J3v172

File: /MZ/A/J03/D/V/0172.HTM
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Analogical record

a5
a6
a10

f109
f152
f241
f346
f347
f348

k12
k13
k22
k23
k31
k110
2011-2-16 jW.jpg J03t172 [Input file: V205JW.J / V205JW.-J

Orientation 2010-9-15jW ~W [Input file: V205JW.J / V205JW.-J]
General Notes 2010-9-15jW Took multiple photoraphs for this view, including an overall shot to the west encompassing the entire unit, with detailed shots of the interface between f346 and f348 at the west edge of k110. We also photographed the east baulk. gB viewed out-takes from the views and suggested that we re-take it such that the reddishness of the material in f348 is more emphasized. We will try again on U916 to re-take it now that more of f348 has been exposed in k13. [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]
Description of view 2010-9-15jW This is a record photograph taken at the point in time where we were trying to decide whether to follow the original plan and excavate k110 to a depth of two meters, or to expand it to include all of k13. It shows the relationship of the three features exposed in k110 ( f346. f347, f348) to the major features exposed in the MZ20 season. Those included three pits ( a5, a6, a10), the baqaya glacis, f109, a mud glacis, f152, and what may be another glacis constructed near to the time the BA temple mound was abandoned, f241. [Input file: V205JW.J / V205JW.-J]

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