F02L724>5si f0157 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0364A21L724pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0364D01L724k107 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0364D03L724r4: 200N, 200W [-MX12-99.J]
Q0364D06L7248719 @top - 10 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0364F02L724>5si f0123 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0376A21L725p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0376D01L725k5 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0376D03L725m2526: 500W, 400N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0376D06L7258753 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0376F02L725>5si f0163 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0383B21L725qi038301 [-M726-A.J]
Q0383B21L725qi038302 [-M726-A.J]
Q0383B21L802qi038302 [N129LR.J]
Q0384A21L725pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0384D01L725k6 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0384D03L725r30: 250N, 350W [-MX12-99.J]
Q0384D06L7258917 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0384F02L725>5si f0153 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0385B21L725qi038501 [-M726-A.J]
Q0388A21L725p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0388D01L725k2 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0388D03L725m2524: 400N, 250E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0388D06L7258775 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0388F02L725>5si f0161 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0389A21L725p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0389D01L725k2 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0389D03L725m2524: 400W, 250E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0389D06L7258775 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0389F02L725>5si f0161 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0390A21L725p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0390D01L725k2 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0390D03L725m2524: 400W, 250E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0390D06L7258775 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0390F02L725>5si f0161 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0391A21L725p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0391D01L725k3 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0391D03L725r201: 100N, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0391D06L7258903 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0391F02L725>5si f0167 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0392A21L725p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0392D01L725k2 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0392D03L725m2524: 400W, 250E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0392D06L7258775 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0392F02L725>5si f0161 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0400A21L725pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0400D01L725k5 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0400D03L725m2526: 500W, 400N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0400D06L7258738 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0400F02L725>5si f0163 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0401A21L725pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0401D01L725k1 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0401D03L725WK [-MX12-99.J]
Q0401D06L7258735 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0401F02L725>5si f0166 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0402A21L725pi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0402B21L725qi040201 [-M726-A.J]
Q0402B21L725qi040202 [-M726-A.J]
Q0402B21L725qi040203 [-M726-A.J]
Q0402B21R814qi040201 [R813LR.J]
Q0402B21R814qi040202 [R813LR.J]
Q0402B21R814qi040203 [R813LR.J]
Q0402D01L725k2 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0402D03L725WK [-MX12-99.J]
Q0402D06L7258775 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0402F02L725>5si f0161 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0403A21L725p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0403D01L725k6 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0403D03L725r16: 400W, 50S [-MX12-99.J]
Q0403D06L7258685 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0403F02L725>5si f0153 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0404A21L725pi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0404B21L725qi040401 [-M726-A.J]
Q0404B21L725qi040402 [-M726-A.J]
Q0404D01L725k5 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0404D03L725m2527: 100E, 400N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0404D06L7258753 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0404F02L725>5si f0163 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0405A21L725p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0405D01L725k1 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0405D03L725WK [-MX12-99.J]
Q0405D06L7258735 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0405F02L725>5si f0166 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0406A21L725p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0406D01L725k3 [-MX12-99.J]
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Q0406D06L7258903 @top - 15 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
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Q0642D01L829k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0642D03L829r258: 200E, 150N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0642D06L829-61621 @top - 15@bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0642D06L8298468 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0642D06L8298483 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0642D13L829m2538 (8578) + 159 (height of instrument) - 64 @top - 15 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0642F02L829>5si f0206 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0643B21R814qi064301 [R813LR.J]
Q0643B21R814qi064303 [R813LR.J]
Q0644A21L829p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0644B21R814qi064402 [R813LR.J]
Q0644D01L829k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0644F02L829>5si f0219 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0645A21L829pi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0645B21R814qi064501 [R813LR.J]
Q0645D01L829k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0645D03L829r263: 70S, 70W [-MX12-99.J]
Q0645D06L8292371 @top [-MX12-99.J]
Q0645D06L8298411 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0645D06L8298411 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0645D13L829m2538 (8578) + 167 (height of instrument) [N114LR.J]
Q0645F02L829>5si f0220 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0646B21R814qi064601 [R813LR.J]
Q0648A21L830p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0648D01L830k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0648F02L830>5si f0211 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0649A21L830p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0649D01L830k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0649D03L830WF [-MX12-99.J]
Q0649F02L830>5si f0221 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0650A21L830p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0650D01L830k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0650D03L830r258: 200E, 150N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0650D06L8302538 @top [-MX12-99.J]
Q0650D06L8308578 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0650D06L8308578 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0650D13L830m2538 (8578) [N114LR.J]
Q0650F02L830>5si f0206 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0651A21L830pi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0651B21M920qi065101 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0651D01L830k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0651F02L830>5si f0217 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0652A21L830p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0652B21M906qi065202 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0652B21M920qi065201 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0652B21M920qi065201 [N116LR3.J]
Q0652D01L830k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0652D03L830r258: 200E, 150N [-MX12-99.J]
Q0652D06L830-66619 @top [-MX12-99.J]
Q0652D06L8308490 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0652D06L8308490 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0652D13L830m2538 (8578) + 157 (height of instrument) - 69 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0652F02L830>5si f0223 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0653A21L830p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0653D01L830k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0653D99L83020cm excavated [-MX12-99.J]
Q0653F02L830>5si f0224 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0656A21L831i [-MX12-99.J]
Q0656D01L831k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0656D03L831WF [-MX12-99.J]
Q0656D99L8313-5cm down in whole feature [-MX12-99.J]
Q0656D99L8315cm down in whole feature [N114LR.J]
Q0656F02L831>5si f0228 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0657A21L831i [-MX12-99.J]
Q0657D01L831k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0657D03L831WF [-MX12-99.J]
Q0657D99L8315cm down in whole feature [-MX12-99.J]
Q0657F02L831>5si f0229 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0658A21L831i [-MX12-99.J]
Q0658D01L831k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0658D03L831WF [-MX12-99.J]
Q0658D99L8313-5cm down in whole feature [-MX12-99.J]
Q0658D99L8315cm down in whole feature [N114LR.J]
Q0658F02L831>5si f0230 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0659A21L901pi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0659D01L901k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0659D03L901WF [-MX12-99.J]
Q0659D99L90180cm down in whole feature [-MX12-99.J]
Q0659F02L901>5si f0226 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0660A21L901p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0660D01L901k111 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0660D03L901WF [-MX12-99.J]
Q0660D99L90110cm down in whole feature [-MX12-99.J]
Q0660F02L901>5si f0231 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0661A21L901pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0661D01L901k111 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0661D99L90110cm excavated [-MX12-99.J]
Q0661F02L901>5si f0232 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0662A21L901pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0662D01L901k112 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0662D03L901WK [-MX12-99.J]
Q0662D99L9013cm down in whole locus [-MX12-99.J]
Q0662F02L901>5si f0202 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0665B21R814qi066501 [R813LR.J]
Q0665B21R818qi066503 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0665B21R818qi066503 [V124LC.J]
Q0666A21L902pi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0666D01L902k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0666D03L902r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0666D06L902-22368 @top - 30@bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0666D06L9028747 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0666D06L9028777 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0666D13L902m2763 (8883) + 131 (height of instrument) - 25 @top - 30 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0666F02L902>5si f0238 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0667A21L902p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0667D01L902k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0667D03L902r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0667D06L902-58368 @top - 60@bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0667D06L9028753 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0667D06L9028813 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0667D13L902m2763 (8883) + 131 (height of instrument) - 61 @top - 60 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0667F02L902>5si f0239 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0668A21L902p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0668D01L902k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0668D03L902r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0668D06L9028662 @top - 30 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0668F02L902>5si f0240 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0669A21L902p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0669D01L902k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0669D03L902r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0669D06L902-58368 @top - 60@bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0669D06L9028753 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0669D06L9028813 @top [N114LR.J]
Q0669D13L902m2763 (8883) + 131 (height of instrument) - 61 @top - 60 @bottom [N114LR.J]
Q0669F02L902>5si f0239 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0670A21L902p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0670D01L902k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0670D03L902r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0670D06L9028607 @top [-MX12-99.J]
Q0670F02L902>5si f0241 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0671A21L902pi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0671D01L902k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0671D03L902r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0671D06L9028662 @top - 30 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0671F02L902>5si f0240 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0672A21L902p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0672D01L902k112 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0672D99L90250cm excavated [-MX12-99.J]
Q0672F02L902>5si f0222 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0673A21L902p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0673D01L902k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0673D03L902r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0673D06L9028607 @top [-MX12-99.J]
Q0673F02L902>5si f0241 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0674A21L903pbi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0674D01L903k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0674D03L903r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0674D06L9038678 @top - 70 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0674F02L903>5si f0242 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0675A21L903pbi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0675D01L903k109 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0675D03L903r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0675D06L9038608 @top - 35 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0675F02L903>5si f0243 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0676A21L903pbi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0676D01L903k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0676D03L903r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0676D06L9038574 @top [-MX12-99.J]
Q0676F02L903>5si f0244 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0677A21L903pbi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0677D01L903k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0677D03L903r217: 150S, 50E [-MX12-99.J]
Q0677D06L9038544 @top [-MX12-99.J]
Q0677F02L903>5si f0245 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0678A21L904pb [-MX12-99.J]
Q0678B21R814qi067804 [R813LR.J]
Q0678D01L904k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0678D03L904r288: 350E, 200S [-MX12-99.J]
Q0678D06L9048612 @top - 32 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0678F02L904>5si f0207 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0679A21L904p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0679D01L904k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0679D03L904r288: 350E, 200S [-MX12-99.J]
Q0679D06L9048612 @top - 30 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0679F02L904>5si f0202 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0680A21L904p [-MX12-99.J]
Q0680D01L904k108 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0680F02L904>5si f0239 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0681A21L905pi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0681D01L905k111 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0681D03L905WK [-MX12-99.J]
Q0681D99L9055cm down in whole locus [-MX12-99.J]
Q0681F02L905>5si f0237 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0682A21L905pi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0682B21M906qi068201 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0682B21M920qi068202 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0682D01L905k112 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0682D03L905WK [-MX12-99.J]
Q0682D99L9055cm down in whole locus [-MX12-99.J]
Q0682F02L905>5si f0202 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0683A21L906pbi [-MX12-99.J]
Q0683B21M920qi068301 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0683B21M920qi068301 [N116LR3.J]
Q0683B21R814qi068302 [R813LR.J]
Q0683D01L906k110 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0683D03L906r288: 350E, 100 ? [-MX12-99.J]
Q0683D06L9068612 @top - 30 @bottom [-MX12-99.J]
Q0683F02L906>5si f0202 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0684A21L906p [L818LR3.J]
Q0684B21M906qi068401 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0684B21M906qi068401 [N116LR3.J]
Q0684B21M920qi068403 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0684B21M920qi068403 [N116LR3.J]
Q0684D01L906k110 [L818LR3.J]
Q0684F02L906>5si f0206 [L818LR3.J]
Q0685A21M903pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0685B21M903qi068501 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0685B21M903qi068502 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0685D01M903k110 [MX12LR.J]
Q0685D99M9030cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0685F02M903>5si f0165 [MX12LR.J]
Q0686A21M903pibs [MX12LR.J]
Q0686B21M903qi068601 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0686B21M903qi068602 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0686D01M903k110 [MX12LR.J]
Q0686D03M903wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0686D99M9030cm down in whole locus [MX12LR.J]
Q0686F02M903>5si f0237 [MX12LR.J]
Q0687A21M903p [MX12LR.J]
Q0687D01M903k108 [MX12LR.J]
Q0687D99M9030cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0687F02M903>5si f0157 [MX12LR.J]
Q0688A21M903psb [MX12LR.J]
Q0688B21M903qi068801 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0688D01M903k201 [MX12LR.J]
Q0688D03M903m2928: 400N, 100W [MX12LR.J]
Q0688D06M903m2928 - 3cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0688F02M903>5si f0255 [MX12LR.J]
Q0689A21M903pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0689D01M903k209 [MX12LR.J]
Q0689D03M903m2914: 400N, 100E [MX12LR.J]
Q0689D06M903m2914 - 15cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0689F02M903>5si f0256 [MX12LR.J]
