J3f111

File: /MZ/A/J03/D/F/0111.HTM
Processed on 07-13-2016
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Labeling/Designation
Category 2006-8-14!! build-up [Input file: QX06EI.J / QX06EI.-J]
Definition 2006-8-14eDB accumulation D [Input file: QX06EI.J / QX06EI.-J]
Summary 2012-10-7jW First layer of accumulation in k13 to cover EDIII glacis f109. [Input file: WX07JW1.J / WX07JW1.-J]
Best image 2007-4-3 jW

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Description/Count
Description 2006-10-9jW This feature consisted of two lenses of grayish material which were seen on the east side and the west side of k13, but not seen in the middle. They can be clearly seen in both sections and cover the baqaya glacis, f109. Excavations in the east baulk of k23 show that f111 must be the eastward extension of the mud glacis, f152. [Input file: QX09JW.J / QX09JW.-J]

Recovery/Assignment and the Record
C99.NRecovery 2006-8-27jW This feature consisted of two lenses of grayish material which were seen on the east side and the west side of k13, but not seen in the middle. They can be clearly seen in both sections and cover the baqaya glacis, f109. Excavations in the east baulk of k23 show that f111 must be the eastward extension of the mud glacis, f152. There are two possible explanations for the gap in the middle. First, since we were excavating with the large pick we may have inadvertently removed it. This is unlikely because the pickman is highly skilled and excavated in J3 last year. Second, the mud glacis could have been damaged after abandonment and partially washed away. This possibility is supported by the large number of high floating stones found in k12 during excavations there in MZ18. [Input file: Q827JW.J / Q827JW.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2006-8-14eDB k13 [Input file: QX06EI.J / QX06EI.-J]
Elevation 2006-8-14eDB 9250 @bottom [Input file: QX06EI.J / QX06EI.-J]
2006-8-14eDB 9263 @top [Input file: QX06EI.J / QX06EI.-J]

Contact association
Type of contact: Contemporary events/Stationary features 2005-9-18rE f68 (isolated stone) bonds with f111 [Input file: Q301JW.J / Q301JW.-J]
Type of contact: Earliest events 2006-10-4jW f111 overlays f109 (glacis) [Input file: QX04JW1.J / QX04JW1.-J]
Inclusions 07-13-2016 !! frequencies of ceramic vessels and sherds included within feature

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2012-9-9jW s180J3B [Input file: W909JW.J / W909JW.-J]
Phase to which stratum belongs 2012-9-9jW h7fJ3B [Input file: W909JW.J / W909JW.-J]
Strata within phase 2012-10-7jW s180J3B [Input file: WX07JW.J / WX07JW.-J]
Stratigraphic reasons 2012-10-7jW First layer of accumulation (lens) deposited on the EDIII glacis f109. [Input file: WX07JW.J / WX07JW.-J]
Typological reasons 2012-10-7jW No ceramics or items recovered. [Input file: WX07JW.J / WX07JW.-J]
Notes on time sequencing 2006-8-27jW This feature is an extension to the east of the mud glacis, f152, found in k23. [Input file: Q827JW.J / Q827JW.-J]

Descriptive
Color definition 2006-8-14eDB dark brownish gray [Input file: QX06EI.J / QX06EI.-J]
Color number 2006-8-14eDB 10YR 5/3 [Input file: QX06EI.J / QX06EI.-J]
Hardness 2006-8-14eDB 4.5 [Input file: QX06EI.J / QX06EI.-J]
Texture 2006-8-14eDB fine, loose [Input file: QX06EI.J / QX06EI.-J]

Analogical record
Photo of view

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Drawing of view

w12

Disposition
Storage 2006-8-14eDB Q815 [Input file: QX06EI.J / QX06EI.-J]