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category !! !! other features [Input File: !!]
definition (typological label) 2006-9-19 eI isolated stone [Input File: Q918eI3.j]
summary 2012-9-07 jW Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [Input File: W907jW.j]
best image 2007-7-20 mO
[Input File: R720mO.j]

description (summary) 2006-8-12 vVE Feature f510 is a large boulder that extends from the Northern baulk and rests on f509 which it overlays. [Input File: Q812vE2.j]

daily notes 2006-8-12 vVE This feature had already been exposed in a previous campaign when this locus, J3 k1, was a locus of J2. It was left standing and the deposits around and/or under it were excavated. This feature was assigned today to a500. [Input File: Q812vE2.j]
argument 2006-8-12 vVE The distribution of the cluster of stones of a500 is somewhat scattered and seems to slightly descend from the North to the South. These two observations seem to argue that they were dislodged from a stone structure that must have been lying to the north. This could only have been the second apron whose remaining top stones are already visible in k2 or, more precisely, in the older German trench B6. However, the stones of a500 do not seem to lie on the same surface (no surface is in fact apparent) and this argues for the interpretation that the stones were deposited over time and not in a single event. [Input File: Q812vE2.j]

Volumetric Localization
relays (applicable to elements) 2006-8-13 eI 1034 (40456 49430 - 9195 / Relay location: S corner) [Input File: Q814EI-R.J]
2006-8-13 eI 1035 (40464 49481 - 9210 / Relay location: NE corner) [Input File: Q814EI-R.J]
2006-8-13 eI 1036 (40479 49434 - 9213 / Relay location: NE corner) [Input File: Q814EI-R.J]
m#/elev @top 2006-9-19 eI m4389 [Input File: Q918eI3.j]
height @top 2006-9-19 eI 197 [Input File: Q918eI3.j]
h-eye @top 2006-9-19 eI 135 [Input File: Q918eI3.j]
m#/elev @bottom 2006-9-19 eI m4389 [Input File: Q918eI3.j]
height @bottom 2006-9-19 eI 157 [Input File: Q918eI3.j]
h-eye @bottom 2006-9-19 eI 135 [Input File: Q918eI3.j]

Contact Association

Time Sequencing
stratum (to which element belongs) 2012-9-09 jW s80J3B [Input File: W909jW.j]
stratigraphic reasons of assignment 2007-7-31 mO sit in f500 [Input File: R731mO1.j]
2012-8-26 jW Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [Input File: W826jW.j]
2012-9-08 jW [Input File: W908jW1.j]
typological reasons for assignment 2007-7-31 mO aggregate of stones [Input File: R731mO1.j]
phase (to which element belongs) 2012-9-09 jW h8mJ3B [Input File: W909jW.j]
strata (included within phase) 2012-8-26 jW s80J3B [Input File: W826jW.j]
2012-9-08 jW [Input File: W908jW1.j]
notes on time sequencing 2006-9-04 vVE The boulders f509 and f510 lie against the base of f532 and must have rolled over it when they became dislocated, if they were not in fact at one time part of f532 itself. This early occurrence of dislocated stones when the second apron f532 had been covered with very little deposits only, must be assigned to . The deposit in which their base is lying, f557, might be too or slightly younger: . Other stones, f543, f551, f564 and f520, were also displaced and remained lying on top of the (thin deposits that cover the) lower part of f532. These could belong to the same deposition of dislocated stones as f509 and f510 and therefore are also assigned to [Input File: Q904vVE.j]

ware or material 2006-9-19 eI lithic [Input File: Q918eI3.j]
color 2006-9-19 eI pale yellow [Input File: Q918eI3.j]
color number (Munsell) 2006-9-19 eI 2.5Y8/2 [Input File: Q918eI3.j]

Analogical Record
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