|Legacy Database LocusID||734|
|Legacy Database TBTID||324|
|Munsell Color||2.5 Y 4/3 olive brown (dry and wet)|
|Description||Locus 5, like Locus 4, extended into the S half of the trench when it was declared, but only its northern portion was excavated. The part of Locus 5 extending into the S half of the trench was not excavated before work stopped there and when work resumed the entire S half was declared Locus 10. As declared, Locus 5 extends from the W baulk, and tapers down into a thinner strip until it disappears into the W baulk in the SW corner. It occupies the SW corner of the N half of the trench. It sits under Locus 1 in the N half of the trench, and under Locus 3 in the S. It sits on top of the rocks that made up Locus 8. Locus 5 can be seen in the W baulk. Locus 5 was a very light, almost yellowish soil and was less clayey in texture, almost sandy. It was also very dry. Locus 5 contained few finds and due to the color difference, was easy to distinguish from Locus 4 and 6, which it sat next to. Since the stratigraphy of the W baulk reveals a continuity of the soil of Locus 5 down to the floor and with Locus 10 and the S half of 11 (with its barbed wire) Locus 5 is most likely modern backfill, probably from one of the Tesoro 6 trenchs.|
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