|Legacy Database LocusID||982|
|Legacy Database TBTID||363|
|Description||After simultaneously excavating in Locus 5 and removing the rock feature in Locus 6 it was decided to merge the two Loci together into Locus 7. The soil was a loose, sandy, olive / yellow soil that yielded no terra cotta or pottery. As Locus 7 lowered, the bedrock in the NW corner extended further into the south and the stones in the southern meter were becoming more exposed. The layer of rocks in Locus 7 were removed and beneath was more of the loose, sandy, olive / yellow soil. A few very large rocks remained, along with the bedrock.|
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