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equals other label 2003-8-05 jl f412 [Input File: N805jl.j]
2003-8-05 jl f409 [Input File: N805jl.j]
2003-8-05 jl f405 [Input File: N805jl.j]
2003-8-05 jl f418 [Input File: N805jl.j]
2003-8-25 jl [Input File: N825jl.j]
2003-8-26 jl f415 [Input File: N826jl.j]
category !! !! buildup [Input File: !!]
definition (typological label) 2003-7-24 jl accumulation D [Input File: N810jl.j]

description (summary) 2003-8-05 jl This feature was discovered under the western part of f405. At its higher levels, it is unlaminated and dirty, at least compared to f405, in the sense that many pieces of pottery and and round stones are within it. At its lower levels, however, the laminations reappear. This makes me believe that it is the same as f412, that is, a layer of thicker material in between layers of laminations, and is therefore really just a part of the extended f405 sequence. [Input File: N805jl.j]
notes on designation and count 2003-8-26 jl It is important to point out that, although we have equalled this layer to the laminated layers because it was sandwiched in between them in one location, it clearly indicates a separate phase in the buildup of the laminations. The contents of the soil, namely large pieces of pottery and stone, are too different from the rest of the laminations to be coincidental. Furthermore, they seem too large and spatially restricted to be accidental. Could this signify some aspect of the layer's nature or purpose that we still don't understand? Or, like the large stones around the edge of k27, could they just be accidental construction debris or some other fallen material? The extremely large sherd in the portion of f411 which was absorbed by f415 when the new loci were made is especially worthy of consideration: see v231. [Input File: N826jl.j]
2003-8-26 jl When k29 and k30 were made, f411 was split between the two. Because we could no longer distinguish a color difference between f411 and f410, the brown accumulation, they were both absorbed by feature f415. Within k29, the rest of f411 became f418. [Input File: N826jl.j]

Volumetric Localization
m#/elev @top 2003-7-24 jl m3095 125-163 [Input File: N810jl.j]
height @top 2003-7-24 jl m3095 123-163 [Input File: N810jl.j]
h-eye @top 2003-7-24 jl N802jl [Input File: N810jl.j]

Contact Association
type of contact: contemporary events/movable items 2003-7-28 jl q1036 (pottery, bones) sits in f411 (accumulation D) [Input File: N806jl.j]

Time Sequencing
stratum (to which element belongs) 2003-9-21 jl [Input File: N921jl.j]
phase (to which element belongs) 2003-9-21 jl [Input File: N921jl.j]


Analogical Record
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