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category !! !! buildup [Input File: !!]
definition (typological label) 1999-7-22 lr layer [Input File: ZG131hs.j]

strategy (projected or implemented) 1999-7-18 MKB A10f222 and A12f76 are analyzed here together. [Input File: j718p.J]

Volumetric Localization
m#/elev @top 1999-7-22 lr ashy layer under wadi wash [Input File: ZG131hs.j]

Contact Association
notes on contact association 1999-7-18 MKB A12f76 [Input File: j718p.J]

Time Sequencing
notes on time sequencing 1999-6-30 mkb see my notes (j630) under f194 [Input File: A10-12~1.j]

components (within element) 1999-7-18 MKB POTTERY (j718) Sherd composition is similar to A10f226+. -- Later sherds include two sharply carinated bowls (A12q38-p17 f76 and A12q16-p19 f76), a straight necked jar with ribbs on the neck in ROG ware (A12q38-p9 f76) and a similar example in FC ware (A12q4-p2 f76). One deep red slipped small jar rim may be from the Habur period (A12q16-p15 f76). -- Early sherds include more ROG sherds because the feature is later in the Simple Ware Tradition and the finer S and WS wares were no longer being made in such abundance. Square rim bowls, one WS pointed base (A12q5-p5 f76), one pierced lug handle (A12q16-p24 f76), cups and bowls with straight sides in S and WS ware, one BC bowl rim (A12q16-p17 f76), one gray ware flat base (A12q16 f76), and one very rough ware jar flat base in CH ware which is secondarily fired (A12q16-p26 f76). [Input File: j718p.J]