|Object Type (notes)||Equid Mandible Fragments with Teeth|
|Size||Awaiting consultation with Sarah Kansa.|
|Condition||Surfaces worn, scratched, and slightly encrusted.|
|Description||Fragment A: Equid (Equus sp.) mandible fragment with dp2-dp4, ¼ preserved, left side; dp2-dp4 and incisors have very little wear, and M1 is unerupted; age is probably less than 1 year. Fragment B: Equid (Equus sp.) mandible fragment with dp2-dp4 and 2x deciduous incisors, ¼ preserved, right side. A and B pair with each other.|
|Record Type||Supplemental Find|
|Supplement Note||Zooarchaeological analysis by Sarah Kansa summer 2017. Locus 5. Excavated 17 July 2015-30 July 2015. Coordinate Range: 102-106 E/42-44 S; Elevation Range: 26.55-27.09 m A.E.|
|Munsell Color||mottled: 10YR 8/4 very pale brown, 10YR 3/2 very dark grayish brown, 7.5YR 4/6 strong brown|
|Object Type||Organic (ecofact)|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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