|Definition||Cut for wall 1308|
|Stratigraphic Unit Type||Anthropic|
|In Elevation Drawing||False|
|Observations||dry climate, defined cut with trowel around crumbling ashlar blocks.|
|Position||northern and central, northern wall of house.|
|Cut Observations||sharp cuts surround block, trend generally and gradually slopes upward toward west. Ashlar blocks heavily eroded, cut remains to show suggested path of wall.|
|Originally Entered Date||2011-04-12|
|Record Revised Date||2016-04-17|
|Interpretation||SU 1395 is a construction cut into bedrock for wall structure 1308. For topographic survey, the 1395 cut was extended to include both rooms 5 and 4. This would indicate one wall with two wall fills of 1217 and 1308, respectively.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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