Q0690A21M903p [MX12LR.J]
Q0690D01M903k209 [MX12LR.J]
Q0690D03M903wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0690D99M90320cm down in whole locus [MX12LR.J]
Q0690F02M903>5si f0256 [MX12LR.J]
Q0691A21M904pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0691B21M903qi069101 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0691B21M904qi069104 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0691B21MX11qi069103 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0691B21R814qi069104 [R813LR.J]
Q0691D01M904k209 [MX12LR.J]
Q0691D03M904wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0691D99M90415cm down in whole locus [MX12LR.J]
Q0691F02M904>5si f0256 [MX12LR.J]
Q0692A21M904pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0692B21M904qi069201 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0692D01M904k209 [MX12LR.J]
Q0692D03M904wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0692D99M90420cm down in whole locus [MX12LR.J]
Q0692F02M904>5si f0256 [MX12LR.J]
Q0693A21M904pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0693B21M904qi069301 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0693B21MX11qi069301 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0693D01M904k208 [MX12LR.J]
Q0693D03M904m2914: 400N, 100E [MX12LR.J]
Q0693D06M904m2914 - 50cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0693F02M904>5si f0257 [MX12LR.J]
Q0694A21M904pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0694D01M904k208 [MX12LR.J]
Q0694D03M904m2914: 400N, 100E [MX12LR.J]
Q0694D06M904m2914 - 50cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0694F02M904>5si f0257 [MX12LR.J]
Q0695A21M905pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0695D01M905k208 [MX12LR.J]
Q0695D03M905m2918: 100N, 100E [MX12LR.J]
Q0695D06M9058672 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0695D06M9058692 @top [MX12LR.J]
Q0695D13M905m2905 (8592) + 69 (height of instrument) - 169 @top - 20 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0695F02M905>5si f0215 [MX12LR.J]
Q0696A21M905pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0696D01M905k108 [MX12LR.J]
Q0696D03M905m2907: 52S, 30E [MX12LR.J]
Q0696D06M9058641 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0696D06M9058661 @top [MX12LR.J]
Q0696D13M905m2907 (8661) + 0 (height of instrument) - 0 @top - 20 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0696F02M905>5si f0180 [MX12LR.J]
Q0697A21M905pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0697D01M905k110 [MX12LR.J]
Q0697D03M905wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0697D06M9058556 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0697D06M9058559 @top [MX12LR.J]
Q0697D13M905m2905 (8592) + 125 (height of instrument) - 92 @top - 3 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0697F02M905>5si f0237 [MX12LR.J]
Q0698A21M905pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0698D01M905k108 [MX12LR.J]
Q0698D03M905m2908: 100E, 40S [MX12LR.J]
Q0698D06M9058640 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0698D06M9058645 @top [MX12LR.J]
Q0698D13M905m2908 (8645) + 0 (height of instrument) - 0 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0698F02M905>5si f0258 [MX12LR.J]
Q0699A21M905i [MX12LR.J]
Q0699D01M905k110 [MX12LR.J]
Q0699D99M9050cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0699F02M905>5si f0260 [MX12LR.J]
Q0700A21M905pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0700D01M905k203 [MX12LR.J]
Q0700D03M905wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0700D99M9055cm down in whole locus [MX12LR.J]
Q0700F02M905>5si f0264 [MX12LR.J]
Q0701A21M905pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0701D01M905k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0701D03M905wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0701D99M9055cm down in whole locus [MX12LR.J]
Q0701F02M905>5si f0268 [MX12LR.J]
Q0702A21M905pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0702D01M905k110 [MX12LR.J]
Q0702D03M905r376: 100S [MX12LR.J]
Q0702D06M905r376 - 10cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0702F02M905>5si f0216 [MX12LR.J]
Q0703A21M907pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0703B21R813qi070301 [R813LR.J]
Q0703D01M907k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0703D03M907wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0703D99M9075cm down in whole locus [MX12LR.J]
Q0703F02M907>5si f0268 [MX12LR.J]
Q0704A21M907pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0704B21M918qi070401 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0704B21R814qi070401 [R813LR.J]
Q0704D01M907k203 [MX12LR.J]
Q0704D03M907r314: 240E [MX12LR.J]
Q0704D06M907r314 - 10cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0704F02M907>5si f0264 [MX12LR.J]
Q0705A21M907pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0705D01M907k202 [MX12LR.J]
Q0705D03M907r315: 200E, 150 S [MX12LR.J]
Q0705D06M907r315 - 10cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0705F02M907>5si f0263 [MX12LR.J]
Q0706A21M907pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0706D01M907k110 [MX12LR.J]
Q0706D03M907r376: 100S [MX12LR.J]
Q0706D06M907r376 - 5cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0706F02M907>5si f0216 [MX12LR.J]
Q0707A21M907pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0707D01M907k208 [MX12LR.J]
Q0707F02M907>5si f0257 [MX12LR.J]
Q0708A21M907pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0708D01M907k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0708D03M907m2927: 200E, 400N [MX12LR.J]
Q0708D06M9078560 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0708D06M9078570 @top [MX12LR.J]
Q0708D13M907m2927 (8570) + 0 (height of instrument) - 0 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0708F02M907>5si f0266 [MX12LR.J]
Q0709A21M907pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0709D01M907k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0709D99M90730cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0709F02M907>5si f0217 [MX12LR.J]
Q0710A21M907pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0710B21MX01qi07100301 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0710B21MX01qi07100302 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0710B21MX01qi07100303 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0710D01M907k110 [MX12LR.J]
Q0710D06M9078615 @top - 40 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0710F02M907>5si f0269 [MX12LR.J]
Q0711A21M907pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0711B21M920qi071101 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0711B21M920qi071101 [N116LR3.J]
Q0711D01M907k108 [MX12LR.J]
Q0711D03M907m2931: 400N, 15E [MX12LR.J]
Q0711D06M907m2931 - 80cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0711F02M907>5si f0270 [MX12LR.J]
Q0712A21M907p [MX12LR.J]
Q0712D01M907k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0712F02M907>5si f0267 [MX12LR.J]
Q0713A21M907pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0713D01M907k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0713D03M907r326: 12E, 18N [MX12LR.J]
Q0713D06M9078559 @top - 12 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0713F02M907>5si f0272 [MX12LR.J]
Q0714A21M908pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0714A21M908pib [MX05SB.J]
Q0714D01M908k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0714D03M908r327: 40S, 25E [MX12LR.J]
Q0714D06M9088560 @top - 20 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0714F02M908>5si f0273 [MX12LR.J]
Q0715A21M908pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0715B21R813qi071501 [R813LR.J]
Q0715B21R820qi071501 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0715D01M908k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0715D03M908r328: 100E, 40N [MX12LR.J]
Q0715D06M9088560 @top - 22 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0715F02M908>5si f0274 [MX12LR.J]
Q0716A21M908pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0716D01M908k201 [MX12LR.J]
Q0716D03M908r321: 360 N, 120E [MX12LR.J]
Q0716D06M9088510 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0716F02M908>5si f0275 [MX12LR.J]
Q0717A21M908pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0717D01M908k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0717D03M908wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0717D06M9088558 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0717D06M9088561 @top [MX12LR.J]
Q0717D13M908m2920 (8561) + 0 (height of instrument) - 0 @top - 3 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0717F02M908>5si f0265 [MX12LR.J]
Q0718A21M908pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0718D01M908k110 [MX12LR.J]
Q0718D03M908r376: 100S [MX12LR.J]
Q0718D06M908r376 - 2cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0718F02M908>5si f0216 [MX12LR.J]
Q0719A21M908pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0719D01M908k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0719D03M908r328: 100E, 40N [MX12LR.J]
Q0719D06M9088527 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0719F02M908>5si f0277 [MX12LR.J]
Q0720A21M908p [MX12LR.J]
Q0720D01M908k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0720D03M908m2917: 400N, 150W [MX12LR.J]
Q0720D06M9088545 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0720F02M908>5si f0278 [MX12LR.J]
Q0721A21M908i [MX12LR.J]
Q0721D01M908k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0721F02M908>5si f0267 [MX12LR.J]
Q0722A21M908pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0722D01M908k108 [MX12LR.J]
Q0722D06M9088870 @top - 20 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0722F02M908>5si f0279 [MX12LR.J]
Q0723A21M908pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0723B21R813qi072301 [R813LR.J]
Q0723D01M908k108 [MX12LR.J]
Q0723D06M9088850 @top - 20 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0723F02M908>5si f0279 [MX12LR.J]
Q0724A21M908pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0724D01M908k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0724F02M908>5si f0268 [MX12LR.J]
Q0725A21M908pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0725D01M908k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0725F02M908>5si f0266 [MX12LR.J]
Q0726A21M908pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0726D01M908k108 [MX12LR.J]
Q0726D06M9088830 @top - 20 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0726F02M908>5si f0279 [MX12LR.J]
Q0727A21M908pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0727D01M908k210 [MX12LR.J]
Q0727D03M908wk: 130E, 100S [MX12LR.J]
Q0727D06M9088757 @top - 58 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0727F02M908>5si f0280 [MX12LR.J]
Q0728A21M908pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0728D01M908k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0728D03M908m2927: 217W, 150N [MX12LR.J]
Q0728D06M9088569 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0728F02M908>5si f0266 [MX12LR.J]
Q0729A21M908p [MX12LR.J]
Q0729D01M908k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0729D03M908r331: 130E, 100S [MX12LR.J]
Q0729D06M9088525 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0729F02M908>5si f0277 [MX12LR.J]
Q0730A21M909pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0730D01M909k210 [MX12LR.J]
Q0730D03M909wk: 130E, 100S [MX12LR.J]
Q0730D06M9098699 @top - 20 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0730F02M909>5si f0281 [MX12LR.J]
Q0731A21M909pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0731D01M909k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0731D03M909m2927: 217W, 150N [MX12LR.J]
Q0731D06M9098569 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0731F02M909>5si f0266 [MX12LR.J]
Q0732A21M909pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0732D01M909k202 [MX12LR.J]
Q0732D03M909r337: 197E, 95N [MX12LR.J]
Q0732D06M9098544 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0732F02M909>5si f0249 [MX12LR.J]
Q0733A21M909p [MX12LR.J]
Q0733D01M909k203 [MX12LR.J]
Q0733D03M909r336: 122W, 84N [MX12LR.J]
Q0733D06M9098544 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0733F02M909>5si f0249 [MX12LR.J]
Q0734A21M909pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0734D01M909k210 [MX12LR.J]
Q0734D03M909wk: 130E, 100S [MX12LR.J]
Q0734D06M9098625 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0734F02M909>5si f0283 [MX12LR.J]
Q0735A21M909i [MX12LR.J]
Q0735D01M909k210 [MX12LR.J]
Q0735D06M9098655 @top - 31 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0735F02M909>5si f0284 [MX12LR.J]
Q0736A21M909pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0736D01M909k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0736D03M909wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0736D06M9098551 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0736F02M909>5si f0285 [MX12LR.J]
Q0737A21M909p [MX12LR.J]
Q0737D01M909k203 [MX12LR.J]
Q0737D03M909wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0737D06M9098551 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0737F02M909>5si f0286 [MX12LR.J]
Q0738A21M909pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0738D01M909k210 [MX12LR.J]
Q0738D03M909wk: 217W, 150N [MX12LR.J]
Q0738D06M9098619 @top - 30 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0738F02M909>5si f0283 [MX12LR.J]
Q0739A21M909pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0739D01M909k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0739D03M909wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0739D06M9098561 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0739F02M909>5si f0266 [MX12LR.J]
Q0740A21M909p [MX12LR.J]
Q0740D01M909k210 [MX12LR.J]
Q0740D06M9098619 @top - 30 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0740F02M909>5si f0287 [MX12LR.J]
Q0741A21M910p [MX12LR.J]
Q0741D01M910k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0741D06M9108562 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0741F02M910>5si f0266 [MX12LR.J]
Q0742A21M910pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0742D01M910k203 [MX12LR.J]
Q0742D03M910wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0742D06M9108582 @top - 8 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0742F02M910>5si f0286 [MX12LR.J]
Q0743A21M910pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0743D01M910k210 [MX12LR.J]
Q0743D03M910wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0743D06M9108549 @top - 15 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0743F02M910>5si f0283 [MX12LR.J]
Q0744A21M910pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0744D01M910k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0744D03M910wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0744D06M9108550 @top - 9 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0744F02M910>5si f0285 [MX12LR.J]
Q0745A21M910pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0745D01M910k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0745D03M910m2927: 150E, 200N [MX12LR.J]
Q0745D06M9108560 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0745F02M910>5si f0266 [MX12LR.J]
Q0746A21M910pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0746D01M910k202 [MX12LR.J]
Q0746D03M910wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0746D06M9108543 @top - 12 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0746F02M910>5si f0286 [MX12LR.J]
Q0747A21M910pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0747D01M910k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0747D03M910wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0747D06M9108541 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0747F02M910>5si f0285 [MX12LR.J]
Q0748A21M910pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0748B21R814qi074801 [R813LR.J]
Q0748D01M910k210 [MX12LR.J]
Q0748D03M910wf: 100E, 150N [MX12LR.J]
Q0748D06M9108549 @top - 30 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0748F02M910>5si f0287 [MX12LR.J]
Q0749A21M910pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0749D01M910k203 [MX12LR.J]
Q0749D03M910wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0749D06M9108540 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0749F02M910>5si f0286 [MX12LR.J]
Q0750A21M910pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0750D01M910k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0750D06M9108552 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0750F02M910>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0751A21M910pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0751D01M910k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0751D06M9108536 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0751F02M910>5si f0285 [MX12LR.J]
Q0756B21R814qi075603 [R813LR.J]
Q0759B21M920qi075901 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0759B21M920qi075901 [N116LR3.J]
Q0759B21MX11qi075901 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0760A21M911p [MX05SB.J]
Q0760D01M911k206 [MX05SB.J]
Q0760D06M9118563 @top - 10 @bottom [MX05SB.J]
Q0760F02M911>5si f0293 [MX05SB.J]
Q0761A21M911pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0761B21M911qi076101 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0761B21M911qi076102 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0761D01M911k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0761D03M911r343: 120N [MX12LR.J]
Q0761D06M9118526 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0761F02M911>5si f0291 [MX12LR.J]
Q0762A21M911p [MX12LR.J]
Q0762D01M911k210 [MX12LR.J]
Q0762D03M911wf [MX12LR.J]
Q0762D06M9118594 @top - 20 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0762F02M911>5si f0287 [MX12LR.J]
Q0763A21M911pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0763D01M911k203 [MX12LR.J]
Q0763D06M9118531 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0763F02M911>5si f0286 [MX12LR.J]
Q0764A21M911pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0764D01M911k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0764D06M9118521 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0764F02M911>5si f0285 [MX12LR.J]
Q0765A21M911pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0765D01M911k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0765D06M9118555 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0765F02M911>5si f0292 [MX12LR.J]
Q0766A21M911pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0766B21MX11qi076602 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0766D01M911k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0766D03M911m2914: 200S, 200E [MX12LR.J]
Q0766D06M9118557 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0766F02M911>5si f0294 [MX12LR.J]
Q0767A21M911pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0767D01M911k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0767D03M911wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0767D06M9118513 @top - 7 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0767F02M911>5si f0286 [MX12LR.J]
Q0768A21M911pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0768B21M920qi076801 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0768B21M920qi076801 [N116LR3.J]
Q0768D01M911k202 [MX12LR.J]
Q0768D03M911wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0768D06M9118533 @top - 15 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0768F02M911>5si f0286 [MX12LR.J]
