|Hodder Level Designation(s)||TRENCH 1.CHALCOLITHIC|
|Description||A small-medium size unit that is about 1/2 03 long bone fragments and about equal amounts axial skeleton and teeth/feet. The bone is medium to light brown with a bit of a mix of staining, but relatively uniform. The percent of burnt bone is low -well below 5 %. Gnawed fragments of long bone ends are relatively common considering the small size of the unit, but digestion is quite rare. There is one Bos phalanx and a few 07 long bone frags, and one bird bone. Everything else is sheep/goat. Relatively few individuals are involved and all the edges are sharp and unabraded. The area seems to have been buried quickly after short term use for dumping post-butchery waste. One bone tool and three microfauna/amphibian bones were pulled for separate study. (2002: Another bone tool (F78) was sent off to the museum without bothering to have it studied, but has now come back as returned et|
|Recorded By (initials)||SAF|
|Recorded By (name)||Sheelagh Frame|
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