Locus 1- topsoil layer consisting of about 2 cm of very dark gray (10YR 3/1) organic humus layer and underlying light olive brown (2.5Y 5/3) soil in meters N10-14 W11-13.
Locus 2- light olive brown (2.5Y 5/3) in meters N10-11 W11 under locus 1.
Locus 3- light yellowish brown (2.5Y 6/4) to sterile soil with large bedrock outcroppings most of the floor in N10-11 W11. =locus 2.
Locus 4- top soil layer consisting of very dark gray (10YR 3/1) organic layer and underlying light olive brown (2.5Y 5/3) soil in N12-15 W10. =locus 1.
Locus 5- olive brown soil (2.5Y 4/3) containing carbon inclusinos and abundant archeological material in N12-15 W10, mostly present to the east of large bedrock outcropping.
Locus 6- sterile soil and bedrock under Locus 5 in N12-15 W10.
Locus 7- topsoil in meters N12-15 W8-9. =locus 4
Locus 8- formation of 8 large (20-30cm) stones placed in a lozenge pattern and oriented south to north in N12-14 W9.
Locus 9- topsoil in N13-15 W7, N11-12 W8, N11 W9. =locus 7
Locus 10 olive brown (2.5Y 4/3) soil around the stone formation (locus 8) under locus 7 and 8 in N12-15 W8-9.
Locus 11- a lensing of olive brown (2.5Y 4/3) soil of roughly oval shape around and under stone formation containing carbon limited by bedrock on the west and large stump on the south. =locus 5
Locus 12- sterile soil around locus 11 in N12-15 W8-9. =locus 6
Locus 13- a roughly rectangular area of light olive brown (2.5Y 6/3) to the north of locus 11. =locus 11
Locus 14- mottled soil under locus 11 containing calcite inclusions and carbon. =locus 16
Locus 15- dark organically rich soil under and within large stump in N12 W8-9.
Locus 16- pale yellow soil containing archeological material under locus 14 and above bedrock.
Locus 17- sterile soil and flat bedrock under the lensing of dark soil. =locus 12
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