Unit Book A16

Version 2


Processed on 2024-07-09


Roster Date Author Record
Best definition 0000-00-00 !! ho [Input: R805PC.j]
Summary 2007-07-16 cJC Two holes (f336, f335) in a stone that forms part of the stone pavement a12. These were filled with dirt and some pottery sherds (f337). The holes may have been used to hold poles or posts of some sort in the courtyard. [Input: R716CJC.j]
Best image 0000-00-00 pC [Input: R805PC.j]



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Definition 0000-00-00 pC ho [Input: R805PC.j]
Description (summary) 2002-09-26 fAB holes in a12 [Input: MX12FAB.j]
2002-09-26 fAB two holes aligned EW cut into a hole of pavement a12. These two holes do not seem to be part of a door socket since the inside is not worn smooth by the turning of a post, but is lightly ridged by the tool that cut the holes. Holes come to a point at base. Probably not part of a roofing structure since we assume that the wall to the N would be at some distance, too far for a sheltering roof; this will be seen in later seasons when we excavate to the N. [Input: MX12FAB.j]


Volumetric Localization

Roster Date Author Record
Locus 2007-07-16 cJC k204 [Input: R716CJC.j]

Spatial Aggregation

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Features within aggregate 2000-12-18 !! f335 (^ho), f336 (^ho), f337 (^fi) [Input: A-CUMUL.j]
q-lots within aggregate 2000-12-18 !! q902 [Input: A-CUMUL.j]

Time Sequencing

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Stratum (to which element belongs) 2015-05-20 !! s530AAH [Input: ZA520CJC.j]
Phase (to which element belongs) 2015-05-20 !! h4jAAH [Input: ZA520CJC.j]



Roster Date Author Record
Generic function (1st degree of specificity) 2002-09-26 fAB possibly holes for a standard; holes are roughly in the middle of what we project to be the middle of the courtyard. [Input: MX12FAB.j]


Site Presentation

Roster Date Author Record
Notes on conservation or analysis 2002-09-26 fAB We asked bA and sB to come and look at the dark stain on the inside of both holes in case it would be caused by the presence of metal; they thought it unlikely that the stain was caused by metal, but could be a product of a resin or glue-like substance. [Input: MX12FAB.j]


Analogical Record

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View/drawing of aggregate

2007-08-03 pC [Input: R803PC.j]

2007-08-03 pC [Input: R803PC.j]

2007-08-03 pC [Input: R803PC.j]

2007-08-03 pC [Input: R803PC.j]