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--IP815gB and faB discussed the relationship between fallen stones and occupation of the tell. From modern times to antiquity, large, cut stones from visible parts of ancient structures and lying on the surface are re-used when they are found by later occupants. The 'floating," displaced stones that we see probably were carried down the sides of the temple mound by water erosion and deposited where we find them today. They were subsequently covered by loess. The fact that they remained were they were deposited means that there were no occupants of the tell at the time of deposition and covering to carry them away and re-use them to construct houses, paths, and other structures. The many stones we see at different elevations strongly suggest that the wall was maintained right up to the time of abandonment. Structures then deteriorated gradually and the stones were deposited at different levels in the stratigaphic column. [P815JW.J]
--I.riP801Area B is dominated by the ruins of Temple BA which sits atop one of the seven mounds which form the top of Tell Mozan. The temple has been excavated and securely dated by ceramic analysis to the Early Dynastic IIIB period. Although later temples were probably built atop this one, their remains have been completely eroded. However, Temple BA is a critical point of reference for excavations of the mound because except for surface accumulations and later repairs and modifications, everything upon which it sits was deposited no later than the temple itself. A geophysical survey conducted on and in the vicinity of the mound indicated that it was comprised, in part, of a wall of stones. Excavations in unit B6 defined the temple complex as an artificial structure, with a brick cover and a stone perimeter. Excavations in units J1 and J2 exposed parts of a monumental wall and stairway leading up to the temple from the east. In J2 there is a stone apron along the top of the wall and a section where the stonework is of inferior quality indicating that modifications to the structure may have been made as late as the Mitanni period. To provide data to guide excavation strategy for future years, we must determine the nature of the material contained by the wall. Is it brick, with the stones a decorative face? Is it compacted fill contained by a more substantial wall? Was it formed by accumulations from earlier periods? [P801JW.J]
--I.riR706On 6 July the entire Mozan staff met to organize the work for the next two months. The main purposes will be to: (1) bring to publication the Urkesh Global Record for as many excavation units as possible, starting with the most recently completed or ones that are almost ready for publication; (2) continue the ceramic analysis with a focus material from pre-Mittani periods; (3) expand the program of wall conservation to include the systematic confirmation of the location of each component. Personnel resources have been allocated to the publication projects for the following units: A7, A16, J1, J2, J3 (eI, mO, and jW). Our approach will be to work in a cycle of stages of 3 days each. For each cycle we will meet on the morning of the first day to cover theory, then concentrate on a particular aspect of record preparation. Short meetings follow over the next two days to discuss progress and problems. Again, on the first day of each new cycle we will discuss theory, then proceed as before on a different aspect. At the end of seven cycles, we will have a large list of completed items and a precise idea of what must be done over the second month to complete the project. Although the initial effort will be devoted to the material accessed from the right hand side of the web version of the UGR (features, drawings, plots, etc.) the supervisors will also concentrate on developing an overall understanding of the excavated material. This analysis appears on the left hand side of the UGR. [R716JW.J]
-ARU920Met briefly with gB, mKB, and fAB to discuss a possible end point for the excavations in MZ23:
We seem to be excavating a substantial public building which may extend both north and west into adjacent excavated and unexcavated loci;
there is not enough time or resouces to accomplish extensive additional excavations;
the possibility of finding additional significant artifacts means that we should procede slowly;
mKB will leave early, meaning that we will not have the capability for ceramic or glyptic analysis;
we now have enough basic material to see that there was considerable activity high on the BA temple mound in the LC3 period. All of the above points tend to indicate that we should end the current excavation in the next few days and prepare for a more extensive exploration in a future season. [U921JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-DYP802Introduced archaeology team to workmen. Began pick run to remove topsoil, f1, of k12, leveling surface of locus. Inspected pottery and counted sherd types, then discarded. Began to excavate accumulation, f2, under topsoil. Established sampling locus, k100, along the south baulk of k13. Finished day by cleaning, including leveling of baulks to promote safe operation of wheelbarrows. [P802JW.J]
-DYP803Continued to excavate accumulation, f2, in k12. In first pick run, except for the SW corner, began to see changes in soil texture from fine and powdery to thick chunks with decayed rootlets, typical of soil moistened by entrapped water. Changed features. Encountered several large stones and a lens of compacted granular material toward the northeast. Paused work for a consultation with gB, mkB, and faB. There is a good possibily that we see the top of the west end of the apron that capped the wall that was exposed in J2 to the east. Also exposed a tannur midway along the west baulk of k12. Cleaned and prepared to photograph on P804. Removed the north baulk of k11 down to the extant level of k12 so that we may excavate down to the mound's projected perimeter wall top. [P803JW.J]
-DYP808Removed a number of large floating stones after relaying them and marking for possible use in reconstruction. [P808JW.J]
-DYP808Removed one large floating stone from the SW corner of k101. Spent the last hour cleaning in preparation for a major photograph at the start of work tomorrow. [P809JW.J]
-DYP810Diadin took a series of photographs illustrating the evidence for numerous occupational phases in the excavated portions of k12 and k101 (View 9). At the lowest elevation there is the wall, the apron, a crescent of stones above the wall, and, at very high elevations a tannur and a working surface above the apron. Finally, there is the topsoil of modern occupation. In k101 we marked off a 50cm-wide collar around the E, N, and W baulks and, after removal of one large floating stone and the crescent of smaller stones, began excavating a new accumulation f30, to clear and positively identify the S face of the wall. In k12 we removed two large floating stones and the tannur, then continued to excavate the accumulation, f2, to expose the top of the wall in the W portion and the apron in the E portion. [P810JW2.J]
-DYP811Continued to explore for the south face of the temple wall, f11, in k101. On the east side, encountered a face of small stones, perhaps used as stabilizers between two larger stones, above and below. On the west side, access to the wall face is partially blocked by a very large, apparently fallen stone from above to the north. In k12, we are leveling the locus, having excavated more in the SE corner to expose the wall apron, f10. Accumulation beginning to change from powdery tan to darker, denser brown. This is more characteristic of containment, particularly from below and may signal that we are nearing the wall top. [P811JW.J]
-DYP811In k101, we cleared the accumulation,f between the large stone in the middle of the locus and the reduced west baulk. As in the eastern half, there is evidence for, but no absolute proof of, the south face of wall, f11. In k12, we removed large, floating stones, f20, f23, and cleared the entire locus down to an elevation of 9137, close to, but still above the expected elevation of the wall top. We saw many areas of laminations, without any clear pattern and scattered brick chunks and ashy pockets throughout. We then designated a single feature for all of the accumulation/lamination in the locus, f34, and made one pick run before the end of the day, having been just able to complete the dirt removal, but not the cleaning and inspection before the end of the day. [P813JW.J]
-DYP814In a final pick run to explore for the outside wall face, a small, pristine section was exposed in the NW corner of the locus. It is vertical, with medium-sized cut stones showing, probably filling gaps between larger stones which we see in other units. There is a huge stone and several large companions jutting out past the wall face to the south in the middle of the locus. We do not yet know whether this is a late buttress or a displaced stones from higher on the wall to the N. We have not reached the face in the NE corner. As time permits in the next few days we will explore for the face here. [P814JW.J]
-DYP815Removed large floating stone, f26. Cleaned the wall, f11, and apron, f10, to prepare for major photograph, v11, including showing the path of large floating stones which were carried from NE to SW down the face of the wall by erosion. Began to excavate the typological column, k102. All excavated soil was screened, and separate pottery lots were taken from the screen and the column. One additional pick run was taken through the entire locus k12, excavating a new feature, f38, which consists of laminations with bricky inclusions. A line of stones along the W baulk emerged connecting stone, f35, to the N to additional stones to the S, which we are exposing with a small probe. [P815JW.J]
-DYP816Continued to excavate the topological column, k102. All dirt is being sifted. Encountered and removed four large, floating stones, f41, f44, f45, f46. Explored for the south face of wall, f11, in the middle and east sides of k101. We excavated the accumulation, f47, under the large stone, f40, which was moved to the SW corner of the locus. The purpose was to try and determine when the stone may have been deposited in its present position, which, because it was laying on its side, seemed to indicate that it happened after the wall was built/rebuilt. A soil sample was taken and a base of a small cup, i4, was retrieved alongside some slag, perhaps from metal-working. The cup is apparently from the Mitanni period. The aggregate was photographed, v14. A preliminary stratigraphic analysis of the construction of the apron wall, f10, which sits above and to the north of the massive temple mound wall, f11, was performed. There are three distinct layers which underlay the stones. The top is brown, the middle is filled with brick chunks, and the bottom, f42, is reddish, with few inclusions. This seems to indicate that the apron may have been rebuilt several times. The mini-section was photographed, v13, for use in a more detailed analysis which will follow shortly. [P816JW.J]
-DYP820Entire Mozan staff visited unit for a report on the progress of the excavations during the past week. Continued to follow surface of third millennium terrace south from k102 into k12. Living accumulation, f38, covering the terrace, f50, yielded sherds mixed between ubiquitous and EDIII. This pottery lot q78 tagged for rapid analysis. Excavated accumulations, f51, above third millennium wall stones and accumulations, f42 surrounding second millennium wall stones. Removed floating stone, f26, after relaying and marking it. [P820JW.J]
-DYP822Began to excavate this new locus using two pickmen. In the last pickrun, encountered several large stones in an E-W line beginning at the east baulk. These will be cleaned and examined tomorrow. [P822JW.J]
-DYP822Continued to excavate with one skilled pickman in k12 to trace the temple terrace (bakhia), f50, from k102 down to the monumental wall, f11. At the end of the day, the interface was found in the SW corner of k12. Began to excavate k103, the probe to find the plaza on the south side of the monumental wall. [P822JW.J]
-DYP823Exploring for the interface of the temple terrace, f50, and the monumental wall, f11, surrounding it in k12. In doing so we had to remove one large stone, f55, originally thought to have been floating, but now, based on the stratigraphy of its foundation, almost certainly a part of the W end of the second millennium wall apron, f10. Encountered medium sized cut stones along what should be the N face of f11, but we are still uncertain as to whether this is the third millennium face or part of a second millennium mocification. The terrace intersects these stones, but we do not yet know whether the terrace continues on underneath them. In k103 we continued to excavate the first accumumlation, f53, under the topsoil, f52. Two large stones in an E-W line, f54, along with some smaller ones, are sitting in f53. At present the function is unclear. At home in the afternoon, the suite of programs to produce the Urkesh Global Record was fully run with all data files to date. Only the photography files failed to integrate. gB is investigating this. Finished preparations for the Stratigraphic and Unit Progress Review scheduled for tomorrow afternoon, P824. [P823JW.J]
-DYP902jW and rE entered and processed data during the morning. jW demonstrated the activities involved in compiling and entering data to the visiting members of the Tell Barri excavation team. [P902JW.J]
-DYQ913We removed a stray baulk from J1 that bordered the west side of k109, assigning features and q-lots from our book. It was drawn and photographed before removal. [Q913JW.J]
-DYQ918eDB corrected and plotted relays as well as assisting J4. eI entered all logs from the east part and began to process them into the Global Record. bL processed objects except for a three hour period when she worked on a project to conserve the palace walls. jW assisted J1 and J4, checked recent sketches and updated recent journal entries. [Q918JW2.J]
-DYQ919Entered aggregate, feature and Q-lot logs for the entire season. Entered object descriptions. Prepared Harris matrix for k23 to prepare for strata assignments and justification. Searched bWP's office for marker data sheets containing point data for J1. It isn't there so we will phone her to send the missing data by e-mail. [Q919JW.J]
-DYR721All J3 items and q-items were reviewed for form and substance. The major issue is missing photos. Over 200 objects do not have photos in the current V18 and V19 files. mO and eI consulted with wO, who will look for the photos in files developed at the last season after he departed and before the excavtion closed. We did not examine the issue of drawings. [R722JW.J]
-DYU913We began by thoroughly cleaning the eastern half of k13, a portion of which will be excavated as k110, including the N and E baulks. Because we expected to find cultural material from the LC3 period below f109 as we removed it we wanted to avoid contamination with cultural material from other, later periods. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
-DYU914Most of the day was spent cleaning the entire surface of the unit. We did so to prepare for a major photograph looking west which will show the relationship of the pavement, f348, to the three glacis and the three pits which penetrated them. Another reason for cleaning was to prevent contamination of the excavated material and to assure that the features are kept separate. At the end of the day we removed more of f346 from the northern third of locus k110. [U914JW2.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
-DYU915finished excavating f346 in k110. Cleaned for an overall photograph, v172. Excavated the fill, f349 of pit a19, then began to remove fill, f346, from the western three-quarters of k13. One small region of f346, near the surface of f348, yielded four stone tools and an impression of a stamp seal, i27. Began to remove f50 from the sloping surface of k12 by scraping with trowels. [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-DYU916Cleaned the brick and mortar glacis, f351 in k12. Found a seal impression, i28. Cut and cleaned new sections for pits a5 and a17. Removed two largely intact clay vessels, i29 and i30 from the matrix of f351. Detected four courses of red mudbricks laid using gray mortar in the east section of a17. As it was in line with an apparent notch in the west face of wall f358, we designated the accumulation northe of the north section of a17 as f352 and began to remove it with the small pick. [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-DYU918Removed all of accumulation, f352, between the west face of wall, f348, and the west baulk of k13 (q452). Determined that layer, f353, consisted of the interlinked burrows of small, social animals. Re-excavated the fill from pit, a17 (q423). While cleaning the bottom of f352, noticed a gray mudbrick floor suface, designated f355 north of the cut of pit a17 and west of the west face of wall, f348. Upon removing it we encountered a large jar smashed flat, but resting upright. Found the apparent floor accumulation, designated f356, and the floor surface, f357, upon which i31 rests. Took an important series of photographs, v180, showing the relationship of all important features escavated so far as well as the jar, i31. [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-DYU919Began to remove the sherds of crushed jar, i31. Photographed it often from several perspectives; informal progress shots, formal layer-by-layer view quality photos, and videos of key operations. Identified the contents of jar i31 as the remains of an infant, i32, in soil, i33. Called in aK who began to excavate it as part of burial a20. aK and jW excavated after breakfast and in the afternoon without the assistance of workmen. When they were not on scene, a20 was continuously guarded. [U921JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-DYU920aK, with the assistance of jW continued to excavate the infant's skeleton, i32. At one point to insure that the bones could be extracted in one piece, they were consolidated with commercial glue. Also a part of the burial, a20, were an animal bone, i34, and a pottery sherd, i35. Just before lunch, aK finished the excavation of i32. In the afternoon work period, jW removed the rest of the burial vessel, which was a large jar, probably broken in half. The jar was placed upside-down and probably broken in half. After the infant was placed in the jar, the bottom was placed over the top to protect it. i33 was screened to look for missed bones and grave goods items (none found). aK and jW completed the burial forms originated by lR to document for the global record. [U921JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-DYU921Took final photograph of the impression of rim of jar, i31, in floor, f357. Removed the south wall of pit, a19 and continued south into glacis, f351. Found a large brick structure, f361, in the NW corner of k12. It had be penetrated by a pit, a21, with fill, f359 sitting in cut, f360. Removed the fill and photographed f361 before and after. Carefully excavated in the NW corner of k13 to try to ascertain whether mudbrick pavement, f355 continued in that area. It does, in a strip about 75cm wide along the west face of f348 and the north baulk. To the southwest there is an area of reddish brown accumulation, f362. [U921JW2.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-DYU924Continued to excavate burial a22. Su'ar carefully excavated the portion of pavement, f355, which abutted the west face of wall, f355. dM shot a video of the process, including the exposure of plaster which adhered to the wall bricks. gB narrated the video. [U925JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-DYU925Final day of excavation. Trimmed the western baulk of k13 to straighten, expose, score, photograph, and then draw it to assist in probable excavation of k23 in season MZ24. Excavated the remaining portion of burial a22. Thoroughly cleaned the unit in preparation for final photographs in the next few days. [U925JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-DY.rdR715The time alloted for the feature stage was extended for two days. There were a number of features in the east section that were missing data entries on types of contact, relays, and strata assignments. (The extent of this was readily tabulated by the program that produces the depositional analysis portion of the UGR.) All missing relays were re-entered. Best photos were assigned to all of the east features and about two-thirds of the west features. Some which are not main views with templates will have to be re-assigned. No summaries have been written for features in either section. The elevations presented for a few features were not the same across the entries for relays, feature logs, and section drawings. These will have to be reconciled in the general work period in August. [R716JW.J]
-DY.rdR728The J3 drawings, excepting objects, have been completed, totalling 10 from season MZ18 and 38 from season MZ19. Many have small errors and must be reviewed. A drawing log has been entered for the west part, while one for the east must be written. [R729JW.J]
-DY.riQ921jW supervised data entry and worked on stratigraphic analysis. bL drew templates for J3 West and worked on stratigraphic analysis. eDB finished entering the logs for J3 and then assited J4 in setting up the programs to process their Global Record, afterwhich he processed their relays. eI drew the Uruk seal impressions and drew templates for J3 East. eI and jW visited the field to plan the work needed to draw the rest of the stones that had been covered by the long east baulk of k11, k12, and k101, which include those of the apron, f10, and the memory stones atop the revetment wall, f11. [Q921JW.J]
-DY.riQ922jW continued work on stratigraphic analysis, but also worked on processing A14 data for gB. For two hours he led members of the Tell Hamukar excavation team on a tour of the site. bL assisted jW in stratigraphic analysis and drew templates, but also spent considerable time on the palace conservation project. eI drew templates and was detailed to mKB to draw pottery associated with the research of kD, visiting Environmental Archaeologist, who departs tomorrow. eDP assisted J4 in preparing plots. [Q922JW.J]
-DY.riQ927jW, rI, bL, eI, and eDB have met daily to conduct a stratigraphic evaluation of the work in the unit for MZ19. We reviewed the contact associations, feature definitions, Harris Matirces and made tentative stratum and phase assignments. bL and eI worked in the field for major portions of several days to prepare plots and drawings of the important features in the locus. We took final photographs of most of the revetment wall's south face from the east limit of J1 to the west limit of J2, as well as some general views of the unit, including the highest glacis, f241, that appears in k109. The shafat to carry the dirt from J1 intrudes into j3, hampering photographs in the western part. jW has concentrated on organizing and checking the photographs in V19 against the view log. A few discrepancies remain, mostly from the first two weeks, due in part to an inexperienced staff and in part to computer problems in the photo lab and servers. [Q927JW.J]
-DY.riR719J3 east added two aggregates for a total of 3, while J3 west deleted two and added five for a total of 18, each of which were defined, sumarized and had best photos selected. All incidentals were reviewed for sufficiency, but must be edited to correct minor errors in grammar. The loci were checked for proper format. Using Freehand, eI and mO prepared an example of a graphic display of the locations of loci within the unit. gB postponed a decision on whether to adopt this approach or to use another display method such as AutoCAD. Summaries for all loci need to be written. [R722JW.J]
-DY.riR726The fourth stage of our work focused on plots and the underlying relays. This part of the work for the west part of J3 was done by jW over the winter, but for all practical purposes, work on the relays and plots for the east part was suspended after vVE departed before the excavations in MZ19 were concluded. Approximately 70 out of about 650 relays recorded had problems. These ranged from relays assigned numbers but not taken, to relays that did not compute, to relays that computed but plotted askew. With the concurrence of gB, we will devote our attention to plots of important features and fix relays needed for these, otherwise we will annotate reasons for relays that could not be used. [R729JW.J]
-DY.riR819jW and eI worked on verifying the disposition of objects and preparing templates and view descriptions. [R819JW.J]
-DY.riR824Located missing objects and processed them. Updated local photo file from master on server. [R824JW3.J]
-EQP808Elevator operational. Allowed substantial increase in efficiency, increasing speed of excavation by 50% from accumulations more than 2 meters below the surface. Used 2 picks and 4 removal, with backdirt loaded directly onto trailers by the elevator. [P809JW.J]
-EQP808Placed elevator into k101 in preparation for use tomorrow after wiring completed in afternoon. [P808JW.J]
-EQP810Elevator operational. However, it stopped in mid-morning and was repaired after breakfast by Anwar. At his suggestion we began passing dirt down from k12 in addition to using it to remove dirt from k101, where it is situated. [P810JW2.J]
-EQP811At the suggestion of mO, rigged a pipe to carry dirt from k12 to mouth of the elevator and thence directly to a trailer for removal from the site. Overall efficiency much improved as compared to lifting the dirt by bucket to wheelbarrows which carry it to a dump which must be periodically shoveled into the removal trailer. [P811JW.J]
-EQP811Elevator continued to work well, moving large quantities of dirt without mechanical problems. Workmen have organized an efficient system for shoveling, retrieving pottery and clearing the input scoop. [P813JW.J]
-EQP817Re-installed elevator in k12. At the direction of mKB, stopped the use of the sifter to retrieve objects from the backdirt from the excavation of the typological column at the end of the day. [P817JW.J]
