File: /MZ/A/J02/D/F/0366.HTM
Processed on 06-09-2016
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Label is included in another 2010-11-28cJC ^ersn2
Category 2009-8-6!! unknown
Definition 2009-8-6cJC ~erosion cut
Summary 2009-9-9cJC Erosion cut seen in the south section of all k110, k5 and k15. It is very large and slopes sharply in eastern k5 before leveling off to a more gentle slope in the west. The surface underneath ( f339) is very hard and has forms a sharp division between the features above and below suggesting the cut was caused by water erosion. The brickfall rests immediately on top of the cut.
Best image 2009-9-9 cJC


Description 2009-8-19cJC This feature is the erosion cut that is seen in the south section in most of J2 (south k110, k5, k15). It slopes down from east to west and cuts through many layers. It slopes more sharply near the middle of the apron ( f131). It has damaged or totally removed many features, virtually all seen in the south section of k110 as well as removing all the layers that would have extended into k5.

Volumetric localization
Locus 2009-8-6cJC k5
2009-9-2cJC k15
Elevation 2011-1-5cJC 8711 @bottom
2011-1-5cJC 8815 @top

Contact association
Type of contact: Latest events 2009-8-29cJC f338 (brickfall) covers f366
2009-8-29cJC f342 (brickfall) covers f366
Type of contact: Earliest events 2009-8-19cJC f366 cuts f344 (floor B)
2009-8-19cJC f366 cuts f347 (floor B)
2009-8-19cJC f366 cuts f350 (floor B)
2009-8-19cJC f366 cuts f353 (floor)
2009-8-19cJC f366 cuts f355 (pavement C)
2009-8-19cJC f366 cuts f357 (floor D)
2009-8-20cJC f366 cuts f359 (floor)
2009-8-29cJC f366 cuts f361 (floor D)
2009-8-30cJC f366 cuts f361 (floor D)
2009-8-29cJC f366 cuts f362 (pavement C)
2009-8-30cJC f366 cuts f362 (pavement C)
2009-8-29cJC f366 cuts f363 (floor D)
2009-8-30cJC f366 cuts f363 (floor D)
2009-8-19cJC f366 cuts f364 (floor D)
2009-8-19cJC f366 cuts f365 (floor D)
Inclusions 06-09-2016 !! frequencies of ceramic vessels and sherds included within feature

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2011-11-11cJC s161J2B
Phase to which stratum belongs 2011-11-11cJC h7jJ2B
Stratigraphic reasons 2009-9-16cJC Because the Mittani brickfall rests directly on this feature, it must have been created in the phase immediately preceding the brickfall.
Other reasons 2011-5-16cJC Immediately before the Mittanni brickfall.
2011-11-21cJC This erosion happens immediately before the brickfall. If there were earlier Mittani activities they were erased by this erosion.

Analogical record
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Removed 2009-9-2cJC This erosion happens immediately before the brickfall. If there were earlier Mittani activities they were erased by this erosion.