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August 10, 2002

Area I

Trench 1

Daily Journal

L13 was very similar to that of L12 and L11, where by there was a little bit of mudbrick mixed with silty soil. L14, however, produced a whole mudbrick in East Baulk and the North Baulk had some mudbrick with some ash underlying it. Underneath the ash there was a layer of fine, silty soil. Both the ash and the silty lenses were fairly thin, about 35-40cm x 6cm and 35-40cm x 10cm, respectively. I took a photo and a soil sample. Both lenses ran from almost the middle of the North Baulk into the Northeast corner of the sounding.  

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Date 2002-08-10
Year 2002
Has note The purpose of the daily journal was to record the activities taking place in a trench each day. This included which loci were excavated, how and why loci were excavated and the ongoing impressions of the relationships among loci. It should be noted that journals record the actions, impressions and ideas of trench supervisors during the excavations. They are not, therefore, the final interpretations or syntheses of the emerging data.
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Robert Sinnott, JS. (2012) "I-1-2002-08-10 from Asia/Turkey/Kenan Tepe/Area I/Trench 1/Locus 13". In Kenan Tepe. Bradley Parker, Peter Cobb (Ed). Released: 2012-03-28. Open Context. <> ARK (Archive):

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