-EQP818Removed the dirt elevator from k12 so that we could excavate the entirety of accumulation, f38, overlaying bakhia terrace, f50. No impact on overall removal because we were doing fine work in the entire unit which produced little back dirt. [P818JW1.J]
-EQP822In excavating topsoil in k103, a pickman accidentally cut the unmarked, buried power cable for the elevators. No one was injured and the cable was quickly spliced back into operation. [P822JW.J]
-EQP825Re-installed the elevator in k12 to lift the dirt removed from the locus of the probe behind the wall, k104. In order to protect the bakhia surface of the terrace, f50, we covered it with a cotton cloth and founded the scoop on several burlap bags filled with dirt. [P825JW.J]
-EQP828Installed elevator to remove dirt from k104. [P828JW.J]
-EQP905After a false start occasioned by a lack of fuel for the compressor, the jackhammer was used effectively in k103 for much of the day to excavate the hard, dense accumulation, f63, and the concrete-like accumulation, f76, below. [P905JW.J]
-EQP907In the afternoon, a crane was on scene to safely remove a large number of floating stones which we had temporarily stored in the SW corner of k101. [P907JW.J]
-EQQ910The elevator was finally re-installed and it speeded removal perceptably. However, it clogged and stopped at the end of the day. [Q910JW1.J]
-EQQ911Elevator worked well throughout the day, but a lack of trailers to haul dirt caused some delays in removal. [Q911JW1.J]
-EQQ912The elevator ran perfectly all day. [Q912JW.J]
-EQQ914Elevator stalled when the bottom pivot shaft broke. It was replaced in about half an hour and the elevator operated flawlessly thereafter. [Q914JW.J]
-MTR715Over the scheduled time-off period jW updated the J3 UGR and transferred it to the Hubble server. He also consolidated the files on that server which are not relevant to this season's work. [R716JW.J]
-MTR721jW recommended to gB that a separate category be created in the incidental file to deal with computer and data management issues such as the ones so far this season entered as issues in Methods and Techniques by J3. [R722JW.J]
-MTR722During the week jW will work with gB to validate the changes to the JD suite of programs and keep an up-do-date version of the J03 UGR on the server for other units to check. [R722JW.J]
-MTR728While trying to prepare the strata log for the features in the east part of J3, features of the form "301.2" were entered. The JD program did not process them properly. [R729JW.J]
-MT.rdR721New programs were successfully tested by jW and the results posted on the server. [R722JW.J]
-MT.rdR722While running a module of the JD suite that enters the phase and stratum for each object, jW noticed that it treated q-lot sherds as objects and inserted stratigraphic data for them in the q-item section without any notation to indicate that they are from sherds. Stratigraphic data for sherds is not entered with the individual sherd as one would expect. [R722JW.J]
-MT.riR723At the daily meeting, gB introduced several methods for describing commonalities among elements that were not candidates for aggregation. One was to group the elements as an assemblage, coded as a d followed by a sequential number. The second was to discuss the commonalities on the left-hand side of the UGR. The third was to prepare a text file which describes the commonality and then link it to the elements that share it. [R723JW.J]
-RDR710The concept of the entry for accidents was clarified and expanded. The code for accidents will now be used to explain incidents which occur in the field, while a new code for problems will be used to account for discrepancies or omissions in the material related to each element. [R716JW.J]
-RDR716At the daily meeting we expanded the discussion of R710 on several possible changes to the roster codes associated with Recovery/Assignment. gB proposed that there were several distinct aspects to Problems, assigned a code on R710, which may require additional codes. They include (1) Harmonization of disparate observations, (2) Discrepancies of form rather than substance, (3) Substantive contradictions, (4) Evolution of understanding, (5) Lack of expected information. However one should differentiate these aspects of problems from the non-discrepant process of Argument, assigned its own code and reflecting the logic of why one called something what one did. [R716JW.J]
-SFP806jW detailed to oversee excavation of burial that had been spotted over the winter when the N baulk of A09k41 eroded. [P806JW.J]
-SFP807jW continued to supervise excavation of grave in A09k41. [P807JW.J]
-SFP808gM worked at home all day processing data and preparing templates. [P809JW.J]
-SFP810gM worked at home after breakfast processing data and preparing templates. rE remained at home after breakfast to recover from allergic reaction to insect bites. [P810JW2.J]
-SFP815Aleppo University student Ismail joined the staff for indoctrination. We now have two such students, Zuzan, who joined us last week, and him. We will involve them in as many activities as possible in the remaining weeks of excavation. Both spend only the mornings with us, so their introduction will consist almost entirely of field work. [P815JW.J]
-SFP816gM remained in the house after breakfast to process objects. [P816JW.J]
-SFP817Students Zusan and Ismail, deployed in k102 under the supervision of Muhammad Kher to explore for the south face of wall, f11. rE worked at home after breakfast to prepare for an examination in Damascus on August 28. [P817JW.J]
-SFP818Student Zuzan did not report for work. After breakfast, rE remained at home preparing for an examination. [P818JW1.J]
-SFP820Student Zuzann did not report for work today. gM worked on processing objects after breakfast. Due to a trip to Hassake by the director and other senior supervisors, staff will work at home tomorrow processing data. [P820JW.J]
-SFP821All staff worked at home processing objects, entering data, and preparing templates. gM and rE drew section of the E baulk of k12. jW prepared forms to facilitate strata assignments to be done in the field tomorrow. [P821JW.J]
-SFP823Students Zuzann and Ismail did not report for work. gM spent most of the morning at home preparing templates and files in anticipation of the unit review. [P823JW.J]
-SFP824Students Zuann and Ismail reported for work. For most of the morning, gM worked in the house processing data. [P824JW2.J]
-SFP825Students Ibrahim and Zuzan reported for work. Student Ibrahim told us that this would be his last day of work. Before breakfast, jW, rE and gM developed Harris Matrices for all loci in the field. Then, gM worked at home after breakfast preparing Freehand drawings of them. For one hour before breakfast and one hour after breakfast, jW worked at home writing journal files. [P825JW.J]
-SFP827gM worked at home processing data and finishing Harris Matrices for features 1-50. In the late afternoon, geologist Dr. Christian Fischer, lectured on the identification and characteristics of stones used for tools and decorative objects. [P827JW.J]
-SFP828rE departed for Damascus to take two examinations in archaeology. She is expected to return at the end of the week to work with us for the balance of the season. At various short periods during the day, jW and gM worked at home perparing the global record. Before breakfast, all staff members attended a lecture on site by geologist, Dr. Christian Fischer, who discussed the formation and retrieval processes for the large stones used to build the monumental wall, the abi, and palace foundations. [P828JW.J]
-SFP829jW spent two one-hour periods at home preparing the unit global record. gM, vS (on loan from J01) and Zuzan spent all day excavating the burials, f60 and f61. gM will draw the burial using Freehand and a registered photograph of the body to be taken by dM. [P829JW.J]
-SFP830jW and gM attended Requium Mass for Prof. Pecorella, late director of the excavations at Tell Bari. Before and afterwards they worked on processing objects and preparing the unit global record. [P830JW.J]
-SFP831jW worked for one hour at home preparing the unit global record. [P831JW.J]
-SFP903gM worked in the house after breakfast processing objects. After breakfast jW visited the doctor in Qamishlie for an eye injury (not work related). [P903JW.J]
-SFP904gM spent a major part of the morning at home processing objects for unit J2. jW spent one hour at home entering and processing data. [P904JW.J]
-SFP906jW spent most of the morning before breakfast at home processing data and reviewing stratigraphy. After breakfast, gM spent the rest of the day at home processing objects and rE spent the rest of the day at home working on a project for gB. [P906JW.J]
-SFP907jW on site for the entire morning and afternoon. gM departed for home in Italy. rE spent the day preparing documents for the visit of the Minister of Culture on P908. [P907JW.J]
-SFP908rE worked at home preparing documents for the visit later today of the Minister of Culture. jW on site for the entire work day. [P908JW.J]
-SFP911Student Zuzan corrected sections of the N and E baulks of k103 and began drawing the N baulk of k104. jW split time between the field and at home, preparing the journal, teaching about drawing sections, and preparing for taking relays and making test photographs to assist in drawing the stones of f10 and f11 in k12. [P911JW.J]
-SFQ826eDB worked in the house most of the day correcting relays and plots. rE worked in the house for two hours after breakfast preparing the journal. [Q826JW.J]
-SFQ827eDB worked at home for most of the day processing relays and plots. bL and rE worked at home for two hours each processing the journal. [Q827JW.J]
-SFQ828jW and eDB spent the day at home processing relays and plots [Q828JW3.J]
-SFQ909All staff but jW will spend the last week in the field. Each first-year archaeologist will supervise their own crew of six, and will work under the direction of rE. They will be responsible for all journal entries. The local assistants will be responsible for writing most log entries under the direction of the archaeologists. jW planned to divide the mornings between supervising in the field and at home reviewing the status of the documentation, but the pace of work will require his presence in the field for most of the week to continuously redistribute the workforce to the loci requiring the most effort. [Q909JW.J]
-SFQ910rE was detailed to assist J4 in data processing and mKB in pottery analysis. eDB worked at home checking data entries and preparing plots. [Q910JW1.J]
-SFQ911eDB worked at home for most of the day processing data. mO will depart the excavation tomorrow. [Q911JW1.J]
-SFQ912eI sick at home all day. cC detailed from J4 for field work all day. vN detailed from J4 for field work in the morning. rE relieved jW in the field for one hour so that he could work on the journal at home. [Q912JW.J]
-SFQ913bL worked at home after breakfast processing objects and photographs. In the morning, cC participated in field work on loan from j4. rE relieved jW for one hour in the morning and afternoon so he could write the journal. All staff worked in the field in the afternoon except eI and eDB who stayed at home to process data. vN from J4 assisted in the afternoon. [Q913JW.J]
-SFQ920eDB ill and visited the doctor in Qamishlie. eI taken by gB after breakfast to draw seal impressions from J3. [Q920JW.J]
-SFR710eI missed one day of work due to illness. mO departed for two days to take an examination. [R716JW.J]
-SFU914While cleaning was taking place, jW spent most of the time in the house working on the UGR. [U914JW2.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
-SFU919Physical Anthropologist aK fortuitously arrived for a short familiarization vist. [U921JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-SFU924yM and lH1 detailed from A20 to excavate burial a22. [U925JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-SF.riP826jW worked at home, forming a clean input archive, completing file logs, entering data, testing the JD program's capability of processing photographic files, and testing the RD program's capability to process relays. [P826JW.J]
-SF.riP902rE returned from Damascus and resumed work. [P902JW.J]
-SF.riP909rE departed for Damascus. jW continued to assist with several groups of visitors. No unit work was undertaken. [P909JW.J]
-SF.riP910jW worked at home preparing Harris Matrices, and entering and checking other data. [P910JW.J]
-SF.riQ918All staff members worked at home processing objects and data. [Q918JW2.J]
-SF.riQ919All staff worked at home processing data and objects. bL was away for about 2 hours working on the palace conservation project. [Q919JW.J]
-SGP801To answer the questions about the nature of the material contained by the wall we need to select a small section along the perimeter and excavate towards the temple at the center. In this case we have assumed control of three squares running E-W, that were begun last season as loci J2k33, J2k43, and J2k53 and ended before the wall top was found. The new designations for us are J3k1, J3k11, and J3k21 respectively. As these are excavated further, we expect to encounter the outside (south) top and face of the wall which runs E-W at at this point. Two new loci will be initiated, J3k12 and J3k13, which run N-S starting from the N baulk of k11. In these squares we expect to encounter the top, interior face (north) and material in the mound contained by the wall. Although area supervisors look at all pottery in the field, pottery from q-lots is generally not immediately processed in the laboratory except in special circumstances. This season, we will designate a small locus from which pottery will be immediately analyzed. This will be particularly valuable in guiding stratigraphic decisions and analysis in the field. [P801JW.J]
-SGP811Tomorrow, P814, we will thoroughly clean the entire locus k12, and inspect it carefully to see if we can find evidence of the wall, f11, top and the material confined behind it to the north. Then we will meet with gB and faB to determine whether to dig more here or to move further to the north to excavate the topological column, which we expect to provide key evidence of how the wall was built. [P813JW.J]
-SGP814In a general meeting on-site gB passed on a suggestion from vvE that we explore how and when the apron, f10, was built. It was presented as a plan to undercut some of the stones at the W end of the apron and analyze the material to date the time of construction. Afterwards, jW and vvE discussed further this idea, and it was agreed that the stones must not be undercut. Ideally we should dig behind a known midsection region of the apron, and examine the section. jW will examine the E baulk of k12 for information and, in fact, the B6 excavations included such a probe, but neither jW nor vvE have seen the report of the results. No time remains in this season to accomplish this additional task using additional excavations. [P814JW.J]
-SGP814In a morning meeting on site with gB, mKB, faB, jO, jW and the unit staff, we discussed the placement and excavation of the topological excavation locus that will explore how the monumental wall, f11, was built. We will determine this by excavating in a limited locus behind and below the elevation of the north face of the wall. Previously, we had planned to excavate a two by two meter locus, k100, located midway along the S baulk of k13. However, in light of what we have found out about the probable location of the N wall face, it is more time-efficient and just as likely to resolve the issue if we move the topological sounding to the N baulk of k12. This will yield the same volume of material as k100 would have, and with this new arrangement the elevator can be used to expedite removal as we continue to explore the characteristics of the wall in k12. We will sift all soil from this locus and will save all soil from below the present elevation of laminations, f38, for use as backfill. [P814JW.J]
-SGP814In a morning meeting on site with gB, mKB, faB, jO, jW and the unit staff, we decided to remove the 50cm-wide bench we had left in anticipation of having to slope the baulk of the deep-dug trench needed to explore the south face of the wall in this locus. Instead we will expose whatever face we can see along the full span of the N edge of the locus and hope to resolve whatever ambiguities we see by inspection of the portions of the wall visible nearest us in J01 to the west and J02 to the east. Ideally we should excavate loci to the E (k1) and to the W (k21) to expose more of the wall face, but time does not permit this in season MZ18. [P814JW.J]
-SGP815gB and jO met with jW and unit staff to discuss the continued exploration of the south face of wall, f11. It was agreed that we would excavate no deeper, but rather we would clear the large fallen stone, f40, and the collection of the smaller ones, f39, and try to follow the clear, vertical face seen on the W edge, as far E in the locus, k101, as possible. [P815JW.J]
-SGP815gB and jW discussed the possibility of a non-destructive study of the construction of the apron wall, f10. Tomorrow, jW will scrape and analyze the mini-section formed by the pedistal of the northernmost of the stones forming the W boundary of the apron. A preliminary look shows a horizontal layer of reddish packing, overlaid by a sloping layer of grayish-brown soil, overlaid by the stones. The study will be documented, in part, by a photo. [P815JW.J]
-SGP820gB, mKB, faB, jO, jW and unit staff met to decide where to place the new unit J4, which is to determine the extent and nature of the third millennium plaza which we expect to be located south of the monumental temple wall. Because the same information could be obtained from a number of locations, we decided to incorporate it into J3 instead and place it three squares south of k11. This placement has the added benefit of being on the path of a possible visual line of sight to better view the entire wall system while a master plan to excavate the temple complex is being developed. It will be designated k103, and excavations will begin on P822. [P820JW.J]
-SGP822gB and jW briefly discussed, at home, the advisability of removing one or more of the stones of the second millennium surface of the monumental wall, f11, to properly evaluate the interface of the third millennium terrace, f50, and the third millennium phase of f11. gB will look at the situation tomorrow, P823, for a final determination. [P822JW.J]
-SGP906At the beginning of the day, gB determined that the seasonal goals of the unit had been accomplished in that we had exposed both sides of the monumental wall, f11, and in the process determined how it had been built. We exposed a section of a third millennium terrace, f50, that led from wall, f11, to the BA temple at the top of the mound. We also found the likely end of the second millennium apron, f10, above wall, f11, and determined that the plaza to the south of the wall was devoid of buildings or other substantial structures. As a result no more excavations will be needed in J3 this season. [P906JW.J]
-SGP906At the end of the day gB and jW decided that we will continue to prepare the sections in k103 for drawing and photography and that we will finish tracing the top of the bakhia surface of the temple terrace, f50, in k12. About four workmen will be needed for this effort. [P906JW.J]
-SGP908No work will be done in the field on Friday, P909 and Saturday, P910. jW will work in the house on P910. rE will depart for a short trip to Damascus on P909 to return on Sunday, P911. We anticipate drawing the sections in k104 and k105 on Sunday, P811. Final photographs will be taken soon thereafter. [P908JW.J]
-SGP910gB, mKB and jw met to discuss the priorities for work in the remaining week of our season. The most important things we must do are those which can only be accomplished here. They include final photographs, relays, plots, templates, Harrris Matrices, and data entry. jW will make a priority list of J03 tasks that fit these criteria. [P910JW.J]
-SGQ828gB, mKB, fAB, jO, jW, vVE, rE and the unit staff met to discuss tht overall strategy for excavation in the next week. We will begin to prepare the site to illustrate and document the key strata excavated in J3 in seasons MZ18 and MZ19. First, we will record by photography the last substantial occupation of the site, probably by Middle Assyrians soon after abandonment by the Mittani. We will highlight the stones of a4 juxtaposed with the tannur, f3 and the floor, f173. To do so, we will remove the east baulk of k22 and k23 to the level of the mud glacis, f152, trim the pedistals upon which the stones of a4 temporarily rest, and expose the northern edge of the tannur rim. After documenting these installations, we will remove the stones and the tannur. The next phase of our efforts will be to continue to excavate the bulk line to the south, extending into the east baulk of k21. we want to reach the level of the mud glacis in k23, the floor in k22, and the glacis and floor in k21. Then, as one views the wall and glacis looking north from the south baulks of k11 and k21 one will see on the right the wall system as it esisted early in the Mittani phase and to the left, the memory of the wall as it existed in the latter part of the Mittani phase. Next, we will remove the east baulks of k11 and k12. This will fully expose the apron system as it existed in the middle of the Mittani phase. These actions will complete the link between J3 and J2 to the east. The link between J1 to the west and J3 will be illustrated by fully excavating k21 and k31 to their southern limits, thus providing a vantage point at k31 to view the wall system as it existed soon after it was built in the Early Dynastic phase. Because the east baulks of J1 are high and hazardous to any activity around them, we will excavate k109 to a depth of 2 meters, draw the west bulk, then remove all baulks and projections in the line of sight. The result will be the opportunity to see the growth and modification of the temple mound over its lifetime of 1,000 years of use. [Q828JW3.J]
-SGQ909Upon excavation this morning of a packed mud surface, f241, in the northeastern part of k109, gB suggested that we halt work there. He believed that it was the remains of the final glacis, probably built in Phase 7, and a continuation of the pottery layer seen in the north section of J1 above the wall. If we stop here, we will have examples of the glacis of Phase 1 in k101, k12, and k13; the glacis of Phase 6b in k108, k22, and k23; and the glacis of Phase 7 in k109. [Q909JW.J]
-SGQ909We need to remove several floating stones sitting on high pedistals, then excavate to the level of k108, immediately to the east. The second goal in k108, k22 and k23 is to follow the hard-packed surface of f123 and f31 north to its expected intersection with the packed mud surface of f152 and or the baqaya, f50 and f109. From the west section of k12, it appears as if f123 may be the glacis in the middle Mittani Phase when the wall was covered, but had "memory stones" placed atop its cover of soil along the line of the wall as it existed in earlier phases. The third and most important goal is to expose the south face of monumental wall, f11, to a depth of about one meter to link the earlier excavations in J2 to the east and J1 to the west. Finally we will remove the loose dirt piled against and atop loci k91, k92, k93, and k94. In the process we will even the cut of the south baulks and assure that each is excavated to the same depth. jW and gB later discussed the possiblity of opening a trench higher on the mound to see if it may originally all been covered in brick. gB pointed out that although it would be near the surface, it could not be seen from the observation post. Furthermore, it would be difficult to preserve over the long term - the brick exposed to the east in the German excavations of several years ago having already eroded away. jW noted that the packed mud glacis f152 may in fact be the detritus from bricks which eroded in antiquity. [Q909JW.J]
-SGQ909gB, mKB and fAB met with the unit staff in the field on Q908 to develop an appropriate strategy to meet the goals of the season during this, the last week of scheduled excavations. In the western half (previously supervised by vVE), except for finishing a small remaining portion of a N-S bulk removal and documentation such as drawing and relaying the stones that were hidden in the baulks, the work is complete. Therefore, the entire team will work in the eastern half. First, because J1 has a staggering workload, we will assume control of the northeastern line of two half squares above the wall top. Locus k109 will be extended eastward to subsume this part. Because a high baulk forms the eastern edge, we will maintain a 50cm baulk to the east for safety and to facilitate drawing the section from the J3 side. [Q909JW.J]
-SGQ910gB and jW met at the site to review progress and revise the goals of yesterday. The surface work in the N-S group of loci which includes k108, k22, and k23 is almost complete in that we have traced a highly compacted mud surface attributed to Phase 6b, f123 and f31, from the wall memory stones north to its intersection with the baqaya glacis, f109 and f50, along the north edge of k23. Next, after photographing the mud surface from south of the wall to the north baulk of k23, we will begin to excavate floor f148 to the south of the memory stones to expose the south face of the monumental wall, f11, to a depth of 50cm. Also, we will finish removing the remnants of the east baulk of k101, which blocks a one-meter wide section of the view of the wall face from the south. [Q910JW1.J]
-SGQ918With respect to field work, we need to final photographs and relay the memory stones and the south face of the revetment wall. In the west part, we must remove a discontinuity in the mud glacis at the juncture of k13 and k23. In the east part we need to draw the stones of the apron, f10 that was covered by the east baulk of k11, k12, and k101. [Q918JW2.J]
