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||This photograph shows the section of the east baulk of k108. Considering the deposits above the wahal glacis, f123, and floor f148, accumlations f105, 106, f108, and f113 are relatively clean and seem to have been deposited naturally, with little or no evidence of human activity. Features f118, and f119 are more problematical since they seem to have many more small inclusions. There is a wedge of soil, f???, between f113 and f118 in the south part of the locus. A number of large limestone blocks are also shown (f102, f124, f125, f143, f144, f156, f158, and 159). The shape of the string, level in the field, shows the distortion introduced by the lens and a tilt away from level by the camera to accommodate the N to S downslope of f123 where the photographer was standing. The limited correspondence of the accumulations is due to inconsistent scoring.
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