|Catalog ID Note||Impasto Handle Fragment|
|Size||Max. Pres. length: 0.045 m, max. pres. width: 0.025 m, max. pres. height: 0.015 m|
|Condition||Fragment is pitted, worn, encrusted. Small white inclusions are visible throughout the fabric and on the surface.|
Impasto handle fragment that preserves five finished edges and three break edges. The fragment preserves two sides that extend at a 45-degree angle from the base and are broken along the top edge. The angled sides were formed using one bent piece of terracotta that were sealed and smoothed over with additional terracotta. Opposite the curved edge a fragment of rounded terracotta that is 0.012 m long and 0.007 m wide is attached. The fragment represents the interior of a jug handle.
|Supplemental Find Identification Note||Found in bulk pottery|
|Record Type||Supplemental Find|
|Munsell Color||2.5Y 7/2 light grey, 5YR 6/6 reddish yellow|
|Vessel Part Present||Handle|
|Elevation Uncertainty (+/- cm)||303.92|
|Grid X Uncertainty (+/- cm)||0.0|
|Grid Y Uncertainty (+/- cm)||0.0|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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