Unit Book J1


Processed on 2023-12-09


Analogical Record

Roster Date Author Record

2000-08-08 !! [Input: TMPL-K88.j]
View/drawing of aggregate 2009-09-01 lC a8 (Stone structure) [Input: T902LC.j]
View/drawing of features 2009-09-01 lC f72 (wall), f180 (bench), f196 (early escarpment), f239 (fill), f259 (wall), f288 (wall), f309 (early escarpment), f318 (installation), f336 (collapse) [Input: T902LC.j]
View/drawing of locus 2009-09-01 lC k127, k130 [Input: T902LC.j]
View/drawing orientation 2009-09-01 lC looking north [Input: T902LC.j]
Text description of view 2009-09-01 lC View showing the final situation in k127. The picture shows clearly the ED III revetment wall f72 with the ^esc1 cut by the ED III cut, and the ^esc2, here preserved just in its western portion. Below these ED III structures have been exposed two big stone walls forming the L shaped structure a8. These lower walls possibly date back to Late Chalcolithic period, as seems to show the pottery found at the base of the northern wall f288, even if so far in a very restricted assemblage, due to the small dimension of the sounding k130. To the south of the structure is visible a big stone collapse, likely linked with the structure a8. This structure is probably linked with a Late Chalcolithic mound and Late Chalcolithic Plaza. [Input: T902LC.j]
Web view

2009-09-01 dm [Input: J01V-T^.j]
Photo of view

2009-09-01 dm [Input: J01V-T^.j]