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|Object Type||Organic (ecofact)|
|Object Type (notes)||Possible Bird and Dog Bone Fragments|
|Size||Fragment 1: Max present length: .062 m, max present width of shaft: .011 m. Fragment 2: max present length: .030 m, max present width: .007 m. Fragment 3: max present length: .022 m, max present width: .012 m. Fragment 4: max present length: .023 m, max present width:.007 m. Fragment 5: Max present length: .028 m, max present width: .005 m|
|Condition||Surfaces are pitted, worn, and encrusted|
|Description||5 fragments of animal bone that might be from bird(s) or dog(s).|
|Legacy Database Artifact ID||19920091|
|General Notes||Tony Tuck (TT) trenchbooks II and III|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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