-SGQ918With respect to work at home, for the first week of the post-excavation season we will concentrate on entering, verifying, and correcting log entries. Also we will complete the processing of all objects. In the second week we will concentrate on augmenting the feature descriptions with the field notes taken by the assistants in the field, leading to a draft stratigraphic review by the end of the week. In the third week the assistants will finish preparing templates for views and section drawings, while jW will begin the analytic portion of the Global Record. In the fourth and final week, jW will finish the draft analysis and the staff will review and critique it, leading to a final draft for gB to review. [Q918JW2.J]
-SGQ919gB and the unit staff met with gB to review the proposed strategy of yesterday. He suggested that we advance the draft stratigraphic assignments to this week and push hard to complete the templates and section drawings. (At present less than one third are finished.) eI will process data from the east section while eDB will process data from the west section. bL will finish processing objects and will assist jW on strata and phase assignments. In addition, gB approved the plans for additional fieldwork. [Q919JW.J]
-SGQ927Tomorrow, bL will add several relays to the plot of the wall and memory stones. jW will finish the view log and work on stratigraphy. eI will continue to work on the J3 East templates, with the prospect of finishing on Q929. jW will begin to prepare the justifications for the stratum assignments. [Q927JW.J]
-SGR723The fifth stage of work will address plots and their link to drawings. jW will assure the the format for the UGR records matches that required by the plots section to automatically call up the full AutoCAD function. [R723JW.J]
-SGR726The fifth stage concentrated on drawings. As a goal, we would like to link more drawings of architecture to plots (i.e. derive the drawings from plots) and gB will work on a way to display both on the same UGR page. To assist in this, it will be advantageous to write a script file for each feature, making it easy to retrieve them for combining them into more complex drawings. [R729JW.J]
-SGR728One thing lacking for the whole of J3 is an overall plot of the important features that can be seen but that we have not excavated. These include the revetment wall, aprons, and the three glacis. With the concurrence of gB, jW will identify the 30 or so points to be surveyed by bWP to complete this plot. [R729JW.J]
-SGU901gB pointed out that stratigraphically, accumulations above the glacis are not sealed from above. Therefore, their source and time of deposition cannot be determined. In fact, since f152 served as a glacis to memory stones of the revetment wall, it is likely that these accumulations covering the baqaya were fill, probly mined from nearby and dumped there in the MIttani period. The only true test of the composition and date of baqaya and the mound below to sink a trench and analyze the contents. To that end, on U904, gB, mKB, fAB, pC, and jW will visit J3 to plan the possible excavation. Because of its limited, but delicate nature, experienced workmen would be hired to do the digging. [U901JW.J]
-SGU913On the morning of U914 we will clean the entire unit (including the walls of pits a5, a6, and a10) to prepare for a major photograph which will show all phases of the glacis construction from the late Mittani period, back through the Late Chalcolithic period. After taking a test photograph (the best time to take the record shot is in the late afternoon) we will remove the balance of f346 in the northern half and along the western border of k110, being careful not to damage the bricky material in the far NW corner.This will expose the balance of the ash layer, f347, which when removed should expose the bricks of f348. [U914JW1.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
-SGU914On U915 we will first remove the rest of f346 from k110, exposing the top of f348. After cleaning, we will take an important photograph looking westward to encompass f348 and the three glacis. The surveyor will re-establish the grid for k13 and we will then excavate westward to the level of f348 to see its extent in that direction. At the same time we will vigorously scrape the area just to the south of k110 where just below the surface there is a continuation of the same reddish material constituting f348. This way it may be possible to identify both the southern and western extents of f348, as well as its identity and function. We need to be careful about excavating along the southern edge of k13 because there are several areas where the baqaya seal has been broken, perhaps by a pit. [U914JW2.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
-SGU920gB, jW, and fAB met briefly to discuss strategy for U921. First, we will ascertain whether i31 rests on floor, f357. Second we will clear the south wall of pit a19 and explore south to see if we can find the south end of wall, f348, then follow it east to find its eastern extent, which is obscured by brick debris in locus k110. Third, we will trace floor, f357 to the west and north. [U921JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-SG.rdR707The first cycle will address views and templates. As the graphic record of the excavation, it is imperative that we assure that the significance of each photograph is stated in the descriptive part of the view log. To provide for the links to related material, all elements, referants and incidentals shown in the photograph should be listed. Templates need to be prepared for all views and, if necessary, subviews as well. [R716JW.J]
-SG.rdR710The second stage of work focused on features. It was pointed out that a reader of the UGR who was not familiar with the site would have a difficult time sifting through the data without some idea of what was in it. As a result, a summmary section will now appear as the first entry on each feature page and must be written during this stage. [R716JW.J]
-SG.rdR716The third stage of work, which started today, will focus on aggregates, loci and incidentals. With respect to aggregates, each will need a summary, list of elements, description and best photo. If aggregates are nested or otherwise related, this must be explained. We are also encouraged to point out oddities. Regarding loci, summaries are required. An overall view of the loci will be presented on the left hand side of the UGR so no best photo is required here. The locus description is often the place where most daily journal entries reside. Just how to deal with the frequent mentions of workmen here will be discussed tomorrow. As to incidentals, we should review them for content and proper category assignment. (Note that we may create our own one-word category if none on the list fit.) [R716JW.J]
-SG.rdR719The fourth stage of work will concentrate on objects (items and q-items). If photos were taken, best views must be selected. The issue of how to deal with alternate definitions and measurements which appear in the record as a result of the "dual" entries taken in the field upon excavation and in the lab after cleaning will be clarified by gB. It is the opinion of jW that both are valuable contributions to the record and should be retained but differentiated through coding. [R722JW.J]
-SG.riQ830Today, in a meeting on-site with jO and jW, gB explained in more detail the strategy for excavating the E-W line of loci south of k1, k11, k21, and k31 to maximize the sight lines from a southern mound vantage point north to the wall system, apron, and glacis. The surveyor will lay out four squares with north and east baulks. We will excavate the northern 3 meters across the entire E-W width according to the following procedure: Temporarily maintaining the north baulk, we will excavate a trench from the baulk line 160 cm south to a depth of two meters. Next, we will draw and remove the north baulk. Then from an E-W line two meters north from the south edge of the locus we will dig a sloping wall face connecting the top and bottom. Finally, we will draw and remove the east baulk. [Q830JW4.J]
-SG.riR722The third stage of work will focus on Aggregates, Loci, and Incidentals. Aggregates will require a summary and a best view. (Note that aggregates can only be formed of units in the same stratum so units with the same function in different strata do not qualify.) jW will examine the 15 aggregates in J3 West while mO and eI will determine what additional aggregates are needed for J3 East. mO and eI will develop a method to visually identify the location of each locus in J3. [R722JW.J]
-SNP815gM and rE completed drawing the N section of k12. Elevation of string taken from m4074 was 9314. dM photographed it with and without string and feature ID tags, v12. [P815JW.J]
-SNP821Drew section of the E baulk of k12. Elevation of the string was m3935+69-152=9276. [P821JW.J]
-SNP908Student Zuzan and Abd el Hamid drew the north and east sections of k103. String elevation, 9070, was taken from m4217. [P908JW.J]
-SNP911Finished section drawings of the north and east baulks of k103. Began drawing the N section of k104 [P911JW.J]
-SNQ826iI and aA drew the combined east section of k23 and the north half of k22 with a string elevation of . [Q826JW.J]
-SNQ827aA and iI drew the east section of k109 with a string elevation of 9209. [Q827JW.J]
-SPQ921kD, a visiting Environmental Archaeolgist, examined the unit with jW to briefly study the material used to make the baqaya glacis, f109, the wahal glacis, f152, and the mud glacis, f241. If possible, we would like to know whether these features are natural or man-made. The baqaya is found under the surface soils and would have to have been dug elsewhere and carried to the temple mound to be used as a coating. The wahal is relatively clean and is composed of silt and sand. The cleanliness and the hard uniform surface make it more likely than not to have been carried to the mound and compacted there. The mud glacis has many sherds and pebbles. This could have resulted from erosion and transport from higher on the mound after Mittani abandonment or it could have been carried to the mound from elswhere. [Q921JW.J]
-SRP827gB, mKB, and faB met with jW, gM and rE to conduct a stratigraphic review of the excavations to date. We were able to accomplish this using the J3 Urkesh Global Record which was compiled with all data collected to this date. Data from each category was displayed and reviewed, including templates. Generally, gB, mKB, and faB were pleased with what we had done to date and the rationale we used to make and justify our stratigraphic assignment for each feature. Making and justifying the assignments in the field is essential for understanding how the site was formed, a function that is severely impeded if done for the entire season at the end of the excavation. faB discussed the interaction of the Contact Associations and the standard Harris Matrix which displays relative time of deposition. Also we need to intgrate the strata with the display of features. Generally, with respect to the UGR, it will have to be carefully reviewed after excavations stop for completeness and duplicate entries removed. However, gB cautioned against removing differing observations and conclusions, which are useful in demonstrating how our understanding of the stratigraphic relationships evolved. Finally gB suggested that for each feature we identify a "best view", code B12, for each feature to convey a more complete understanding of it to a reader unfamiliar with the site. gM's templates will be extraordinarily useful for doing this. [P827JW.J]
-SUQ920Third, we discovered the remnants of a brick coating atop the baqaya glacis along the north edge of the excavated area. Although we had planned to excavate a locus closer to the temple to look for the brick coating and a sector of the stones that ringed the mound, gB pointed out that the bricks exposed by the recent German excavation in B6 had already melted. Therefore, we could learn nothing more without damaging the mound. Fourth, as of this date we are making satisfactory progress toward completing the Global Record. An unexpected result of the excavation was the discovery of a group of Uruq seal impressions in spoils dumped from the nearby excavation of a pit that was cut into the baqaya and the fill below which was used to build the mound behind the revetment wall. This coupled with the large quantities of Late Chalcolithic ceramics recovered from the probe beneath the baqaya last season and the fill below cuts of pits found this year confirm the existance of a substantial occupation of the site well before the Early Dynastic III period. [Q920JW.J]
-SUU914After the unit surface was clean, gB, mKB, fAB and jW met on site to discuss the implications of what we had already found and to review the strategy developed over the past few days. All ceramics excavated in MZ23 which cover f348 are from the Late Chalcolithic period, indicating that f348 may have been constructed earlier. We will try to find out when over the next several days. [U914JW2.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
-SU.rdR709We encountered a number of problems during the work on templates and views. Perhaps the most significant, because it is not resolvable without consulting with wO who has yet to report, is missing photographs. In some cases, the photos were lost due to problems with the digital camera and its data cards. In a few cases, the view was listed, but the photograph was not taken. Unit J3 was divided into an east and west section during excavation to take advatage of the presence for a short period of time of vVE, who supervised the excavation in the east of the apron, f10, f532, f556, to the revetment wall, f11. mO and eI were part of the "east team" and are working exclusively on that part of the record. It is the east part that has the most missing photos, some of which may have been taken using west section numbers after vVE departed. [R716JW.J]
-SU.riQ920Now that the MZ19 (2006-Q) excavation season is over, we have accomplished the following: First, the south face of the revetment wall, f11, has been completely exposed. Now from an elevated platform just to the south of the locus, one can see the wall from the western part of Ji, through J3, to the manumental staircase in J2 to the east. Second, the apron, f10, has been completely exposed. In addition, the phases of its construction and use have been carefully documented. Second, we exposed additional portions of the baqaya glacis to the north and to the west. Somewhat to our surprise, there was a packed mud (wahal) glacis atop the baqaya glacis and a mud glacis with sherds and stones atop the packed mud glacis. At the north edge of the excavation, the wahal directly covered the baqaya. Nearer the wall to the south, there were additional layers of accumulation between the baqaya and the wahal due to aeolian deposition in the later phases of sacral use in the Mittani period. The final covering that we could identify was a mixture of sherds and pebbles in a mud matrix. Whether or not this was a natural deposition of material deposited by water run-off remains problematical. [Q920JW.J]
-SU.riU901By virue of the fact that the revetment wall, f11, can be dated to the EDIII perion, its abutting baqaya glacis, f50 and f109, can be likewise tentatively be dated to EDIII. There have been limited indications that the mound that the glacis covers dates to an earlier period. These include Uruk seal impressions and Late Chalcolithic sherds found in the vicinity of pit a10, which cut the glacis. Recently, ceramics analysis of soil features (f114, f120, f121, f151, f152, f209) which covered the glacis to a depth of 15 cm revealed the presence of a considerable number of LC sherds. The issue presented is: do these features, the glacis, and the mound beneath date to the Late Chalcolithic period? [U901JW.J]
-SU.riU913After excavation was completed on U913, gB, mKB, fAB, pC, and jW met on site to discuss the result and generally plan for the excavation over the next few days. mKB stated that there were an adequate number of sherds to date the glacis, f109, and features immediately below, to the Late Chalcolithic 3 period. The original plans called for us to excavate all of k110 to a depth of about 2 meters. However, since f346 and f347 appear to cover red baqaya bricks laid with brown mortar,f347, there is the possibility that it is either a pavement or a wall-top, neither of which we would want to destroy at this time. It is sufficient to note that it is an important LC3 feature. A better way to study this feature is to excavate all of k13 and scrape well the original surrounding features to gain a perspective of what f347 is and what function it served. [U914JW1.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
-SYP815Markers m4007, m3931, and m4027 loosened and removed. In attempting to take the elevation of the string used as a reference for the N section of k12, jw noticed that the elevation for m3931 had been erroneously calculated by bP. Corrected elevation is 9349 vice 9256 which was recorded earlier this season, MZ18. jW will enter the new data in the marker file. [P815JW.J]
-SYP824Under very difficult conditions including a steep sloping floor and undercut stones, the surveyor, bP, laid out a 2m by 2m square, k104, aligned with the excavation grid. The S side touched E-W wall, f11; the E side touched the foundations of the apron, f10; and the W side touched the N-S line of stones that included f35 at the N end. The south side of the square almost coincided with the N edge of the N baulk of k11, and was roughly centered on an E-W line. [P824JW2.J]
-SYQ827Marker m4320 loosened and removed during excavation of the east baulk of k23. [Q827JW.J]
-SYQ828markers m3926, m4013, and m4009 loosened and removed. [Q828JW3.J]
-SYQ909bWP installed a number of new control points along the north and south baulk lines to be used for relays. These will replace the corner markers that were removed when the N-S baulks were excavated last week. [Q909JW.J]
-SYQ921We need to establish several new markers with relays to finish measuring and drawing the stones of J3 East. [Q921JW.J]
-SYU915pC re-established the excavation limits of k13, with surveyed relay points. Point m6353 = r2593 = SW corner; point m6354 = r2594. [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-SYU919Set two relay points on the W and E sides of a32 to serve as grid reference points for a photogrametric drawing of the skeleton. [U921JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-VSR811Visited by Second Secretary, Political Section and Director, American Cultural Center of the American Embassy, Damascus. [R811JW.J]
-VSR819Three visitors from Damascus were welcomed with a tour of the facilities. [R819JW.J]
-VSR824Visited in the afternoon by a group of archaeologists from Tell Fekheriya. [R824JW3.J]
-WKQ920eI Finished processing logs from J3 East. eDB continued to process logs from J3 West. bL finished processing object data and will work on Harris Matrices and stratigraphic analyisis with jW. [Q920JW.J]
-WKQ921jW was granted permission by gB to have Abd'el Hamid work on Saturday in the field with eI. [Q921JW.J]
-WKR716In the east section, mO and eI will review the features to see if any form aggregates (e.g. apron for revetment wall.) jW will examine the loci for the east and review the incidentals related to daily progress. [R716JW.J]
-WK.riP802Two large picks and 6 in support reported for work. All workmen properly equipped and working efficiently, due in part to timely installation of tents. Hussein, assistant to surveyor, available to work part-time as pickman. [P802JW.J]
-WK.riP803Two large picks and 5 in support. Faraj missing. Little impact on work due to several scheduled photographs. [P803JW.J]
-WK.riP8042 large picks and 4 in support. Faraj and Ibrahim missing. Work suffering due to lack of removal capacity. [P804JW1.J]
-WK.riP806Two picks and five in support. Faraj quit. Requested replacement from faB. Work slowed by lack of removal personnel. [P806JW.J]
-WK.riP8073 picks and 6 in support. (Two replacement workmen provided by faB.) 1 pick and 1 removal detailed to excavate grave in A09k41 under supervision of jW. Designated Swar and Ibrahim as picks for J03 excavations. [P807JW.J]
-WK.riP8083 picks and 6 in support. 1 pick and 1 removal detailed under supervision of jW to excavate jar in K4 that was found over the winter by the guard in an eroded part of the early city wall. Task finished after breakfast. [P808JW.J]
-WK.riP8083 picks and 6 in support. Two picks working in k101 and one in k12. [P809JW.J]
-WK.riP8103 picks and 6 in support. Two picks working in k101 and one in k12. Ibrahim excused by faB at breakfast to attend to the birth of his baby. [P810JW2.J]
-WK.riP8113 picks and 6 in support reported for work. Swar did not return after breakfast due to back problems and was excused by faB. Ahmed, who was assigned to work with us for five days departed. [P811JW.J]
-WK.riP811Three picks and five in support reported for work. Thanks to the effiency of the elevator and the confined working space, we may be able to finish this season without replacing Ahmad. [P813JW.J]
-WK.riP814Three picks and 6 in support reported for work. Hussein, assistant to surveyor, bP, worked productively with unit for about 2 hours as a skilled pickman. [P814JW.J]
-WK.riP8153 picks and 5 in support reported for work. [P815JW.J]
-WK.riP816Three picks and 5 in support reported for work. [P816JW.J]
-WK.riP817Three picks and 5 in support reported for work. One pick deployed in k101, and two deployed in k102. Pickmen attended a short meeting at the beginning of work. gB presented a general lecture on the scope of the planned excavations to all workmen from 1230 to 1315. [P817JW.J]
-WK.riP818Three picks and 5 in support reported for work. With the approval of faB, Muhammad Kher departed at 1100. Surveyor assistant, Hussein, worked in the unit as a pick man after breakfast. During the last hour, deployed the support members in a general cleanup of the area around the unit. [P818JW1.J]
-WK.riP820Three picks and 5 in support reported for work. At the end of the day, workmen were advised that tomorrow will not be a work day for them. The day will be made up at the end of the season. [P820JW.J]
-WK.riP821All workmen excused from reporting due to a trip by the director and associates to Hassake to consult on the furnishing of a new museum which will include exhibits from Tell Mozan. [P821JW.J]
-WK.riP822Three pickmen and five removal personnel reported for work. Electrical problems at the house curtailed drinking water supplies and slowed work. [P822JW.J]
-WK.riP823Three pickmen and five in support reported for work. [P823JW.J]
-WK.riP824Three picks and five in support reported for work. At the direction of faB, Suliman Muhammad was added to the workforce. Ibrahim ill and excused from work at 1130 by jW. [P824JW2.J]
-WK.riP825Three picks and six in support reported for work. [P825JW.J]
-WK.riP827Three picks and six in support reported for work. [P827JW.J]
-WK.riP828Three pickmen and six in support reported for work. One pick and one removal assigned to excavate k104, while two picks and five removal assigned to excavate k103. [P828JW.J]
-WK.riP829Three picks and six removal personnel reported for work. At the end of the day, gB informed the workmen that there would be no field work tomorrow in memoriam of Prof. Pecorella, director of the Tell Bari excavations, who died in a fall from a tall baulk at that site. [P829JW.J]
-WK.riP830No field work today. Workmen excused. [P830JW.J]
-WK.riP831Three pickmen and six in support reported for work. Hussein, who had been working as the assistant to the surveyor, temporarily reported for duty as a pickman, then was assigned to J2. Safwan informed us that today would be his last day of work. Pickmen requested that they be able to put water on accumulation k103f64 to soften it for easier picking. gB, faB, and jW agreed that whatever advantage accrued would be lost because the wet soil would clog the elevator and force all dirt to be passed up by buckets rather than removed by elevator. [P831JW.J]
-WK.riP901Three picks and six in support reported for work. gB reassigned Sadeh to J2 for the day, whereupon Sadeh cut his finger and needed medical attention. Ghandi excused from work by gb at breakfast to prepare for a wedding in his family. Work slowed somewhat as a result. [P901JW.J]
-WK.riP903Three picks and four in support reported for work. Ghandi still absent while participating in a wedding ceremony. [P903JW.J]
-WK.riP904Three pickmen and 5 in support reported for work. [P904JW.J]
-WK.riP905Three pickmen and five removal personnel reported. Juma, from J1 was reassigned to us for the balance of the season. [P905JW.J]
-WK.riP906Three pickmen and six removal personnel reported for work. After removing the dirt from the last jackhammer run in k103, we released five workmen to faB for deployment in cleaning the palace excavations. The remaining four workmen cut sections and generally cleaned the unit in preparation for photography and drawing. After breakfast, all but one workment were deployed to cleanup the palace excavations. [P906JW.J]
-WK.riP907Three picks and six removal personnel reported for work. One pick and four removal personnel detailed to the palace area for cleanup. One pick cutting new sections in k103. One pick and two removal personnel cleaning up loose ends in the excavation of k105. [P907JW.J]
-WK.riP908three picks and six removal personnel reported for work. At various times all were detailed to general site cleanup and preparations for the visit of the Minister of Culture later this evening. Abd el Hamid assigned to J3 from J2 to assist in drawing sections. [P908JW.J]
-WK.riP911In the absence of workman Abd el Hamid, workman Ghandi was detailed to assist in measuring for drawing sections. [P911JW.J]
-WK.riQ826All workmen assigned reported. Mahmood detailed to work in the house and was replaced by Lezkane. Ghandi returned from working in the house. The crew working in k23 and k22 was detailed to k109 for two hours while the east baulk of k23 and k22 was being drawn and photographed. Muhammad Kher requested to be re-assigned. Discussed the matter with jO who will talk further with fAB and gB. [Q826JW.J]
-WK.riQ827All workmen reported except Swar, who was excused due to illness. Ghandi excused by jO for one hour to attend to personal business. Mahmood Ismail will arrive late and depart early each day to assist in the distribution and collection of tools at the house. [Q827JW.J]
