|Legacy Database LocusID||889|
|Legacy Database TBTID||339|
|Description||Locus 10 consisted of a medium brown claylike soil with carbon inclusions. Some soil was mottled yellow directly above the bedrock in the 10cm of the northeast corner, possibly due to deteriorating bedrock. A small concentration of terra cotta was found in this locus. Pottery and bone were found in larger concentrations. Some of the pottery was coil made. One piece of bronze was recovered. One piece of worked stone was found. The soil pack was deposited directly upon the bedrock, was tightly packed, and was between 12cm and 41cm deep.|
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