|Definition||Western wall in room 5|
|Stratigraphic Unit Type||Anthropic|
|In Cross Section||False|
|In Elevation Drawing||False|
|Observations||Hot, dry conditions, excavated with pickaxe and trowel|
|Position||situated at the northwestern edge of area B 2010|
|Structure Dimensions||length 7.3, width 0.39m, height 0.65 m|
|Structure Description||The ashlar wall appeared beneath SU wall 1058 and was hollowed out for the construction of 1058 by cut 1175|
|Originally Issued Date||2010-08-03|
|Originally Filled Date||2011-08-02|
|Originally Revised Date||2011-08-02|
|Originally Entered Date||2012-08-02|
|Originally PDF Date||2011-08-03|
|Record Revised Date||2016-04-26|
Westernmost wall of the excavated property, running N-S, the wall consists mainly of ashlars but there are some tiles and some irregular tufo blocks used within it. Wall 1245 seems to represent the original retaining wall of the house in Trench B.
|Interpretation Author||Claudia Melisch|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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