-WK.riQ828All assigned workmen reported. [Q828JW3.J]
-WK.riQ909All assigned workmen reported, after a two-day break occasioned by the extraordinary workload the week before to prepare for the visit of the Minister of Culture and the Governor of Hassake. All workmen were assigned to the eastern half of the unit in accordance with the strategy reported under that section. Workman Lazgien was ill and was excused by jW for the day during the temporary absence of fAB from the field. Removal workman Imad was inattentive and allowed his wheelbarrow to fall a distance of 1 meter into a square, slightly injuring a shovelman, Lazgien (the excusal for illness and the accident were unrelated). [Q909JW.J]
-WK.riQ910All assigned workmen reported except for Muhammad Kher and Khalid Suleiman, who resigned. Unis Jamal hired as a replacement. Gave one removal-man each to J1 and J4. [Q910JW1.J]
-WK.riQ911All assigned workmen reported. Ramadan excused by fAB and departed at 7:00. [Q911JW1.J]
-WK.riQ912All assigned workmen reported for the morning work period. A partial crew of 10 reported for work in the afternoon. [Q912JW.J]
-WK.riQ913All assigned workmen reported. Hajad excused by jW in the absence of gB and fAB to attend to personal business at 1100. Twelve workmen reported for afternoon work. [Q913JW.J]
-WK.riQ914All reported except Ramadan, who guarded the unit overnight at the site of the find of the pendant and beads. In the absence of gB and fAB, jW granted Ghandi permission to depart after breakfast to attend to business in Qamishli. Twelve workmen reported for work in the afternoon. [Q914JW.J]
-WK.riU913Pickman Su'ar Muhammad, shovelman Mizar, and removalman Shadi abdel-Rahman reported for work. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
-WK.riU914All assigned workmen reported. We rearranged the tent to provide better coverage as the excavation proceeds westward. We also removed the railing which protects the excavation during the off-season. However, for the purposes of excavation, the fence makes work along the baulk-line dangerous and limits access. [U914JW2.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
-WK.riU915All workmen reported. Mizar transferred to A20 in exchange for Akram. Later, Akram transferred to A20 in exchange for Hamid Mahmood. Cleaned the horizontal surfaces above the baulks to prevent loose material from falling into the trench and injuring workmen. [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-WK.riU916all assigned workmen reported. [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-WK.riU918all assigned workmen reported. Su'ar and Mizar worked in the afternoon preparing for a major photograph and the excavation of jar, i31, on the morning of U919. [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-WK.riU919All assigned workmen reported. After breakfast they worked in A20. [U921JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-WK.riU920Assigned workmen reported and were dispatched to work in A20 for the day. [U921JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-WK.riU921All assigned workmen reported. [U921JW2.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-WK.riU924Because it was Friday, work began at 0700, with only Su'ar Muhammad on scene to assist. [U925JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
-WK.riU925All assigned workmen reported. Released them to A20 after breakfast as all field work for them was completed. [U925JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0001A30R717A human burial in k104 consisting of a well-preserved skeleton and grave goods in fill beneath the baqaya surface of the glacis, f50, of the BA Temple mound. [R718JW1.J]
A0001A35R717v24 [R718JW1.J]
A0001B11P901A burial in k104 consisting of a well-preserved skeleton, f60 and i8; two grave goods, a bead, i7, and a hand-sized stone tool, i10. A stack of partially burned bricks, f62, marked it. [P901JW.J]
A0001I99P901The skeleton was found in the bottom of fill, f59, atop two other lenses of fill, red soil, f65, and ashy soil, f64. We conclude that stone tool, i10, and the bead were placed at the gravesite, then the body was placed overtop in a layer of clean, soil, f59, laid atop f64 and f65, which was then compacted. [P901JW.J]
A0001O03Q212w0010 [Q212JW.J]
A0002A30R717An animal burial in fill at the base of the revetment wall, f11, in k104. It was near to but not definitely associated with human burial a1. [R718JW1.J]
A0002A35R717v23 [R718JW1.J]
A0003A21R717is [R718JW.J]
A0003A30R717The elements of the first reconstruction of the BA Temple mound accomplished during the Mittani period. It comprises a wahal glacis, f123 and f152, and a line of stones, a16, placed atop the revetment wall, f11, which had been covered with aeolian accumulation. [R718JW1.J]
A0003A35R717v158 [R718JW1.J]
A0003B11R717A group of elements which constitute the lower portion of the BA Temple Mound re-built in the Mittani period after the monumental wall had been covered by natural accumulation. It consists of a wahal mud glacis (f152 in k22 and k23; f123 in k108; and f33 and f38 in k101), a line of memory stones, a16 in k101, k108, and k109; and a wall apron a502 in k2 and k107. [R718JW.J]
A0003D01R717k108 [R718JW.J]
A0003G09R717f33,f38,f123,f152,a16,a502 [R718JW.J]
A0004A30R717Five large limestone blocks arranged in an E-W line at the same elevation in k13. [R718JW1.J]
A0004A35R717v72 [R718JW1.J]
A0004C99Q830We began removing the four E-W stones today. Their pedistal and the soil surface on which the two N-S stones rested (f147) provide an opportunity to collect a ceramic sample to determine if the installation was used during the time after Mittani occupation. We expect that it was probably built by Middle Assyrians because the bottom of the stones was about 15cm above the mud glacis, f152, which was likely kept clean by Mittani temple worshipers. [Q830JW4.J]
A0004D99Q830while plotting relays of the outline of the "L" shaped arrangement of the large limestones and their individual shapes which were excavated in k13 and k23, jW noticed that one of the stones had not been assigned a feature number. Furthermore, it was not possible to positively identify which stones of the E-W line of four were previously designated. We assigned new feature numbers (f205, f206, f207, f208) to the stones and relayed each again. [Q830JW4.J]
A0004O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
A0004O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
A0005A21Q919pt [Q919JW1.J]
A0005A30R717A shallow hemispherical pit and its associated fills in the NW corner of k13. [R718JW1.J]
A0005A35R717v87 [R718JW1.J]
A0005B11Q919A pit that was cut into the baqaya packing, f109, f50, which covered the temple mound from when it was constructed in the Early Dynastic III period until the middle of the Mittani period. As the packed mud glacis which covered the pit fills and cut was applied atop the baqaya late in the Mittani period, we presume that the pit was cut by those who knew the sacred nature of the temple mound. We can discern no apparent purpose for the pit because the fill was relatively clean. [Q919JW1.J]
A0005D01Q919k13 [Q919JW1.J]
A0005G09Q919f122,f127,f128 [Q919JW1.J]
A0005O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
A0005O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
A0005O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
A0006A21Q919pt [Q919JW1.J]
A0006A30R717A shallow hemishpereical pit and its associated fills in the NE corner of k23. [R718JW1.J]
A0006A35R717v62 [R718JW1.J]
A0006B11Q919A pit that was cut into both the baqaya glacis, f109, and the packed mud (wahal) glacis, f152. The fills were relatively clean, so it was impossible to determine the function. The most likely time that it was use was late in the Mittani period. [Q919JW1.J]
A0006D01Q919k23 [Q919JW1.J]
A0006G09Q919f149,f153,f160 [Q919JW1.J]
A0006O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
A0006O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
A0006O01R707v0164 [RX31JW.J]
A0006O01R707v0164a [RX31JW.J]
A0006O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
A0006O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
A0006O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
A0006Q01R724R723JW.T [R724JW.J]
A0007A21Q919is [Q919JW1.J]
A0007A30R717An installation consisting of an "X" shaped array of large limestone blocks, a4, f110, f169 , f195, f216 ; floor surfaces, f4, f143; and a tannur, f3, all located in the four-corner region of loci k12, k13, k22, and k23. [R718JW1.J]
A0007A35R717v92 [R718JW1.J]
A0007B11Q919An "L" shaped arrangement of large stones (a4,f110,f169 = f201,f195,f216), tannur, f3. and a floor surface, (f4), all at approximately at the same elevation (9250) and with 200cm of one another. Although it was most likely a living surface, it is impossible to tell the precise function. The elevation suggests that it was used in the late-Mittani period or immediately following, but exactly when is problematical. [Q919JW1.J]
A0007D01Q919k23 [Q919JW1.J]
A0007G09Q919a4,f3,f4,f110,f112,f130,f132,f169,f195,f201,f216 [Q919JW1.J]
A0007O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
A0008A21Q919is [Q919JW1.J]
A0008A30R717An arc of large limestone blocks located south of the memory stones, a16, in k109. [R718JW1.J]
A0008A35R717v117 [R718JW1.J]
A0008B11Q919An arc of large limestone blocks to the south of the memory stones along the covered top of revetment wall, f11. No associated living surface could be found, although the arrangement suggests that the stones were intentionally placed. [Q919JW1.J]
A0008D01Q919k109 [Q919JW1.J]
A0008G09Q919f185,f186,f187,f188,f248,f249 [Q919JW1.J]
A0008O01Q909v0116 [RX31JW.J]
A0008O01Q909v0116a [RX31JW.J]
A0008O01R707v0164 [RX31JW.J]
A0008O08R321p0016 [R321JW3.J]
A0008O08R321p0030 [R321JW3.J]
A0009A21Q919is [Q919JW1.J]
A0009A30R717A cluster of four large limestone blocks that surround a group of four smaller ones located south of the memory stones, a16, in k109. [R718JW1.J]
A0009A35R717v143 [R718JW1.J]
A0009B11Q919A cluster of four large limestone blocks surrounding a circular arrangement of four smaller ones located south of revetment wall, f11. No associated surface was found, but the arrangement suggests that they were intentionally placed. [Q919JW1.J]
A0009D01Q919k109 [Q919JW1.J]
A0009G09Q919f255,f256,f264,f265,f266,f267,f332 [Q919JW1.J]
A0009O08R329p0040 [R329JW.J]
A0010A21Q919pt [Q919JW1.J]
A0010A30R717A pit with a rectangular-shaped cut located in the NW corner of k23. [R718JW1.J]
A0010A35R717v144 [R718JW1.J]
A0010B11Q919Grave-shaped pit in the NW corner of k23. The spoils from digging this pit are the likely source of the Uruk period seal impressions found adjacent to the north in accumulation, f252, which lay atop a layer of bricks, f262, which in turn covered the baqaya glacis, f109. The chronology suggests that it was dug in the Mittani period after the wahal glacis, f152, was constructed. [Q919JW1.J]
A0010D01Q919k23 [Q919JW1.J]
A0010G09Q919f258,f263,f269 [Q919JW1.J]
A0010O01R707v0164a [RX31JW.J]
A0010O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
A0010O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
A0010O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
A0010Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
A0011A21R717is [R718JW.J]
A0011A30R717A collection of large, randomly oriented limestone blocks located to the south of and below the top of the revetment wall, f11, located in loci k109, k108, k101, k1, and k106. [R717JW1.J]
A0011A35R717v151 [R717JW1.J]
A0011B11R717A group of 34 large limestone blocks located along the outward face (S) of the revetment wall, f11, in k109, k108, k101, k1, and k106. They are randomly oriented and distributed in depths ranging from a few centimeters to fifty centimeters below the top of f11. Most are located in k109 and the west part of k108. Their source is problematical, although they were most likely displaced from structures located higher to the north on the BA temple mound. There were two clusters of these stones: f40, f48, f85 and f91 in k101; and f289, f290, and f291 in k108. [R718JW.J]
A0011D01R717k1 [R717JW1.J]
A0011D01R717k101 [R717JW1.J]
A0011D01R717k106 [R717JW1.J]
A0011D01R717k108 [R717JW1.J]
A0011D01R717k109 [R718JW.J]
A0011G09R717f40,f48,f85,f91,f273,f274,f275,f276,f277,f278,f279,f280,f281,f282,f288,f289,f290,f291,f581,f582,f583,f602,f603,f604,f605,f606,f607,f608,f609,f610,f611,f612,f613,f614 [R718JW.J]
A0011O08R329p0039 [R329JW.J]
A0012A21Q919is [Q919JW1.J]
A0012A30R719A group of disparite elements (pit, spoils from its digging, and seal impressions in the spoils) in the NW corner of k23. [R719JW.J]
A0012A35R719v145 [R719JW.J]
A0012B11Q919A pit with its fill, a10, the likely detritus from its digging, f252 , and a brick coating, f270 and f215, of the baqaya glacis, f109, upon which were found seal impressions from the Uruk period, a14. [Q919JW1.J]
A0012D01Q919k23 [Q919JW1.J]
A0012G09Q919a10,a14,f252,f270,f215 [Q919JW1.J]
A0013A21Q919ia [Q919JW1.J]
A0013A30R719A collection of jewelry items in accumulation just south of and below the top of the revetment wall in k109. [R719JW.J]
A0013A35R719v153 [R719JW.J]
A0013B11Q919A faience pendant and a collection of beads made from faience and other materials found together in accumulation south of the revetment wall, f11. [Q919JW1.J]
A0013D01Q919k109 [Q919JW1.J]
A0013G09Q919i20.1,i20.2,i20.3,i20.4,i21,i22,i23,i24,i25,q374.1,q379.1 [Q919JW1.J]
A0013H99Q914This collection of a faience pendant and a number of beads were all found within a radius of 50cm. They were all at the same elevation in a matrix consisting of hard-packed laminations containing sherds and small stones. There was no obvious container. The find spot was about 100cm south of the south face of the revetment wall, f11 and about 50cm below its top. Preliminary analysis of the pottery shows that it was Mittani. We conclude from these facts that it is likely that the pendant and beads formed a necklace which was dropped and not retrieved. It must have been quickly covered. The most likel time of deposition was in Stratum 13, Phase 6b in the Mittani period. [Q914JW.J]
A0013O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
A0014A21Q919ia [Q919JW1.J]
A0014A30R719A group of seal impressions found just north of pit a10. [R719JW.J]
A0014A35R719v122 [R719JW.J]
A0014B11Q919A group of Uruk period seal impressions found immediately to the north of pit a10. [Q919JW1.J]
A0014D01Q919k23 [Q919JW1.J]
A0014G09Q919i14,i15.1,i15.2,i15.3,i16,i17,i18,i19,q328.3,q328.4,q328.5 [Q919JW1.J]
A0014O01Q916v0153 [RX31JW.J]
A0014O01Q916v0153a [RX31JW.J]
A0014O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
A0014Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
A0015A21Q919is [Q919JW1.J]
A0015A30R719A group of deteriorated red brick structures and pits in the NW corner of k23 marking the transition from a later wahal glacis to an earlier baqaya glacis. [R719JW.J]
A0015A35R719v146 [R719JW.J]
A0015B11Q919A group of bricks(red) and a brick structure with associated pit abutting a wahal glacis and overlaying a baqaya glacis, f109. The baqaya glacis, f109, was constructed in the Early Dynastic Period as part of the temple BA mound that includes a revetment wall, f11. Eventually the wall was covered with accumulation and a set of memory stones, a16, was placed atop it. A new wahal glacis, f152, was constructed atop at least the lower part of the baqaya glacis to make a smooth transition to the higher elevation of the memory stones. The wahal abutted a line of bricks that ran east to west along the north baulk of k23 and which included a deteriorated structure that may have incorporated a ceremonial pit. [Q919JW1.J]
A0015D01Q919k23 [Q919JW1.J]
A0015G09Q919f152,f215,f262,f192,a6 [Q919JW1.J]
A0016A21R717is [R718JW.J]
A0016A30R717A line of limestone blocks in k101, k108, and k109, set in rough rows atop the revetment wall after it was covered, probably in memeory of it as the use of the BA Temple Complex continued into the Mittani period. [R717JW1.J]
A0016A35R717v156 [R717JW1.J]
A0016B11R717A line of 45 large limestone blocks roughly placed in rows oriented east to west that extend the entire width of loci k101, k108, and k109. These were placed approximately along the line of the top of the revetment wall, f11, after the wall had been covered by accumulation during the Mittani period. They were set into the wahal surface of the second glacis, f123, f148, z1. The stones most likely served as a reminder of where the wall had been as the temple continued in use after the original plaza, steps and wall systems were covered. As such they are often called memory stones in our journal entries. [R718JW.J]
A0016D01R717k101 [R717JW1.J]
A0016D01R717k108 [R718JW.J]
A0016D01R717k109 [R717JW1.J]
A0016G09R717f124,f125,f143,f145,f155,f156,f157,f158,f159,f293,f294,f295,f296,f297,f298,f299,f300,f301,f302,f303,f304,f305,f306,f307,f308,f309,f310,f311,f312,f313,f314,f315,f316,f317,f318,f319,f320,f321,f322,f323,f324,f325,f326,f327,f328 [R718JW.J]
A0016O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
A0016O01R707v0158a [RX31JW.J]
A0016O01R707v0158b [RX31JW.J]
A0016O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
A0016O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
A0016O01R707v0160 [RX31JW.J]
A0016O01R707v0160a [RX31JW.J]
A0016O01R707v0165 [RX31JW.J]
A0016O01R707v0165a [RX31JW.J]
A0016O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
A0017A21R717is [R718JW.J]
A0017A30R717A line of five limestone blocks running SE to NW in k109. The function is unknown. [R717JW1.J]
A0017A35R717v117 [R717JW1.J]
A0017B11R717A single line of five large limestone blocks oriented SE to NW along the northeastern corner of k109. Their extent is unknown as they appear to continue into unit J1. They are at the approximate elevation of the third glacis, but they cannot be definitely linked stratigraphically. The orientation of the center blocks, f244 and f246, (rectangular slabs set on the long edge and parallel to one another) suggests that they may have functioned as a doorway, but altertanately, the overall linear orientation suggests that all 5 stones may have functioned as a second set of memory stones in conjunction with a second Mittani rebuild of the glacis and memory stone system. a3. [R718JW.J]
A0017D01R717k109 [R718JW.J]
A0017G09R717f244,f245,f246,f329,f330 [R718JW.J]
A0017O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
A0017O01R707v0165 [RX31JW.J]
A0017O01R707v0165b [RX31JW.J]
A0018A21R717is [R718JW.J]
A0018A30R719The glacis and wall system which formed the BA Temple mound at the time of its construction in the Early Dynastic period. [R719JW.J]
A0018A35R719v158 [R719JW.J]
A0018B11R717A group of elements which constitute the lower portion of the BA Temple Mound built in the Early Dynastic period. It consists of a massive revetment wall, f11 in k101 and a glacis above it made of baqaya (local virgin soil), f50 in k101 and k12, and f109 in k13. It remained essentially intact until covered during a rebuild during the Mittani period. [R718JW.J]
A0018D01R717k101 [R718JW.J]
A0018G09R717f11,f50,f109 [R718JW.J]
A0018O01R707v0163 [RX31JW.J]
A0018O01R707v0163a [RX31JW.J]
A0018O01R707v0163b [RX31JW.J]
A0019A21U915pt-a [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0019A21U921pt-a [UX05JW4.J]
A0019B11U915Pit consisting of cut (f350) and fill (f349), in the middle of the border between loci k13 and k12. In two days of excavation, the pit yielded sherds identified as LC3, a broken grindstone, and a flint blade. The function could not be determined from the cultural material within. [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0019B11U921A small pit along the southern edge of k13, extending into k12. [UX05JW4.J]
A0019D01U921k13 [UX05JW4.J]
A0019G09U921f349,f350 [UX05JW4.J]
A0019O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
A0019O01U916v0174 [V205JW.J]
A0020A21U919bu [U921JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020A21U921bu [UX05JW4.J]
A0020B11U919infant burial in a jar resting on floor, f357, surrounded by fill, f356 beneath mudbrick floor, f355. There was no evidence of a pit cut. [U921JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020B11U921An infant burial in the middle of k13 which sits in fill, f356 and rests on floor accumulation f357. [UX05JW4.J]
A0020D01U921k13 [UX05JW4.J]
A0020D03U9182601 (41468 49267 - 9164 / Relay location: west edge) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020D03U9182602 (41426 49290 - 9164 / Relay location: east edge) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020D03U9182603 (41403 49247 - 9164 / Relay location: S edge) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020D03U9192604 (41409 49338 - 9180 / Relay location: NW) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020D03U9212605 (41324 49233 - 9181 / Relay location: SE ) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020D03U9212606 (41452 49282 - 9181 / Relay location: top) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020D03U9212632 (41463 49255 - 9180 / Relay location: NW) [UX01JW1R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020D03U9212633 (41407 49280 - 9181 / Relay location: SE ) [UX01JW1R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020G09U921i31,i32,i33 [UX05JW4.J]
A0020G99U920This aggregate consists of the burial jar and the items contained with it. These are: i31 - jar; i32 - heman remains; i33 - soil, i34 - animal bone; and i35 -sherds within the soil matrix. [U921JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0020O01U918v0177 [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U918v0177a [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U918v0177b [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U918v0177c [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U918v0177d [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U918v0178 [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180 [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180a [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180b [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180c [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180d [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180e [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180f [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180g [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180h [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180i [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180j [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180k [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180l [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180m [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180n [V205JW.J]
A0020O01U919v0180o [V205JW.J]
A0021A21U921pt-a [UX05JW4.J]
A0021B11U921A small pit in the SW corner of k13 which extends into the NW corner of k12. It intrudes into a yet undefined brick structure, f361. There were human bones found just to the south of this pit, but it cannot yet be ascertained whether they are associated with it. [UX05JW4.J]
A0021D01U921k13 [UX05JW4.J]
A0021G09U921f359,f360 [UX05JW4.J]
A0021O01U922v0183 [V205JW.J]
A0021O01U922v0183a [V205JW.J]
A0022A21U922bu [UX05JW4.J]
A0022B11U922A rectangular pit containing the burial of an adult located in the SW corner of k12. It was sealed by glacis f50 and f368. It intrudes into f351. [UX05JW4.J]
A0022D01U922k12 [UX05JW4.J]
A0022D03U9222628 (41086 49034 - 9073 / Relay location: E drawing reference) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0022D03U9222629 (41117 48974 - 9073 / Relay location: W drawing reference) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
A0022G09U922f364,f365 i34 [UX05JW4.J]
A0022O01U922v0185 [V205JW.J]
A0022O01U922v0185a [V205JW.J]
A0022O01U923v0182 [V205JW.J]
A0022O01U923v0182a [V205JW.J]
A0022O01U923v0182b [V205JW.J]
A0022O01U923v0182c [V205JW.J]
A0022O01U923v0182d [V205JW.J]
A0022O01U925v0187 [V205JW.J]
A0022O01U925v0187a [V205JW.J]
A0022O01U925v0187b [V205JW.J]
A0022O01U925v0187c [V205JW.J]
A0023A21U922pt-a [UX05JW4.J]
A0023B11U922A pit cut into the top of wall f348 located in the NE corner of k110 (and k13). [UX05JW4.J]
A0023D01U922k110 [UX05JW4.J]
A0023G09U922f347,f367 [UX05JW4.J]
A0024A21U922pt-a [UX05JW4.J]
A0024B11U922The cut of a of a pit intruding into the bricks of f361 in the northern part of k12. The fill was not excavated as a separate feature. [UX05JW4.J]
A0024D01U922k12 [UX05JW4.J]
A0024G09U922f369 [UX05JW4.J]
A0035O01U922v0181a [V205JW.J]
A0036O01U922v0181a [V205JW.J]
A0500O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
A0500O01RY01v0502 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
A0500O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
A0500O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0001A01S211f0007 [S211JW.J]
F0001A01S211f0097 [S211JW.J]
F0001A01S211f0105 [S211JW.J]
F0001A01S211f0162 [S211JW.J]
F0001A01S212f0514 [S212JW.J]
F0001A01S212f0518 [S212JW.J]
F0001A01S212f0539 [S212JW.J]
F0001A30WX07Topsoil in k12. [WX07JW1.J]
F0001A35Q414v1a [Q414JW.J]
F0001I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0001I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0001I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0001I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface [WX07JW.J]
F0001O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0001O03Q212w0002 [Q212JW.J]
F0002A01S212f0100 [S212JW4.J]
F0002A01S212f0165 [S212JW4.J]
F0002A01S212f0513 [S212JW3.J]
F0002A01S212f0522 [S212JW3.J]
F0002A30WX07Highest natural accumulation under topsoil f1 in k12 from time of unorganized occupation. [WX07JW1.J]
F0002A35Q414v4 [Q414JW.J]
F0002I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0002I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0002I04WX07s60-J3D [WX07JW.J]
F0002I10WX07Deep layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f1. [WX07JW.J]
F0002I11WX07Those ceramics are mixed from Ninevite V through Mittani periods. Items ubiquitous, but there are several figurine fragments, stone tool fragments, and a tannur (f3) that indicate at least a short period of formal occupation. [WX07JW.J]
F0002O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0002O03Q212w0002 [Q212JW.J]
