File: /MZ/A/J07/D/F/0037.HTM
Processed on 08-25-2016
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Label is included in another 2010-8-11cJC ^flst [Input file: U811CJC.J / U811CJC.-J]
Category 2008-8-16!! unknown [Input file: S819CJC.J / S819CJC.-J]
Definition 2008-8-16cJC isolated stone [Input file: S819CJC.J / S819CJC.-J]
Summary 2010-8-7cJC This feature is a floating stone in the eastern baulk of k2. It is very large measuring 68x37cm. It is probably related to the other floating stones at similar elevations such as f25, f4, f5, f6, f38, f36, f39 and f35. [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]
Best image 2010-8-7 cJC


Description 2008-8-10cJC Floating stone in east baulk of k2. Appears to be related to stones f25, f4, f5, f6 in k1 as well as f29 in k2 and f35 and f36 in k3. Addtionally it may be related to the stones across J6 k200 in area C2, see v22. [Input file: S811CJC.J / S811CJC.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2008-8-16cJC k2 [Input file: S819CJC.J / S819CJC.-J]
Relays 2008-8-17cJC 20 (36654 50479 - 9130 / Relay location: N point) [Input file: S824CJCR.J / S824CJCR.-J]
2008-8-17cJC 21 (36596 50481 - 9153 / Relay location: S point) [Input file: S824CJCR.J / S824CJCR.-J]
2008-8-17cJC 22 (36609 50509 - 9164 / Relay location: SW point) [Input file: S824CJCR.J / S824CJCR.-J]
Elevation 2008-8-17cJC 9123 @bottom [Input file: S817CJC.J / S817CJC.-J]
2008-8-17cJC 9147 @top [Input file: S817CJC.J / S817CJC.-J]
Method of measurement 2008-8-17cJC This stone is 37 cm wide, 68 cm long and 24 cm in height. [Input file: S817CJC.J / S817CJC.-J]

Contact association
Type of contact: Earliest events 2010-8-7cJC f37 sits in f7 (lense D) [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]
Inclusions 08-25-2016 !! frequencies of ceramic vessels and sherds included within feature

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2011-5-16cJC s70JPD [Input file: V516CJC.J / V516CJC.-J]
Phase to which stratum belongs 2011-5-16cJC h8mJPD [Input file: V516CJC.J / V516CJC.-J]
Other reasons 2011-5-16cJC Floating stones in J7 can be correlated with floating stones at similar elevations in J2 and although there is no independent J7 ceramic data to support these strata assignments the comparison with J2 seems secure. [Input file: V516CJC2.J / V516CJC2.-J]

Ware/Material 2008-8-16cJC ~st [Input file: S819CJC.J / S819CJC.-J]
Hardness 2010-8-7cJC very hard [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]

Analogical record
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Photo of view

Reference to Plot 2010-8-17cJC p0002 [Input file: U817CJC.J / U817CJC.-J]

Storage 2008-8-16cJC S819 [Input file: S819CJC.J / S819CJC.-J]