Q0769A21M911p [MX12LR.J]
Q0769D01M911k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0769D99M9115cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0769F02M911>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0770A21M911pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0770D01M911k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0770D06M9118545 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0770F02M911>5si f0292 [MX12LR.J]
Q0771A21M911pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0771B21MX11qi077106 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0771D01M911k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0771D03M911r307: 250S, 215E [MX12LR.J]
Q0771D06M9118547 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0771F02M911>5si f0294 [MX12LR.J]
Q0772A21M911pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0772D01M911k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0772D03M911m2927: 120E, 450N [MX12LR.J]
Q0772D06M9118545 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0772F02M911>5si f0292 [MX12LR.J]
Q0773A21M911pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0773D01M911k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0773D03M911wf [MX12LR.J]
Q0773D06M9118535 @top - 20 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0773F02M911>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0774A21M912pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0774D01M912k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0774D03M912wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0774D06M9128513 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0774F02M912>5si f0286 [MX12LR.J]
Q0779A21M912pb [MX05SB.J]
Q0779D01M912k205 [MX05SB.J]
Q0779D03M912wf [MX05SB.J]
Q0779D99M91210cm down in whole feature [MX05SB.J]
Q0779F02M912>5si f0296 [MX05SB.J]
Q0780B21MX01qi07800201 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0780B21MX01qi07800202 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0780B21MX01qi07800203 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0783A21M913pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0783B21MX02qi078302 [MX04AP.J]
Q0783B21MX02qi078304 [MX04AP.J]
Q0783D01M913k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0783D03M913m2927: 150N, 150E [MX12LR.J]
Q0783D06M9138535 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0783F02M913>5si f0292 [MX12LR.J]
Q0784A21M913pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0784D01M913k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0784D03M913wf [MX12LR.J]
Q0784D06M9138749 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0784F02M913>5si f0298 [MX12LR.J]
Q0785A21M913pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0785D01M913k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0785D03M913wf [MX12LR.J]
Q0785D06M9138537 @top - 20 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0785F02M913>5si f0299 [MX12LR.J]
Q0786A21M913pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0786D01M913k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0786D03M913wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0786D06M9138545 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0786F02M913>5si f0294 [MX12LR.J]
Q0788A21M913ip [MX12LR.J]
Q0788B21MX11qi078803 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0788D01M913k203 [MX12LR.J]
Q0788D06M9138513 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0788F02M913>5si f0286 [MX12LR.J]
Q0789A21M913p [MX12LR.J]
Q0789D01M913k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0789D06M9138537 @top [MX12LR.J]
Q0789F02M913>5si f0299 [MX12LR.J]
Q0791A21M913p [MX12LR.J]
Q0791D01M913k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0791D03M913wf [MX12LR.J]
Q0791D99M91315cm down in whole feature [MX12LR.J]
Q0791F02M913>5si f0299 [MX12LR.J]
Q0792A21M914p [MX12LR.J]
Q0792D01M914k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0792D03M914wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0792D06M9148537 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0792F02M914>5si f0292 [MX12LR.J]
Q0793A21M914pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0793D01M914k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0793D03M914wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0793D06M9148537 @top - 12 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0793F02M914>5si f0294 [MX12LR.J]
Q0794A21M914pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0794D01M914k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0794D03M914wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0794D06M9148542 @top - 4 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0794F02M914>5si f0294 [MX12LR.J]
Q0795A21M914pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0795B21M920qi079501 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0795B21M920qi079501 [N116LR3.J]
Q0795D01M914k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0795D99M9145cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0795F02M914>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0796A21M914pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0796B21M914qi079601 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0796D01M914k202 [MX12LR.J]
Q0796D03M914wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0796D06M9148517 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0796F02M914>5si f0301 [MX12LR.J]
Q0797A21M914pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0797B21M920qi079702 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0797B21M920qi079702 [N116LR3.J]
Q0797D01M914k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0797D03M914r259: 200W, 200S [MX12LR.J]
Q0797D06M9148522 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0797F02M914>5si f0302 [MX12LR.J]
Q0798A21M914pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0798D01M914k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0798D03M914m2926: 150E, 100S [MX12LR.J]
Q0798D06M914m2926 - 5cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0798F02M914>5si f0306 [MX12LR.J]
Q0799A21M914pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0799D01M914k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0799D03M914r330: 150W, 150N [MX12LR.J]
Q0799D06M914r330 - 5cm down [MX12LR.J]
Q0799F02M914>5si f0306 [MX12LR.J]
Q0800A21M914p [MX12LR.J]
Q0800D01M914k202 [MX12LR.J]
Q0800D06M9148506 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0800F02M914>5si f0301 [MX12LR.J]
Q0801A21M914p [MX12LR.J]
Q0801D01M914k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0801D06M9148502 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0801F02M914>5si f0302 [MX12LR.J]
Q0802B21R816qi080202 [UZ15MM.J]
Q0811B21MX11qi081101 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0812B21M915qi081201 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0813A21M916p [MX12LR.J]
Q0813D01M916k208 [MX12LR.J]
Q0813D06M9168558 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0813F02M916>5si f0307 [MX12LR.J]
Q0814A21M916pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0814D01M916k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0814F02M916>5si f0309 [MX12LR.J]
Q0815A21M916pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0815D01M916k208 [MX12LR.J]
Q0815F02M916>5si f0308 [MX12LR.J]
Q0816A21M916i [MX12LR.J]
Q0816D01M916k108 [MX12LR.J]
Q0816F02M916>5si f0157 [MX12LR.J]
Q0817A21M916bpi [MX12LR.J]
Q0817D01M916k110 [MX12LR.J]
Q0817F02M916>5si f0206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0818A21M916pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0818D01M916k209 [MX12LR.J]
Q0818F02M916>5si f0307 [MX12LR.J]
Q0819A21M916pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0819D01M916k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0819F02M916>5si f0310 [MX12LR.J]
Q0820A21M916p [MX12LR.J]
Q0820D01M916k208 [MX12LR.J]
Q0820D99M91650cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0820F02M916>5si f0311 [MX12LR.J]
Q0821A21M916pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0821D01M916k208 [MX12LR.J]
Q0821D99M91650cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0821F02M916>5si f0312 [MX12LR.J]
Q0822A21M916p [MX12LR.J]
Q0822D01M916k208 [MX12LR.J]
Q0822F02M916>5si f0312 [MX12LR.J]
Q0823B21MX11qi082302 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0826A21M918i [MX12LR.J]
Q0826D01M918k210 [MX12LR.J]
Q0826F02M918>5si f0109 [MX12LR.J]
Q0827A21M918pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0827D01M918k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0827D03M918wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0827D06M9188498 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0827F02M918>5si f0315 [MX12LR.J]
Q0828A21M918pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0828B21MX11qi082805 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0828D01M918k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0828D03M918m2918: 400W, 100N [MX12LR.J]
Q0828D06M9188549 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0828F02M918>5si f0313 [MX12LR.J]
Q0829A21M918pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0829B21MX11qi082901 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0829D01M918k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0829D06M9188492 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0829F02M918>5si f0313 [MX12LR.J]
Q0830A21M918p [MX12LR.J]
Q0830D01M918k203 [MX12LR.J]
Q0830D06M9188499 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0830F02M918>5si f0314 [MX12LR.J]
Q0831A21M918pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0831D01M918k202 [MX12LR.J]
Q0831F02M918>5si f0301 [MX12LR.J]
Q0837B21M920qi083708 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0837B21M920qi083708 [N116LR3.J]
Q0841B21MX02qi084101 [MX04AP.J]
Q0842B21M920qi084202 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0842B21M920qi084202 [N116LR3.J]
Q0842B21M920qi084299 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0847A21M921pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0847B21M922qi084702 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0847B21M922qi084702 [N116LR3.J]
Q0847B21MX02qi084701 [MX04AP.J]
Q0847B21MX02qi084703 [MX04AP.J]
Q0847D01M921k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0847D03M921wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0847D06M9218488 @top - 15 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0847F02M921>5si f0315 [MX12LR.J]
Q0848A21M921pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0848B21MX02qi084801 [MX04AP.J]
Q0848B21MX02qi084802 [MX04AP.J]
Q0848D01M921k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0848D03M921wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0848D06M9218508 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0848F02M921>5si f0313 [MX12LR.J]
Q0849A21M921pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0849B21MX02qi084901 [MX04AP.J]
Q0849D01M921k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0849D03M921r366: 50W, 50S [MX12LR.J]
Q0849D06M9218510 @top - 25 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0849F02M921>5si f0320 [MX12LR.J]
Q0850A21M921pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0850B21M922qi085003 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0850B21MX01qi08500401 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0850B21MX01qi08500402 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0850B21MX02qi085001 [MX04AP.J]
Q0850B21MX02qi085002 [MX04AP.J]
Q0850B21MX02qi085005 [MX04AP.J]
Q0850D01M921k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0850D03M921wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0850D06M9218511 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0850F02M921>5si f0313 [MX12LR.J]
Q0851A21M921pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0851B21M922qi085101 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0851D01M921k202 [MX12LR.J]
Q0851D06M9218497 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0851F02M921>5si f0317 [MX12LR.J]
Q0852A21M921pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0852B21M922qi085201 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0852B21M922qi085201 [N116LR3.J]
Q0852B21M922qi085203 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0852B21M922qi085203 [N116LR3.J]
Q0852B21MX02qi085202 [MX04AP.J]
Q0852B21MX02qi085204 [MX04AP.J]
Q0852B21MX02qi085205 [MX04AP.J]
Q0852B21MX02qi085206 [MX04AP.J]
Q0852B21MX02qi085207 [MX04AP.J]
Q0852D01M921k108 [MX12LR.J]
Q0852D06M9218586 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0852F02M921>5si f0190 [MX12LR.J]
Q0853A21M921p [MX12LR.J]
Q0853D01M921k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0853D03M921wf [MX12LR.J]
Q0853D99M9215cm down in whole feature [MX12LR.J]
Q0853F02M921>5si f0206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0854A21M921p [MX12LR.J]
Q0854D01M921k202 [MX12LR.J]
Q0854D06M9218483 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0854F02M921>5si f0317 [MX12LR.J]
Q0855A21M921pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0855B21M922qi085505 [-MX12-99.J]
Q0855B21MX01qi08550401 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0855B21MX01qi08550402 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0855B21MX02qi085502 [MX04AP.J]
Q0855B21MX02qi085503 [MX04AP.J]
Q0855D01M921k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0855D03M921m2916: 250N, 150E [MX12LR.J]
Q0855D06M9218510 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0855F02M921>5si f0313 [MX12LR.J]
Q0856A21M921pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0856B21MX02qi085601 [MX04AP.J]
Q0856B21MX02qi085602 [MX04AP.J]
Q0856D01M921k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0856D03M921m2918: 200W, 300N [MX12LR.J]
Q0856D06M9218659 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0856F02M921>5si f0313 [MX12LR.J]
Q0857A21M921ip [MX12LR.J]
Q0857D01M921k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0857D06M9218504 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0857F02M921>5si f0313 [MX12LR.J]
Q0858A21M922pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0858D01M922k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0858D03M922r261: 150S, 200E [MX12LR.J]
Q0858D06M9228480 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0858F02M922>5si f0206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0859A21M922pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0859B21MX01qi085901 [MX04AP.J]
Q0859B21MX01qi085903 [MX04AP.J]
Q0859B21MX01qi085905 [MX04AP.J]
Q0859B21MX02qi085902 [MX04AP.J]
Q0859D01M922k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0859D03M922wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0859D06M9228504 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0859F02M922>5si f0313 [MX12LR.J]
Q0860B21MX01qi086001 [MX04AP.J]
Q0860B21MX01qi086002 [MX04AP.J]
Q0861B21MX01qi086101 [MX04AP.J]
Q0861B21MX01qi086102 [MX04AP.J]
Q0861B21MX01qi086103 [MX04AP.J]
Q0861B21R827qp086115 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0861-P15O02R827L_V20q1604 A16q0861-p15 Q821 x section.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
Q0862A21M922pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0862B21MX11qi086201 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0862D01M922k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0862D03M922wk [MX12LR.J]
Q0862D06M9228495 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0862F02M922>5si f0313 [MX12LR.J]
Q0863A21M922p [MX12LR.J]
Q0863D01M922k208 [MX12LR.J]
Q0863D06M9228493 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0863F02M922>5si f0315 [MX12LR.J]
Q0864A21M922pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0864B21MX01qi086401 [MX04AP.J]
Q0864B21MX01qi086402 [MX04AP.J]
Q0864B21MX01qi086403 [MX04AP.J]
Q0864B21MX01qi086405 [MX04AP.J]
Q0864B21MX01qi086406 [MX04AP.J]
Q0864B21MX01qi086407 [MX04AP.J]
Q0864B21MX01qi086408 [MX04AP.J]
Q0864B21MX01qi086409 [MX04AP.J]
Q0864B21MX02qi086404 [MX04AP.J]
Q0864B21MX02qi086410 [MX04AP.J]
Q0864D01M922k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0864D06M9228473 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0864F02M922>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0865A21M922p [MX12LR.J]
Q0865D01M922k201 [MX12LR.J]
Q0865D06M9228505 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0865F02M922>5si f0255 [MX12LR.J]
Q0866A21M922pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0866D01M922k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0866D03M922wf [MX12LR.J]
Q0866D99M9222cm down in whole feature [MX12LR.J]
Q0866F02M922>5si f0320 [MX12LR.J]
Q0867A21M922pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0867B21MX01qi086701 [MX04AP.J]
Q0867B21MX01qi086702 [MX04AP.J]
Q0867D01M922k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0867D03M922m2917: 100E, 250S [MX12LR.J]
Q0867D06M9228530 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0867F02M922>5si f0322 [MX12LR.J]
Q0868A21M922pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0868B21MX01qi08680101 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0868B21MX01qi08680102 [MX04AP2.J]
Q0868B21MX01qi086802 [MX04AP.J]
Q0868B21MX01qi086803 [MX04AP.J]
Q0868B21MX01qi086804 [MX04AP.J]
Q0868D01M922k207 [MX12LR.J]
Q0868D06M9228490 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0868F02M922>5si f0313 [MX12LR.J]
Q0869A21M922p [MX12LR.J]
Q0869D01M922k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0869D06M9228460 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0869F02M922>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0870B21MX11qi087001 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0870B21MX11qi087002 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0870B21MX11qi087003 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0870B21MX11qi087004 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0871B21MX11qi087101 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0871B21MX11qi087102 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0871B21MX11qi08710301 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0871B21MX11qi08710302 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0871B21MX11qi08710303 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0871B21MX11qi08710304 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0871B21MX11qi087104 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0871B21MX11qi087105 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0871B21MX11qi087106 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0871B21MX11qi087107 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0872B21MX11qi087201 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0873B21MX11qi087302 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0874B21MX11qi087401 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0874B21MX11qi087402 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0875B21MX11qi087501 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0876A21M923pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0876B21MX11qi087601 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0876B21MX11qi087602 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0876B21MX11qi087603 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0876B21MX11qi087604 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0876D01M923k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0876D99M92315cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0876F02M923>5si f0324 [MX12LR.J]
