|Definition||dividing wall between rooms 1 and 3|
|Stratigraphic Unit Type||Anthropic|
|In Elevation Drawing||False|
|Observations||pictures d 0189-0197 are of room 1|
|Position||near center at southern edge of excavation 2010|
|Structure Dimensions||4.12m long, average block size 50cm x 40 cm x 27 cm|
|Structure Description||linear partition wall within structure, made of tufo blocks. Single course preserved. Gap present in the west, near where wall approached wall 1183. Wall sits on soil.|
|Originally Filled Date||2010-07-26|
|Originally Revised Date||2010-07-27|
|Originally Entered Date||2010-11-07|
|Originally PDF Date||2010-07-28|
|Record Revised Date||2016-04-26|
SU 1250 is a partition wall built after the exterior walls of the building had been constructed. It separated the larger space into two rooms (room 1 and 2). The gap in the west may represent a doorway, but could also be the result of robbing activity (several robbery trenches are nearby).
|Interpretation Author||Claudia Melisch|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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