|Legacy Database LocusID||981|
|Legacy Database TBTID||363|
|Description||Locus 6 was formed after the extension of Locus 4 was dropped level with Locus 2. Locus 6 was declared over the rock packing where the crevice was originally located. This locus was declared so that the rock packing could be removed. The soil beneath the rock packing is an olive / yellow, flaky, and sandy soil that breaks up very easily. Along the western portion of this Locus as well as in a few other pockets there was some greyish, darker, moist, claylike soil appears. No pottery was found in this Locus.|
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