Q0877A21M923p [MX12LR.J]
Q0877D01M923k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0877F02M923>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0878A21M923pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0878B21MX11qi087801 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0878D01M923k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0878F02M923>5si f0318 [MX12LR.J]
Q0879A21M923pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0879B21MX11qi087901 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0879D01M923k209 [MX12LR.J]
Q0879D99M92310cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0879F02M923>5si f0325 [MX12LR.J]
Q0880A21M923pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0880D01M923k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0880D99M92310cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0880F02M923>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0881A21M923pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0881B21MX11qi088101 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0881D01M923k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0881D06M9238512 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0881F02M923>5si f0306 [MX12LR.J]
Q0882A21M923pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0882D01M923k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0882D99M92310cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0882F02M923>5si f0324 [MX12LR.J]
Q0883A21M923p [MX12LR.J]
Q0883D01M923k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0883D99M92310cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0883F02M923>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0884A21M924pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0884B21MX11qi088401 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0884B21MX11qi088402 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0884D01M924k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0884D06M9248532 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0884F02M924>5si f0325 [MX12LR.J]
Q0885A21M924pbi [MX12LR.J]
Q0885B21MX11qi088501 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0885B21MX11qi088502 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0885B21MX11qi088599 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0885D01M924k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0885D06M9248520 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0885F02M924>5si f0306 [MX12LR.J]
Q0886A21M924pib [MX12LR.J]
Q0886B21MX11qi088602 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0886B21MX11qi088603 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0886B21MX11qi088604 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0886B21R814qi088602 [R813LR.J]
Q0886D01M924k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0886D06M9248359 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0886F02M924>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0887A21M924p [MX12LR.J]
Q0887D01M924k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0887D06M9248502 @top - 5 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0887F02M924>5si f0329 [MX12LR.J]
Q0888A21M924p [MX12LR.J]
Q0888B21R827qp088809 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0888D01M924k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0888D06M9248350 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0888F02M924>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0888-P09O02R827L_V20q1605 A16q0888-p09 Q821 x section.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
Q0889A21M924p [MX12LR.J]
Q0889D01M924k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0889D06M9248340 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0889F02M924>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0890A21M924p [MX12LR.J]
Q0890D01M924k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0890D06M9248330 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0890F02M924>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0891A21M924pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0891B21MX11qi089101 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0891D01M924k108 [MX12LR.J]
Q0891D06M9248488 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0891F02M924>5si f0330 [MX12LR.J]
Q0892A21M924pb [MX12LR.J]
Q0892B21R827qp089211 [A16V-R^.J]
Q0892D01M924k209 [MX12LR.J]
Q0892D06M9248509 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0892F02M924>5si f0325 [MX12LR.J]
Q0892-P11O02R827L_V20q1606 A16q0892-p11 Q821 x section.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
Q0893A21M924pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0893B21MX11qi089301 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0893B21MX11qi089302 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0893D01M924k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0893D06M9248486 @top - 10 @bottom [MX12LR.J]
Q0893F02M924>5si f0318 [MX12LR.J]
Q0894A21M924p [MX12LR.J]
Q0894D01M924k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0894F02M924>5si f0318 [MX12LR.J]
Q0895A21M924bp [MX12LR.J]
Q0895D01M924k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0895F02M924>5si f0331 [MX12LR.J]
Q0897B21MX10qi089705 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0897B21MX11qi089799 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0899B21MX11qi089902 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0900A21M926pi [MX12LR.J]
Q0900B21MX10qi090002 [-MX12-A.J]
Q0900B21MX11qi090001 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0900B21MX11qi090002 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0900B21R814qi090001 [R813LR.J]
Q0900D01M926k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0900D99M92620cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0900F02M926>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0901A21M926p [MX12LR.J]
Q0901D01M926k205 [MX12LR.J]
Q0901D99M92620cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0901F02M926>5si f0289 [MX12LR.J]
Q0902A21M926i [MX12LR.J]
Q0902B21MX11qi090201 [MX12LR4.J]
Q0902D01M926k204 [MX12LR.J]
Q0902D99M9265cm excavated [MX12LR.J]
Q0902F02M926>5si f0337 [MX12LR.J]
Q0907A21M926i [MX12LR.J]
Q0907D01M926k206 [MX12LR.J]
Q0907F02M926>5si f0300 [MX12LR.J]
Q0908B21MX02qi090801 [MX04AP.J]
QI000301B11L615flat clay artifact with rounded edges and fingerprints visible on both sides [N129LR.J]
QI000301J04L6153.85 [-M726-A.J]
QI000301J07L6151 [-M726-A.J]
QI000301K03L615CLAY [-M726-A.J]
QI000402B11L615thin long piece of rounded metal that forms a circular shape [-M726-A.J]
QI000403A20L615laf [-M726-A.J]
QI000403A21L615debitage [-M726-A.J]
QI000403B11L615two tertiary flakes, one is darker in color and larger [-M726-A.J]
QI000403B20L6152 [-M726-A.J]
QI000404A21L611cl [L626SV.J]
QI000404A40L611sealing [L703TR.J]
QI000404A40L611sealing impression [-M726-A.J]
QI000404B11L611gray clay lump with thin lines visible on one side [-M726-A.J]
QI000404J02L6114 [-M726-A.J]
QI000404J03L6112.5 [-M726-A.J]
QI000404J07L6110.7 [-M726-A.J]
QI000404K03L611CLAY [-M726-A.J]
QI000404K99L611possibly a piece of sealing clay [L626SV.J]
QI000450A21L615kw [-M726-A.J]
QI000450A40L611slag [L626SV.J]
QI000450B11L615pieces of kiln waste, green with bubbles. [N129LR.J]
QI000450B11L615pieces of slag, green with bubbles, one looks like a ceramic sherd that has been over fired [-M726-A.J]
QI000450B20L6155 [-M726-A.J]
QI000501A21L611fg [L626SV.J]
QI000501B11L611Body of an animal figurine [N129LR.J]
QI000501B20L6111 [-M726-A.J]
QI000501J02L6114.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI000501K03L611CLAY [-M726-A.J]
QI000501K05L611gray [N129LR.J]
QI000501K99L611animal body [L626SV.J]
QI000501P99L611sent to rAH [-M726-A.J]
QI000502A21L611fg [L626SV.J]
QI000502B11L611Leg of an animal figurine tapered at the bottom and widening in diameter at the top [N129LR.J]
QI000502J02L6112.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI000502J07L6111.6 [-M726-A.J]
QI000502K03L611^CL [-M726-A.J]
QI000502K99L611figurine leg [L626SV.J]
QI000502P99L611sent to rah [-M726-A.J]
QI000503A21L611gr [L626SV.J]
QI000503K99L611mortar or pestle [L626SV.J]
QI000601A20L611caf [L626SV.J]
QI000601A21L611bd [L626SV.J]
QI000601B11L611ceramic bead, perforated at center with rounded edges [N129LR.J]
QI000601J04L6111.5 [L626SV.J]
QI000601J04L6111.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI000601J07L6110.6 [-M726-A.J]
QI000601K03L611CLAY [-M726-A.J]
QI000602A20L611laf [L626SV.J]
QI000602A21L611uc [L626SV.J]
QI000602K99L611basalt stone [L626SV.J]
QI000701A20L611laf [L626SV.J]
QI000701A21L611debitage [L626SV.J]
QI000701B11L615flint tertiary flake [-M726-A.J]
QI000701J02L6111.8 [L626SV.J]
QI000701J03L6111.5 [L626SV.J]
QI000701J07L6150.7 [-M726-A.J]
QI000701K03L611LI [L626SV.J]
QI001001A20L611laf [L626SV.J]
QI001001A21L611uc [L626SV.J]
QI001001K03L611LI [L626SV.J]
QI001001K99L611rounded at sides with flat top and bottom circular protrusion [L626SV.J]
QI001002A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI001002B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes; proximal left ulna broken at shaft and one intermediate phalanx of the hand. [UZ15MM.J]
QI001002D01R818k3 [UZ15MM.J]
QI001002F02R818>5si f0002 [UZ15MM.J]
QI001002O02R820L_V20d5037 A16q10.2 R820 lR ta human bones in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI001101A20L611laf [L626SV.J]
QI001101A21L611door socket [L626SV.J]
QI001101K99L611half socket-door [L626SV.J]
QI001102A21L611cl [L626SV.J]
QI001102K99L611clay lump with impression [L626SV.J]
QI001103A21L611bd [L626SV.J]
QI001103B11L613a red bead, perforated at the center, rounded edges [L703TR.J]
QI001103J04L6131.6 [-M726-A.J]
QI001103J07L6130.5 [-M726-A.J]
QI001103K03L613LI [-M726-A.J]
QI001104A21R814hb [R813LR.J]
QI001104B11R814Human bones found in animal bone q-lot: One clavicle of an infant, left side; one fragment of the left temporal (subadult) with internal auditory meatus intact. These bones likely are associated with A16q17, infant teeth aged 8 months to 1.5 yrs and one permanent premolar at full development. [R813LR.J]
QI001104D01R814k5 [R813LR.J]
QI001104F02R814>5si f0003 [R813LR.J]
QI001150A21L615gr [-M726-A.J]
QI001150B11L615fragment of a possible grinding stone. Basalt with large holes, porous [-M726-A.J]
QI001150J02L6154.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI001150J03L6153 [-M726-A.J]
QI001150J07L6152 [-M726-A.J]
QI001151A21L611kw [N129LR.J]
QI001151A40L611sealing [-M726-A.J]
QI001151B11L611kiln waste [-M726-A.J]
QI001201A21L611wh [L626SV.J]
QI001201B11L613a flat clay object with rounded sides, broken in half [-M726-A.J]
QI001201B11L615type 4 wheel, perforated [-M726-A.J]
QI001201J04L6153.75 [-M726-A.J]
QI001201J07L6152 [-M726-A.J]
QI001201K03L611CL [L626SV.J]
QI001201K99L611round clay artifact [L626SV.J]
QI001250A21L615sm [-M726-A.J]
QI001250B11L615charcoal sample [-M726-A.J]
QI001301A21L611fg [L626SV.J]
QI001301B11L613head of a ram figurine [-M726-A.J]
QI001301J01L6133.3 [-M726-A.J]
QI001301J07L6131.7 [-M726-A.J]
QI001301K03L611CL [L626SV.J]
QI001301K99L611head of animal figurine [L626SV.J]
QI001301P99L613sent to rAH [-M726-A.J]
QI001701A21R814hb [R813LR.J]
QI001701B11R814Human bones found in animal bone q-lot; infant teeth aged 8 months to 1.5 yrs and one permanent premolar at full development. See A16q11, also from same feature containing human bones. [R813LR.J]
QI001701D01R814k5 [R813LR.J]
QI001701F02R814>5si f0003 [R813LR.J]
QI001901A20L611caf [L626SV.J]
QI001901A21L611uk [L626SV.J]
QI001901B11L611circular clay artifact with flat surface [L626SV.J]
QI001901J01L6112.5 [L626SV.J]
QI001901J02L6114.7 [L626SV.J]
QI001950A21L615lithic specimen [N129LR.J]
QI001950B11L615river cobble; flat surfaces smooth rounded edges, broken at one end, not worked [-M726-A.J]
QI001950J02L6153.2 [-M726-A.J]
QI001950J03L6152.9 [-M726-A.J]
QI001950J07L61510.2 [-M726-A.J]
QI001950K99L611smooth flat pebble broken at the center [L626SV.J]
QI0019S1A20L615laf [-M726-A.J]
QI0019S1A21L615uc [-M726-A.J]
QI0019S1B11L615round stone with one flat surface; semi-circular sides are also smooth and creates a curve; the base is larger [N129LR.J]
QI0019S1J02L6154.5 [-M726-A.J]
QI0019S1J03L6152.6 [-M726-A.J]
QI0019S1J07L6152.2 [-M726-A.J]
QI002001A21L611fg [L626SV.J]
QI002001B11L615leg of a figurine [-M726-A.J]
QI002001J01L6153 [-M726-A.J]
QI002001J03L6111.5 [L626SV.J]
QI002001J07L6151.3 [-M726-A.J]
QI002001K03L615CLAY [N129LR.J]
QI002002B11L615clay artifact with one flat side, other side has a protrusion that is smoothed out [-M726-A.J]
QI002002J02L6116 [L626SV.J]
QI002002J03L6114.2 [L626SV.J]
QI002002K03L611CLAY [L626SV.J]
QI002101A20L611laf [L626SV.J]
QI002101A21L611flake [L626SV.J]
QI002101B11L615thin flake of obsidian [-M726-A.J]
QI002101J02L6151.29 [-M726-A.J]
QI002101J03L6150.65 [-M726-A.J]
QI002101J07L6150.7 [-M726-A.J]
QI002101K03L611OB [L626SV.J]
QI002101K99L611obsidian microlith [L626SV.J]
QI002250A21L615sg [-M726-A.J]
QI002250A21L615sm [-M726-A.J]
QI002250B11L615charcoal [-M726-A.J]
QI002250B11L615large piece of slag/kiln waste, green with bubbles [-M726-A.J]
QI002250B20L6151 [-M726-A.J]
QI002251A21L611slag [L626SV.J]
QI002251A21L615kw [N129LR.J]
QI002251K99L611slag [L626SV.J]
QI002252A21L611cb [L626SV.J]
QI002252K99L611charcoal sample [L626SV.J]
QI002253A21L615sp [L703TR.J]
QI002253A99L615tagged as A16q22-s3 [L703TR.J]
QI002301A20L611caf [L626SV.J]
QI002301A21L611bd [L626SV.J]
QI002301B11L611rounded clay artifact, found next to the wall [L626SV.J]
QI002301B11L615black brown clay bead, rounded at the edges with perforation at center [N129LR.J]
QI002301J03L6112 [L626SV.J]
QI002301J07L6111.2 [L626SV.J]
QI002301K03L615^CL [-M726-A.J]
QI002401A21L611gr [L626SV.J]
QI002401B11L611grinding stone inside a large Khabur jar (i2) [L626SV.J]
QI002401B11L615basalt stone; dark gray with large holes(porous) flat and smooth on one surface; possibly grinding stone [-M726-A.J]
QI002401J02L6159.4 [-M726-A.J]
QI002401J03L6158.9 [-M726-A.J]
QI002401J07L6154.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI002701B11L620large piece of obsidian, flake worked [-M726-A.J]
QI002701J02L6205.7 [-M726-A.J]
QI002701J07L6201.3 [-M726-A.J]
QI002702B11L618elongated round bead perforated at center [N129LR.J]
QI002702J02L6181.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI002702J04L6180.9 [-M726-A.J]
QI002703A20L618caf [L626SV.J]
QI002703A21L618uk [L626SV.J]
QI002703B11L624worked ceramic sherd [L708SV.J]
QI002703J02L6244.52 [L708SV.J]
QI002703J03L6243.59 [L708SV.J]
QI002703K03L624CL [L708SV.J]
QI002703K99L618worked potsherd [L626SV.J]
QI002704B11L618ls [L626SV.J]
QI002704K03L618WASHED STONE [L626SV.J]
QI002704K03L624LI [L708SV.J]
QI002750A21L618debitage [L626SV.J]
QI002750K99L6183 small lithic flakes [L626SV.J]
QI002802B11L618square piece of clay broken at one side, inside is reddish-brown with the top surface layer a gray color [-M726-A.J]
QI002802J03L6186.6 [-M726-A.J]
QI002802J04L6184.5 [-M726-A.J]
QI002802J07L6182.3 [-M726-A.J]
QI002901A20L618maf [L626SV.J]
QI002901A21L618needle [L626SV.J]
QI002901A40L618pin [L626SV.J]
QI002901B11L618thin metal pin [-M726-A.J]
QI002901J02L6184.9 [-M726-A.J]
QI002901P99L618to Conservation [-M726-A.J]
QI002902A21L618fg [L626SV.J]
QI002902B11L618body of an animal figurine [N129LR.J]
QI002902J01L6183 [-M726-A.J]
QI002902J02L6184.7 [-M726-A.J]
QI002902J07L6182.3 [-M726-A.J]
QI002902K03L618^CL [-M726-A.J]
QI002902K99L618torso of a quadruped figurine [L626SV.J]
QI002902P99L618to rAH [-M726-A.J]
QI003001A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI003001B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes; the distal end of the right humerus with the lateral epicondyle broken and eight rib fragments (two vertebral ends). [UZ15MM.J]
QI003001D01R818k3 [UZ15MM.J]
QI003001F02R818>5si f0002 [UZ15MM.J]
QI003301A20L618caf [L626SV.J]
QI003301A21L618uk [L626SV.J]
QI003301B11L618clay artifact with a round long base, a conical cup like top, rounded and shallow with a slight pinching at one end [-M726-A.J]
QI003301J01L6185 [-M726-A.J]
QI003301J04L6186.6 [-M726-A.J]
QI003301K03L618^CL [-M726-A.J]
QI003301K99L618possibly a base for figurine [L626SV.J]
QI003302A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI003302B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes; distal end and shaft of the right humerus broken, fragment of the left acetabula and ischial ramus, one vertebral end of rib, and several small fragments of the illium. [UZ15MM.J]
QI003302D01R818k3 [UZ15MM.J]
QI003302F02R818>5si f0002 [UZ15MM.J]
QI003302O02R820L_V20d5035 A16q33.2 R820 lR ta human bones in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI003302O02R827L_V20d5041 A16q33.2 R827 lR ta human bones in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI003401A20L618caf [L626SV.J]
QI003401A21L618uk [L626SV.J]
QI003401K99L618brick like shape [L626SV.J]
QI003701A20L618caf [-M726-A.J]
QI003701A21L618bd [-M726-A.J]
QI003701B11L618dark gray bead with perferation; pinched ends making a squarish bead [-M726-A.J]
QI003701J02L6181.4 [-M726-A.J]
QI003701J03L6181 [-M726-A.J]
QI003701K03L618^CL [-M726-A.J]
QI003701K99L618bead, found within bricks of w f4 [L626SV.J]
QI004001A21L618wh [L626SV.J]
QI004001J01L6185 [L626SV.J]
QI004001K03L618^CL [L626SV.J]
QI004001K99L618broken [L626SV.J]
QI004201A21L620cl [-M726-A.J]
QI004201A40L619sealing [L626SV.J]
QI004201B11L620gray clay lump [-M726-A.J]
QI004201K99L619clay sealing [L626SV.J]
QI004202A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI004202B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes: one complete cervical vertebra with both transverse processes bifurcated along with the spinous process. Superiour body shows activiy at the posterior end, new bone growth visible. [UZ15MM.J]
QI004202D01R818k3 [UZ15MM.J]
QI004202F02R818>5si f0047 [UZ15MM.J]
QI004301A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI004301B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes; right talus, right distal humeral head, distal end and portion of right shaft of humerus, left proximal radius with portion of shaft, cranial fragment of occipital, femoral shaft right side, small fragment of a femoral epicondyle side unknown, left metacarpal #4, several fragments of long bone shafts, and fragments of ribs. Several animal bones are present in the bag. [UZ15MM.J]
QI004301D01R818k3 [UZ15MM.J]
QI004301F02R818>5si f0002 [UZ15MM.J]
QI004301O02R820L_V20d5036 A16q43.1 R820 lR ta human bones in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI004401A21L619la [L626SV.J]
QI004401K99L6195 lithic artifacts [L626SV.J]
QI004501A20L619cv [L626SV.J]
QI004501A21L619handle [L626SV.J]
QI004501B11L620fragment of a handle from a vessel [-M726-A.J]
QI004501J02L6202.9 [-M726-A.J]
QI004501J07L6202.5 [-M726-A.J]
QI004501K99L619possibly figurine fragment [L626SV.J]
QI004550A21L619cb [L626SV.J]
QI004550K99L619charcoal sample [L626SV.J]
QI0045S2A21L620kw [N129LR.J]
QI0045S2B11L620green piece of kiln waste, bubbles, shiny green [N129LR.J]
QI0045S2B11L620green piece of slag, bubbles, shiny green [-M726-A.J]
QI004601A21L619bl [L626SV.J]
QI004601J02L6191.5 [L626SV.J]
QI004601K99L619obsidian flake [L626SV.J]
QI004801A21L619cl [L626SV.J]
QI004801B11L620hard gray clay lump [-M726-A.J]
QI004802A21L619cl [L626SV.J]
QI004850A21L619sm [L626SV.J]