F0003A30WX07Tannur from time of unorganized occupation that sits in accumulation f2 in k12. [WX07JW1.J]
F0003A35Q414v8a [Q414JW.J]
F0003I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0003I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0003I04WX07s60-J3D [WX07JW.J]
F0003I10WX07Tannur that sits in natural accumulation f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0003O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0004A30WX07Compacted natural floor from time of unorganized occupation that sits in the west part of accumulation f2 in k12. [WX07JW1.J]
F0004A35Q414v3b [Q414JW.J]
F0004I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0004I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0004I04WX07s60-J3D [WX07JW.J]
F0004I10WX07Compacted soil surface that sits in natural accumulation f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0004I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0004O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0005A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f2 in k12 deposited in the time of unorganized occupation. [WX07JW1.J]
F0005A35Q414v9b [Q414JW.J]
F0005I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0005I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0005I04WX07s60-J3D [WX07JW.J]
F0005I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0006A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f2 in k12 deposited in the time of unorganized occupation. [WX07JW1.J]
F0006A35Q414v9b [Q414JW.J]
F0006I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0006I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0006I04WX07s60-J3D [WX07JW.J]
F0006I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0007A01S211f0001 [S211JW.J]
F0007A01S211f0126 [S211JW.J]
F0007A01S211f0238 [S211JW.J]
F0007A01S212f0523 [S212JW.J]
F0007A01S212f0633 [S212JW2.J]
F0007A30WX07Topsoil in the north baulk of k11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0007A35Q414v43 [Q414JW.J]
F0007I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0007I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0007I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0007I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface [WX07JW.J]
F0007O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
F0007O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
F0008A01S212f0129 [S212JW3.J]
F0008A01S212f0239 [S212JW3.J]
F0008A01S212f0558 [S212JW3.J]
F0008A01S212f0634 [S212JW3.J]
F0008A30WX07Highest natural accumulation under topsoil f7 in k11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0008A35Q414v43 [Q414JW.J]
F0008I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0008I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0008I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0008I10WX07Layer of natural accumulation under topsoil f7. [WX07JW.J]
F0008I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Obsidian blade is ubuquitous. [WX07JW.J]
F0008O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
F0008O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
F0009A30WX07Natural accumulation in k101 under accumulation f8. [WX07JW1.J]
F0009A35Q414v43 [Q414JW.J]
F0009I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0009I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0009I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0009I10WX07Layer of natural accumulation beneath accumulation f8. [WX07JW.J]
F0009I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Items included a number of stone tool fragments as well as stone mace fragment. The typology gave no indication of the periods of manufacture. [WX07JW.J]
F0009O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
F0009O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
F0010A21P814w [P814JW.J]
F0010A30WX07Middle Mittani far western extension of second apron in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0010A35Q414v37 [Q414JW.J]
F0010C04P903Roped off the westernmost three stones of the apron to protect workmen excavating below in k104. The matrix around the stones was excavated leaving them firmly bonded to pillars, which are now showing signs of cracking. [P903JW.J]
F0010I01W909s144-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0010I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0010I04WX07s144-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0010I10WX07Western end of the middle Mittani stone apron built on accumulation atop the EDIII glacis. This stonework is an extension to the west of stone apron f532. [WX07JW.J]
F0010I11WX07Ceramics in covering accumulations can be used to date abandonment but not construction [WX07JW.J]
F0010O01P913v0037 [P918JW2.J]
F0010O01P913v0037a [P918JW2.J]
F0010O01P913v0038 [P918JW2.J]
F0010O01P913v0038a [P918JW2.J]
F0010O01P915v0041 [P918JW2.J]
F0010O01P915v0041a [P918JW2.J]
F0010O01P917v0043a [P918JW2.J]
F0010O01P917v0043b [P918JW2.J]
F0010O01P917v0044 [P918JW2.J]
F0010O01P917v0044a [P918JW2.J]
F0010O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
F0010O01R707v0158b [RX31JW.J]
F0010O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
F0010O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
F0010O01R707v0159b [RX31JW.J]
F0010O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
F0010O01UX05v0195a [V205JW.J]
F0010O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
F0010O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
F0010O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
F0010O03Q212w0002 [Q212JW.J]
F0010O03Q212w0008 [Q212JW.J]
F0010O08R321p0038 [R321JW3.J]
F0011A30WX07Early Dynastic III stone revetment wall in k106 and k1. [WX07JW1.J]
F0011A35Q414v45 [Q414JW.J]
F0011C01P818Completed the exposure of the south face of monumental wall, f11, to a depth of about 50 cm, where a hard, ashy accumulation of unkown depth abuts it. [P818JW1.J]
F0011D03P913367 (40682 48854 - 9046 / Relay location: NE) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913368 (40734 48856 - 9050 / Relay location: NE) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913369 (40761 48861 - 9050 / Relay location: E) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913370 (40785 48864 - 9051 / Relay location: S) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913371 (40795 48901 - 9059 / Relay location: E) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913372 (40778 48918 - 9056 / Relay location: SW) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913373 (40754 48879 - 9053 / Relay location: Center) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913374 (40728 48893 - 9060 / Relay location: NW) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913375 (40635 48897 - 9037 / Relay location: SE) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913376 (40684 48924 - 9057 / Relay location: SW) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913377 (40667 48935 - 9082 / Relay location: NW) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913378 (40654 48973 - 9081 / Relay location: NW) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913379 (40603 48977 - 9058 / Relay location: N) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913380 (40570 48935 - 9042 / Relay location: SE) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913381 (40652 49029 - 9071 / Relay location: W) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913382 (40676 49040 - 9084 / Relay location: NE) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913383 (40639 49045 - 9086 / Relay location: N) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913384 (40594 49074 - 9089 / Relay location: SW) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913385 (40662 49102 - 9122 / Relay location: N) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913386 (40571 49027 - 9058 / Relay location: N) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913387 (40528 49096 - 9099 / Relay location: Center) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913388 (40543 49147 - 9091 / Relay location: N) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913389 (40599 49198 - 9121 / Relay location: NE) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913390 (40591 49140 - 9121 / Relay location: SE) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03P913391 (40629 49149 - 9120 / Relay location: SE) [P913JW-R.J]
F0011D03Q430423 (40513 49020 - 9058 / Relay location: MP S face) [Q501JW1R.J]
F0011D03Q430424 (40468 49150 - 9099 / Relay location: E corner S face) [Q501JW1R.J]
F0011D04P818Continued to carefully excavate the relationship between the monumental wall, f11, and a mass of large stones, f39, f40, that are adjacent on its south side. The issue is whether they form a buttress at a turn in the wall or whether they are part of a large group of fallen stones, either from the second millennium additions to the wall or from some other structure higher on the temple mound. When the accumulation surrounding the stones, f47, was completely removed, we found the stones neither abutted or bonded with the wall. [P818JW1.J]
F0011F02W414<8ab f0370 [W414JW.J]
F0011H02P818We conclude that the stones were carried down from above at some time later than the second millennium additions to wall, f11, were made. This is confirmed by the discovery of a large "dent" in the hard, gray, ashy accumulation, f43, which seals lower accumulations where the largest stone, f40, fell. [P818JW1.J]
F0011H99P818The massive perimeter wall of the BA temple mound, in locus k101, was constructed in at least two phases. The first, believed to have been constructed in the third millennium consists of large, rough, stones laid with a mud and small stone mortar. The second, believed to have been constructed in the second millennium consists of large stones, cut into blocks, and laid atop packing, f42, which seems to have been spread over the third millennium wall. The part of the south face which we see consists of two courses of stones with a stone and mud mortar fill. The stones appear to be about 25cm thick, and seem to be laid form a smoother weather surface than the larger, rough stones behind them to the north. [P818JW1.J]
F0011I01W909s650d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0011I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0011I04WX07s650d-J3D [WX07JW.J]
F0011I10WX07Revetment wall component to the temple mound securely dated by excavations of it in J1 and J5 to the Early Dynastic III period. [WX07JW.J]
F0011O01P820v0015 [P823GM5.J]
F0011O01P820v0015a [P823GM5.J]
F0011O01P827v0019 [P904GM5.J]
F0011O01P913v0035 [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P913v0035a [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P913v0035b [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P913v0036 [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P913v0036a [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P913v0036b [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P913v0038 [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P913v0038a [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P915v0039g [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P915v0041 [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P915v0041a [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P917v0043a [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P917v0043b [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P917v0044 [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P917v0044a [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P917v0045 [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01P917v0046 [P918JW2.J]
F0011O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R707v0158a [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R707v0158b [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R707v0159b [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R707v0163 [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R707v0163a [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R707v0163b [RX31JW.J]
F0011O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
F0011O01R730v0166a [R730JW.J]
F0011O01R730v0166c [R730JW.J]
F0011O01R730v0166d [R730JW.J]
F0011O01R730v0166f [R730JW.J]
F0011O01UX05v0195a [V205JW.J]
F0011O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
F0011O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
F0011O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
F0011O03Q212w0007 [Q212JW.J]
F0011O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
F0011O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0011O08R321p0034 [R321JW3.J]
F0011O08R321p0037 [R321JW3.J]
F0011O08R329p0039 [R329JW.J]
F0012A30WX07Cluster of small stones that sit in late Mittani accumulation f13 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0012A35Q414v9 [Q414JW.J]
F0012I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0012I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0012I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0012I10WX07A cluster of small stones that sits in natural accumulation f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0013A30WX07Late Mittani accumulation in k101 below accumulation f9 to the south of revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0013A35Q414v7 [Q414JW.J]
F0013F02QX04<5si f0229 [QX04JW1.J]
F0013F02QX04<5si f0230 [QX04JW1.J]
F0013F02QX04<5si f0231 [QX04JW1.J]
F0013F02QX04<5si f0232 [QX04JW1.J]
F0013I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0013I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0013I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0013I10WX07Deep layer of natural accumulation to the south of revetment wall, f11 lying under natural accumulation f9. [WX07JW.J]
F0013I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Items included stone tools and spindle whorls. Although we can't date this material to a particular period, it is evidence that the area was in active use when the soil was being deposited. [WX07JW.J]
F0013O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
F0013O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
F0014A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f13 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0014A35Q414v7 [Q414JW.J]
F0014I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0014I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0014I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0014I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0015A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f13 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0015A35Q414v7 [Q414JW.J]
F0015I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0015I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0015I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0015I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0016A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f13 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0016A35Q414v7 [Q414JW.J]
F0016I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0016I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0016I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0016I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0017A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f13 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0017A35Q414v7 [Q414JW.J]
F0017I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0017I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0017I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0017I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0018A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f13 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0018A35Q414v7 [Q414JW.J]
F0018I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0018I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0018I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0018I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0019A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f13 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0019A35Q414v7 [Q414JW.J]
F0019I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0019I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0019I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0019I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0020A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f2 in k12 deposited in the time of unorganized occupation. [WX07JW1.J]
F0020A35Q414v8 [Q414JW.J]
F0020I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0020I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0020I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0020I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0021A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f2 in k12 deposited in the time of unorganized occupation. [WX07JW1.J]
F0021A35Q414v12 [Q414JW.J]
F0021I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0021I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0021I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0021I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0021O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0022A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f2 in k12 deposited in the time of unorganized occupation. [WX07JW1.J]
F0022A35Q414v8 [Q414JW.J]
F0022I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0022I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0022I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0022I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0023A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f2 in k12 deposited in the time of unorganized occupation. [WX07JW1.J]
F0023A35Q414v8 [Q414JW.J]
F0023I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0023I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0023I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0023I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0024A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f2 in k12 deposited in the time of unorganized occupation. [WX07JW1.J]
F0024A35Q414v8 [Q414JW.J]
F0024I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0024I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0024I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0024I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0025A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f2 in k12 deposited in the time of unorganized occupation. [WX07JW1.J]
F0025A35Q414v9 [Q414JW.J]
F0025I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0025I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0025I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0025I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0026A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in abandonment accumulation f9 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0026A35Q414v11 [Q414JW.J]
F0026I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0026I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0026I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0026I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f9. [WX07JW.J]
F0027A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in abandonment accumulation f9 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0027A35Q414v9 [Q414JW.J]
F0027I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0027I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0027I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0027I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f9. [WX07JW.J]
F0028A30WX07Late Mittani soil layer in k101 amidst the stones of f12. [WX07JW1.J]
F0028A35Q414v9 [Q414JW.J]
F0028I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0028I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0028I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0028I10WX07Soil amidst a cluster of large stones. [WX07JW.J]
F0028I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0029A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f13 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0029A35Q414v9 [Q414JW.J]
F0029D03Q430413 (40353 49000 - 9063 / Relay location: S corner replacement for r95) [Q430JW1R.J]
F0029I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0029I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0029I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0029I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0030A01S214f0254 [S214JW.J]
F0030A01S214f0272 [S214JW.J]
F0030A30WX07Natural late Mittani accumulation in k101 under late Mittani accumulation f13 (later further sub-divided into f13, f86, and f87). [WX07JW1.J]
F0030A35Q414v43 [Q414JW.J]
F0030I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0030I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0030I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0030I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0030I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. Most items are stone tools, although not specifically datable indicate significant occupation activity. [WX07JW.J]
F0030O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
F0030O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
F0031A30WX07Natural late Mittani accumulation in k12 below natural accumulation f37 and abutting apron f10 to the north of revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0031A35Q420v12 [Q420JW.J]
F0031I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0031I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0031I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0031I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f37 and abutting apron f10. [WX07JW.J]
F0031I11WX07Ceramics dated to the Late Chalcolithic period. Items include seal impression and stone tools. [WX07JW.J]
F0031O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0031O03Q212w0002 [Q212JW.J]
F0032A30WX07Layer of baqaya sloping from N to S in k11 that abuts the EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0032A35Q420v36a [Q420JW.J]
F0032I01W909s650a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0032I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0032I04WX07s650a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0032I10WX07Layer of baqaya that abuts the north face of revetment wall f11. [WX07JW.J]
F0032I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0033A30WX07Middle Mittani laminations in k12 that form the top layer of the foundation of apron f10. [WX07JW1.J]
F0033A35Q42012a [Q420JW.J]
F0033I01W909s160a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0033I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0033I04WX07s160a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0033I10WX07Laminar accumulation below accumulation f31. [WX07JW.J]
F0033I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed but shapes seem to be LC. Items are ubiquitous stone tools. [WX07JW.J]
F0033O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0033O03Q212w0002 [Q212JW.J]
F0034A30WX07Middle Mittani natural accumulation in k12 that forms the middle layer of the foundation of apron f10. [WX07JW1.J]
F0034A35Q42012 [Q420JW.J]
F0034I01W909s160b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0034I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0034I04WX07s160b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0034I10WX07Hard accumulation below accumulation f34. [WX07JW.J]
F0034I11WX07Some ceramics date to the LCIII period. Items include a geometric seal impression that may be Uruk. [WX07JW.J]
F0034O01P913v0035 [P918JW2.J]
F0034O01P913v0035a [P918JW2.J]
F0034O01P913v0035b [P918JW2.J]
F0034O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0034O03Q212w0002 [Q212JW.J]
F0035A30WX07North abutting stone to a north-south line of stones, f72, that may have been the west terminus of apron f10. [WX07JW1.J]
F0035A35Q420v11 [Q420JW.J]
F0035D03Q430414 (40984 49002 - 9145 / Relay location: E side) [Q430JW3R.J]
F0035D03Q430415 (40963 49023 - 9145 / Relay location: E corner) [Q430JW3R.J]
F0035D03Q430416 (40948 49015 - 9145 / Relay location: SE corner) [Q430JW3R.J]
F0035D03Q430417 (40968 48946 - 9145 / Relay location: SW corner) [Q430JW3R.J]
F0035I01W909s144-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0035I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0035I04WX07s144-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0035I10WX07Northernmost stone of what may be the west terminus of the second apron f10 [WX07JW.J]
F0036A30WX07Isolated stone in k12 that may have been part of the west terminus of apron f10. [WX07JW1.J]
F0036A35Q420v11 [Q420JW.J]
F0036I01W909s144-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0036I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0036I04WX07s144-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0036I10WX07Isolated stone that sits in accumulation f31. [WX07JW.J]
F0037A30WX07Natural late Mittani accumulation in k12 below natural accumulation f2 and abutting apron f10 to the north of revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0037A35Q420v12 [Q420JW.J]
F0037I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0037I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0037I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0037I10WX07Natural accumulation between accumulations f2 on the top and f31 on the bottom. [WX07JW.J]
F0037O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0037O03Q212w0002 [Q212JW.J]
F0038A30WX07Middle Mittani natural accumulation in k12( covering fill f42) which forms the bottom layer of the foundation of apron f10. [WX07JW1.J]
F0038A35Q420v43 [Q420JW.J]
F0038C01P818We are excavating carefully the this accumulation, f38, which covers the bakhia surface of the terrace, f50, directly underneath. Analysis of the sherds may give us clues as to when this part of the temple complex was in use and then abandoned or changed. [P818JW1.J]
F0038F02P907<5si q0141 [P918JW1.J]
F0038F02P907<5si q0142 [P918JW1.J]
F0038I01W909s160c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0038I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0038I04WX07s160c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0038I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f34. [WX07JW.J]
F0038I11WX07Ceramics analysis showed mixed phases from LC3 to Khabur. [WX07JW.J]
F0038O01P913v0035 [P918JW2.J]
F0038O01P913v0035a [P918JW2.J]
F0038O01P913v0035b [P918JW2.J]
F0038O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0038O03Q212w0002 [Q212JW.J]
