July 28, 1994
The entire floor level of K-L-M/71-76 has been leveled to an average depth of 100-105 cm. In order to better understand the relationship of the stone concentration to the medium brown soil beneath it, we have adopted the following procedure:
The workable portions of meter M/71 and M-L/72 will be dug to a depth of cir. 110-115 cm (i.e., those areas not dominated by the stump which is still present here). A baulk will be established along the eastern border of meters K-L-M/73 to view the eastern section of these meters.
The surface of K-L-M/73-76 will be periodically scraped to see if any widening of a shift in soil type along the horizontal plain occurs.
If neither of these procedures reveals any further information about this tone packing, we will proceed by digging K-L-M/73 to a depth equal with that of M/71 and L-M/72 to further clarify this section.
Any variance from the plan described above will be noted.
Work began in meters M/71 and L-M/72 to a depth of 105-110 cm. Soil type in this area was medium brown with heavy plastic inclusion and densely impacted with pottery and tile. When this cut is completed, a stratigraphic description of the baulk will be given.
- Find #1
- 106 cm
- Find #6
- 105 cm
Worked bone (burned black)
- Find #8
- 113 cm
Coarseware vessel with profile
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