|Legacy Database LocusID||953|
|Legacy Database TBTID||358|
|Munsell Color||10YR 3/1 very dark gray|
|Description||Locus 4 consists of a claylike very dark gray soil that is very similar to the soil in locus 3. The difference is that locus 4 also contains a significant spread of stones throughout the entire locus. Eventually, the larger stones would concentrate in both the northeastern and southeastern corners. In the northeast these stones constituted locus 6. The stones in the southeast appear to have been a continuation of the feature uncovered in CB-39. Material recovered from this locus includes slightly over 2 bowls of terracotta and 2 boxes of pottery but no catalogued special finds were recovered.|
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