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Label is included in another 2009-9-14cJC ^apr2
Category 2004-7-1!! installations
Definition 2004-7-1mH wall
A98.NLabeling 2008-3-6pC this feature number was assigned in season MZ17 to the revetment wall, which in season MZ18 is f128. f128 is located in k13 and not in k12. The to pelevation of the wall f128 is around 91.30 and here is 93.43. I suspect that this structure is related to the first upper line of stones of the second apron f132, which is located in k22, k12 and k2 and its top elevation is 93.46

Description 2004-7-1mH The east-west wall of the temple terrace exposed in the German trenches. Located in k22, k12 and k2. Consists of large stones.

Recovery/Assignment and the Record
Harmonization 2010-12-22cJC This feature was originally thought to be part of the revetment wall but as pC discusses above it was later understood to be part of the second apron (^ap r2). Because there are no photographs it is difficult to determine. The relays suggest it is in the location of the apron rather than the wall.

Volumetric localization
Locus 2004-7-4mH k12
Relays 2004-6-28bP 1 (40732 49751 - 9274 / Relay location: top)
2004-6-28bP 2 (40680 50182 - 9317 / Relay location: top)
2004-6-28bP 3 (40607 50473 - 9326 / Relay location: top)
2004-6-28bP 4 (40589 50584 - 9325 / Relay location: top)
2004-6-28bP 5 (40574 50705 - 9343 / Relay location: top)
2004-6-28bP 6 (40543 50827 - 9344 / Relay location: top)
2004-6-28bP 7 (40498 50901 - 9346 / Relay location: top)
2004-6-28bP 8 (40299 50867 - 9304 / Relay location: top)
Elevation 2004-7-4mH 9343 @top

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2011-11-11cJC s148J2B
Phase to which stratum belongs 2011-11-11cJC h7mJ2B
Other reasons 2011-5-16cJC Although this feature was originally identified as part of the revetment wall ( f128) further analysis by pC indicates that it was actually a line of stones associated with the second apron ( f132) and thus has been assigned to the stratum with the second apron, rather than the revetment wall.
2011-11-21cJC Part of second apron

Analogical record
Drawing of view

Reference to Plot 2009-3-30pC p0015
2009-3-30pC p0016