F0039A30WX07Mass of large displaced stones in k101, possibly originally a part of apron f10 that sit in natural late Mittani accumulation f30 to the south of revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0039A35Q420v11d [Q420JW.J]
F0039I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0039I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0039I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0039I10WX07Amalgamation of large stones and soil that sit in accumulation f30. Some components were assigned separate feature numbers. [WX07JW.J]
F0040A30WX07Large displaced stone in k101 adjacent to f39 (and possibly a part of it) that sits in late Mittani natural accumulation f30 [WX07JW1.J]
F0040A35Q420v11d [Q420JW.J]
F0040I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0040I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0040I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0040I10WX07Single large stone which abuts stone mass f39 and sits in accumulation f30. [WX07JW.J]
F0041A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f2 in k12 deposited in the time of unorganized occupation. [WX07JW1.J]
F0041A35Q420v12 [Q420JW.J]
F0041I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0041I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0041I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0041I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in f2. [WX07JW.J]
F0041O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0042A01S404J03f0340 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0042A30WX07First layer of soil (possibly decayed brick) deposited upon EDIII glacis f50, probably in the early Mittani period [WX07JW1.J]
F0042A35Q420v13c [Q420JW.J]
F0042I01W909s180-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0042I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0042I04WX07s180-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0042I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f30 and above the EDIII glacis f50. [WX07JW.J]
F0042I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0042O03Q212w0002 [Q212JW.J]
F0043A01S214f0261 [S214JW.J]
F0043A01S214f0331 [S214JW.J]
F0043A30WX07Natural accumulation in k101 to the south of revetment wall f11 under middle Mittani accumulation f30. [WX07JW1.J]
F0043A35Q420v15 [Q420JW.J]
F0043H99P824One possibility is that it represents the residue from the destruction of one of the earlier phases of the BA temple which washed down the mound, over the wall and was deposited. We hypothsize that this surface was in place and visible when the monumental staircase and apron were built during the temple's Mitanni phase. [P824JW2.J]
F0043I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0043I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0043I04WX07s122d-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0043I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f30. [WX07JW.J]
F0043I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0043I99P824Compared elevations of this hard-surfaced ashy feature, which abuts the south side of wall, f11, to the elevation of a similar feature in J1. The elevation of f43 is 8982, while the elevation of the J1 feature is 8971. We conclude that the surfaces are part of a continuous deposit extending along the entire region south of the S face of the monumental wall f11. [P824JW2.J]
F0043O01P820v0015 [P823GM5.J]
F0043O01P820v0015a [P823GM5.J]
F0043O01P820v0015b [P823GM5.J]
F0043O01P913v0036 [P918JW2.J]
F0043O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
F0043O01P917v0044 [P918JW2.J]
F0043O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
F0044A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f37 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0044A35Q420v1a [Q420JW.J]
F0044I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0044I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0044I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0044I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f37. [WX07JW.J]
F0045A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f37 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0045A35Q420v12 [Q420JW.J]
F0045I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0045I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0045I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0045I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f37. [WX07JW.J]
F0045O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0046A01S404J03f0341 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0046A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f37 in k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0046A35Q420v12 [Q420JW.J]
F0046I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0046I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0046I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0046I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f37. [WX07JW.J]
F0046O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
F0047A30WX07Natural accumulation in k101 that forms a matrix to bind the stones of f39 and f40. It sits in late Mittani accumulation f30. [WX07JW1.J]
F0047A35Q420v14a [Q420JW.J]
F0047I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0047I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0047I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0047I10WX07Soil matrix that binds the components of stone installation f39. [WX07JW.J]
F0047I11WX07Mittani cup found within the soil. Items also included stone tools and metal slag. [WX07JW.J]
F0048A30WX07One of the displaced stones in k101 (originally designated f39) which sits in late Mittani accumulation f30. [WX07JW1.J]
F0048A35Q420v14 [Q420JW.J]
F0048I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0048I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0048I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0048I10WX07One of the large stones that comprise stone installation f39. [WX07JW.J]
F0049A01S404J03f0342 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0049A30WX07Accumulation corresponding to late Mittani accumulation f30 that separates stone cluster f39 from the revetment wall f11 and the east baulk of k101. [WX07JW1.J]
F0049A35Q420v11e [Q420JW.J]
F0049I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0049I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0049I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0049I10WX07Accumulation equal to accumulation f30 in the vicinity of stone installation f39. [WX07JW.J]
F0049I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Items included stone tools, clay beads and shell artifacts. Although not datable to a particular period, they do evidence occupational activities. [WX07JW.J]
F0050A01S202f0109 [S202JW.J]
F0050A30WX07Layer of baqaya that forms the glacis of the temple mound and that protects the revetment wall f11 from erosion. [WX07JW1.J]
F0050A35Q420v17a [Q420JW.J]
F0050C01P818We are carfully exposing this surface south and down to the north face of wall, f11, to which we expect it abuts. [P818JW1.J]
F0050C01P824Photographed, v17, under difficult conditions of sunlight and shadow, the terrace and its relationship with the temple monumental wall, f11, and the apron, f10. [P824JW2.J]
F0050F02P908<5si q0145 [P918JW1.J]
F0050H02P818A surface, of unknown depth, of "bakhia", the local virgin soil which consists of reddish clay with white inclusions extending from k102 south into k12. It gives every indication of being the third millennium surface of the temple mound that extended from the monumental wall, f11, up to the BA temple. [P818JW1.J]
F0050H99P818Because the temple mound is so far above the level of the surrounding ground, this bakhia must have been dug elsewhere and carried up to the temple mound for application on a prepared surface. [P818JW1.J]
F0050H99P824gB and jW discussed the relationship between the terrace, f50, which we hypothesize was built during the Early Dynastic IIIb period, and the monumental wall, f11. Since the terrace and the wall appear to join at least 50cm under the extant wall top, jW believed that the top stones of the wall, which matched the apron, f10, represented a late (Mitanni) addition to an earlier EDIIIb phase of the wall. gB, based on evidence from earlier excavations in unit B6, thought it more likely that the wall we see was the original one and that the terrace, f50, was covered with a surface of brick, which melted and washed away. The top of the brick surface would have been at the same elevation as the wall top. A flat surface running E-W that interrupts the N-S slope one meter N of the wall may be the foundation for one of several concentric rings of stone or bricks that highlighted the rise of the mound. [P824JW2.J]
F0050I01W909s650a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0050I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0050I04WX07s650a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0050I10WX07Baqaya layer sloping down from north to south that forms the glacis that meets the top of the EDIII revetment wall. [WX07JW.J]
F0050I11WX07Only a small segment of this feature was excavated, yielding a small number of sherds which have not been fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0050O01P827v0019 [P904GM5.J]
F0050O01P827v0019a [P904GM5.J]
F0050O01P913v0035 [P918JW2.J]
F0050O01P913v0035a [P918JW2.J]
F0050O01P913v0035b [P918JW2.J]
F0050O01P913v0038 [P918JW2.J]
F0050O01P913v0038a [P918JW2.J]
F0050O01P915v0041 [P918JW2.J]
F0050O01P917v0044 [P918JW2.J]
F0050O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
F0050O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
F0050O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
F0050O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
F0050O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
F0050O01R730v0166c [R730JW.J]
F0050O01R730v0166f [R730JW.J]
F0050O03Q212w0006 [Q212JW.J]
F0051A30WX07Layer of mixed baqaya and aeolian soil that most likely bound the late Mittani capstones fx to the EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0051A35Q420v15 [Q420JW.J]
F0051I01W909s148b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0051I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0051I04WX07s148b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0051I10WX07Mixture of soil and baqaya serving as a mortar to bind the capstones fx to the EDIII revetment wall top. [WX07JW.J]
F0052A01S212f0238 [S212JW1.J]
F0052A30WX07Topsoil in k103 [WX07JW1.J]
F0052A35Q420v16 [Q420JW.J]
F0052I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0052I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0052I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0052I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface [WX07JW.J]
F0052O01P915v0040 [P918JW2.J]
F0052O03Q212w0003 [Q212JW.J]
F0052O03Q212w0004 [Q212JW.J]
F0053A01S212f0239 [S212JW3.J]
F0053A01S404J03f0337 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0053A30WX07Highest natural accumulation in k103 under topsoil k103. [WX07JW1.J]
F0053A35Q420v18 [Q420JW.J]
F0053I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0053I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0053I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0053I10Q426Directly under topsoil [Q426JW.J]
F0053I10WX07Layer of accumulation directly under topsoil f52. [WX07JW.J]
F0053I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Items included a modern clay pipe and an obsidian fragment. [WX07JW.J]
F0053O01P915v0040 [P918JW2.J]
F0053O03Q212w0003 [Q212JW.J]
F0053O03Q212w0004 [Q212JW.J]
F0054A01S404J03f0343 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0054A30WX07Two large aligned stones in k103 that sit in accumulation f53 in k103. [WX07JW1.J]
F0054A35Q420v18a [Q420JW.J]
F0054I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0054I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0054I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0054I10Q426Sits in f53 [Q426JW.J]
F0054I10WX07Two aligned stones that sit in accumulation f53. [WX07JW.J]
F0054I12P825Stones probably came from one of the temple installations and were washed down the mound to near their present location where they may have been re-used. Phase assigned to equal that of the accuumulation in which they sit. [P825JW.J]
F0054I12Q426Arrangement due to human activity during scattered occupation. [Q426JW.J]
F0055A01S404J03f0344 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0055A30WX07Isolated stone in k12 that may have been part of the west terminus of apron f10. [WX07JW1.J]
F0055A35Q420v11a [Q420JW.J]
F0055H99P823We originally thought that this large stone was one of a number of unfounded floating stones to the north of monumental wall, f11. However, in light of the fact that the layers underneath are similar to those under the extant stones of apron, f10, immediately to the east of f55, this stone may well have been part of the apron's western end. [P823JW.J]
F0055I01W909s144-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0055I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0055I04WX07s144-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0055I10Q426Founded on layers similar to f10 apron [Q426JW.J]
F0055I10WX07Isolated stone that sits in accumulation f33. [WX07JW.J]
F0055I12Q426May be isolated part of western end of f10 apron to monumental wall, f11. Stones f40, f48, f85, and f91 found at the south outside edge of f11 may have been companions. [Q426JW.J]
F0055P01P823We removed f55 with great reluctance on P823 after relaying it. It was removed in order to provide a place to excavate a test trench, k104, behind the monumental wall, f11, to see explore how the wall and the temple BA mound were constructed. [P823JW.J]
F0056A30WX07Successive late Mittani laminations in k103 under accumulation f53. [WX07JW1.J]
F0056A35Q420v40b [Q420JW.J]
F0056C99P829At the end of yesterday and today, the laminations became thinner more tightly packed together. In section they appear as a solid block with no pockets of softer material. Pottery continues to be relatively sparse, with less than a full bag collected each day for a volume which approaches two cubic meters. Shapes are ubiquitous and non-diagnostic. [P829JW.J]
F0056F02P828<5si q0097 [P904GM3.J]
F0056F02P828<5si q0099 [P904GM3.J]
F0056I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0056I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0056I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0056I10Q426Under accumulation f53. [Q426JW.J]
F0056I10WX07Laminar accumulation below accumulation f53. [WX07JW.J]
F0056I11WX07Ceramics informally analyzed as Mittani shapes, but not fully evaluated. Items were ubiquitous. [WX07JW.J]
F0056O01P915v0040 [P918JW2.J]
F0056O03Q212w0003 [Q212JW.J]
F0056O03Q212w0004 [Q212JW.J]
F0057A01S404J03f0335 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0057A30WX07Fill in k104 consisting of late Chalcolithic material used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall system f11 [WX07JW1.J]
F0057A35Q420v19a [Q420JW.J]
F0057I01W909s650b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0057I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0057I04WX07s650b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0057I10Q426Under packing f50 [Q426JW.J]
F0057I10WX07Late Chalcolithic fill used to construct the raised EDIII glacis f50 that protected the EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW.J]
F0057I11Q426Contains Late Chalcolithic sherds [Q426JW.J]
F0057I11WX07Ceramics were Late Chalcolithic. Items included a stone pendant. [WX07JW.J]
F0057I12Q426Part of compacted fill forming temple mound bounded by wall f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0057O01P827v0019 [P904GM5.J]
F0057O01P827v0019a [P904GM5.J]
F0057O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
F0057O03Q212w0006 [Q212JW.J]
F0058A30WX07Late Chalcolithic layer of baqaya in k104 that forms the LC3 glacis to the temple mound during that time. [WX07JW1.J]
F0058A35Q420v19a [Q420JW.J]
F0058I01W909s860a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0058I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0058I04WX07s860a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0058I10Q426Under compacted fill f57. [Q426JW.J]
F0058I10WX07Baqaya layer sloping down from north to south that forms a glacis for the temple mound. It lays below fill f57 and above fill f59. [WX07JW.J]
F0058I11Q426Contains Late Chalcolithic sherds. [Q426JW.J]
F0058I12Q426Covers multiple layers of compacted fill forming temple mound. [Q426JW.J]
F0058O01P827v0019 [P904GM5.J]
F0058O01P827v0019a [P904GM5.J]
F0058O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
F0059A01S404J03f0338 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0059A30WX07Late Chalcolithic fill in k104 under the LC3 glacis f58. [WX07JW1.J]
F0059A35Q420v20b [Q420JW.J]
F0059F02P828<5si q0098 [P904GM3.J]
F0059I01W909s860b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0059I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0059I04WX07s860b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0059I10Q426Under packing f58 [Q426JW.J]
F0059I10WX07Fill beneath LC3 glacis f58. [WX07JW.J]
F0059I11WX07Limited number of body sherds from this fill, but those identifiable are Late Chalcolithic. [WX07JW.J]
F0059I12Q426Part of compacted fill forming temple mound bounded by wall f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0059O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
F0059O03Q212w0006 [Q212JW.J]
F0060A01S404J03f0339 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0060A30WX07Human burial in k104 that sits in LC3 fill f59, but beneath LC3 glacis f58. [WX07JW1.J]
F0060A35Q420v24 [Q420JW.J]
F0060C01P829Exposed all extant bones that could be identified. Photographed the body and its context, v22. Attempted to photograph body to prepare a Freehand drawing of the layout of the grave. There was not enough light to allow good definition, so we will try again on P831, using reflectors. [P829JW.J]
F0060F02P828<5si q0100 [P904GM3.J]
F0060H99P829faB suggested that some of the characteristics of the body (bones darkened but not charred) and its manner of burial (flexed position in a marked grave) could be explained by the following: He hypothesized that the BA temple burned in early Akkadian times. Possibly one or more people were trapped in the ruins and suffocated. Their bodies were heated in the fire to a temperature less than 300 degress, which darkened the bones. During the process of cleaning the site the ashes and burned bricks were thrown onto the terrace to serve as fill for a new layer of bakhia. When the body was discovered it was buried in the usual manner for the time which must have been in the ash with grave goods and a simple marker of stacked burned bricks. [P829JW.J]
F0060I01W909s860b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0060I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0060I04WX07s860b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0060I10Q426Sits in compacted fill f59 [Q426JW.J]
F0060I10WX07Human burial that sits in fill f59. [WX07JW.J]
F0060I12Q426Grave not dug; body laid on and covered with fill f59. [Q426JW.J]
F0060O03Q212w0010 [Q212JW.J]
F0061A01S404J03f0345 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0061A30WX07Animal burial in k104 near f60 that sits in LC3 fill f59, but beneath LC3 glacis f58. [WX07JW1.J]
F0061A35Q420v23a [Q420JW1.J]
F0061B11P829Burial of a large animal, along the south edge of k104. [Q302JW2.J]
F0061C99P829When first encountered, we saw only a long bone protruding from the middle of the south baulk. Thinking it to be another human bural, possibly connected with a1, we assigned a feature number. Later, when more was excavated, we found the skull, which was that of a large animal, possibly a dog or a pig. Now, it is also relatively clear that these bones are not associated with a1. Thererfore, when excavated, the bones will be designed as item 9, and wrapped into aggregate a2 for further processing. [P829JW.J]
F0061I01W909s860b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0061I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0061I04WX07s860b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0061I10Q426Sits in compacted fill f59 [Q426JW.J]
F0061I10WX07Animal burial that sits in fill f59. [WX07JW.J]
F0061I12Q426May be associated with burial a1. [Q426JW.J]
F0062A30WX07Stack of partially baked bricks in k104 that sits in LC3fill f59, but below LC3 glacis, f58. [WX07JW1.J]
F0062A35Q420v21a [Q420JW1.J]
F0062B11P829A stack of partially baked bricks which appear to mark a human burial, a1, in the middle of k104. [Q302JW2.J]
F0062I01W909s860b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0062I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0062I04WX07s860b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0062I10Q426Sits in compacted fill f59. [Q426JW.J]
F0062I10WX07Stack of bricks that sits in fill f59. [WX07JW.J]
F0062I12Q426Marker for burial a1. [Q426JW.J]
F0062O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
F0063A30WX07Natural middle Mittani accumulation in k103 under laminations f56. [WX07JW1.J]
F0063A35Q420v40b [Q420JW1.J]
F0063B11P829A hard, dense, ashy accumulation below laminations f56 in k103. It is very difficult to break with the large pick; in fact several workmen wanted us to rent a jackhammer or to add water to the surface to aid in excavation. [Q302JW2.J]
F0063F02P907<5si q0143 [P918JW1.J]
F0063H99P831This accumulation shares similarities with, but is not identical to, the ashy layer k43 in k101. For example, f43 is very gray and has small charcoal inclusions, while f63 seems to be mixed with more loess, which gives it a grayish brown hue. Charcoal inclusions have yet to be found in f63. [P831JW.J]
F0063I01W909s144-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0063I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0063I04WX07s144-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0063I10Q426Under and earlier than laminations f56 but above layers that have been positively identified as Mittani. [Q426JW.J]
F0063I10WX07Natural accumulation below laminar accumulation f56. [WX07JW.J]
F0063I11WX07Ceramics were not fully analyzed. Items (shell beads, figurines, charcoal, and stone tools) are consistent with sustained occupation. [WX07JW.J]
F0063O01P915v0040 [P918JW2.J]
F0063O03Q212w0003 [Q212JW.J]
F0063O03Q212w0004 [Q212JW.J]
F0064A30WX07Ashy lens in k104 beneath LC3 fill f59. [WX07JW1.J]
F0064A35Q420v28 [Q420JW1.J]
F0064B11P829Lens of ashy material with well defined boundaries found in the NW quarter of k104. In the far NE corner, it is level and sealed with a layer of bakhia. As one proceeds to the east and to the south, the elevation diminishes, but one can trace the horizontal border easily as one moves away to the south. At this point it seems as if the burial was placed in clean fill, f59, laid atop the compacted ash. [Q302JW2.J]
F0064I01W909s860c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0064I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0064I04WX07s860c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0064I10Q426Under compacted fill f59 and abutting fill f65. [Q426JW.J]
F0064I10WX07Ashy fill beneath LC3 fill f59 and covering soil fill f65. [WX07JW.J]
F0064I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. A seed and stone tool were the only items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0064I12Q426Part of series of compacted fills forming temple mound behind monumental wall, f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0064O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
F0064O03Q212w0006 [Q212JW.J]
F0065A30WX07Reddish layer of soil in k104 beneath LC3 fill f59. [WX07JW1.J]
F0065A35Q420v28 [Q420JW1.J]
F0065B11P829A layer of reddish soil with bakhia-like inclusions, apparently abutting the compacted ash, f64 and seen only in the NE corner of k104. There is no evidence that accumlations above the burial were cut, then filled with this soil. We presume that it is one of a number of different types of fill, brought from diverse places in and around the tell, to build up the temple mound behind the monumental wall, f11. [Q302JW2.J]
F0065I01W909s860c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0065I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0065I04WX07s860c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0065I10Q426Under compacted fill f59 and abutting fill f64. [Q426JW.J]
F0065I10WX07Soil fill beneath LC3 fill f59 and overlaying soil fill f64. [WX07JW.J]
F0065I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0065I12Q426Part of series of compacted fills forming temple mound behind monumental wall, f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0065O03Q212w0006 [Q212JW.J]
F0066A01S404J03f0336 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0066A30WX07Large middle Mittani capstone in k101 that tops the EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0066A35Q420v27 [Q420JW1.J]
F0066B11P829A square, cut block of limestone in the NW corner of k101 that forms part of the top of the monumental wall, f11, and that overhangs the typological column k104. It sits atop another larger stone, f67, with little or no binding material between. [Q302JW2.J]
F0066I01W909s148b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0066I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0066I04WX07s148b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0066I10Q426Part of monumental wall, f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0066I10WX07One of three limestone blocks that cap revetment wall f11. They were most probably added as part of the middle Mittani period westward expansion. [WX07JW.J]
F0066P01P901We removed this overhanging stone to safely excavate k104 along the north face of the monumental wall, f11. We attempted to fashion a rope restraint, but in doing so loosened the stone from the dirt matrix in which it and the stone directly below, f67, sit. [P901JW.J]
F0067A30WX07Large middle Mittani capstone in k101 that tops the EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0067A35Q420v27 [Q420JW1.J]
F0067B11P829A large block of limestone in the NW corner of k101 that forms part of the top of the monumental wall, f11, and that overhangs the typological column k104. Another large stone, f66, sits on top. The stone appears to be founded on soil, and may be a late addition or repair to f11, or a stone that tumbled down the terrace and landed on the wall. [Q302JW2.J]
