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Layer Date Start 900
Layer Date Start Suffix BC
Layer Date End 200
Layer Date End Suffix AD
Publictation Status Published
Publictation Year 2016
Definition rubble wall - perpendicular to 1058 - west to east direction
Formation Process Construction
Stratigraphic Reliability Fair
Stratigraphic Unit Type Anthropic
Elevation Maximum 64.0
Elevation Minimum 63.0
In Elevation Drawing False
Has Photosmodels True
Observations The rubble wall labeled 1135 is approximately 644cm in length. This measurement includes an approximately 95cm cut by the burial (1150) which intersects the wall approximately 380cm east of its western-most point, adjacent to 1058. Current excavated depth is 44cm and the wall appears to be 83cm wide. Average size of rubble is 18 x 8cm. (measurements taken from widest point)
Position southern half of the site. Originating from the west and continuing east
Shape linear, fairly straight. Its width tends to vary due to current excavation limit and possible collapsed debris.
Structure Alignment west-east
Structure Building Technique Other tufo stones, size 10cm (small) to 18cm (medium)
Structure Dimensions W: 83cm, L: 644cm, H: 44cm
Structure Description The wall originates from the west and continues east for approx. 644 cm, at which point current excavation limits obscure eastern end of wall. At the widest point the wall's width is 83cm. Approx. 380cm from the wall's western origina is a burial cut labeled 1150. This burial cut exposes approx. 44cm of the wall's height. (see sketch)
Finds Observations impasto: 1 piece with rosette pattern > not specifically datable; see Bietti Sestieri 1992; commonware: 1 pedestal leg; iron: iron; iron: iron_nail; glass: smaller than a pinky fragment; plaster: 1 box July 2015, Total tile: 3.21kg; only kept diagnostic or sample fabrics, 0.62kg
Originally Filled Date 2010-07-09
Originally Revised Date 2010-07-12
Originally Entered Date 2010-07-22
Originally PDF Date 2010-07-21
Record Revised Date 2016-04-26
Interpretation 1135 is a tufo wall abutting SU 1058. It seems to predate the burial 1150 which was cut into the wall. The wall's relation to the adjacent burial 1125 is undetermined. 1135 may be a perpendicular extension of another wall feature located south of SU 1058 and oriented N-S.
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Iron (count) 5
Plaster (count) 1
Glass (count) 1
Plaster (details) 2016 edit: Three plaster fragments (one large red, one small red and one small yellow).
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Rachel Opitz, Marcello Mogetta, Nicola Terrenato. "Unit 1135 from Italy/Gabii/Area B". (2017) In The Gabii Project. Rachel Opitz, Marcello Mogetta, Nicola Terrenato (Eds.) . Released: 2017-06-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/subjects/4eaef030-e307-4513-83dc-25cdb203b52a>

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