QI004850B11L620small piece of shell [-M726-A.J]
QI004850K03L619SHELL [L626SV.J]
QI005101A20L619laf [L626SV.J]
QI005101A21L619uc [L626SV.J]
QI005101A40L619grinding stone [L626SV.J]
QI005101B11L624worked stone, possible stone tool, rectangular in shape [L708SV.J]
QI005101J02L6247.59 [L708SV.J]
QI005101J03L6244.82 [L708SV.J]
QI005101K03L624LI [L708SV.J]
QI005101K99L619possibly grinding stone [L626SV.J]
QI005201A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI005201B11R816fragment of humeral head. Bone found in the animal q-lots and identified today while preparing the animal bones for analysis. [UZ15MM.J]
QI005201D01R816k103 [UZ15MM.J]
QI005201F02R816>5si f0047 [UZ15MM.J]
QI005201O02R820L_V20d5038 A16q52.1 R820 lR ta human bone in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI005401A21L620kwr [-M726-A.J]
QI005401B11L620green in color, large piece of kiln waste with many pieces of pottery all melted together; painted lines visible [-M726-A.J]
QI005401J01L62017 [L626SV.J]
QI005401J02L62010 [L626SV.J]
QI005401K99L620kiln waste [L626SV.J]
QI005402A21L620ta-o [L626SV.J]
QI005402B11L620square piece of tannur or burnt clay [L703TR.J]
QI005402B11L624Over-fired clay object, square in shape similar to a brick. [L708SV.J]
QI005402B11L624overfired clay artifact, square piece, perhaps a brick [L708SV.J]
QI005402J02L62010.2 [-M726-A.J]
QI005402J03L6207.1 [-M726-A.J]
QI005402J07L6204 [-M726-A.J]
QI005402K99L620tannur piece [L626SV.J]
QI005501A21L620bl [L703TR.J]
QI005501B11L620lithic blade, flat on one side, worked on the other side [-M726-A.J]
QI005501J02L6202 [-M726-A.J]
QI005501J03L6201.35 [-M726-A.J]
QI005501J07L6200.4 [-M726-A.J]
QI005501K03L620OB [-M726-A.J]
QI005501K99L620obsidian blade [L626SV.J]
QI005701B11L620thin piece of obsidian possibly a fragment of a blade or scraper [-M726-A.J]
QI005701J02L6201.9 [-M726-A.J]
QI005701J03L6201.7 [-M726-A.J]
QI005701J07L6200.2 [-M726-A.J]
QI005701K03L620OB [-M726-A.J]
QI006101A21L620bl [L626SV.J]
QI006101B11L620chert blade or scraper, pressure flaking visible on the edge [-M726-A.J]
QI006101J02L6202.7 [-M726-A.J]
QI006101J03L6201.9 [-M726-A.J]
QI006101J07L6200.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI006101K99L620blade [L626SV.J]
QI006301A21L620bl [L626SV.J]
QI006301B11L620obsidian flake [-M726-A.J]
QI006301J02L6202.1 [-M726-A.J]
QI006301J03L6201.2 [-M726-A.J]
QI006301J07L6200.4 [-M726-A.J]
QI006301K03L620OB [-M726-A.J]
QI006301K99L620blade [L626SV.J]
QI006302A21L620sl [L626SV.J]
QI006302A40L620sealing impression [-M726-A.J]
QI006302B11L620fragment of sealing clay with finger impressions [-M726-A.J]
QI006302J02L6202.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI006302J03L6202.3 [-M726-A.J]
QI006302J07L6200.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI006302K03L620CLAY [-M726-A.J]
QI006303A20L624laf [L708SV.J]
QI006303A21L624uc [L708SV.J]
QI006303B11L624piece of basalt [L708SV.J]
QI006303J01L6248 [L708SV.J]
QI006303J02L62413 [L708SV.J]
QI006303J03L6247 [L708SV.J]
QI006303K03L624BASALT [L708SV.J]
QI006350A21L620sm [L626SV.J]
QI006350B11L620fragment of a white shell [-M726-A.J]
QI006350J03L6201.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI006350J07L6200.1 [-M726-A.J]
QI006350K03L620SH [-M726-A.J]
QI006351A21L620sm [L626SV.J]
QI006351B11L620seeds [-M726-A.J]
QI006351K99L620sample [L626SV.J]
QI006701B11L623lithic flake [L705TR.J]
QI006701J01L6231.5 [L705TR.J]
QI006701J02L6235 [L705TR.J]
QI006701J03L6232.8 [L705TR.J]
QI006701K03L623LI [L705TR.J]
QI006702B11L623fragment of flint with a triangular section and lateral retouches on both sides: perhaps a blade [L705TR.J]
QI006702J02L6232 [L705TR.J]
QI006702J03L6232.3 [L705TR.J]
QI006702K03L623LI [L705TR.J]
QI006801A20L623caf [L705TR.J]
QI006801A21L623uk [L705TR.J]
QI006801B11SVTwo fragments of an andiron, one of them shows part of the andiron's wing in the upper corner; it is rectangular in shape; the first two sides are flat, the other two sides are broken and burnt. [--L705TR.J]
QI006801J01L6234 [L705TR.J]
QI006801J01L6236 [L705TR.J]
QI006801J02L62310 [L705TR.J]
QI006801J02L6239 [L705TR.J]
QI006801J03L6235.5 [L705TR.J]
QI006801K03L623CL [L705TR.J]
QI006803A20L623caf [L705TR.J]
QI006803A21L623uk [L705TR.J]
QI006803B11L623possible fragment of a goblet's foot, the base is broken [L705TR.J]
QI006803J02L6234 [L705TR.J]
QI006803J04L6231.7 [L705TR.J]
QI006803J05L6232.3 [L705TR.J]
QI006803K03L623CL [L705TR.J]
QI006804A21L623fg [L705TR.J]
QI006804B11L623fragment very ruined, probably part of a figurine [L705TR.J]
QI006804J01L6233.2 [L705TR.J]
QI006804J02L6235 [L705TR.J]
QI006804J03L6233 [L705TR.J]
QI006804K03L623CL [L705TR.J]
QI007501A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI007501B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes; one thoracic vertebra with a compression fracture on left lateral end that is most noticeable on the inferior surface of the centrum. [UZ15MM.J]
QI007501D01R818k7 [UZ15MM.J]
QI007501F02R818>5si f0021 [UZ15MM.J]
QI007801B11L623rectangular stone, one side is rounded and the others are flat; purpose unknown [L705TR.J]
QI007801J01L6232.5 [L705TR.J]
QI007801J02L6235.5 [L705TR.J]
QI007801J03L6235 [L705TR.J]
QI007801K03L623LI [L705TR.J]
QI007802A21L624fg [L707SV.J]
QI007802K03L624^CL [L707SV2.J]
QI008001A21L624sh [L707SV.J]
QI008001B11L624oliva shell spiral, pinkish in color; top appears perforated. [L707SV.J]
QI008001J02L6241.4 [L707SV.J]
QI008001J07L6240.8 [L707SV.J]
QI008301A20L623laf [L626SV.J]
QI008301A21L623uc [L626SV.J]
QI008301K03L623LI [L626SV.J]
QI008401B11L624Gray clay piece pinched and formed into a triangular shaped artifact. [L708SV.J]
QI008401K03L623^CL [L626SV.J]
QI008401K05L624gray [L708SV.J]
QI008402A20L623laf [L626SV.J]
QI008402A21L623weight [L626SV.J]
QI008402K99L623possible loom weight [L626SV.J]
QI008403A20L623laf [L626SV.J]
QI008403A21L623uk [L626SV.J]
QI008403B11L623square lithic [L626SV.J]
QI008403K03L623LI [L626SV.J]
QI008404A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI008404B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes: right ulna broken as distal end, left ulna distal end and shaft, one proximal end of femur (left side) with femoral head measuring maximum diameter at 39.5 mm and shaft fragments, one distal femora with patellar surface visible (left side), right calcaneous (fragmented). [UZ15MM.J]
QI008404F02R818>5si f0055 [UZ15MM.J]
QI008501A21L623ls [L626SV.J]
QI008501B11L624Quartz crystal with one smooth flat surface [L708SV.J]
QI008501J03L6242 [L708SV.J]
QI008501J07L6241 [L708SV.J]
QI008501K03L623QUARTZ [L626SV.J]
QI008502A20L623laf [L626SV.J]
QI008502A21L623uc [L626SV.J]
QI008502J01L6237 [L626SV.J]
QI008502J02L6235.5 [L626SV.J]
QI008502J03L6232 [L626SV.J]
QI008502K03L623LI [L626SV.J]
QI008701A21L623bl [L626SV.J]
QI008701A40L624scraper [L708SV.J]
QI008701B11L624obsidian curved piece, possibly a blade or a scraper; edges are worked [L708SV.J]
QI008701J02L6243.4 [L708SV.J]
QI008701J03L6241.5 [L708SV.J]
QI008701J07L6240.3 [L708SV.J]
QI008701K03L623OB [L626SV.J]
QI009402A20L624laf [L626SV.J]
QI009402A21L624door socket [L626SV.J]
QI009402B11L624door socket [L626SV.J]
QI009501A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI009501B11R816One proximal end of the left femur, femoral head complete measuring 40.5 mm at maximum diameter; shaft fragments of presumably the same femur along with one distal condyle; and one ulnar shaft right side. These bones were found in the animal q-lots and identified today while preparing the animal bones for analysis. [UZ15MM.J]
QI009501D01R816k3 [UZ15MM.J]
QI009501F02R816>5si f0055 [UZ15MM.J]
QI009501O02R814L_V20d5027 A16q95.1 R820 lR ta human bones in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI009701A21L624sl [L708SV.J]
QI009701B11L624Sealing clay fragment, dark gray in color, possibly sealed. [L708SV.J]
QI009701K03L624CL [L708SV.J]
QI009701K05L624dark gray [L708SV.J]
QI009701P99L624to mKB [L708SV.J]
QI009702A21L624wh [L708SV.J]
QI009702B11L624Wheel type II, perforated [L708SV.J]
QI009702B11L624gray wheel type II [L708SV.J]
QI009702J02L6242 [L708SV.J]
QI009702J03L6241.7 [L708SV.J]
QI009702J07L6241 [L708SV.J]
QI009702K03L624CL [L708SV.J]
QI009702K05L624gray [L708SV.J]
QI009703A21L624bl [L626SV.J]
QI009703B11L624obsidian point [L626SV.J]
QI009703J02L6243 [L626SV.J]
QI009703J03L6241 [L626SV.J]
QI009703K03L624OB [L626SV.J]
QI009703K99L624obsidian [L626SV.J]
QI009801A21L624fg [L626SV.J]
QI009801J01L6244 [L626SV.J]
QI009801K03L624^CL [L626SV.J]
QI009801K99L624rear portion of figurine [L626SV.J]
QI009802A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI009802B11R816One complete axis (cervical vertebra) with bone lipping and extension of articular surface on the lateral right side; one glenoid/ portion of left scapula; one human rib. These bones were found in the animal q-lots and identified today while preparing the animal bones for analysis. [UZ15MM.J]
QI009802D01R816k3 [UZ15MM.J]
QI009802F02R816>5si f0055 [UZ15MM.J]
QI009901A21L624gr [L626SV.J]
QI009901B11L624large basalt grinding stone [L626SV.J]
QI010402J02L6243.5 [L626SV.J]
QI010402J03L6243 [L626SV.J]
QI010402K05L624orange [L626SV.J]
QI010604P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI010650A21L624cb [L626SV.J]
QI010650K99L624charcoal [L626SV.J]
QI010702A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI010702B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes: two large fragments of the tibia shaft (side unknown). [UZ15MM.J]
QI010702D01R818k4 [UZ15MM.J]
QI010702F02R818>5si f0058 [UZ15MM.J]
QI011201A40L624uncertain clay artifact [N226LR2.J]
QI011301A20L624laf [N226LR2.J]
QI011301A21L624door socket [N226LR2.J]
QI011301B11L624door socket [N226LR2.J]
QI011301K03L624LI [N226LR2.J]
QI011302A20L624laf [N226LR2.J]
QI011302A21L624debitage [N226LR2.J]
QI011302K99L624two obsidian lithic artifacts [N226LR2.J]
QI011601A21L624rf [L708SV.J]
QI011601A40L624sealing [N226LR2.J]
QI011601B11L624Clay lump presumably from roofing material with one smooth side containing gray lines. [L708SV.J]
QI011601B11L624reddish clay lump with one side smooth, gray and lines running on it [L708SV.J]
QI011601J02L6244.7 [L708SV.J]
QI011601J03L6243.9 [L708SV.J]
QI011601J07L6243 [L708SV.J]
QI011601K03L624CL [L708SV.J]
QI011601K05L624reddish [L708SV.J]
QI011601K99L624clay sealing, flat on one side [N226LR2.J]
QI011699A21L624wh [L708SV.J]
QI011699B11L624wheel type V [L708SV.J]
QI011699J04L6242.5 [L708SV.J]
QI011699J07L6240.5 [L708SV.J]
QI011699K03L624CL [L708SV.J]
QI011701A21L624vr [L708SV.J]
QI011701P99L624back in pottery lot q117 [L708SV.J]
QI011801A21L624wh [L708SV.J]
QI011801B11L624Clay wheel type II, perforated [L708SV.J]
QI011801J04L6244.1 [L708SV.J]
QI011801K03L624CL [L708SV.J]
QI011801P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI011802A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI011802B11R816One human lumbar vertebra found in animal q-lots while washing, anterior side broken but mostly complete. [UZ15MM.J]
QI011802D01R816k3 [UZ15MM.J]
QI011802F02R816>5si f0055 [UZ15MM.J]
QI011802O02R814L_V20d5028 A16q118.2 R820 lR ta human bone in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI012202A21L624la [N226LR2.J]
QI012501P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI012550A99L625was labeled -s1 [-M726-A.J]
QI012801P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI013401A21L626gr [N226LR2.J]
QI013401J02L62617 [N226LR2.J]
QI013401J03L6267 [N226LR2.J]
QI013401J04L6264 [N226LR2.J]
QI013401K03L626LI [N226LR2.J]
QI014201A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI014201B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes: half of one lumbar vertebra with lipping on what I presume is the inferior end and arthritic (showing lytic lesions). The inferior surface also has a strange indentation and almost appears as if the original bone surface was caved in with new bone growth around it (to photo). The superior side is also arthritic around the border. One humerus shaft but this may be non-human since the edges are rather sharp, one fragment of a rib shaft, and one vertebral spinous process. [UZ15MM.J]
QI014201D01R818k8 [UZ15MM.J]
QI014201F02R818>5si f0042 [UZ15MM.J]
QI014201O02R820L_V20d5029 A16q142.1 R820 lR ta osteoarthritis.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI014201O02R820L_V20d5030 A16q142.1 R820 lR ta osteoarthritis.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI014201O02R820L_V20d5031 A16q142.1 R820 lR ta human bones in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI014301A20L627laf [N226LR2.J]
QI014301A21L627uk [N226LR2.J]
QI014301J02L6274 [N226LR2.J]
QI014301K03L627LI [N226LR2.J]
QI014301K99L627square stone [N226LR2.J]
QI014501J02L6272.2 [N226LR2.J]
QI014501K99L627thin metal ring [N226LR2.J]
QI014502A20L627laf [N226LR2.J]
QI014502A21L627uk [N226LR2.J]
QI014503A21L627fg [N226LR2.J]
QI014503K03L627CL [N226LR2.J]
QI014504P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI014601A20L628caf [N226LR2.J]
QI014601A21L628uk [N226LR2.J]
QI014701A21L625fg [-M726-A.J]
QI014701B11L625animal figurine [-M726-A.J]
QI014701K03L625CLAY [-M726-A.J]
QI014701K05L625pale yellow [-M726-A.J]
QI014701K06L6252.5y7/4 [-M726-A.J]
QI014801A40L628bead [N226LR2.J]
QI014801K03L628SH [N226LR2.J]
QI014801K99L628shell bead [N226LR2.J]
QI014802A21L628cl [N226LR2.J]
QI014802K99L628clay lump [N226LR2.J]
QI015401A21L628gr [N226LR2.J]
QI015401B11L628grinding stone [N226LR2.J]
QI015401K03L628LI [N226LR2.J]
QI015601A20L630laf [N226LR2.J]
QI015601A21L630weight [N226LR2.J]
QI015601K03L630LI [N226LR2.J]
QI015601K99L630perforated lithic artifact [N226LR2.J]
QI016901P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI017902A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI017902B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes; one distal end of the right tibia broken superior to the tuberosity but condyles, tuberosity, and some of the shaft is intact, fragment of the distal end however unable to side, one left metatarsal, and a rib shaft fragment. [UZ15MM.J]
QI017902D01R818k3 [UZ15MM.J]
QI017902F02R818>5si f0047 [UZ15MM.J]
QI017902O02R820L_V20d5032 A16q179.2 R820 lR ta human bones in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI018304A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI018304B11R816The proximal end of the left tibia and 3 rib fragments including a vertebral end. These bones were found in the animal q-lots and identified today while preparing the animal bones for analysis. [UZ15MM.J]
QI018304D01R816k3 [UZ15MM.J]
QI018304F02R816>5si f0047 [UZ15MM.J]
QI018304O02R820L_V20d5033 A16q183.4 R820 lR ta human bones in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI019101P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI019701A21R814hb [R813LR.J]
QI019701B11R814Human bones found in animal q-lot; one metacarpal 2 left side; one metatarsal 3 right side; one medial end of the clavicle with the superior surface broken, extending one third laterally and broken at the shaft. The inferior surface shows stress at the costal-clavicular ligament attachment. The clavicle is unfused at the medial end. [R813LR.J]
QI019701D01R814k4 [R813LR.J]
QI019701F02R814>5si f0082 [R813LR.J]
QI019701O02R820L_V20d5034 A16q197.1 R820 lR ta human bones in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI020002A21L704cl [N226LR2.J]
QI020201A40L705b [N226LR2.J]
QI020204A21R814hb [R813LR.J]
QI020204B11R814Human bones found in animal bone q-lot: one rib #1 right side broken at shaft; one large fragment of a rib shaft left side; one sternal end of a rib (side unknown); one articular facet of a vertebra (specific vertebra unknown); one axis vertebra with dens intact. [R813LR.J]
QI020204D01R814k106 [R813LR.J]
QI020204F02R814>5si f0082 [R813LR.J]
QI020301A40L705clay lump [N226LR2.J]
QI020302A21L705cl [N226LR2.J]
QI020302K99L705roofing place [N226LR2.J]
QI020303A20L705caf [N226LR2.J]
QI020303A21L705uc [N226LR2.J]
QI020303K99L705maybe a base for figurine [N226LR2.J]
QI020304A21L705uk [N226LR2.J]
QI020304A40L705carbon sample [N226LR2.J]
QI020305A40L705sealing [N226LR2.J]
QI020307A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI020307B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes; first sacrum with left ala in tact along with the majority of the body. Inferior surface shows that sacrum one and two were unfused. [UZ15MM.J]
QI020307D01R818k106 [UZ15MM.J]
QI020307F02R818>5si f0047 [UZ15MM.J]
QI021302A21L707kw [N226LR2.J]
QI021501P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI021502A40L707sealing [N226LR2.J]
QI021502K03L707CL [N226LR2.J]
QI021502K05L707dark gray [N226LR2.J]
QI021604A21L707ma [N226LR2.J]
QI021605A20L707caf [N226LR2.J]
QI021605A21L707vr [N226LR2.J]
QI021606A20L707laf [N226LR2.J]
QI021606A21L707uc [N226LR2.J]
QI021701A21L707kw [N226LR2.J]
QI022401A20L708caf [N226LR2.J]
QI022401A21L708uc [N226LR2.J]
QI022402A21L708sl [N226LR2.J]
QI022702A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI022702B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes: one thoracic vertebra, body only with no spinous process. The superior surface shows recent fusion of the pedicles to the centrum with lines visible. This surface also shows a circular hole towards the anterior end with the entire surface of the body displaying porosity. The inferior surface shows an elongated groove running anterior to superior from a herniated disk. [UZ15MM.J]
QI022702D01R818k106 [UZ15MM.J]
QI022702F02R818>5si f0048 [UZ15MM.J]
QI023101A21L708la [N226LR2.J]
QI023903P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI025201A40L802clay artifact [-M726-A.J]
QI025201B11L802part of a ceramic vessel, only one sherd found lying flat on a floor. It is gray, with the rim and grooves on one side. [N129LR.J]
QI026701A21L710bd-c [-M726-A.J]
QI026701B11L710clay bead [-M726-A.J]
QI026701K03L710^CL [-M726-A.J]
QI026702A21L710cl [-M726-A.J]
QI026702K99L710finger impression [-M726-A.J]
QI027501A20L710caf [-M726-A.J]
QI027501A21L710uk [-M726-A.J]
QI028301A21L710bk [-M726-A.J]
QI028301K99L710flat and long brick-like [-M726-A.J]
QI029301P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI029701A21L710fg [-M726-A.J]
QI029801P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI030101B11L802Khabur painted rim with triangles and lines found in burial a9 also c2 [N129LR.J]
QI030101J03L8025.4 [-M726-A.J]
QI030101J07L8020.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI030101K99L710large painted ceramic sherd in burial [-M726-A.J]
QI030101O01L716v0040 [-M726-A.J]
QI030101O01L716v0040a [-M726-A.J]
QI030102A21L710sherd [-M726-A.J]
QI030102B11L802ceramic sherd with four lines/ groovessmall sherd in burial [-M726-A.J]
QI030102J02L8023.3 [-M726-A.J]
QI030102J03L8022.6 [-M726-A.J]
QI030401A21L710fg [-M726-A.J]
QI030401P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI031201P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI033001A21L710sh [-M726-A.J]
QI033201A21L710kw [-M726-A.J]
QI033202A21L710fg [-M726-A.J]
QI034001P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI034203P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI034802P02M913to museum MZ15 [MX12LR4.J]
QI035601A21L723gr [-M726-A.J]
QI035601B11L723grinding stone [-M726-A.J]
QI036201A21L802sm [-M726-A.J]
QI036201B11L802soil sample from bronze bucket i29 part of a9 burial [N129LR.J]
QI036202A21L802sm [-M726-A.J]
QI036202B11L802soil sample from the bronze bucket i29 part of a9 burial [N129LR.J]
