|Catalog ID Note||Cover Tile Fragment with Incision|
|Size||Max. pres. length: 0.079 m, mam. pres. width: 0.048, max. pres, height: 0.011 m|
|Condition||Tile fragment is pitted, encrusted, and worn. Small to medium sized inclusions are visible throughout the fabric.|
Incised cover tile fragment that preserves one finished edge and one unfinished edge with four break edges. The surface of the tile preserves two incised lines that were created after the firing of the tile. The wider of the two lines begins as a 0.001m wide incision that extends for 0.01 m before turning 90-degrees and extending for 0.017 m at a width of 0.003 m. A second incised line then joins the first at a 90-degree angle in the opposite direction for an extent of 0.017 m at a width of 0.001 m. The second line is incised not as deelpy as the first. The lines represent incision associated with the creation of a siglum on a cover tile.
|Record Type||Small Find|
|Munsell Color||5YR 6/8 reddish yellow, 2.5Y 4/1 dark gray, 2.5Y 7/2 light gray|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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