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Descriptive Variable Value(s)
Comments bar tracery.
Reader Number 1
Quantity 1
Weight 335
Date Read 2006-06-08
Chronotype Stone (limestone/sandstone) block, architectural
Material stone/lithics
Fabric group architectural stone
Period Unknown
Un 60_6_1
Collection Type Survey
Start date 0
End date 2008
Duration 4508

This record came from the MasterFindsSurveyMay2013Dates table of the source Access database. That table contained records about the identification and description of artifacts documented by ceramicists during analysis. Using the chronotype system, the ceramicist first divided the sherds into batches.

A "batch" denotes a group of similar artifacts from a survey unit that shares the same chronotype, fabric, color, surface treatment / decoration, and vessel part to one another. A single batch, for example, could consist of four buff Late Roman 1 amphora handles. Red handles of the same shape and chronotype would be separated into their own batch as would buff rims from the same amphora chronotype. During analysis, ceramicists assigned the artifacts to batches of chronotypes that were as specific as possible. They then described, counted, and weighed each batch, recording the information on paper forms. We subsequently keyed these forms into a Microsoft Access database, and scanned and archived the paper copy at the University of North Dakota.

Property or Relation Value(s)
Consists of
[Standard: CIDOC-CRM]
[Standard: British Museum Thesaurus]
Has type
[Standard: CIDOC-CRM]
building stone
[Standard: British Museum Thesaurus]
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Suggested Citation

R. Scott Moore. "Batch 6 from Cyprus/PKAP Survey Area/Paleokastro/Unit 60". (2013) In Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project I: Pedestrian Survey. William R. Caraher, R. Scott Moore, David K. Pettegrew (Eds.) . Released: 2013-10-25. Open Context. <> ARK (Archive):

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