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description (summary) 2000-6-26 jl Part of k21 west of blocking stone of doorway; also, area outside of corridor to north and south of blocking stone itself [Input File: k627jl.j]
best view 2001-2-26 jl V13d1054 [Input File: M815jl.j]
2001-2-26 jl V13d1247 [Input File: M815jl.j]

daily notes 2000-7-03 lr Today we continued to take down the baulk in k23 or former k21. okk photographed the baulk yesterday in order to document that the gullywash extends all the way down to the stones. The soil of the gullywash is typical, lots of vertical sherds with no visible surface found in section. The material is very soft and contains very little organic material. It is interesting to note that in the south eastern side, next to the southern baulk, a small area containing an ashy layer is visible. There is also red bricky material in large chunks spread out throughout the area. It is possible that this material became trapped in between the stones and formed pockets of brick but since it was found throughout the area we are assuming it is somekind of brick fall similar to the one found in k18 and k19 (f215, f217). We stopped digging at this layer since it was apparent that we were no longer in gullywash. [Input File: K703lr.j]