QI038301K99L725half of small bowl [-M726-A.J]
QI038302B11L802four fragments of a small bowl or vessel incomplete. [-M726-A.J]
QI038302K10L802incomplete vessel [N129LR.J]
QI038501A21L725sl [-M726-A.J]
QI040201A21L725fg [-M726-A.J]
QI040201P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI040202A21L725fg [-M726-A.J]
QI040202P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI040203A21L725fg [-M726-A.J]
QI040203P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI040401A21L725wh [-M726-A.J]
QI040402A40L725lithic specimen [-M726-A.J]
QI042001P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI042301A21L726to [-M726-A.J]
QI043301A21L726kw [-M726-A.J]
QI043701A21L726sl [-M726-A.J]
QI043702A21L726bone artifact [-M726-A.J]
QI043702K99L726bone ring [-M726-A.J]
QI044502A21L726bd [-M726-A.J]
QI044901A21L728fg [-M726-A.J]
QI045101B11M918Small hand-made clay jar or artifact with a small base, which curves out, widening at the center then curving in at the neck. Similar in shape to a small miniature jar split in half, possibly used as an oil lamp. [N116LR3.J]
QI045101J02M9184.6 [-MX12-99.J]
QI045701K99L728squarish clay piece [-M726-A.J]
QI046001A20L728laf [-M726-A.J]
QI046001A21L728to [-M726-A.J]
QI046104O02R827L_V20d5040 A16q461.4 R827 lR ta.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI046702P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI047101A20L728caf [-M726-A.J]
QI047101A21L728uk [-M726-A.J]
QI047302A21L728to [-M726-A.J]
QI047302A40L728kiln waste [-M726-A.J]
QI048701A21L729li [-M726-A.J]
QI051101P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI051201P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI052001P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI052401P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI053001P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI053102P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI055901P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI057301P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI060701A21L802fg [-M726-A.J]
QI060701B11L802the body of an animal figurine [-M726-A.J]
QI060701J02L8026 [-M726-A.J]
QI060701J03L8023 [-M726-A.J]
QI060701J07L8025 [-M726-A.J]
QI060701P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI060702A21L802fg [-M726-A.J]
QI060702B11L802head and front quarters of an animal figurine [-M726-A.J]
QI060702J01L8025.2 [-M726-A.J]
QI060702J02L8025.8 [-M726-A.J]
QI060702J03L8023.6 [-M726-A.J]
QI060702P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI060801B11L802small thin metal artifact [-M726-A.J]
QI060801P99L802to Conservation [-M726-A.J]
QI060802A20L802laf [-M726-A.J]
QI060802A21L802pestle [-M726-A.J]
QI060802B11L802pounding stone with round smooth bottom and tapered at the top likely used as a pestle [-M726-A.J]
QI060802J02L8027.1 [-M726-A.J]
QI060802J07L8024.6 [-M726-A.J]
QI061801P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI061803A21M920fg [-MX12-99.J]
QI061803B11M920animal figurine with horns, rounded eyes, and lines on its body. Three perforations are visible, one on each leg and one that goes through the neck region. The lines run from it's head to where it is broken off a the body. [-MX12-99.J]
QI061803J01M9208.2 [-MX12-99.J]
QI061803J02M9206.1 [-MX12-99.J]
QI061803J04M9204.4 [-MX12-99.J]
QI061803K03M920CL [N116LR3.J]
QI061803P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI062101P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI062107A20M920caf [-MX12-99.J]
QI062107A21M920uc [-MX12-99.J]
QI062107B11M920Conical shaped clay piece with a perforation running through it with a diameter of 1.1cm. Possibly a fragment of pottery or the leg of a figurine. [N116LR3.J]
QI062107J01M9203.1 [-MX12-99.J]
QI062107J04M9202.9 [-MX12-99.J]
QI062501P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI062502P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI062503A20M920caf [-MX12-99.J]
QI062503A21M920uc [-MX12-99.J]
QI062503A40M920plaque [-MX12-99.J]
QI062503B11M920clay piece with the shape of a women molded on. She has two legs broken at the knee. The legs are together and forms a nice groove in the center which turns into a "V". Her pubis area is triangular with a small circular dot markings, her upper portion is broken off. The backside is flat and smooth. Uncertain whether part of a plaque or for a ceramic vessel. [-MX12-99.J]
QI062503J01M9204.9 [-MX12-99.J]
QI062503J04M9204.2 [-MX12-99.J]
QI062503J07M9201.8 [-MX12-99.J]
QI062503K03M920CL [-MX12-99.J]
QI062503P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
QI062503P99M920to be photographed [-MX12-99.J]
QI062902A21M920sh [-MX12-99.J]
QI062902B11M920White shell from a snail, not worked [N116LR3.J]
QI062902J04M9202.1 [-MX12-99.J]
QI062902K05M920white [-MX12-99.J]
QI063801A21M920bd [-MX12-99.J]
QI063801B11M920elongated round bead made out of cream colored stone with a perforation running lengthwise. [-MX12-99.J]
QI063801J02M9202.1 [-MX12-99.J]
QI063801J04M9201.4 [-MX12-99.J]
QI063801K03M920LI [-MX12-99.J]
QI063801P99M920to be drawn and photographed [-MX12-99.J]
QI063803B11M912Clay plaque fragment of a female body, which appears to be made from a mold since the figure is pressed into the clay, with the sides smoothed down and extending out. The figure is broken, retaining the waist down including the legs and feet, a thin waist 1cm wide then curves out into full hips 2.5 cm wide, then tapers into a smooth "v" to the ankles. The feet are flat, pointing out and extend 1.5cm out. There is a space in between the legs of .4cm. A small orange red dot is painted for her belly button and below she has a painted belt with tassels or extensions coming out (also red in color). The pubis is also painted and contains a line that outlines the inner area clearly defining her vagina. The feet are painted in the same orange-red paint 1.7cm up from the ankles suggesting shoes and there are lines painted on the both sides of the flattened extensions of the plaque. The plaque is broken at the sides so one cannot tell the design of these lines. The back is rough and broken. [N116LR3.J]
QI063803J02M9126.7 [-MX12-99.J]
QI063803J04M9124.3 [-MX12-99.J]
QI063803J07M9122.2 [-MX12-99.J]
QI063803P02R814Sent to DeZ Museum in MZ15 [R813LR.J]
QI064001A20M920caf [-MX12-99.J]
QI064001A21M920uc [-MX12-99.J]
QI064001A40M920bead [-MX12-99.J]
QI064001B11M920rounded clay artifact with a hole in the center. Appears to be a piece of pottery worked into a bead similar to q683.1 [-MX12-99.J]
QI064001J04M9201.6 [-MX12-99.J]
QI064001J07M9200.6 [-MX12-99.J]
QI064301P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI064303P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI064402P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI064501P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI064601P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI065101A21M920si [-MX12-99.J]
QI065101B11M920flattened piece of gray sealing clay with fingerprints on both sides. [-MX12-99.J]
QI065101J02M9203.2 [-MX12-99.J]
QI065101J04M9202.6 [-MX12-99.J]
QI065101J07M9200.6 [-MX12-99.J]
QI065201A21M920cl [-MX12-99.J]
QI065201B11M920fragments of a clay lump that has an oval shaped surface. Appears to be a fragment of a clay sling ball. [-MX12-99.J]
QI065202B11M906two fragments of metal forming a ring. [-MX12-99.J]
QI065202J04M9060.2 [-MX12-99.J]
QI065202P99M906to Conservation [-MX12-99.J]
QI066501P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI066503A21R818hb [V124LC.J]
QI066503B11R818Human bones found in animal bone lots includes; three intermediate phalanges of the hand, one distal phalanx of the hand, left? lunate, left capitate , left trapezium, left metacarpal 1, left metacarpal 2, one intermediate phalanx of the foot, premolar tooth, incisor, and one distal phalanx #1 of foot. This bone lot had conflicting numbers. The bag was labeled as q665 belonging to f227 while the computer system listed q665 as f237. It is unclear where the mistake lies. I have changed the bag feature number to f237 however if q665 does in fact belong to f227 than this is quite significant since f227 is the fill from a child’s jar burial. While an adult human vertebra was found inside the burial jar as an offering, the presence of additional adult human bones inside the jar should be interpreted as part of the funerary context. Hopefully this problem can be solved by checking all the animal q-lots to see if there are more bags for f227. As it is now, I am assuming the problem was the initial labeling and decided to change the feature number to f237. [UZ15MM.J]
QI066503F02R818>5si f0237 [UZ15MM.J]
QI067804P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI068201A21M906sh [-MX12-99.J]
QI068201B11M906Triangular piece of shell- flat and slightly curving with one smooth side and one with ridges. This piece is a fragment of a shell with one side containing some of the rim. [-MX12-99.J]
QI068201J02M9063 [-MX12-99.J]
QI068201J04M9062 [-MX12-99.J]
QI068201J07M9060.2 [-MX12-99.J]
QI068202A21M920si [-MX12-99.J]
QI068202B11M920rounded dark gray piece that appears to have some kind of depression or impression [-MX12-99.J]
QI068202J04M9200.7 [-MX12-99.J]
QI068202P99M920to Conservation [-MX12-99.J]
QI068301A20M920caf [-MX12-99.J]
QI068301A21M920uc [-MX12-99.J]
QI068301B11M920Flattened clay artifact with rounded edges and a perforation measuring .6 cm diameter. Appears to be a piece of pottery that has been worked into possibly a bead. [N116LR3.J]
QI068301J04M9202 [-MX12-99.J]
QI068301J07M9200.6 [-MX12-99.J]
QI068302P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI068401A20M906maf [-MX12-99.J]
QI068401B11M9068 metal fragments that are flattened and belong to one object [N116LR3.J]
QI068401B20M9068 [N116LR3.J]
QI068401J07M9060.2 [-MX12-99.J]
QI068401K03M906MT [-MX12-99.J]
QI068403A21M920bd [-MX12-99.J]
QI068403B11M920elongated round lapis bead- perforated lengthwise [-MX12-99.J]
QI068403J02M9200.8 [-MX12-99.J]
QI068403J04M9200.6 [-MX12-99.J]
QI068403K03M920LI [-MX12-99.J]
QI068403K05M920blue [-MX12-99.J]
QI068501A20M903laf [-MX12-A.J]
QI068501A21M903debitage [-MX12-A.J]
QI068501J02M9031.8 [-MX12-A.J]
QI068501J03M9031.2 [-MX12-A.J]
QI068501K03M903OB [-MX12-A.J]
QI068501K99M903obsidian flake [-MX12-A.J]
QI068502A20M903laf [-MX12-A.J]
QI068502A21M903debitage [-MX12-A.J]
QI068502J02M9033.5 [-MX12-A.J]
QI068502J03M9031.3 [-MX12-A.J]
QI068502K03M903LI [-MX12-A.J]
QI068601A21M903wh [-MX12-A.J]
QI068601K03M903CL [-MX12-A.J]
QI068602A21M903sm [-MX12-A.J]
QI068801A21M903sm [-MX12-A.J]
QI068801K99M903few seeds [-MX12-A.J]
QI069103B11MX11secondary flake debitage. Contains bulb of percussion on one end. This is a smooth milky brown stone with black specks on all sides. All the surfaces are smooth except for one side which shows the rough original surface of the stone. [MX12LR4.J]
QI069103J02MX115.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI069103J04MX113 [MX12LR4.J]
QI069103J07MX111.1 [MX12LR4.J]
QI069104A21M904fg [-MX12-A.J]
QI069104J01M9044.3 [-MX12-A.J]
QI069104J02M9045.5 [-MX12-A.J]
QI069104K03M904CLAY [-MX12-A.J]
QI069104P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI069201K03M904CL [-MX12-A.J]
QI069301A21MX11ta [MX12LR4.J]
QI069301B11MX11two fragments of a tannur with chaff visible. One fragment measures lg 7, width 5.8, and thickness 3; the other fragment lg 8.6, width 6.3, and thickness 3.6. [MX12LR4.J]
QI069301B20MX112 [MX12LR4.J]
QI069301K03M904CL [-MX12-A.J]
QI070301A21R813hb [R813LR.J]
QI070301B11R813One human cervical vertebra found in animal q-lots while washing. Contains non-metric trait bipartite foramin on right side. [R813LR.J]
QI070301D01R813k207 [R813LR.J]
QI070301F02R813>5si f0268 [R813LR.J]
QI070401A21M920fg [-MX12-99.J]
QI070401B11M920hind quarters of an animal figurine with a long tail and broken at the body and leg. [-MX12-99.J]
QI070401J02M9206.2 [-MX12-99.J]
QI070401J04M9204.5 [-MX12-99.J]
QI070401K05M920light green [-MX12-99.J]
QI070401P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI07100301B11MX01shoulder fragment of ceramic vessel. Double rows of incised decorations at the base of the neck. The pattern is composed by small oblique elements. Inside evident wheel traces. [MX04AP2.J]
QI07100301K03MX01SIMPLE WARE [MX04AP2.J]
QI07100301K05MX01greenish [MX04AP2.J]
QI07100301P99MX01to drafting and photography [MX04AP2.J]
QI07100302B11MX01fragment of rim belonging to a bowl. Very smoothed surface. [MX04AP2.J]
QI07100302K03MX01SIMPLE WARE [MX04AP2.J]
QI07100302P99MX01to drafting and photography [MX04AP2.J]
QI07100303B11MX01Rim fragment of a bicolor ware. Round profile bowl. Very smoothed surface. [MX04AP2.J]
QI07100303K03MX01BICOLOR WARE [MX04AP2.J]
QI07100303P99MX01to drafting and photography [MX04AP2.J]
QI071101A21M920fg [-MX12-99.J]
QI071101B11M920Animal figurine broken at the neck containing one intact leg of the forequarters. A small tail is visible on the backside. [N116LR3.J]
QI071101J02M9206.5 [-MX12-99.J]
QI071101J04M9203.5 [-MX12-99.J]
QI071101K03M920CL [-MX12-99.J]
QI071101P99M920to photography [-MX12-99.J]
QI071501A21R813hb [R813LR.J]
QI071501B11R813One human bone, shaft of humerus found in animal q-lots. [R813LR.J]
QI071501D01R813k207 [R813LR.J]
QI071501F02R813>5si f0274 [R813LR.J]
QI071501O02R820L_V20d5039 A16q715.1 R820 lR ta human bones in q-lot.jpg [A16V-R^.J]
QI072301A21R813hb [R813LR.J]
QI072301B11R813Human bones found in animal q-lot; one metatarsal 4 right side and fragments of cranium [R813LR.J]
QI072301D01R813k108 [R813LR.J]
QI072301F02R813>5si f0279 [R813LR.J]
QI075603A21R814hb [R813LR.J]
QI075603B11R814Human bones found in animal q-lot; one fragment of the mandible (the chin) broken at both sides of the mental protuberance. The sockets for the incisors are present however there were no teeth found. One cervical or thoracic vertebra spinous process, the process is not bifurcated or hatchet shaped. [R813LR.J]
QI075603D01R814k206 [R813LR.J]
QI075603F02R814>5si f0292 [R813LR.J]
QI075901B11MX11carinated bowl with a sharp carination. Bowl is squashed into an oval shaped and has been restored with plaster. Bowl is a light green/tan color with wheel marks visible and sand inclusions. Contains no base and has been created by the restorator. [MX12LR4.J]
QI075901J03MX1113 [MX12LR4.J]
QI075901J04MX1120 [MX12LR4.J]
QI075901J07MX114.5 [MX12LR4.J]
QI075901P99M920to Conservation [-MX12-99.J]
QI075901ZcaS1MX11c [MX12LR4.J]
QI075901ZcaS2MX11s [MX12LR4.J]
QI075901ZcaS3MX112 [MX12LR4.J]
QI076101A20M911laf [-MX12-A.J]
QI076101A21M911uk [-MX12-A.J]
QI076101K03M911BASALT [-MX12-A.J]
QI076102A20M911laf [-MX12-A.J]
QI076102A21M911door socket [-MX12-A.J]
QI076102K03M911LI [-MX12-A.J]
QI076102K99M911door socket [-MX12-A.J]
QI076602A20MX11laf [MX12LR4.J]
QI076602A21MX11debitage [MX12LR4.J]
QI076602B11MX11secondary lithic flake in a milky cream color with a small portion of the original stone surface visible. [MX12LR4.J]
QI076602J04MX111.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI076602J07MX110.6 [MX12LR4.J]
QI076801A20M920caf [-MX12-99.J]
QI076801A21M920uc [-MX12-99.J]
QI076801A40M920sling ball [-MX12-99.J]
QI076801B11M920solid egg shaped piece of clay- possibly a clay sling ball. The ends are tapered and rounded off. [-MX12-99.J]
QI076801J02M9205 [-MX12-99.J]
QI076801J04M9203.5 [-MX12-99.J]
QI076801K05M920brown [-MX12-99.J]
QI077106A21MX11fg [MX12LR4.J]
QI077106B11MX11The head of an animal figurine resembling a goat fractured at the neck. Small ears on each side with the area next to the ears forming a protrusion for the horns but broken off. The animal has a goatee on the lower chin/jaw that forms a point. A small hollow for the mouth is also visible. Typology to be determined in MZ16 [MX12LR4.J]
QI077106J02MX112.4 [MX12LR4.J]
QI077106J04MX113.6 [MX12LR4.J]
QI077106K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI07800201B11MX01fragment of stone, probable flint. Bulb percussion. One of the edges was not worked. Debitage. [MX04AP2.J]
QI07800201K05MX01gray with lighter nuances [MX04AP2.J]
QI07800202A21MX01bl [MX04AP2.J]
QI07800202B11MX01small fragment of obsidian blade. Traces of percussion. Back light the object is transparent. [MX04AP2.J]
QI07800203B11MX01fragment of stone. The ends are cut obliquely. Flake sharp. [MX04AP2.J]
QI078302B11MX02fragment of a bronze needle or pin [MX04AP.J]
QI078302J01MX028.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI078302J04MX020.3 [MX04AP.J]
QI078302P99MX02to Conservation [MX04AP.J]
QI078304A21MX02bd-c [MX04AP.J]
QI078304J01MX021.4 [MX04AP.J]
QI078304J04MX020.8 [MX04AP.J]
QI078304K03MX02CL [MX04AP.J]
QI078304K05MX02dark gray [MX04AP.J]
QI078803A21MX11fg [MX12LR4.J]
QI078803B11MX11body of an animal figurine broken at the legs and neck but retains the shape of these appendages. Gray in color with the inside (seen through fractured ends) a light green color. Hindquarters have a portion of the tail in tact with fingerprints visible throughout the body. Typology to be determined in MZ16 [MX12LR4.J]
QI078803J01MX114 [MX12LR4.J]
QI078803J02MX116.6 [MX12LR4.J]
QI078803J04MX112.3 [MX12LR4.J]
QI078803K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI079501J01M9203.6 [-MX12-99.J]
QI079501J04M9202.7 [-MX12-99.J]
QI079501K03M920CL [N116LR3.J]
QI079501K05M920dark gray [-MX12-99.J]
QI079601A20M914laf [-MX12-A.J]
QI079601A21M914debitage [-MX12-A.J]
QI079702A21M920fg [-MX12-99.J]
QI079702B11M920The head of an animal figurine with a long neck and muzzle, looking up which forms a point. One side has small slits for eyes and small clay pieces for the ears. [N116LR3.J]
QI079702J01M9204.3 [-MX12-99.J]
QI079702J04M9202.5 [-MX12-99.J]
QI079702K03M920CL [N116LR3.J]
QI079702K05M920light tan [-MX12-99.J]
QI079702P99M920to drafting and photography [-MX12-99.J]
QI081101A20MX11laf [MX12LR4.J]
QI081101A21MX11flake [MX12LR4.J]
QI081101B11MX11tertiary flake in a milky black color [MX12LR4.J]
QI081101J02MX112.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI081101J04MX111.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI082302A20MX11laf [MX12LR4.J]
QI082302A21MX11debitage [MX12LR4.J]
QI082302B11MX11tertiary flake black in color with white areas. [MX12LR4.J]
QI082302J02MX112.3 [MX12LR4.J]
QI082302J04MX111.8 [MX12LR4.J]
QI082302J07MX110.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI082805A20MX11caf [MX12LR4.J]
QI082805A21MX11uk [MX12LR4.J]
QI082805B11MX11baked clay irregular shaped piece. The base of the object contains a flat surface tan brown in color and circular shaped. The piece then extends up leaving the base wider than the body. The body is also round with pinched edges around the base. The top forms a circular depression and is the darkest color almost a dark gray suggesting piece was fired at the top. [MX12LR4.J]
QI082805J01MX112.8 [MX12LR4.J]
QI082805J04MX113.1 [MX12LR4.J]
QI082805K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI083708A20M920caf [-MX12-99.J]
QI083708A21M920uc [-MX12-99.J]
QI083708B11M920Egg shaped solid clay artifact similar in shape to a "sling ball". The tip rounds out, smooth body, thicker center. [N116LR3.J]
QI083708B11M920conical shaped clay artifact similar in shape to a sling ball. The tip rounds out, round body, and solid. [-MX12-99.J]
QI083708J02M9202.7 [-MX12-99.J]
QI083708K05M920dark gray [-MX12-99.J]
QI084101A21MX02cl [MX04AP.J]
QI084101J01MX022.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI084101J02MX021.8 [MX04AP.J]
