File: /MZ/A/J01/D/F/0377.HTM
Processed on 08-26-2016
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Label is included in another 2009-9-13lC ^cut1 [Input file: T913LC.J / T913LC.-J]
Category 2009-9-26!! unknown [Input file: T926LC.J / T926LC.-J]
Definition 2009-9-26lC pit cut [Input file: T926LC.J / T926LC.-J]

Description 2009-9-26lC Cut made to the south of LC structure ^st r1. We don't have any direct evidence for this cut because of the later ED III cut and because we didn't finish to remove the material filling it. Next excavtion to the south will clarify its shape and dimension. We can safely assume its presence because of the stratigraphy and the direct over position of ED III materials on top of Late Chalcolithic accumulations with a clear lack of Ninevite 5 material. We don't know why a so deep cut was dug at the base of the place were the big revetment wall was going to be built. [Input file: T926LC.J / T926LC.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2009-9-26lC k127 [Input file: T926LC.J / T926LC.-J]

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2011-2-10lC s651J1A [Input file: V211LC.J / V211LC.-J]
Phase to which stratum belongs 2011-2-10lC h3mJ1A [Input file: V211LC.J / V211LC.-J]
Stratigraphic reasons 2011-2-11lC No Direct evidence for this cut. Below the filling of esc^ filling cut f321 we found mixed Lc and EDIII material belonging to the stratum of the construction of the revetment wall. Assuming that for the construction of the wall the LC mound was cut (see the difference in elevations of LC material). We will find the shape of the cut, only after further excavation, when the surface of the Late Chalcolithic material will be exposed. [Input file: V212LC.J / V212LC.-J]