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definition (typological label) 1999-7-22 lr wall [Input File: ZG131hs.j]

strategy (projected or implemented) 1999-7-18 MKB This feature is actually A10f227; two features which are contemporary with this are A12f131 and A12f175. However only the sherds from A10f227 are available at this point for analysis; when the other feature sherds are available they will be added to this analysis. [Input File: j718p.J]

Volumetric Localization
m#/elev @top 1999-7-22 lr row of stones, a22 [Input File: ZG131hs.j]

Time Sequencing
notes on time sequencing 1999-6-30 mkb see my notes (j630) under f194 [Input File: A10-12~1.j]
1999-7-18 MKB DATE of FEATURE (j718) Late in the Simple Ware Tradition [Input File: j718p.J]

components (within element) 1999-7-18 MKB POTTERY (j718) Out of about 50 sherds only one is clearly later, a coil base (A10q486-p8). One base did have heavy traces of bitumen inside (A10q486-p10); its shape and ware cannot be dated except to note the fact that bitumen use in the Simple ware Tradition is not common. The remaining sherds in the feature are either not chronologically specific or dated to the later part of the Simple Ware Tradition. These include bowls with a square rim, one of which has an exterior tab handle similar to the deep bowls from Temple BA but in this case made from a much rougher ware. String cut bases have a sharp angle between the body wall and the base. -- One possible ETC bowl rim. -- One WS jar sherd with a folded over rim looks like a late type but since it is made in WS ware it most probably is early (A10q484-p6). [Input File: j718p.J]