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category !! !! buildup [Input File: !!]
definition (typological label) 1999-7-17 lr accumulation C [Input File: ZG130hs.j]

strategy (projected or implemented) 1999-6-30 mkb It was decided to wash all future lots and check for whole vessels before the individual sherd analysis [Input File: A10-12~1.j]
argument 1999-6-30 mkb POTTERY (j630) a number of unexpected whole vessels may have been stratified in this feature including a number of carinated bowls and carinated small jars. These vessels cannot be reconstructed because the discovery was made after the body sherds had been counted and discarded. [Input File: A10-12~1.j]
1999-6-30 mkb POTTERY (j630) question of why do f222 and f227 (f226 has not been processed so far) look more like AK levels and f194 later? Possible answers: this is a pit, a stratified pit (i.e. used over a long period of time, but I consider this unlikely given the number and date of the whole vessels in it), or that the strata changed without any noticible stratigraphic indications (most likely explanation). [Input File: A10-12~1.j]

Volumetric Localization
m#/elev @top 1999-7-17 lr ac of fl f195 [Input File: ZG130hs.j]

Time Sequencing
strata (included within phase) 1999-6-30 mkb POTTERY (j630) Date: Bitumen Painted and Repaired Tradition; post AK floor levels [Input File: A10-12~1.j]

components (within element) 1999-6-30 mkb POTTERY (j630) Even though not completely excavated as yet, some conclusions can be drawn as to the ceramic contents of the feature. A minimum estimate of the whole vessels includes 6 high necked jars, -- 2 medium necked jars, 2 straight sided bowls or pots, 1 carinated pot with turned out rim, 12 small carinated bowls including two whole examples, 1 medium high necked jar with black painted neck and rim, little S ware.--Decoration: 1 straight rim jar with incised undulating lines with straight lines below (A10q467-p1), 1 straight sided bowl or pot with flat ridged rim, on the shoulder with incised undulating lines with punched alternating diagonals (imitation rope?) beneath (A10q480-p8,13,19-all from the same vessel) [Input File: A10-12~1.j]