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includes other label 2008-9-12 lR ^w1 [Input File: S912lr.j]
category !! !! installation [Input File: !!]
definition (typological label) 2008-7-23 lR wall [Input File: S727lr5.j]
best image !! !!
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description (summary) 2008-7-27 lR mud brick wall running west to east in the northwest corner of k13, partly in the north baulk. The wall measures 50 cm in width, constructed of one brick and a half. The length is unknown as the wall is yet completely excavated, at the moment measures 120 cms. Two types of bricks are present, an orange-reddish and gray bricks with gray mortar lines, with two courses currently visible. The bricks run into the west baulk with more bricks visible in the west baulk suggesting the wall turns to form a corner. A parallel wall may be present 127 cm south from f41. Here a large bricky mass is present but no clear brick faces or lines distinguishable. [Input File: S728lr.j]

daily notes 2008-7-28 lR Spent the entire day focusing on f41 and the area to the west. Only the northwest corner was articulated and defined thus far so increments of 5cms was shaved off from the surface to see if these bricks extend to the east. Two more bricks were found but the area is extremely confusing with hard compact material showing no brick lines or faces. The strategy then changed, starting from the south end working towards the bricks, 10 cms was removed to see if the inner face of the wall could be found. The faces were found however more bricks surfaced below, extending the width of the wall by a meter to the south. Either this is a very thick wall or something other than a wall. [Input File: S728lr.j]
2008-7-29 lR In the northeast in line with f41 more bricks surfaced indicating that the wall continues to the east, under the baulk. Bricks are also present in k14 east; if this is the same wall then this is either a very large structure or a wall delineating an area, similar in function to a fence. [Input File: S729lr.j]
2008-8-09 lR More bricks are beginning to surface south of the defined area for f41. This bricks are the same orientation, found lower in elevation. At this moment we are leaving these bricks are part of f41 and defining it as a thick wall. In the next locus, k14, the same situation is visible with more bricks to the south of f63 wall, also at a lower elevation. One possibility is that these walls are later additions to narrow an associated room or alternatively, these could be two walls that abut each other. [Input File: S809lr.j]
2008-8-25 lC We finished removing part of f30, to find a compact surface, visible in section, and to find more bricks of the wall f41. [Input File: S825lC.j]
argument 2008-7-28 lR One argument for defining f41 as a pavement rests on the burned area, f59, sitting on one of the bricks of f41, similar to a hearth of some sort. This could be also a reuse of the original wall, setting a hearth over the wall after abandonment and build-up of the area. [Input File: S728lr.j]

Volumetric Localization
relays (applicable to elements) 2008-8-05 yM 144 (42423 41449 - 9322 / Relay location: SE) [Input File: S805YM-R.J]
2008-8-05 yM 145 (42468 41454 - 9304 / Relay location: NE) [Input File: S805YM-R.J]
2008-8-05 yM 142 (42598 41105 - 9348 / Relay location: NW) [Input File: S805YM-R.J]
2008-8-05 yM 143 (42509 41099 - 9333 / Relay location: SW) [Input File: S805YM-R.J]
2008-8-07 yM 144 (42423 41449 - 9322 / Relay location: se) [Input File: S808LR4R.J]
m#/elev @top 2008-7-23 lR m4707 [Input File: S727lr5.j]
height @top 2008-7-23 lR 46 [Input File: S727lr5.j]
h-eye @top 2008-7-23 lR 150 [Input File: S727lr5.j]

Contact Association
type of contact: latest events 2008-8-13 lR f30 (brickfall) covers f41 (wall) [Input File: S813lr.J]
type of contact: earliest events 2008-8-13 lR f41 (wall) abuts f105 (wall) [Input File: S813lr.J]

Time Sequencing

color 2008-8-02 lR light orange [Input File: S802lr.j]
color number (Munsell) 2008-8-02 lR 5YR7/2-5YR8/4 [Input File: S802lr.j]
texture, surface finish 2008-8-02 lR sandy clay [Input File: S802lr.j]

Analogical Record
view/drawing of features

2008-7-23 / sE / [Input File:S803lr3.j]

2008-7-23 / sE / [Input File:S803lr3.j]

2008-7-30 / lR / [Input File:S811lC.j]

2008-8-06 / yM / [Input File:S812lC.j]

2008-8-06 / yM / [Input File:S812lC.j]

2008-8-04 / sE / [Input File:S812lC.j]

2008-8-06 / yM / [Input File:S812lC.j]

2008-8-06 / yM / [Input File:S812lC.j]

2008-8-19 / lC / [Input File:S828lC.j]

2008-8-19 / lC / [Input File:S828lC.j]

2008-8-27 / yM / [Input File:S909lC.j]

2008-8-27 / yM / [Input File:S909lC.j]

2008-8-28 / lC / [Input File:S909lC2.j]

2008-8-28 / lC / [Input File:S909lC2.j]

2008-9-06 / lC / [Input File:S915lC.j]

2008-8-28 / lC / [Input File:S909lC2.j]

2008-8-28 / lC / [Input File:S909lC2.j]

2008-9-06 / lC / [Input File:S916lC.j]