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Description 2008-3-7pC k12 is a regular 5x5 meters locus. Two german trenches are cutting the square on the nortern and western part. The second apron f132 takes all the square. Defined by relays r26, r27 and markers m3597, m3613

Recovery/Assignment and the Record
Daily 2004-7-14aP we employed the team which worked in k14 to remove the southern part and the southern baulk of k12 The soil is quite soft which grass and roots, quite easy to remove. The goal is to expose and clean all the stones came out during the German excavations understanding if the stones belong to a wall and its alignment.
2004-7-15aP we are continuing to remove the baulk and we reached some of the stones of the possible "apron" ( f63, q160, q166, q170).
2004-7-18aP we are going down with the trench cleaning the stones which are coming out ( f63: q173, q177, q179, q187). Cleaning the "column" below an eroded stone we found some red bricky soil and maybe two bricks one red and one grey. However since we found them at the end of the day, we'll check better tomorrow if they are really bricks.
2004-7-19aP we draw the north-western section and we start to remove the western baulk of the square. The feature ( f70) is composed by mixed soil with graysh colour, quite compact. The eroded stones and the steps are continuing towards east under the baulk. We dug the following q-lots: q194, q197. By the way we also finished to remove the eastern baulk of k12 ( f63, q189).

Volumetric localization
Relays 2004-7-3bP 26 (40567 50902 - / Relay location: top)

Analogical record
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Reference to Plot 2009-3-30pC p0001
2009-3-30pC p0002
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2009-3-30pC p0008
2009-3-30pC p0017