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definition (typological label) 2008-9-16 lC wall [Input File: S916lC2.j]

description (summary) 2008-9-16 lC Row of vertical mud bricks probably forming a wall. It seems to be the north edge of a6 because in some points the clay layer f150 around the pavement f132 seems abutting these bricks. This link is not so clear because there are many animal holes disturbing both the features. The bricks are very badly preserved and not many lines are visible. The wall is preserved for about 185 cm east to west, it is 25 cm high and 15-18 cm wide. The bricks are gray and seem to be of the same type of the f63 wall's mud brick. [Input File: S916lC2.j]

argument 2008-9-16 lC The wall seems to be part of a6, because in some points the clay layer f150 is abutting it, even if the are a is quite disturbed. Neither the relationship of the wall f154 with the wall f63 is clear, because between them there is a gap, fill with softer soil, so we don't have a physical contact. Moreover for a room like a6 we should expect a wider wall, even if also the wall f92 is quite narrow, and they could belong to a secondary reuse of the room. This wall doesn't have a link with the wall 86 from which is separated by a gap, and it doesn't start in line with the last vertical brick of the wall f86, next to the doorway, but about 20 cm to the north. [Input File: S916lC2.j]

Volumetric Localization
notes on volumetric localization 2008-9-16 lC We didn't take relays and neither elevation for this feature because we assigned this new feature at the very end of the season. [Input File: S916lC2.j]

Time Sequencing

ware or material 2008-9-16 lC Bricks [Input File: S916lC2.j]
color 2008-9-16 lC Very pale brown [Input File: S916lC2.j]
color number (Munsell) 2008-9-16 lC 10YR7/3 [Input File: S916lC2.j]

Aglyptic impressions on sealings (Zai)
hole diameter 2008-9-16 lC Compact [Input File: S916lC2.j]