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category !! !! surface [Input File: !!]
definition (typological label) 1999-6-24 jo pavement [Input File: zg1183ms.j]
627 jo [Input File: j716jo.j]

description (summary) 1999-6-25 gb paving at the base of k11 [Input File: J626gb.J]
1999-6-26 jo A12 corresponding number of A10 f230 [Input File: zg127ms.J]

Volumetric Localization
m#/elev @top 627 jo equal A10 f230 [Input File: j716jo.j]
1999-6-24 jo stone pv at the corner of f87 and f88 [Input File: zg1183ms.j]

Contact Association
type of contact: latest events 1999-6-29 jo f73 (accumulation C) covers f89 (pavement) [Input File: zg127ms.J]

Time Sequencing


generic fnc. (1st degree of specificity) 1999-6-25 gb The nature of the paving is uncertain. (1) A walking pavement seems unlikely because it appears that both walls A12f45 and A12f16 reach their lowest level at a common elevation which coincides with the elevation of the paving (this is based on a probing with a metal stake below the level of the exposed stone courses: such probing has indicated that there are no more stones)/ If we are at the bottom of the foundations, one can hardly consider this a pavement linked with them. (2) In terms of absolute elevation, a preliminary test indicates that we are about 70 cms below the first floors of AK: while it is not inconceivable that the outside flloor is lower thanb the inside one, it does not in and of itself seems plausible. (3) The paving could be a link anong the two foundations: but why is it so level as to look exactly like a paving, and what is its function since it does not tie the foundations by underlying them? (4) The paving could also be an earlier floor surface: but why does it match so exactly the base of the stone foundations? [Input File: J626gb.J]