Open Context

Bone Summary

Bone was recovered throughout the trench in South Flank.  The largest quantity, over half, of bone was recovered from the destruction stratum overlaying the floor of the orientalizing structure.  In general, the bone from South Flank was highly fragmentary.  Some fragments showed signs of burning as well.  The bone consisted of fragments from various animals: bird, sheep/goat, and wild boar.  It is interesting to note that no pieces of worked or cut bone were discovered.  Also, no antler or ivory was recovered.  This lack of worked bone/antler/ivory is a point of great contrast with the other orientalizing structures on Piano del Tesoro and this structure.

Property or Relation Value(s)
Temporal Coverage
[Standard: Dublin Core Terms]
Editorial Note

Open Context editors work with data contributors to annotate datasets to shared vocabularies, ontologies, and other standards using 'Linked Open Data' (LOD) methods.

The annotations presented above approximate some of the meaning in this contributed data record to concepts defined in shared standards. These annotations are provided to help make datasets easier to understand and use with other datasets.

Suggested Citation

Alexis M. Christensen. "AMC VII (1997-08-06):58-59; Bone Summary from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro South Flank/Tesoro South Flank 0/1998, ID:406". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/4c3714fe-9c57-4d1a-a946-5a9bff8eed37>

Editorial Status

●●●○○
Managing editor reviewed

Part of Project

Murlo

Mapping Data

Copyright License

Attribution 4.0

To the extent to which copyright applies, this content carries the above license. Follow the link to understand specific permissions and requirements.
Required Attribution: Citation and reference of URIs (hyperlinks)