J3f351

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Labeling/Designation
Category 2010-9-15!! fill, dumping, collapse [Input file: U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J / U915JW.-J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.-J]
2010-9-16!! fill, dumping, collapse [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]
Definition 2010-9-15jW ~fi [Input file: U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J / U915JW.-J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.-J]
2010-9-16jW ~fi [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]
Summary 2012-10-7jW Fill in k12 south of the south face of wall f348. [Input file: WX07JW1.J / WX07JW1.-J]

Description/Count
Description 2010-9-15jW This feature in k12 consists of fill beneath a hard-crusted, steeply sloping surface descending from north to south. It has sections of mudbrick laid in gray mortar. The organization of the bricks is irregular and at first jW believed it to be brickfall from wall, f348. However it extends west past the apparent west face of f348 and appears uniform in slope in the four meter section that we see in k12. [Input file: U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J / U915JW.-J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.-J]
2010-10-7jW We originally thought that this feature was a glacis consisting of bricks with a crusty surface. Upon removal we see that it had two components; a crusty surface, re-designated f368 and a bricky fill to the south of the south face of wall, f348. The fill will remain designated f351 and probably consisted of the brick and mortar debris from the shaving of the top of wall, f348, to form the glacis. [Input file: V206JW.J / V206JW.-J]

Recovery/Assignment and the Record
Argument 2010-9-28jW We initially labeled this feature as a glacis because of its steep slope N to S and its crusty surface covering reddish material. As we scraped the crust away, regular brickwork, clearly a southward extension of wall, f348 was evident in the eastern and central portions of the locus. At the southern end, the material became softer, and, in analyzing the ceramics from q431, mKB noticed a large quantity of large sherds and two relatively complete vessels ( i29, i30). In addition the cache of tokens ( q431.2 or i35) was found there. mKB suggested that this feature had the characteristics of a floor accumulation (aa). Further excavation revealed that f351 indeed covered a relatively flat brick surface, f363, which we did not excavate this season. During the stratigraphic anlysis attended by gB, mKB, fAB, and jW, gB suggested that the crust was indeed a glacis, which we did not recognize at the time of excavation and which is so thin that it does not appear in the north section. Due to the overwhelming indirect evidence of its existance, we designated the crust glacis, f368. [Input file: UX07JW1.J / UX07JW1.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2010-9-16jW k12 [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]
Relays 2010-9-15jW 2590 (41554 49412 - 9249 / Relay location: NW edge) [Input file: U930JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J / U930JW-R.-J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.-J]
2010-9-15jW 2591 (41515 49409 - 9248 / Relay location: NW edge) [Input file: U930JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J / U930JW-R.-J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.-J]
2010-9-15jW 2592 (41537 49448 - 9247 / Relay location: NW edge) [Input file: U930JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J / U930JW-R.-J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.-J]
2010-9-18jW 2616 (41340 49163 - 9173 / Relay location: q 426 NW corner) [Input file: UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J / UX01JW-R.-J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.-J]
Elevation 2010-9-16jW 9072 @bottom [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]
2010-9-16jW 9122 @top [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]

Contact association
Type of contact: Latest events 2012-4-14jW f368 (glacis) covers f351 [Input file: W414JW.J / W414JW.-J]
2012-4-14jW f350 (pt-c) intrudes in f351 [Input file: W414JW.J / W414JW.-J]
Type of contact: Contemporary events/Movable items 2010-9-16jW i28 (seal impression) sits in f351 [Input file: UX05JW3.J / UX05JW3.-J]
2010-9-16jW i29 (-) sits in f351 [Input file: UX05JW3.J / UX05JW3.-J]
2010-9-16jW i30 (-) sits in f351 [Input file: UX05JW3.J / UX05JW3.-J]
2010-9-16jW q420 sits in f351 [Input file: UX05JW2.J / UX05JW2.-J]
2010-9-21jW q426 sits in f351 [Input file: UX05JW2.J / UX05JW2.-J]
2010-9-22jW q431 sits in f351 [Input file: UX05JW2.J / UX05JW2.-J]
Inclusions 07-13-2016 !! frequencies of ceramic vessels and sherds included within feature

Time sequencing
Stratum to which element belongs 2012-9-9jW s860c-J3B [Input file: W909JW.J / W909JW.-J]
Phase to which stratum belongs 2012-9-9jW h2mJ3B [Input file: W909JW.J / W909JW.-J]
Strata within phase 2012-10-7jW s860c-J3B [Input file: WX07JW.J / WX07JW.-J]
Stratigraphic reasons 2012-10-7jW This feature is fill, well sealed by two glacis, f50 and f368, which direcly covers it. Among other things it contains the debris from reshaping of the temple mound. Burial, a22, convincingly dated to the LC3 period was dug into it. [Input file: WX07JW.J / WX07JW.-J]
Typological reasons 2012-10-7jW Ceramics have been dated to the LC3 period. [Input file: WX07JW.J / WX07JW.-J]

Descriptive
Ware/Material 2010-9-16jW ~so [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]
Color definition 2010-9-16jW pale red [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]
Color number 2010-9-16jW 7.5YR 6/4 [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]
Hardness 2010-9-16jW >5 [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]
Texture 2010-9-16jW crust from scraping [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]

Analogical record
Photo of view

v174

v175

v175a

v176
Photo of view

v176a

Disposition
Storage 2010-9-16jW U916 [Input file: UX05JW.J / UX05JW.-J]