|Legacy Database LocusID||1367|
|Legacy Database TBTID||419|
|Munsell Color||10 YR 5/3 brown|
|Description||Locus 1 consists of a topsoil humus layer, which is dense with organic material and extends across the entire trench. The soil is dark brown and forms large clumps when broken up. The clumps were easily broken down, crumbling with little force. Throughout Locus 1, the soil remained mostly dry with pockets of denser, moister soil appearing as excavation progress. The soil in these pockets was more yellowish-brown in color, and more clay-like in consistency. At the beginning of excavation four tree stumps, ranging from 5-20 centimeters in diameter, were present and noted in the trench diagram. During excavation, Locus 1 yielded a considerable amount of tile and pottery that was scattered throughout the locus and was not concentrated in any particular area of the trench. However, it should be noted that the area in which the trench was situated was used as a dirt dump during excavation in the 1960s, which is why Locus 1 produced more tile than other loci. Additionally, small fist sized rocks were scattered throughout the locus, which may be a result of erosion or the activity of earlier excavators. Very little bone was found in Locus 1. In total, only 28 small fragments of bone were recovered.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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