File: /MZ/A/J07/D/F/0052.HTM
Processed on 08-25-2016
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Label is included in another 2010-8-11cJC ^bf [Input file: U811CJC.J / U811CJC.-J]
Category 2010-8-7!! other features [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]
Definition 2010-8-7cJC volumetrically feature [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]
Summary 2010-8-7cJC This feature is the north baulk of k5. It was a very high baulk. The top portion was excavated with the big pick while the lower portion was more carefully excavated to recover any more bones that might be associated with the human skull. This feature is a mix of natural accumulations and brickfall. The baulk is 1 meter thick, extending 2 meters E-W and is 3 meters deep. [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]
Best image 2010-8-7 cJC

Alternative definitions 2010-8-7cJC mixed [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]

Description 2008-8-26cJC North baulk in k5. This baulk is primarily composed of natural accumulations covering brickfall. It was excavated it one piece down to about 50 cm above the bottom where it was excavated with the small pick to recover as many bones as possible as a skull ( i3) was found close by. [Input file: S826CJC.J / S826CJC.-J]
2008-8-26lR human remains found in animal q-lots within brickfall includes: one rib fragment, right 5th metatarsal, one phalanx, and fragments of the cranium. [Input file: U913CJC.J / U913CJC.-J]

Recovery/Assignment and the Record
Strategy 2010-8-7cJC As it was one of the last features excavated during the season it had to be removed quickly and was thus taken down all as one piece rather than in smaller features. This resulted in a mixing of brickfall and natural accumulations but as we had the stratified deposits from k4 and k5 we did not think it was necessary to excavate the baulk in small sections. [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]
Problems in recording 2010-8-7cJC At the end of MZ21 the records for this feature were lost. They have been reconstructed here from complimentary records such as q-logs, dailys and relays. [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2010-8-7cJC k5 [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]
Relays 2008-8-27hB 49 (38435 50807 - 8780 / Relay location: point) [Input file: S826CJCR.J / S826CJCR.-J]
Elevation 2010-8-7cJC 8780 @bottom [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]
2010-8-7cJC 9080 @top [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]

Contact association
Type of contact: Contemporary events/Movable items 2008-8-26cJC q67 sits in f52 [Input file: S826CJC.J / S826CJC.-J]
Inclusions 08-25-2016 !! frequencies of ceramic vessels and sherds included within feature
F99.NContact 2010-8-7cJC No types of contact were assigned to large baulks as they were not excavated as stratigraphic units. [Input file: U807CJC.J / U807CJC.-J]
Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2011-5-16cJC s160JPD [Input file: V516CJC.J / V516CJC.-J]
Phase to which stratum belongs 2011-5-16cJC h7jJPD [Input file: V516CJC.J / V516CJC.-J]
Other reasons 2011-5-16cJC Brickfall features are assigned based on the ceramic data and the correlation with the brickfall in J2 and J6. [Input file: V516CJC2.J / V516CJC2.-J]

Analogical record
Notes on analogical record 2010-8-18cJC No specific picture was taken of this feature but in v31 you can see the large freestanding baulk of k5. It is composed of brickfall and is mishapen due to the cut of the trench. [Input file: U818CJC.J / U818CJC.-J]