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There were almost no bones recovered in CB 54. The trench yielded a total of 10 pieces of bone, most were small unidentifiable fragments but there was a single tooth. All of the bone was recovered from locus 6, a securely archaic layer of the trench based on the recovery of architectural fragments (see pottery summary). The lack of bones in CB 54 demonstrates that processing of animals after slaughter was not occurring near this section of the hill.
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