Unit Book A12


Processed on 2024-07-10



Roster Date Author Record
Description (summary) 2003-08-05 jl This view shows the entire circle before excavations today, in order to document visually the somewhat confusing assignment of features within A12 at this point. A combination of the two loci (k29 and k30) and the distinction between strong black seed layers (f419, f424) and weak black seed layers (f416, f421, f422, and f425) has resulted in a plethora of features. Along the eastern edge of the circle is f423, the mud "ledge". At this point, it is only clear along the eastern half of the circle; although the diggers have left a ledge along the western half as well, its existence has not been proven by a layer of black seeds sloping against it. At this point, we intend to excavate f422, to try to follow the strong black layer of f424, to see if we in fact find a ledge or if the black layer dwindles in strength and clarity in the western half of the circle. [Input: N805JL.j]


Analogical Record

Roster Date Author Record
Photo of context (v view)

2003-08-05 jl [Input: A12_VWX.j]
View/drawing of features 2003-08-05 jl f416 (accumulation A), f419 (accumulation A), f421 (accumulation A), f422 (accumulation A), f423 (installation), f424 (accumulation A), f425 (accumulation A) [Input: N806JL.j]
View/drawing of locus 2003-08-05 jl k29, k30 [Input: N806JL.j]
View/drawing orientation 2003-08-05 jl looking overheadeast [Input: N806JL.j]
Text description of view 2003-08-05 jl whole area [Input: N806JL.j]
Web view

2003-08-05 jl [Input: A12_VWX.j]