|Legacy Database LocusID||564|
|Legacy Database TBTID||289|
|Munsell Color||2.5Y 4/4 olive brown|
|Description||Locus 2 consisted of topsoil. The soil of Locus 2 was slightly lighter, more olive brown, and more claylike than the soil of Locus 1, the humus layer. Locus 2 still contained many rocks and roots, which is typical of topsoil; however these roots belonged to trees and bushes, rather than the grass roots of Locus 1. Locus 2 was a fairly thick soil package, averaging approximately 40cm in depth. Despite the depth of this stratum, little material was recovered from Locus 2; 10 bowls of tile and plaster, 262 pottery sherds, and 22 pieces of bone were found in Locus 2. However, a mixture of ancient and modern materials were found in this locus, indicating that it was not a truly stratified deposit and allows us to securely identify this locus as topsoil. Thus no contextual information can be gained from materials recovered from Locus 2.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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