|Catalog ID Note||Possible Architectural Terracotta|
|Size||. pres. length: 0.082 m, max. pres. width: 0.085 m, max. pres. thickness: 0.024 m|
|Condition||Fragment preserves two finished surfaces and four broken edges. Surfaces are pitted, very worn, and encrusted. Small inclusions are visible throughout the fabric.|
A terracotta tile fragment that may have been an architectural terracotta. The fragment preserves part of an impressed circular decoration. The decoration consists of two, impressed parallel curves which appear to be part a pattern with concentric circles. The max. pres. thickness of the concentric lines is 0.01 m. The concentric circles are 0.008 m apart. The other side contains a finger swipe that is 0.011m wide and 0.04m long.
|Record Type||Small Find|
|Munsell Color||7.5YR 7/8 reddish yellow|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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