QI084101J07MX021.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI084101K05MX02gray [MX04AP.J]
QI084299A20M920laf [-MX12-99.J]
QI084299A21M920uk [-MX12-99.J]
QI084299B11M920egg shaped lithic similar in shape to a sling ball. Solid piece of stone with the two ends smoothed and rounded. [-MX12-99.J]
QI084299J02M9204.5 [-MX12-99.J]
QI084299J04M9202.5 [-MX12-99.J]
QI084701A21MX02si [MX04AP.J]
QI084701J01MX022.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI084701J02MX021.9 [MX04AP.J]
QI084701J07MX021.5 [MX04AP.J]
QI084701K05MX02gray [MX04AP.J]
QI084702A20M922baf [-MX12-99.J]
QI084702A21M922uc [-MX12-99.J]
QI084702B11M922An elongated round bone fragment with smooth sides, possibly used as a needle or a tool. [N116LR3.J]
QI084702J02M9222.7 [-MX12-99.J]
QI084702J07M9220.3 [-MX12-99.J]
QI084703A20MX02caf [MX04AP.J]
QI084703A21MX02sling ball [MX04AP.J]
QI084703B11MX0210 fragments belonging to an oval coarse ware sling ball [MX04AP.J]
QI084703K10MX02poor [MX04AP.J]
QI084801A20MX02caf [MX04AP.J]
QI084801A21MX02uc [MX04AP.J]
QI084801B11MX02small fragment probably belonging to a small stamp. On the top surface there are two small and shallow holes, which could be impressed on the surface. [MX04AP.J]
QI084801J01MX021.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI084801J02MX021.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI084801J07MX021 [MX04AP.J]
QI084801K05MX02very dark gray [MX04AP.J]
QI084802A21MX02cl [MX04AP.J]
QI084802J07MX021.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI084802K05MX02gray [MX04AP.J]
QI084901A21MX02fg [MX04AP.J]
QI084901B11MX02Conical shaped clay piece broken on one end tapered at the other, likely the leg of an animal figurine. [MX04AP.J]
QI084901J01MX021 [MX04AP.J]
QI084901J07MX020.5 [MX04AP.J]
QI084901K03MX02CL [MX04AP.J]
QI084901K05MX02black [MX04AP.J]
QI085001A21MX02cl [MX04AP.J]
QI085001B11MX02not sealed [MX04AP.J]
QI085001J01MX022.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI085001J02MX021.4 [MX04AP.J]
QI085001J07MX020.9 [MX04AP.J]
QI085001P01MX02discarded [MX04AP.J]
QI085002A20MX02laf [MX04AP.J]
QI085002A21MX02debitage [MX04AP.J]
QI085002J01MX022.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI085002J02MX021.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI085002J07MX020.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI085002K03MX02OB [MX04AP.J]
QI085002K05MX02black [MX04AP.J]
QI085003A21M922cl [-MX12-99.J]
QI085003P01M922discarded [-MX12-99.J]
QI08500401B11MX01fragment of flint not totally worked. Bulb percussion in the back. Probably it could be a part of not finished blade. [MX04AP2.J]
QI08500402B11MX01fragment of stone with working traces. Material similar to the marble. Probable debitage. [MX04AP2.J]
QI085005A21MX02sm [MX04AP.J]
QI085005B11MX02carbon sample [MX04AP.J]
QI085101A21M922cl [-MX12-99.J]
QI085201A20M922caf [-MX12-99.J]
QI085201A21M922uc [-MX12-99.J]
QI085201B11M922hard baked clay artifact in the shape of a human torso with a hole through the center of the artifact. This may be an anthropomorphic figurine. [-MX12-99.J]
QI085201J02M9223 [-MX12-99.J]
QI085201J04M9222.2 [-MX12-99.J]
QI085201J07M9220.9 [-MX12-99.J]
QI085202A21MX02bd-c [MX04AP.J]
QI085202A40MX02wheel [MX04AP.J]
QI085202J04MX022.6 [MX04AP.J]
QI085202J07MX020.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI085202K05MX02beige [MX04AP.J]
QI085203A21M922la [-MX12-99.J]
QI085203A21M922ma [-MX12-99.J]
QI085203B11M922Small flat bronze fragment [N116LR3.J]
QI085203B11M922debitage-primary flake [-MX12-99.J]
QI085203J02M9222 [-MX12-99.J]
QI085203J02M9223.3 [-MX12-99.J]
QI085203J04M9221.5 [-MX12-99.J]
QI085203P99M922to Conservation [-MX12-99.J]
QI085204J04MX022.9 [MX04AP.J]
QI085204J07MX020.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI085204K05MX02white with darker lines on the surface [MX04AP.J]
QI085205A20MX02caf [MX04AP.J]
QI085205A21MX02uc [MX04AP.J]
QI085205J01MX023.6 [MX04AP.J]
QI085205J02MX023.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI085205K05MX02dark brown [MX04AP.J]
QI085206A20MX02caf [MX04AP.J]
QI085206A21MX02uk [MX04AP.J]
QI085206J01MX023.6 [MX04AP.J]
QI085206J02MX022 [MX04AP.J]
QI085206J07MX020.9 [MX04AP.J]
QI085206K05MX02beige [MX04AP.J]
QI085207A21MX02si [MX04AP.J]
QI085207B11MX02sealing clay with string impression [MX04AP.J]
QI085207J01MX022.3 [MX04AP.J]
QI085207J02MX022.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI085207J07MX020.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI085207K05MX02gray [MX04AP.J]
QI085502A21MX02sm [MX04AP.J]
QI085502B11MX02phytolith samples, white and flaky [MX04AP.J]
QI085502K05MX02brown [MX04AP.J]
QI085502P99MX02to Natural science lab [MX04AP.J]
QI085503A20MX02caf [MX04AP.J]
QI085503A21MX02sling ball [MX04AP.J]
QI085503B11MX02fragment of sling ball made of very coarse ware with calcite inclusions.It's possible to argue the oval shape. [MX04AP.J]
QI085503J01MX023.5 [MX04AP.J]
QI085503J04MX023.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI085503K05MX02brown [MX04AP.J]
QI08550401B11MX01small obsidian fragment, probably belonging to a blade for the splint edge. [MX04AP2.J]
QI08550402B11MX01small stone lamina, probably belonging to a blade. [MX04AP2.J]
QI085505A21M922cl [-MX12-99.J]
QI085505P01M922discarded [-MX12-99.J]
QI085601A21MX02bl [MX04AP.J]
QI085601B11MX02obsidian debitage [MX04AP.J]
QI085601J01MX023.3 [MX04AP.J]
QI085601J02MX021.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI085601J07MX020.5 [MX04AP.J]
QI085601K03MX02OB [MX04AP.J]
QI085601K05MX02black [MX04AP.J]
QI085602A20MX02laf [MX04AP.J]
QI085602A21MX02uc [MX04AP.J]
QI085602J01MX021 [MX04AP.J]
QI085602J04MX020.6 [MX04AP.J]
QI085602K05MX02pink [MX04AP.J]
QI085901J04MX010.3 [MX04AP.J]
QI085901J07MX010.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI085901K05MX01white [MX04AP.J]
QI085901K10MX01good [MX04AP.J]
QI085902B11MX02Sling ball fragment made of coarse ware with a smooth surface [MX04AP.J]
QI085902J01MX023.6 [MX04AP.J]
QI085902J02MX023.3 [MX04AP.J]
QI085902J07MX021.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI085902K05MX02very pale red [MX04AP.J]
QI085903A20MX01laf [MX04AP.J]
QI085903A21MX01debitage [MX04AP.J]
QI085903B11MX01lithic flake [MX04AP.J]
QI085903J07MX011.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI085903K05MX01gray [MX04AP.J]
QI085905A20MX01caf [MX04AP.J]
QI085905A21MX01uc [MX04AP.J]
QI085905J04MX012.3 [MX04AP.J]
QI085905J07MX011.3 [MX04AP.J]
QI085905K05MX01gray [MX04AP.J]
QI086001A21MX01bd-c [MX04AP.J]
QI086001B11MX01Ceramic bead fragment with the internal diameter measuring .3cm. Bead has a Flat surface, perforated through the center, and an irregular external diameter. [MX04AP.J]
QI086001J04MX011.4 [MX04AP.J]
QI086001J07MX010.4 [MX04AP.J]
QI086001K03MX01CL [MX04AP.J]
QI086001K05MX01beige [MX04AP.J]
QI086002A21MX01cl [MX04AP.J]
QI086002B11MX01Clay lump with one smooth flat surface [MX04AP.J]
QI086002J01MX011.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI086002J02MX011.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI086002J07MX010.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI086002K05MX01gray [MX04AP.J]
QI086101A20MX01laf [MX04AP.J]
QI086101A21MX01debitage [MX04AP.J]
QI086101B11MX01obsidian flake [MX04AP.J]
QI086101J01MX011.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI086101J02MX011.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI086101J07MX010.4 [MX04AP.J]
QI086101K03MX01OB [MX04AP.J]
QI086101K05MX01black [MX04AP.J]
QI086102A21MX01si [MX04AP.J]
QI086102J01MX011.9 [MX04AP.J]
QI086102J02MX011.5 [MX04AP.J]
QI086102J07MX010.8 [MX04AP.J]
QI086102K05MX01dark gray [MX04AP.J]
QI086103B11MX01Oval spiral shell covered with soil encrustations, which have solidified and coated the shell (per sb analyzed with a microscope) [MX04AP.J]
QI086103J01MX011.4 [MX04AP.J]
QI086103J02MX010.8 [MX04AP.J]
QI086103K05MX01black [MX04AP.J]
QI086201A21MX11cl [MX12LR4.J]
QI086201P01MX11discarded since lump showed no visible signs of impression or working [MX12LR4.J]
QI086401A21MX01slag [MX04AP.J]
QI086401B11MX01fragment of bronze with an irregular shape, likely slag or waste [MX04AP.J]
QI086401J01MX011 [MX04AP.J]
QI086401J02MX010.8 [MX04AP.J]
QI086401J07MX010.5 [MX04AP.J]
QI086401K05MX01green [MX04AP.J]
QI086401P99MX01to Conservation [MX04AP.J]
QI086402A20MX01laf [MX04AP.J]
QI086402A21MX01debitage [MX04AP.J]
QI086402B11MX01small quartz fragment, with one cut smooth surface [MX04AP.J]
QI086402J01MX012.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI086402J02MX011.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI086402J07MX010.4 [MX04AP.J]
QI086402K05MX01transparent [MX04AP.J]
QI086403A20MX01laf [MX04AP.J]
QI086403A21MX01debitage [MX04AP.J]
QI086403J01MX012.5 [MX04AP.J]
QI086403J02MX012.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI086403J07MX010.6 [MX04AP.J]
QI086403K05MX01transparent [MX04AP.J]
QI086404A20MX02caf [MX04AP.J]
QI086404A21MX02uk [MX04AP.J]
QI086404J01MX023.6 [MX04AP.J]
QI086404J04MX021.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI086404K05MX02black [MX04AP.J]
QI086405B11MX01Fragment of a bronze needle, pin, or wire [MX04AP.J]
QI086405J01MX012.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI086405J04MX010.5 [MX04AP.J]
QI086405K05MX01green [MX04AP.J]
QI086405P99MX01to Conservation [MX04AP.J]
QI086406A21MX01si [MX04AP.J]
QI086406B11MX01Fragment of a seal impression with very faint traces of an impression, possibly a man. The edges are indented in. [MX04AP.J]
QI086406J01MX012.8 [MX04AP.J]
QI086406J02MX011.6 [MX04AP.J]
QI086406J07MX010.5 [MX04AP.J]
QI086406K05MX01dark gray [MX04AP.J]
QI086407A20MX01caf [MX04AP.J]
QI086407A21MX01uk [MX04AP.J]
QI086407B11MX01Conical shaped piece of clay with rounded edges so that the base is almost semi-circular. Very coarse ware with many inclusions yet retaining a very smooth surface. [MX04AP.J]
QI086407J01MX014.3 [MX04AP.J]
QI086407J04MX014.9 [MX04AP.J]
QI086407K05MX01whitish [MX04AP.J]
QI086408B11MX01Clay fragment, cylindrical in shape and truncated at the base. It seems to be thinner in the upper part but an oblique cut damaged the original shape. Clay constitutes a very compact ware with a smoothed surface similar to figurines, and may be a leg or arm. [MX04AP.J]
QI086408J01MX013.8 [MX04AP.J]
QI086408J04MX011.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI086408K05MX01dark brown [MX04AP.J]
QI086409A21MX01bl [MX04AP.J]
QI086409B11MX01Small square shape obsidian blade fragment [MX04AP.J]
QI086409J07MX010.3 [MX04AP.J]
QI086409K03MX01OB [MX04AP.J]
QI086409K05MX01black [MX04AP.J]
QI086410A21MX02bo [MX04AP.J]
QI086410B11MX02fragment of a sharply carinated bowl (RC1 ware) with small portions of the rim and base preserved. Traces of breaking visible. [MX04AP.J]
QI086410J03MX0214 [MX04AP.J]
QI086410J05MX024 [MX04AP.J]
QI086701A21MX01cl [MX04AP.J]
QI086701B11MX01fragment of sealing clay with no impression visible [MX04AP.J]
QI086701J01MX011.1 [MX04AP.J]
QI086701J02MX010.9 [MX04AP.J]
QI086701J07MX010.8 [MX04AP.J]
QI086701K05MX01gray [MX04AP.J]
QI086702A20MX01caf [MX04AP.J]
QI086702A21MX01sling ball [MX04AP.J]
QI086702B11MX01Fragmented sling ball with one end containing a small hole, which does not extend through the entire body. Made of very coarse ware with a rough surface. [MX04AP.J]
QI086702J01MX014.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI086702J07MX012.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI086702K05MX01brown [MX04AP.J]
QI08680101B11MX01blade fragment. Very smoothed stone. In the back traces of cutting. It could be a stone waste. [MX04AP2.J]
QI086802A21MX01cl [MX04AP.J]
QI086802B11MX01Clay lump circular in shape with the one surface curved and a string impression on the other side. [MX04AP.J]
QI086802J01MX012.4 [MX04AP.J]
QI086802J07MX012.9 [MX04AP.J]
QI086802K05MX01brown/gray [MX04AP.J]
QI086803A20MX01caf [MX04AP.J]
QI086803A21MX01uc [MX04AP.J]
QI086803B11MX01clay artifact with an oval, typical "sling ball" shape. [MX04AP.J]
QI086803J01MX014.3 [MX04AP.J]
QI086803J04MX013 [MX04AP.J]
QI086803K05MX01brown [MX04AP.J]
QI086804A21MX01cl [MX04AP.J]
QI086804B11MX01sealing clay with no impression visible [MX04AP.J]
QI086804J01MX012.5 [MX04AP.J]
QI086804J02MX011.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI086804J07MX010.6 [MX04AP.J]
QI086804K05MX01gray [MX04AP.J]
QI086804P01MX01discarded [MX04AP.J]
QI087001A20MX11laf [MX12LR4.J]
QI087001A21MX11debitage [MX12LR4.J]
QI087001B11MX11flint core with a small piece showing the original stone surface. Circular round ball shape. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087001J02MX113.9 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087001J04MX113 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087002A21MX11cl [MX12LR4.J]
QI087002P01MX11discarded since lump showed no visible signs of impression or working [MX12LR4.J]
QI087003A21MX11cl [MX12LR4.J]
QI087003P01MX11discarded since clay lump showed no sign of being worked nor sealed. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087004A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI087004B11MX11Piece of gray sealing clay smoothed on one side with chaff or straw impression on one side. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087004J02MX112.6 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087004J04MX111.9 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087004J07MX111.1 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087101A21MX11wh [MX12LR4.J]
QI087101B11MX11clay unbaked wheel with a protruding piece at the center and perforated. Very poorly made. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087101J04MX113.8 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087101J07MX112.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087101K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI087102A20MX11caf [MX12LR4.J]
QI087102A21MX11uc [MX12LR4.J]
QI087102B11MX11very thin gray piece of clay molded flat with a circular shape similar to a wheel in which only a fragment remains (30%). One surface contains impressed vertical lines that are raised. Due to its thickness this piece is in fragile condition consisting of three pieces. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087102J02MX112 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087102J04MX111.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087102J07MX110.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087102P99MX11sent to conservation for restoration in MZ16 [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710301A20MX11caf [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710301A21MX11uk [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710301B11MX11baked clay artifact with one surface displaying a flat smooth side with two linear impressions. [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710301J02MX113.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710301J04MX112.6 [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710301J07MX111.9 [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710302A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710302B11MX11hard piece of gray sealing clay with a nice deep string impression on one side. The string impression measured .4cm thick and has smaller finer lines inside the larger string impression. These finer lines may be the individual fibers or thread impressions. The clay sealing also has two sides with smooth flat impressions that also show lines, possible wood or fabric impression. [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710302J02MX112.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710302J04MX111.8 [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710303A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710303B11MX11reddish clay lump with multiple fabric and peg impressions visible. One area shows tiny wavy lines that may be an impression of a piece of fabric and other areas show possible peg and finger impressions. The shape of the lump is very irregular in shape. [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710303J02MX114.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710303J04MX113.1 [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710304A21MX11cl [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710304B11MX11round clay lumps forming circular balls. These balls look man made but contain no impressions nor noticable working marks on them. One ball is fragmented and in fragile condition. [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710304B20MX112 [MX12LR4.J]
QI08710304J03MX112.5 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087104A21MX11cl [MX12LR4.J]
QI087104P01MX11discarded since lump showed no visible signs of impression or working [MX12LR4.J]
QI087105A20MX11caf [MX12LR4.J]
QI087105A21MX11uk [MX12LR4.J]
QI087105B11MX11circular star shaped clay object found in the ashy pit fill f289. This piece has two smooth flat surfaces (top and bottom) with a centered hole/perforation running through the object width-wise. The edge of the piece is round but pinched off in four different areas forming a star shaped pattern. The object is only 40% of the original piece and one can assume that the piece continued the pinching pattern all around the circular edge. Fingerprints are visible in the pinched areas. Object is not fired, brown in color, and fragile since unbaked clay. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087105J02MX115.6 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087105J07MX112.4 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087105P99MX11to draw in MZ16 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087107B11MX11Large piece of the bottom side of a ceramic strainer. The bottom rounds off and contains many protrusions evenly spaced throughout the piece. Chaff tempered with the surface showing smoothing signs done with a reed or finger. Rounded base with a centered hole. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087107J02MX1111.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087107J02MX119.6 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087107J04MX116.3 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087107J07MX110.6 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087107J07MX113.9 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087107K03MX11CHAFF TEMPERED [MX12LR4.J]
QI087107K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI087201A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI087201B11MX11gray sealing clay with one smooth side possibly a peg impression. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087201J02MX113 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087201J04MX112 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087201J07MX111.3 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087302A21MX11si [MX12LR4.J]
QI087302B11MX11clay lump with one side containing the fragment of a seal impression. Only a small portion can be seen and contains geometric lines. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087302J02MX112.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087302J04MX111.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087302P99MX11to mkb in MZ16 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087401A20MX11laf [MX12LR4.J]
QI087401A21MX11debitage [MX12LR4.J]