F0067I01W909s148b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0067I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0067I04WX07s148b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0067I10Q426Part of monumental wall, f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0067I10WX07One of three limestone blocks that cap revetment wall f11. They were most probably added as part of the middle Mittani period westward expansion. [WX07JW.J]
F0067P01P901We removed this overhanging stone to safely excavate k104 along the north face of the monumental wall, f11. We attempted to fashion a rope restraint, but in doing so loosened the stone from the dirt matrix in which it and the stone directly above, f66, sit. [P901JW.J]
F0068A30WX07Large middle Mittani capstone in k101 that tops the EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0068A35Q420v27 [Q420JW1.J]
F0068B11P829A large block of limestone in the NW corner of k101 that forms part of the top of the monumental wall, f11, and that overhangs the typological column k104. The stone appears to be founded on soil, and may be a late addition or repair to f11, or a stone that tumbled down the terrace and landed on the wall. [Q302JW2.J]
F0068I01W909s148b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0068I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0068I04WX07s148b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0068I10Q426Part of monumental wall, f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0068I10WX07One of three limestone blocks that cap revetment wall f11. They were most probably added as part of the middle Mittani period westward expansion. [WX07JW.J]
F0068P01P901In order to safely excavate k104, we removed this stone because it overhangs the north face of the monumental wall, f11. [P901JW.J]
F0069A30WX07Thin horizontal bands of fill in k105 used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall. It sits in fill f70. [WX07JW1.J]
F0069A35Q420v39e [Q420JW1.J]
F0069B11P829Accumulation consisting of several bands of bakhia and deteriorated bricks along the southern edge of k104. [Q302JW2.J]
F0069I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0069I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0069I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0069I10Q426Material within fill f70. [Q426JW.J]
F0069I10WX07One of the many layers of fill that were placed behind the EDIII revetment wall f11 during its construction. [WX07JW.J]
F0069I11Q426Contains Late Chalcolithic sherds. [Q426JW.J]
F0069I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0070A30WX07Unexcavated thin section of fill which abuts the exposed N side of the EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0070A35Q420v39e [Q420JW1.J]
F0070B11P829A thin vertical section, about one meter wide, one meter high and less than 25cm thick of accumulation in the souteastern quadrant of k105. This thin "slice" of material abuts the monumental wall, f11, on its northeastern face and was left as a template to contrast with the bakhia-covered stones on the fully exposed northwestern face. [Q302JW2.J]
F0070I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0070I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0070I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0070I10Q426Contains elements of fills f57 and f59. [Q426JW.J]
F0070I10WX07One of the many layers of fill that were placed behind the EDIII revetment wall f11 during its construction. [WX07JW.J]
F0070I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0070O01P917v0046 [P918JW2.J]
F0071A30WX07One of a series of fills in k105 used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall. It is covered by fill f92. [WX07JW1.J]
F0071A35Q420v39a [Q420JW1.J]
F0071B11P829Lens of compacted ashy material with well defined boundaries, below f59 and above f73, and found in the SE quarter of k105. It is part of the construction fill behind monumental wall, f11. [Q302JW2.J]
F0071I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0071I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0071I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0071I10Q426Between packing f96 (top) and f73 (bottom). [Q426JW.J]
F0071I10WX07One of the many layers of fill that were placed behind the EDIII revetment wall f11 during its construction. [WX07JW.J]
F0071I11Q426Contains Late Chalcolithic sherds. [Q426JW.J]
F0071I11WX07Ceramics are Late Chalcolithic. [WX07JW.J]
F0071O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
F0072A30WX07Line of large stones in k12 which rest on accumulation f34 and are posssibly the western edge of middle Mittani apron f10. [WX07JW1.J]
F0072A35Q420v31 [Q420JW1.J]
F0072B11P829A north-south line of seven large limestone blocks along the western boundary of k12 atop compacted fill, f34. The northernmost stone had previously been designated f35 when it was the only stone showing. It is likely part of re-modeling in the Middle Mittani period which included the construction of the western part of the second apron, f10. [Q302JW2.J]
F0072I01W909s144-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0072I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0072I04WX07s144-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0072I10Q426Same elevation as apron, f10, but sitting in first post-abandonment accumulation, f33. [Q426JW.J]
F0072I10WX07A line of seven limestone blocks that sit in f33. Although physically separated from it they may mark the western edge of the second apron f10 [WX07JW.J]
F0072I12Q426May have been a late addition that better defined the western limit of apron, much of which seems to have washed over the top of wall f11 and now forms f39 and f40. [Q426JW.J]
F0072I99P911While in the process of taking test photographs, jW closely examined the section of the west baulk of this locus in the vicinity of where the line of stones, f72, was located. It clearly shows a grayish brown deposit, f34, capped in some places by bakhia and a horizontal course of bricks, sloping up from the top of the monumental wall, f11, north to the site of the BA temple. It is about one meter higher than the level of the first complete bakhia layer, f50, that we encountered. In light of the very early date (Late Chalcolithic III) for the sherds found in the accumulations comprising this ashy deposit, it is reasonable to presume that its top represents the level of the original terrace. Digging with the large pick, we failed to recognize the full impact of compacted fill, f34, during the excavations. Since the line of stones, f72, was atop this ashy deposit, we can date the placement of the stones to a period after the monumental wall, f11 was built. We cannot rule out the possibility that f72 was a late, second millennium modification to the wall, f11, and apron, f10, system. [P911JW.J]
F0073A30WX07One of a series of fills in k105 used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall. It is covered by fill f71. [WX07JW1.J]
F0073A35Q420v39a [Q420JW1.J]
F0073B11P829Lens of compacted ashy material with well defined boundaries, below f71 and above the southern part of f64, and found in the SE quarter of k105. It is part of the construction fill behind monumental wall, f11. [Q302JW2.J]
F0073I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0073I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0073I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0073I10Q426Under fill f71 and atopt fill f74. [Q426JW.J]
F0073I10WX07One of the many layers of fill that were placed behind the EDIII revetment wall f11 during its construction. [WX07JW.J]
F0073O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
F0074A30WX07One of a series of fills in k105 used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall. It is covered by fill f73. [WX07JW1.J]
F0074A35Q420v39a [Q420JW1.J]
F0074B11P829Lens of compacted ashy material with well defined boundaries, below the southern part of f64, and found in the SE quarter of k105. It is part of the construction fill behind monumental wall, f11. It marked the stopping point of excavations in this locus for the season. [Q302JW2.J]
F0074D03Q430421 (40850 48984 - 8882 / Relay location: NW corner) [Q430JW5R.J]
F0074D03Q430422 (40724 49022 - 8882 / Relay location: SE corner point 2) [Q430JW5R.J]
F0074I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0074I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0074I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0074I10Q426Under fills f73 and f93. [Q426JW.J]
F0074I10WX07One of the many layers of fill that were placed behind the EDIII revetment wall f11 during its construction. [WX07JW.J]
F0074I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. Items are ubiquitous obsidian tools and a figurine. [WX07JW.J]
F0074I12Q426Stop point of excavations in k105 for season MZ18. [Q426JW.J]
F0074O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
F0074O03Q212w0006 [Q212JW.J]
F0075A30WX07Arc of three stones that sit in middle Mittani accumulation f63. [WX07JW1.J]
F0075A35Q420v33 [Q420JW1.J]
F0075B11P829Isolated quadrant of circle of small stones located in the NW corner of k103. As excavation was proceeding very quickly and no evidence of use was dedected, it was removed. [Q302JW2.J]
F0075I01W909s144-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0075I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0075I04WX07s144-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0075I10Q426Sits in accumulation f63. [Q426JW.J]
F0075I10WX07Stone installation that sits in natural accumulation f63. [WX07JW.J]
F0076A21P906pv [P906JW.J]
F0076A30WX07Early Mittani pavement-like layer in k103 under accumulation f82. [WX07JW1.J]
F0076A35Q420v40d [Q420JW1.J]
F0076B11P829Surface in k103 composed of a concrete-like matrix of gravel, sand, and grey ashy soil to a depth exceeding 15 cm. It was difficult to remove, even with the jackhammer and contained copious amounts of pottery compared to the layer above, f63. It marks the end point of excavations in this locus for the season. [Q302JW2.J]
F0076H99P906It was the impression of jW that this pavement was intentionally laid over a wide area for a purpose as yet to be determined. No gravel and little sand has been encountered in other accumulations, layers, and pavements in other loci or elevations in unit J3. [P906JW.J]
F0076I01W909s160c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0076I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0076I04WX07s160c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0076I10Q426Under accumulation f63. [Q426JW.J]
F0076I10WX07Pavement-like layer that is covered by accumulation f81. [WX07JW.J]
F0076I11Q426Contains large quantity of Mittani sherds. [Q426JW.J]
F0076I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Items included ubiquitous figurines, stone tools, and a seal impression. The iconography has not been analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0076I12Q426Highest (latest in time) man made Mittani level in locus k103. Stop point in k103 for season MZ18. [Q426JW.J]
F0076I99P906A preliminary examination of the pottery in the field by jW indicated that identifiable sherds were from the Mitanni period. [P906JW.J]
F0076O01P915v0040 [P918JW2.J]
F0076O01P915v0040d [P918JW2.J]
F0076O03Q212w0003 [Q212JW.J]
F0076O03Q212w0004 [Q212JW.J]
F0077A30WX07Large stone in k103 that sits in early Mittani pavement layer f76. [WX07JW1.J]
F0077A35Q420v40d [Q420JW1.J]
F0077B11P829Very large stone in the far NW corner of k103. It is at the same elevation as the concrete pavement, f76. At the stop point of the excavation, only the top is visible and we cannot yet determine how it is founded. [Q302JW2.J]
F0077I01W909s160c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0077I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0077I04WX07s160c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0077I10Q426Sits in f76. [Q426JW.J]
F0077I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f76. [WX07JW.J]
F0077I12Q426Flat orientation suggests placement. [Q426JW.J]
F0077O01P915v0040 [P918JW2.J]
F0077O01P915v0040d [P918JW2.J]
F0077O03Q212w0003 [Q212JW.J]
F0078A30WX07Large stone in k12 that sits in early Mittani accumulation f38. [WX07JW1.J]
F0078A35Q420v34 [Q420JW1.J]
F0078B11P829The northernmost of two large limestone blocks underneath the southernmost two of a higher line of seven stones, f72, located along the western edge of k12. These blocks were sitting in packed fill, f38, near to but not in contact with the monumental wall, f11, which forms the outer perimeter of the BA temple mound. This indicates that they were either associated with the construction of the temple mound, or were put there to repair some sort of damage. [Q302JW2.J]
F0078I01W909s160c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0078I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0078I04WX07s160c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0078I10Q426Under stone installation f72. [Q426JW.J]
F0078I10WX07Stone block that sits in accumulation f38. [WX07JW.J]
F0078I12Q426May be attempt to stabilize temple mound behind monumental wall, f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0079A30WX07Large stone in k12 that sits in early Mittani accumulation f38. [WX07JW1.J]
F0079A35Q420v34 [Q420JW1.J]
F0079B11P829The southernmost of two large limestone blocks underneath the southernmost two of a higher line of seven stones, f72, located along the western edge of k12. These blocks were sitting in packed fill, f38, near to but not in contact with the monumental wall, f11, which forms the outer perimeter of the BA temple mound. This indicates that they were either associated with the construction of the temple mound, or were put there to repair some sort of damage. [Q302JW2.J]
F0079I01W909s160c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0079I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0079I04WX07s160c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0079I10Q426Under stone installation f72. [Q426JW.J]
F0079I10WX07Stone block that sits in accumulation f38. [WX07JW.J]
F0079I12Q426May be attempt to stabilize temple mound behind monumental wall, f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0080A30WX07Vertical baqaya plaster coating in k105 applied to the inside surface of EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0080A35Q420v46b [Q420JW1.J]
F0080B11P829Vertical layer of bakhia packed and plastered between stones of the f11 wall, in k104/105, probably for the purpose of sealing the wall and regulating the passage of moisture from the packing behind to the front surface. [Q302JW2.J]
F0080F02P908<5si q0144 [P918JW1.J]
F0080I01W909s650d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0080I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0080I04WX07s650d-J3D [WX07JW.J]
F0080I10Q426Bonded to monumental wall f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0080I10WX07Baqaya plaster vertical surface bonded to the EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW.J]
F0080I12Q426Water permiable plaster applied to back of wall just after the stones were laid. [Q426JW.J]
F0080O01P915v0039g [P918JW2.J]
F0080O01P917v0046 [P918JW2.J]
F0080O01P917v0046a [P918JW2.J]
F0080O01P917v0046b [P918JW2.J]
F0081A21P915a [P918JW3.J]
F0081A30WX07Early Mittani natural accumulation in k103 under accumulation f63. [WX07JW1.J]
F0081A35Q420v40b [Q420JW1.J]
F0081B11P829Accumulation below f63 and above f82 seen only in N and E sections of k103. [Q302JW2.J]
F0081D01P915k103 [P918JW3.J]
F0081D06P9158987 @bottom [P918JW3.J]
F0081D06P9159007 @top [P918JW3.J]
F0081I01W909s160b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0081I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0081I04WX07s160b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0081I10Q426Excavated as a part of accumulation f63. [Q426JW.J]
F0081I10WX07Layer of accumulation below accumulation 56 and above accumulation f82. [WX07JW.J]
F0081I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0081I12Q426Seen only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0081K05P915light gray [P918JW3.J]
F0081K06P91510YR7/2 [P918JW3.J]
F0081O01P915v0040 [P918JW2.J]
F0081O03Q212w0003 [Q212JW.J]
F0081O03Q212w0004 [Q212JW.J]
F0082A21P915a [P918JW3.J]
F0082A30WX07Early Mittani natural accumulation in k103 under accumulation f81. [WX07JW1.J]
F0082A35Q420v40b [Q420JW1.J]
F0082B11P829Accumulation below f81 and above f76 seen only in N and E sections of k103. [Q302JW2.J]
F0082D01P915k103 [P918JW3.J]
F0082D06P9158969 @bottom [P918JW3.J]
F0082D06P9158987 @top [P918JW3.J]
F0082I01W909s160b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0082I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0082I04WX07s160b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0082I10Q426Excavated as a part of accumulation f63. [Q426JW.J]
F0082I10WX07Layer of accumulation below accumulation 81 and above pavement f76. [WX07JW.J]
F0082I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0082I12Q426Seen only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0082K05P915light gray [P918JW3.J]
F0082K06P91510YR7/1 [P918JW3.J]
F0082O01P915v0040 [P918JW2.J]
F0082O03Q212w0003 [Q212JW.J]
F0082O03Q212w0004 [Q212JW.J]
F0083A21P915packing [P918JW3.J]
F0083A30WX07Layer of baqaya sloping from N to S in k12 under middle Mittani accumulation f33. [WX07JW1.J]
F0083A35Q420v35a [Q420JW1.J]
F0083B11P829Layer seen in only in west section of k12, abutting f84 and overlaying f34. It is highly probable that this is a remnant of a layer of bakhia which formed the surface of the monumental mound that extended from boundary wall, f11, at the bottom to the BA temple at the top. [Q302JW2.J]
F0083D01P915k12 [P918JW3.J]
F0083D06P9159110 @bottom [P918JW3.J]
F0083D06P9159133 @top [P918JW3.J]
F0083I01W909s160a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0083I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0083I04WX07s160a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0083I10Q426Packing covering compacted fill f34 [Q426JW.J]
F0083I10WX07Layer of baqaya under accumulation f33 to the west of the possible west terminus f72 of apron f10. [WX07JW.J]
F0083I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0083I12Q426Probably formed the top of the temple mound as constructed in Early Dynastic Period and lasted through at least part of the Mittani Period. [Q426JW.J]
F0083K05P915light reddish brown [P918JW3.J]
F0083K06P9155YR6/4 [P918JW3.J]
F0083O01P913v0035 [P918JW2.J]
F0083O01P913v0035a [P918JW2.J]
F0083O01P913v0035b [P918JW2.J]
F0084A21P915bk [P918JW3.J]
F0084A30WX07Horizontal layer of bricks in k12 under middle Mittani accumulation f33 and to the south of layer f83. [WX07JW1.J]
F0084A35Q420v35a [Q420JW1.J]
F0084B11P829Several courses of bricks abutting f63 and overlaying f34, seen only in the west section of k12. These bricks would have formed a flat step or terrace in an otherwise sloping temple mound. [Q302JW2.J]
F0084D01P915k12 [P918JW3.J]
F0084D06P9159080 @bottom [P918JW3.J]
F0084D06P9159102 @top [P918JW3.J]
F0084I01W909s160a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0084I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0084I04WX07s160a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0084I10Q426Layer of bricks abutting packing f83 and atop compacted fill f34 [Q426JW.J]
F0084I10WX07A single course of horizontal bricks under accumulation f33 to the west of the possible west terminus f72 of apron f10. [WX07JW.J]
F0084I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0084I12Q426Probably formed the top of the temple mound as constructed in Early Dynastic Period and lasted through at least part of the Mittani Period. [Q426JW.J]
F0084K05P915light brown [P918JW3.J]
F0084K06P9157.5YR6/4 [P918JW3.J]
F0084O01P913v0035 [P918JW2.J]
F0084O01P913v0035a [P918JW2.J]
F0084O01P913v0035b [P918JW2.J]
F0085A21P917st [P918JW3.J]
F0085A30WX07Large stone in k101 that was part of the late Mittani cluster of stones f39. [WX07JW1.J]
F0085A35Q420v45a [Q420JW1.J]
F0085B11P829The easternmost limestone block originally forming part of a cluster of stones, f39, whose other components, f48 and smaller pieces, were removed earlier. [Q302JW2.J]
F0085D01P917k101 [P918JW3.J]
F0085D06P9178990 @bottom [P918JW3.J]
F0085D06P9179017 @top [P918JW3.J]
F0085I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0085I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0085I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0085I10Q426Part of stone-soil mass, f39. [Q426JW.J]
F0085I10WX07Large stone that was a constituent of stone cluster f39. [WX07JW.J]
F0085K03P917li [P918JW3.J]
F0085O01P820v0015 [P823GM5.J]
F0085O01P820v0015a [P823GM5.J]
F0085O01P915v0041a [P918JW2.J]
F0085O01P917v0044 [P918JW2.J]
F0085O01P917v0045 [P918JW2.J]
F0085O01P917v0045a [P918JW2.J]
F0086A21P917ad [P918JW3.J]
F0086A30WX07Natural late Mittani accumulation in k101 below and a part of sub-divided late Mittani accumulation f13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0086A35Q420v43 [Q420JW1.J]
F0086B11P829Natural accumulation in k101 below accumulation f13, but seen only in section. [Q302JW2.J]
F0086D01P917k101 [P918JW3.J]
F0086D06P9179058 @bottom [P918JW3.J]
F0086D06P9179099 @top [P918JW3.J]
F0086I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0086I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0086I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0086I10Q426Under accumulation f13 but excavated as a part of it. [Q426JW.J]
F0086I10WX07Accumulation under accumulation f13 and atop accumulation f87. [WX07JW.J]
F0086I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0086I12Q426Seen only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0086K05P917light brownish gray [P918JW3.J]
F0086K06P91710YR6/2 [P918JW3.J]
F0086O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
F0086O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
F0087A21P917ad [P918JW3.J]
F0087A30WX07Natural late Mittani accumulation in k101 below f87 but a part of sub-divided late Mittani accumulation f13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0087A35Q420v43 [Q420JW1.J]
F0087B11P829Natural accumulation in k101 below accumulation f86, and atop accumulation f30 but seen only in section. [Q302JW2.J]
F0087D01P917k101 [P918JW3.J]
F0087D06P9179031 @bottom [P918JW3.J]
F0087D06P9179058 @top [P918JW3.J]
F0087I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0087I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0087I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0087I10Q426Under accumulation f13 but excavated as a part of it. [Q426JW.J]
F0087I10WX07Accumulation under accumulation f86 and atop accumulation f30. [WX07JW.J]
F0087I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0087I12Q426Seen only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0087K05P917very pale brown [P918JW3.J]
F0087K06P91710YR7/3 [P918JW3.J]
F0087O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
F0087O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
F0088A21P917bk [P918JW3.J]
F0088A30WX07Layer of burned material in k101 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f86. [WX07JW1.J]
F0088A35Q420v43 [Q420JW1.J]
F0088B11P829A small lens of deteriorated burned brick that abuts the stones of wall, f11, in k101. Seen only in section. [Q302JW2.J]
F0088D01P917k101 [P918JW3.J]
F0088D06P9179067 @bottom [P918JW3.J]
F0088D06P9179081 @top [P918JW3.J]
F0088I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0088I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0088I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0088I10Q426Under accumulation f13 but excavated as a part of it. [Q426JW.J]
F0088I10WX07Wedge of soil that abuts revetment wall f11 and sits in f86. [WX07JW.J]
F0088I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0088I12Q426Seen only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0088K05P917grayish brown [P918JW3.J]
F0088K06P91710YR5/2 [P918JW3.J]
F0088O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
F0088O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
F0089A30WX07Two horizontal bands of fill in k105 that sit in EDIII fill f331 behind revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0089A35Q420v39a [Q420JW1.J]
F0089B11P829Two parallel thin layers of bakhia seen only in the east section of k102 after excavation was completed. The layers rise to the south, which is contrary to the general slope of the temple mound and other layers of bakhia in this locus. [Q302JW2.J]
F0089I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0089I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0089I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0089I10Q426Sits in fill, f57. [Q426JW.J]
F0089I10WX07Bands of fill that sit in fill f331 that formed the foundation for baqaya glacis f50. [WX07JW.J]
F0089I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0089I12Q426Seen only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0089O01P827v0019a [P904GM5.J]
F0090A30WX07Early Mittani natural accumulation in k12 under accumulation f38 and atop EDIII glacis f50. [WX07JW1.J]
F0090A35Q420v35 [Q420JW1.J]
F0090B11P829Layer of compacted soil between compacted fill, f38, and the highest extant surface of bakhia, f50, in the western section of k12. Not differentiated from f38 during excavation, it has the same stratigraphic position as compacted fill, f42, in the eastern half of the locus, but differs in texture and color, being ashy brown. [Q302JW2.J]
F0090I01W909s180-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0090I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0090I04WX07s180-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0090I10Q426Under fill f38 and atop packing f50. [Q426JW.J]
F0090I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f38. The first accumulation atop EDIII glacis f50. Equal to accumulation f42. [WX07JW.J]
F0090I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0090I12Q426Seen only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0090O01P913v0035 [P918JW2.J]
F0090O01P913v0035a [P918JW2.J]
F0090O01UX04v0186 [V205JW.J]
F0091A30WX07Large stone in k101 that was part of the late Mittani cluster of stones f39. [WX07JW1.J]
F0091A35Q420v45a [Q420JW1.J]
F0091B11P829The central limestone block originally forming part of a cluster of stones, f39, whose other components, f48 and smaller pieces, were removed earlier. [Q302JW2.J]
