|Definition||Silty soil beneath wall 1206 and 1205, in situ|
|Stratigraphic Unit Type||Anthropic|
|In Cross Section||False|
|In Elevation Drawing||False|
|Soil Color||Light Brown|
|Position||near center at southern edge of excavation, in room 1|
|Originally Filled Date||2010-07-26|
|Originally Revised Date||2010-07-26|
|Originally Entered Date||2010-11-08|
|Originally PDF Date||2010-07-27|
|Record Revised Date||2016-04-17|
Su 1223, in situ, is a silty deposit which appears to continue under the eastern wall (SU 1185) belonging to room 1 of the later structure, and also to underlie the remains of an earlier, semicircular wall (SU 1206 within cut 1235). Though it was not excavated, it appears to sit on the bedrock.
|Interpretation Author||Samantha Lash|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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