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Label is included in another 2010-11-28cJC ^fl2
Category 2009-7-26!! surface
Definition 2009-7-26cJC floor B
Summary 2009-9-1cJC Hard compact surface in south k110. It is about 10cm thick in section and a very distinct gray color. It has some sherds and pebbles embedded in it.
Best image 2009-9-1 cJC


Description 2009-7-26cJC Very hard surface with some small pebbles and sherds. Highly compacted and appearing to slope down to the southwest of J2. It is covered by the brickfall ( f338, f342). It is a light gray color.

Volumetric localization
Locus 2009-7-26cJC k5
Relays 2009-7-25cJC 1033 (38782 50706 - 8784 / Relay location: SW corner of f344)
2009-7-25cJC 1034 (38826 50712 - 8779 / Relay location: NW corner of f344)
Elevation 2009-7-26cJC 8772 @bottom
2009-7-26cJC 8783 @top

Contact association
Type of contact: Latest events 2009-8-30cJC f338 (brickfall) covers f344
2009-8-29cJC f338 (brickfall) overlays f344
2009-8-19cJC f366 (erosion cut) cuts f344
Type of contact: Contemporary events/Movable items 2009-7-26sH q852 sits in f344
Type of contact: Earliest events 2009-8-29cJC f344 covers f347 (floor B)
2009-8-30cJC f344 covers f347 (floor B)
Inclusions 06-09-2016 !! frequencies of ceramic vessels and sherds included within feature
F99.NContact 2009-8-29cJC f344 is covered by a thin layer in section, it has not been possible to correlate the features seen in the south section of k110 (the locus in which we found f344) with the previous excavations. It is possible that f310 is the feature covering f344 although there is no feature under the brickfall (which was a large feature f286) that matches the description of f344. Therefore, no types of contact have been assigned covering f344.
Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2011-11-11cJC s610J2B
Phase to which stratum belongs 2011-11-11cJC h3uJ2B
Stratigraphic reasons 2009-9-16cJC Based on ceramics dated to EDIIIB
Typological reasons 2009-9-18mKB q852- p1 conical cup with string cut base; - p16 coarse reddish-brown bowl similar to J2 f258 q683- p1 (see under this entry the references to comparative bowls in J1); - p5, - p15 and - p17 bowls with flat bases and strong wheel marks; - p3 yellow-buff jar with a slightly outturned rim; - p20 cup with string cut base with swelling of body wall just above the base; - p9 reddish-buff conical cup; - p8 greenish-buff conical cup
Other reasons 2011-5-16cJC Based on ceramics dated to EDIII
2011-11-21cJC Late EDIII floor in front of the apron. This is the highest preserved floor. It is possible there were more floors above this feature but they were destroyed or removed in antiquity due to erosion. The brickfall falls directly on this feature.
I99.NTime 2009-9-18mKB Phase 4c

Ware/Material 2009-7-26cJC clay
Color definition 2009-7-26cJC gray
Hardness 2009-7-26cJC hard
Texture 2009-7-26cJC smooth

Analogical record
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Storage 2009-7-26cJC T721