|Definition||Semi-circular cut into bedrock|
|Stratigraphic Unit Type||Anthropic|
|In Cross Section||True|
|In Elevation Drawing||False|
|Observations||See also photos d0189-0197|
|Position||Near center at southern edge of excavation 2010, within room r|
|Originally Filled Date||2010-07-23|
|Originally Revised Date||2010-07-26|
|Originally Entered Date||2010-11-09|
|Originally PDF Date||2010-07-27|
|Record Revised Date||2016-04-26|
Semicircular cut in bedrock, probably representing a foundation trench cut for a wall, the stones of which are only very partially preserved (SU1206). This wall was mostly dismantled when the area was leveled for construction of the surrounding structure, since the leveling fill of the room also filled part of this cut. The cut appears to continue into room 2 to the north and possible outside the structure to the east and south.
|Interpretation Author||Samantha Lash|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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