|Object Type||Architectural::Ridge Pole Tile|
|Object Type (notes)||Ridge Pole Tile Fragment|
|Size||Max. Pres. Height 0.291 m, Max. Pres. Length 0.255 m, Max. Pres. Width 0.035 m|
|Condition||Fragment is conserved from ten pieces and is infilled with white plaster. All surfaces heavily worn. The biscuit is exposed on three quarters of the upper convex surface, the rest of the upper surface and the underside show discoloration either with contact with organic material or burning.|
|Description||Ridge pole tile fragment. The fragment is roughly rectangular with no finished edges preserved. The slightly concave underside is unfinished. The convex upper side is worn but has a partially finished surface. Running parallel along the surface of one of the long edges a straight bumpy ridge is visible. All surfaces are heavily worn and show some dark discoloration.|
|Munsell Color||upper side biscuit 5YR 7/4 pink; discolored area 5YR 4/1 dark reddish gray; underside 5YR 5/1 reddish gray|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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