|Legacy Database LocusID||1258|
|Legacy Database TBTID||399|
|Munsell Color||2.5Y 5/4 light olive brown|
|Description||Locus 7 is a 1x3 meter sounding located in the southeast corner of the trench. The sounding was made in order to determine whether a feature of small stones first uncovered in T 60 continued to the north into T 59. The surface of Locus 7 was marked by large stones that were part of a linear rock feature that was a part of Locus 5. These rocks were lifted and lying beneath them was bedrock that is also included in the locus. Soil between rocks is light olive-brown and claylike. At the bottom of the locus, a yellow, flakey soil began to appear in the northwest corner of the sounding; this closely resembles galestra. No small rocks were found at the bottom of the locus, indicating that the rock feature in T 60 did not continue to the north into T 59. Very little archaeological material was uncovered in Locus 7 and none of the artifacts recovered are chronologically diagnostic.|
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