|Legacy Database LocusID||1393|
|Legacy Database TBTID||419|
|Munsell Color||10 YR 5/4 yellowish brown|
|Description||Locus 4 consists of a dark-brown humus layer dense with organic material, which extends across the entire extension of T-75, is stratigraphically beneath Locus 3. Although Locus 4 is very similar to Locus 3 in soil type, Locus 4 is a much more natural topsoil layer, whereas a 3 appears to have been dump used during excavation in the 1960s. The organic material present in this locus is a result of the six tree stumps pictured in the diagram on page 115. Although a decent amount of tile, pottery, and bone was recovered it was much less than the amount recovered from other loci. In total, only 282 pottery pieces and 47 small fragments of bone were recovered from the locus. Although all of the material recovered from this locus appears to have been ancient, the locus was not a contextualized layer since it was mostly topsoil.|
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