Unit Book J1


Processed on 2023-12-09


Analogical Record

Roster Date Author Record

2000-08-08 !! [Input: TMPL-K88.j]
View/drawing of features 2009-09-01 lC f259 (wall), f278 (accumulation D), f288 (wall), f336 (collapse), f344 (cut), f348 (floor, type d), f349 (collapse), f362 (accumulation D) [Input: T902LC.j]
View/drawing of locus 2009-09-01 lC k127, k130 [Input: T902LC.j]
View/drawing orientation 2009-09-01 lC OH [Input: T902LC.j]
Text description of view 2009-09-01 lC General over head view of k127 showing the stone structure a8 formed by the bonded walls f288 and f259. This structure for location and nature seems having the same function of the revetment wall f72, so part of a sacral area likely formed by a mound and a plaza. These structure are probably dating to Late Chalcolithic because of the pottery recovered in the small sunding k130 where we reached the base of the EW wall f259. The ceramic assemblage is small and further excavations will let us to solve every doubt. In the middle of k127 is visible the massive stone collapse likely coming from these two walls. [Input: T902LC.j]
Web view

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

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