QI087401B11MX11clear stone tertiary flake and flat. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087401J02MX112.1 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087401J04MX111.3 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087401J07MX110.4 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087402A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI087402B11MX11small gray sealing clay fragments with a number of tiny wavy lines on one side that may be cloth or plant impression. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087402J02MX111.5 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087402J07MX111 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087501A20MX11caf [MX12LR4.J]
QI087501A21MX11uc [MX12LR4.J]
QI087501B11MX11solid clay artifact with a rounded shape and tapered pinched ends similar to a sling ball. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087501J02MX114.5 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087501J03MX113.1 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087601A20MX11laf [MX12LR4.J]
QI087601A21MX11debitage [MX12LR4.J]
QI087601B11MX11tertiary flake in a black and purple color [MX12LR4.J]
QI087601J02MX112.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087601J04MX112.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087602B11MX11burnt clay lump dark gray in color with an impression on one side. Three lines are visible running through one side and may be a string, straw, or similar type of impression. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087602J02MX112.5 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087602J03MX112.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087602J07MX111.6 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087603A21MX11bl [MX12LR4.J]
QI087603B11MX11flat blade with two cut sides sloping forming a rhombus shape in section/profile view. This piece is broken in two and also contains a tertiary obsidian flake. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087603J02MX112.5 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087603J04MX111.5 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087603K03MX11OB [MX12LR4.J]
QI087604A21MX11cl [MX12LR4.J]
QI087604P01MX11discarded since clay lump showed no signs of alteration or impression. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087801A21MX11wh [MX12LR4.J]
QI087801B11MX11rounded gray clay flattened at the top and bottom with a very small perforation at the center. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087801J04MX112.4 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087801J07MX110.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087801K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI087901A21MX11wh [MX12LR4.J]
QI087901B11MX11fragment(40%)of a dark gray baked wheel with flat smooth sides perforated at the center. [MX12LR4.J]
QI087901J04MX114.1 [MX12LR4.J]
QI087901K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI087901K05MX11dark gray [MX12LR4.J]
QI088101A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI088101B11MX11gray sealing clay with a finger impression visible. [MX12LR4.J]
QI088101J02MX112.4 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088101J04MX111.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088101J07MX110.8 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088401A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI088401B11MX11gray sealing clay with fabric impressions on one side. Clear thread marks and weaving pattern visible, and some areas a bunching of the fabric is seen. This sealing is in beautiful condition although in 3 fragments. [MX12LR4.J]
QI088401J02MX112.9 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088401J04MX112 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088401P99MX11Sent to conservation lab for restoration in MZ16 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088402A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI088402B11MX11gray irregular shaped sealing clay with no visible signs of any impressions. [MX12LR4.J]
QI088402P01MX11discarded [MX12LR4.J]
QI088501A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI088501B11MX11piece of gray sealing clay rectangular shaped with one side flat and the edges pinched up (fingerprints visible in these pinched portions). Two sides (the shorter sides of the rectangle) are also flat with the under side an irregular shape with a thin linear marking. [MX12LR4.J]
QI088501J02MX114.5 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088501J04MX113 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088501J07MX111.4 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088501K05MX11gray [MX12LR4.J]
QI088502A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI088502B11MX11gray sealing clay with fingerprints impressed throughout the piece also contains smooth surfaces and a thumb impression. [MX12LR4.J]
QI088502J02MX112.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088502J04MX112.9 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088599B11MX11small piece of yellow colored quartz with the ends smoothed. Unclear if naturally cut or worked. [MX12LR4.J]
QI088599J02MX113 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088599J07MX111.1 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088602A21MX11fg [MX12LR4.J]
QI088602B11MX11body of an animal figurine. Piece is a light tan color with fingerprint impressions throughout the extremities (pinching marks). Legs are visible but broken off as well as the tail, and neck. The hindquarters contain a small piece of clay attached as a tail. [MX12LR4.J]
QI088602J01MX113.5 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088602J02MX117.1 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088602K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI088602P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI088603A20MX11caf [MX12LR4.J]
QI088603A21MX11uk [MX12LR4.J]
QI088603B11MX11Thick square shaped unbaked clay artifact of a dark brown coloring. This object was found in ashy pit fill f289. All four sides of this object are pinched or indented in slightly. The bottom is smooth and flat with the top rounded off. The pinched points retain finger shapes allowing the fingers to easily slip into the indentations. [MX12LR4.J]
QI088603J02MX115.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088603J04MX113.9 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088603J07MX113.4 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088604A21MX11wh [MX12LR4.J]
QI088604B11MX11circular thick clay piece chaff tempered with the edges rounded off. Perforated at the center and object looks like it was once a piece of pottery worked into a wheel. The diameter of the perforation: 1.7 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088604J04MX116.6 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088604J07MX112.3 [MX12LR4.J]
QI088604K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI089101A21MX11sp [MX12LR4.J]
QI089101B11MX11spiral shape small pink shell [MX12LR4.J]
QI089101J02MX111.2 [MX12LR4.J]
QI089101J07MX110.5 [MX12LR4.J]
QI089101K03MX11SH [MX12LR4.J]
QI089301A21MX11bd-c [MX12LR4.J]
QI089301B11MX11baked clay bead circular shape and flattened with a hole in the center. [MX12LR4.J]
QI089301J04MX111.25 [MX12LR4.J]
QI089301J07MX110.35 [MX12LR4.J]
QI089301K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI089302A21MX11sl [MX12LR4.J]
QI089302B11MX11gray sealing clay with two finger impressions in good condition. [MX12LR4.J]
QI089302J02MX113 [MX12LR4.J]
QI089302J04MX112 [MX12LR4.J]
QI089302J07MX111.4 [MX12LR4.J]
QI089799B11MX11A complete rim, neck, and some body of a jar. Square rim with three sets of horizontal incised lines. The first decoration consists of three incised lines followed by another set of 4 lines below, the next set is broken off but one can see that there was another decoration. This item has been restored. [MX12LR4.J]
QI089799J03MX1112 [MX12LR4.J]
QI089799K03MX11RC1 [MX12LR4.J]
QI089799K04MX11j [MX12LR4.J]
QI089799P99MX11to drafting [MX12LR4.J]
QI089902B11MX11Complete rim, neck, and some of the body of a flaring neck jar with pointed rim. Contains an incised decoration. Orange colored jar, chaff tempered with calcar inclusions visible. [MX12LR4.J]
QI089902J03MX1110 [MX12LR4.J]
QI089902K03MX11CH [MX12LR4.J]
QI089902K04MX11j [MX12LR4.J]
QI089902P99MX11to drafting [MX12LR4.J]
QI089902ZcaS1MX11N [MX12LR4.J]
QI089902ZcaS2MX11f [MX12LR4.J]
QI089902ZcaS3MX112 [MX12LR4.J]
QI090001A21MX11fg [MX12LR4.J]
QI090001B11MX11body of an animal figurine with the hindquarters in tact and showing a high tail (broken). The underside contains two protrusions that appear to be the animal's teats next to the hind legs. The figurine is unbaked brown clay and in fragile condition. This item contains possible pieces that may belong to the figurine and was sent to the conservation lab for restoration next year (MZ16). [MX12LR4.J]
QI090001J02MX114.3 [MX12LR4.J]
QI090001J04MX112.8 [MX12LR4.J]
QI090001K03MX11CL [MX12LR4.J]
QI090001P02R814Sent to Der-el Zor Museum in 2003 [R813LR.J]
QI090001P99MX11to Conservation [MX12LR4.J]
QI090201B11MX11small conical cup light gray in color with the inner surface containing horizontal ridges. Fragmented and found inside a small hole in the stone pavement a12 f336. This conical cup is not complete and is missing approximately 25%. The base is string cut with visible string impression and also calcar and chaff inclusions seen on surface. [MX12LR4.J]
QI090201J03MX1110 [MX12LR4.J]
QI090201J04MX114 [MX12LR4.J]
QI090201J07MX111 [MX12LR4.J]
QI090201K03MX11CH [MX12LR4.J]
QI090201K04MX11Cup [MX12LR4.J]
QI090801A20MX02caf [MX04AP.J]
QI090801A21MX02Numeric tablet [MX04AP.J]
QI090801J01MX024.2 [MX04AP.J]
QI090801J02MX023.6 [MX04AP.J]
QI090801J04MX020.7 [MX04AP.J]
QI090801K05MX02gray [MX04AP.J]
R0001D04L61241371 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D05L61236587 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D06L6128794 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D07L612at object [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D08L612i1 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D11L612m2504 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D12L612m2503 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D13L612m2503: 8819+109-134 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D14L612509 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D15L612256 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0001D16L612134 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D04L61241208 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D05L61237066 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D06L6128809 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D07L612center of cv [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D08L612i2 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D11L612m2504 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D12L612m2502 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D13L612m2502: 8905+58-154 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D14L612501 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D15L612251 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0002D16L612154 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D04L61241288 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D05L61238128 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D06L6129163 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D07L612at object [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D08L612i3 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D11L612m2528 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D12L612m2529 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D13L612m2528: 9257+51-145 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D14L612278 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D15L612180 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0003D16L612145 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D04L61241626 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D05L61237173 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D06L6128867 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D07L612corner [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D08L612f7 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D11L612m2505 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D12L612m2501 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D13L612m2504: 8893+135-161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0004D14L612319 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0005D06L6128867 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0005D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0005D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0005D08L612f4 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0005D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0005D11L612m2505 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0005D13L612m2504: 8893+135-161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0005D14L612453 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0005D15L612491 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0006D04L61241623 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D05L61237006 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D06L6128867 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D08L612f7 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D11L612m2505 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D12L612m2501 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D13L612m2504: 8893+135-161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D14L612453 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D15L612491 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0006D16L612161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0007D06L6128867 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0007D07L612corner [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0007D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0007D08L612f4 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0007D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0007D11L612m2501 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0007D12L612m2502 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0007D13L612m2504: 8893+135-161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0007D16L612161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0008D06L6128867 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0008D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0008D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0008D08L612f4 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0008D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0008D11L612m2501 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0008D12L612m2502 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0008D13L612m2504: 8893+135-161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0008D14L612288 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0008D15L612304 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0008D16L612161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0009D06L6128867 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0009D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0009D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0009D08L612f4 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0009D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0009D11L612m2501 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0009D13L612m2504: 8893+135-161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0010D06L6128867 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0010D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0010D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0010D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0010D11L612m2504 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0010D13L612m2504: 8893+135-161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0010D14L612531 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0011D06L6128867 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0011D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0011D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0011D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0011D11L612m2504 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0011D12L612m2505 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0011D13L612m2504: 8893+135-161 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0012D06L6128867 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0012D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0012D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0012D08L612a1 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0012D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0012D11L612m2503 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0012D12L612m2504 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0012D13L612m2502: 8905+81-119 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0012D14L612453 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0012D15L612577 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0013D06L6128732 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0013D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0013D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0013D08L612a1 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0013D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0013D11L612m2503 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0013D12L612m2504 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0013D13L612m2502: 8791-59 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0013D14L612428 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0013D15L612601 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0014D05L61236499 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0014D06L6128691 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0014D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0014D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0014D08L612a1 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0014D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0014D11L612m2504 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0014D12L612m2503 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0014D13L612m2502: 8771-80 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0014D14L612587 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0014D15L612345 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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R0015D06L6128809 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0015D07L612point [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0015D07L612see sketch 8 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0015D08L612a2 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0015D10L612t [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0015D11L612m2541 [R7QFAB1R.J]
R0015D12L612m2556 [R7QFAB1R.J]
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