F0091I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0091I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0091I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0091I10Q426Part of stone-soil mass, f39. [Q426JW.J]
F0091I10WX07Large stone that was a constituent of stone cluster f39. [WX07JW.J]
F0091O01P820v0015 [P823GM5.J]
F0091O01P820v0015a [P823GM5.J]
F0091O01P915v0041a [P918JW2.J]
F0091O01P917v0044 [P918JW2.J]
F0091O01P917v0045 [P918JW2.J]
F0091O01P917v0045a [P918JW2.J]
F0092A30WX07One of a series of fills in k105 used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall f11. It is covered by fill f331. [WX07JW1.J]
F0092A35Q420v19a [Q420JW1.J]
F0092B11P829A wedge of compacted fill above a sealing layer of bakhia, f58, seen only in section in the SE corner of k104. It was excavated as a part of fill, f57. Its purpose is not known, although it could have been part of a project to increase the level of the temple mound to match a corresponding increase in the height of monumental wall, f11. [Q302JW2.J]
F0092I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0092I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0092I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0092I10Q426Above packing, f58, and below fill, f57. [Q426JW.J]
F0092I10WX07Fill beneath fill f311. [WX07JW.J]
F0092I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0092I12Q426Seen only in section. May just be part of fill, f57. [Q426JW.J]
F0092O01P827v0019a [P904GM5.J]
F0093A30WX07Thin horizontal band of fill in k105 used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall. It sits in fill f70. [WX07JW1.J]
F0093A35S306w6 [S306JW.J]
F0093I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0093I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0093I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0093I10Q426Compacted fill below fill, f95, and above fill, f74. [Q426JW.J]
F0093I10WX07Horizontal band of fill that sits in fill f70. [WX07JW.J]
F0093I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0093I12Q426Seen only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0093O03Q212w0006 [Q212JW.J]
F0094A30WX07Small wedge of ashy fill in k105 that abuts the north face of the EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0094A35S306v46 [S306JW.J]
F0094I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0094I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0094I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0094I10Q426Compacted fill abutting monumental wall, f11. [Q426JW.J]
F0094I10WX07Lens of ashy fill that abuts EDIII revetment wall f11. [WX07JW.J]
F0094I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0094I12Q426Differentiated only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0094O01P917v0046 [P918JW2.J]
F0094O01P917v0046a [P918JW2.J]
F0095A30WX07Fill in k105 used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall f11. It is below lens f64. [WX07JW1.J]
F0095A35S306w6 [S306JW.J]
F0095I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0095I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0095I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0095I10Q426Compacted fill below fill, f64, and above fill, f93. [Q426JW.J]
F0095I10WX07Fill beneath lens f64. [WX07JW.J]
F0095I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0095I12Q426Seen only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0095O03Q212w0006 [Q212JW.J]
F0096A30WX07Fill in k105 used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall f11. It is between fills f92 and f71. [WX07JW1.J]
F0096A35S306v39a [S306JW.J]
F0096I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0096I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0096I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0096I10Q426Layer of packing below compacted fill, f59, and above compacted fill, f71. [Q426JW.J]
F0096I10WX07Fill beneath fill f92 and atop fill f71. [WX07JW.J]
F0096I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered because this feature was only seen in section after excavation. [WX07JW.J]
F0096I12Q426Seen clearly only in section. [Q426JW.J]
F0096O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
F0097A01S211f0001 [S211JW.J]
F0097A01S211f0133 [S211JW.J]
F0097A21QX06ts [QX06EI.J]
F0097A30WX07Topsoil in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0097A35R403v49 [R403JW.J]
F0097B11QX09Topsoil in the excavated area of k13 has abundant small roots throughout, several large roots, and small rocks within, mostly pm the prder pf 1-10cm in diameter; when picked ts comes up in clumps, but is fine and dusty when it crumbles in-hand. A water berm ran E-W across the square. The locus was initially covered by weeds. Excavation followed the slope of the topsoil, not a level surface. [QX09JW.J]
F0097D01QX06k13 [QX06EI.J]
F0097D06QX069345 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0097D06QX069371 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0097F02QX04>0co f0100 [QX04JW1.J]
F0097I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0097I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0097I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0097I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0097K05QX06very pale brown [QX06EI.J]
F0097K06QX0610YR 7/4 [QX06EI.J]
F0097K07QX064.5+ [QX06EI.J]
F0097K08QX06crumbly [QX06EI.J]
F0097O03R520w0012 [R520JW.J]
F0097O03R525w0013 [R525JW.J]
F0097O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0097P02QX06Q812 [QX06EI.J]
F0098A01S310f0203 [S310JW1.J]
F0098A30WX07Late post-abandonment natural accumulation in k21 under accumulation f129. [WX07JW1.J]
F0098A35R403v53 [R403JW.J]
F0098B11QX09First accumulation in k21, a locus previously partially excavated in MZ 17 as part of unit J2. The soil is fine-grained and powder-like, suggesting that it was primarily loess deposited as a result of wind. [QX09JW.J]
F0098F02QX04<0co f0129 [QX04JW1.J]
F0098F02QX04<5si f0099 [QX04JW1.J]
F0098F02QX04<5si f0102 [QX04JW1.J]
F0098F02QX04>0co f0103 [QX04JW1.J]
F0098I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0098I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0098I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0098I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f129. [WX07JW.J]
F0098I11WX07Ceramics were mixed from Middle Assyrian to Ninevite 5. [WX07JW.J]
F0098O03R520w0011 [R520JW.J]
F0098O03R525w0017 [R525JW.J]
F0098O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0099A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in late post-abandonment accumulation f98 in k21. [WX07JW1.J]
F0099A35R403v47 [R403JW.J]
F0099B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11 in k21. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0099F02QX04>5si f0098 [QX04JW1.J]
F0099I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0099I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0099I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0099I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f98. [WX07JW.J]
F0099O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0100A01S212f0002 [S212JW4.J]
F0100A01S212f0140 [S212JW4.J]
F0100A30WX07Highest natural accumulation under topsoil f97 in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0100A35R403v49 [R403JW.J]
F0100B11QX09This is a natural accumulation under the topsoil in k13. The material is clay with fine dust and other small, sandy components. The accumulation is sticky when wet. Larger roots extended into it from the topsoil above, f97. Exposed a soil and rock conglomerate, f101, within this feature. [QX09JW.J]
F0100F02QX04<0co f0097 [QX04JW1.J]
F0100F02QX04>0co f0104 [QX04JW1.J]
F0100I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0100I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0100I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0100I10WX07Layer of accumulation beneath topsoil f97. [WX07JW.J]
F0100I11WX07Ceramics were mixed from Middle Assyrian to Khabur. Items were stone tool fragments. [WX07JW.J]
F0100O03R520w0012 [R520JW.J]
F0100O03R525w0013 [R525JW.J]
F0100O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0101A30WX07A conglomeration of pebbles that sits in accumulation f100 in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0101A35R403v49 [R403JW.J]
F0101B11QX09A conglomerate of fist-sized pebbles and laminated soil which sits in natural accumulation f104. It is difficult to say whether it is a natural deposit or was placed relatively recently by transients. [QX09JW.J]
F0101F02QX04>5si f0104 [QX04JW1.J]
F0101I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0101I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0101I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0101I10WX07Lens of pebbles that sits in accumulation f100. [WX07JW.J]
F0101I11WX07One obsidian fragment recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0101O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0101O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0102A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in post-abandonment accumulation f98 in k21. [WX07JW1.J]
F0102A35R403v48 [R403JW.J]
F0102B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11 in k21. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0102F02QX04>5si f0098 [QX04JW1.J]
F0102I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0102I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0102I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0102I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f98. [WX07JW.J]
F0102O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0103A01S310f0213 [S310JW1.J]
F0103A30WX07Natural abandonment accumulation in k21 under accumulation f98 [WX07JW1.J]
F0103A35R403v53 [R403JW.J]
F0103B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation, f98, in k21. Compared to f98, it is much harder and comes off the pick in chunks, possibly indicating that standing water played a part in its deposition. [QX09JW.J]
F0103D03R3142584 (40668 48703 - 9121 / Relay location: NE corner) [R314JW1R.J]
F0103D03R3142585 (40791 48309 - 9115 / Relay location: NW corner) [R314JW1R.J]
F0103F02QX04<0co f0098 [QX04JW1.J]
F0103F02QX04<5si f0134 [QX04JW1.J]
F0103F02QX04<5si f0135 [QX04JW1.J]
F0103F02QX04>0co f0139 [QX04JW1.J]
F0103I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0103I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0103I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0103I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f98. [WX07JW.J]
F0103I11WX07Ceramics analysis showed mixed phases including Middle Assyrian, Mittani, Khabur, and Ninevite V. Items were stone tools. [WX07JW.J]
F0103O03R520w0011 [R520JW.J]
F0103O03R525w0017 [R525JW.J]
F0103O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0103O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0104A30WX07Natural accumulation in k13 beneath accumulation f100. [WX07JW1.J]
F0104A35R403v49 [R403JW.J]
F0104B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation, f100, in k13. Compared to f100, it is much harder and comes off the pick in chunks which reduce to a fine powder when crushed, possibly indicating that water played a part in its deposition. [QX09JW.J]
F0104F02QX04<0co f0100 [QX04JW1.J]
F0104F02QX04<5si f0101 [QX04JW1.J]
F0104F02QX04>0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0104I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0104I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0104I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0104I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f100. [WX07JW.J]
F0104I11WX07Ceramics were not fully analyzed. The sole item was a stone tool fragment. [WX07JW.J]
F0104O03R520w0012 [R520JW.J]
F0104O03R525w0013 [R525JW.J]
F0104O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0104O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0105A01S211f0001 [S211JW.J]
F0105A01S211f0126 [S211JW.J]
F0105A01S211f0162 [S211JW.J]
F0105A01S211f0172 [S211JW.J]
F0105A30WX07Topsoil in the southern half of k22. [WX07JW1.J]
F0105A35R403v74 [R403JW.J]
F0105B11QX09Topsoil in the south half of k22. Like much of the surface of the tell,it was covered with dried shrubs and had a hard crust filled with roots and nodules. It came off the pick in blocks of material and had a distinct darker brown color than the typical soil under the surface. [QX09JW.J]
F0105F02QX04>0co f0106 [QX04JW1.J]
F0105I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0105I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0105I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0105I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0105O03R525w0015 [R525JW.J]
F0105O03R525w0021 [R525JW.J]
F0105O03R525w0022 [R525JW.J]
F0105O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0106A01S212f0129 [S212JW4.J]
F0106A01S212f0174 [S212JW4.J]
F0106A30WX07Highest natural accumulation in k22 under topsoil k105. [WX07JW1.J]
F0106A35R403v74 [R403JW.J]
F0106B11QX09First natural accumulation in the south half of k22 under the topsoil, f105. It had a number of large roots from surface shrubs and contained pockets of small stones and pebbles. [QX09JW.J]
F0106D03R2282561 (41349 48544 - 9262 / Relay location: SE corner) [R228JW-R.J]
F0106F02QX04<0co f0105 [QX04JW1.J]
F0106F02QX04>0co f0108 [QX04JW1.J]
F0106I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0106I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0106I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0106I10WX07Layer of accumulation below topsoil f105. [WX07JW.J]
F0106I11WX07Ceramics analysis showed mixed phases from EDIII to Middle Assyrian. [WX07JW.J]
F0106O03R525w0015 [R525JW.J]
F0106O03R525w0021 [R525JW.J]
F0106O03R525w0022 [R525JW.J]
F0106O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0106O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0107A30WX07Natural abandonment accumulation in k13 under accumulation f104. [WX07JW1.J]
F0107A35R403v63 [R403JW.J]
F0107B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumlation, f104, in k13. Its consistency is finer than f104, indicating a greater componet of loess in its formation. It still follows the general slope of the baqaya glacis immediately to the south. The stones of installation a4 sit in this accumulation. [QX09JW.J]
F0107F02Q814<5si q0156 [QX02JW.J]
F0107F02QX04<0co f0104 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04<5si f0110 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0112 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0114 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0116 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0117 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0130 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0131 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0132 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0205 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0206 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0207 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0208 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107F02QX04>0co f0209 [QX04JW1.J]
F0107I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0107I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0107I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0107I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f104. [WX07JW.J]
F0107I11WX07Ceramics were not fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0107O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
F0107O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
F0107O03R520w0012 [R520JW.J]
F0107O03R525w0013 [R525JW.J]
F0107O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0108A30WX07Natural abandonment accumulation in k22 under accumulation f106. [WX07JW1.J]
F0108A35R403v74 [R403JW.J]
F0108B11QX09Second natural accumulation in the south half of k22 under natural accumulation f106. It was brown, soft and crumbly, showing less influence from water and more evidence that it was formed by loess carried in by the wind. [QX09JW.J]
F0108F02QX04<0co f0106 [QX04JW1.J]
F0108F02QX04>0co f0113 [QX04JW1.J]
F0108I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0108I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0108I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0108I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f106. [WX07JW.J]
F0108I11WX07Ceramics were not fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0108O01R707v0160 [RX31JW.J]
F0108O01R707v0160b [RX31JW.J]
F0108O03R525w0015 [R525JW.J]
F0108O03R525w0021 [R525JW.J]
F0108O03R525w0022 [R525JW.J]
F0108O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0109A01S202f0050 [S202JW.J]
F0109A01S212f0140 [S212JW4.J]
F0109A01S212f0174 [S212JW4.J]
F0109A30WX07Layer of baqaya that forms the glacis of the temple mound and that protects the revetment wall f11 from erosion. [WX07JW1.J]
F0109A35R403v52 [R403JW.J]
F0109B11QX09A thick surface of baqaya sloping sharply down the surface of the temple mound from the BA temple to the north to the revetment wall to the south in k13. It links with an identical surface, f50, discovered to the south in k12 in season MZ18. It formed the original surface of the mound when it was constructed and undoubtedly facilitated the runoff of water during periods of rain. Baqaya, the local virgin soil, has the property of percolating slowly any water which sits on its surface. [QX09JW.J]
F0109C01U913After thoroughly cleaning the surrounding area, we removed the portion of the baqaya surface which formed the top of k110. Few sherds were recovered. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109C03U913For the following reasons we determined that the baqaya surface, f109, provided an excellent seal to the material below it:
It was contiguous over the entire locus;
It was at least 5cm thick everywhere; When picked it came off in sheets and chunks;
It was extremely hard. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109D06U9139211 (SE corner) [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109D06U9139215 (SW corner) [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109D06U9139244 (W middle) [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109D06U9139244 (locus center) [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109D06U9139247 (E middle) [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109D06U9139294 (NE corner) [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109D06U9139301 (NW corner) [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109D99U913Took seven elevations with the level to accurately determine the slope. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109F02QX04<0co f0120 [QX04JW1.J]
F0109F02QX04<1ov f0111 [QX04JW1.J]
F0109F02QX04<1ov f0116 [QX04JW1.J]
F0109F02QX04<1ov f0152 [QX04JW1.J]
F0109F02QX04<1ov f0192 [QX04JW1.J]
F0109F02QX04<1ov f0209 [QX04JW1.J]
F0109F02QX04<1ov f0215 [QX04JW1.J]
F0109F02QX04<2cu f0128 [QX04JW1.J]
F0109F02U913<5si q0409 [UX05JW2.J]
F0109F02U916<5si q0416 [UX05JW2.J]
F0109F02W414>0co f0346 [W414JW.J]
F0109I01W909s650a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0109I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0109I04WX07s650a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0109I10WX07Baqaya layer sloping down from north to south that forms the glacis that meets the top of the EDIII revetment wall. It is the northward extension of f50. [WX07JW.J]
F0109I11WX07Only a small segment of this feature was excavated, yielding a small number of sherds which have not been fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0109I80U913A preliminary analysis of the ceramics by mKB, dated this feature to the LC3 period. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0109O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
F0109O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
F0109O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
F0109O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
F0109O01R707v0164 [RX31JW.J]
F0109O01R707v0164a [RX31JW.J]
F0109O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
F0109O01R730v0166c [R730JW.J]
F0109O01R730v0166f [R730JW.J]
F0109O01U913v0168 [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U913v0168a [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U913v0168b [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U913v0169 [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U913v0169a [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U913v0169b [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U913v0170 [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U913v0170a [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U913v0171 [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U915v0172c [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U915v0172d [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U915v0172e [V205JW.J]
F0109O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
F0109O01UX04v0192 [V205JW.J]
F0109O01UX04v0192a [V205JW.J]
F0109O01UX04v0193 [V205JW.J]
F0109O01UX04v0193a [V205JW.J]
F0109O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0109O03R520w0012 [R520JW.J]
F0109O03R525w0013 [R525JW.J]
F0109O08R321p0034 [R321JW3.J]
F0109O08R329p0039 [R329JW.J]
F0109Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
F0110A30WX07Displaced stone, possibly belonging to installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107 in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0110A35R403v51 [R403JW.J]
F0110B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11 in k21. We originally assumed that this stone was one of many that had been displaced from its original location as part of a deteriorating installation higher on the mound and rolled down the mound and to its current location during heavy rains. However when its position was plotted and compared to others being found to the south, it was clear that it was part of a system of intersecting lines of stones (aggregate 7) that formed an installation in conjunction with a tannur and floor surfaces. [QX09JW.J]
F0110F02QX04>5si f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0110I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0110I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0110I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0110I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f107. [WX07JW.J]
F0110O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0110O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0111A30WX07First layer of accumulation in k13 to cover EDIII glacis f109. [WX07JW1.J]
F0111A35R403v52 [R403JW.J]
F0111B11QX09This 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. [QX09JW.J]
F0111C99Q827This 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. [Q827JW.J]
F0111F02QX04>1ov f0109 [QX04JW1.J]
F0111I01W909s180-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0111I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0111I04WX07s180-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0111I10WX07First layer of accumulation (lens) deposited on the EDIII glacis f109. [WX07JW.J]
F0111I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0111I99Q827This feature is an extension to the east of the mud glacis, f152, found in k23. [Q827JW.J]
F0111O03R520w0012 [R520JW.J]
F0112A01S310f0208 [S310JW1.J]
F0112A30WX07Component stone of installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107 in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0112A35R403v72 [R403JW.J]
F0112B11QX09One of 5 large limestone blocks at approximately the same elevation in the south baulk of k13. They form an E-W line, a4, that may have served as a wall foundation or rough windbreak. [QX09JW.J]
F0112F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0112I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0112I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0112I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0112I10WX07Large stone that was a constituent of aggregate a7. [WX07JW.J]
F0112O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0112O08R321p0020 [R321JW3.J]
F0113A30WX07Natural accumulation in k22 under accumulation f108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0113A35R403v74 [R403JW.J]
F0113B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation f108 in the southern part of k22. Compared to f108, it is compact and hard, indicating the strong influence of water in its formation. [QX09JW.J]
F0113F02QX04<0co f0108 [QX04JW1.J]
F0113F02QX04>0co f0118 [QX04JW1.J]
F0113I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0113I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0113I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0113I10WX07Natural accumulation under accumulation f108. [WX07JW.J]
F0113I11WX07Ceramics were not fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0113O03R525w0021 [R525JW.J]
F0113O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0114A30WX07Natural accumulation in k13 under accumulation f107. [WX07JW1.J]
F0114A35R403v63 [R403JW.J]
F0114B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation f107 in k13. It is somewhat harder than f107, indicating a combination of wind and water in soil formation. [QX09JW.J]
F0114F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0114F02QX04>1ov f0121 [QX04JW1.J]
F0114I01W909s160b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0114I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0114I04WX07s160b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0114I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f107 and above natural accumulation f121. [WX07JW.J]
F0114I11WX07Ceramics were mixed from primarily Late Chalcolithic to a few later ones including Ninevite V and Middle Assyrian. Lone item was a shell fragment. [WX07JW.J]
F0114O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0115A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f118 in k22. [WX07JW1.J]
F0115A35R403v60 [R403JW.J]
F0115B11QX09A large limestone block that sits in natural accumulation f118 in the southern half of k22. One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0115F02QX04>5si f0118 [QX04JW1.J]
F0115I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0115I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0115I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0115I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f118. [WX07JW.J]
F0115O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0116A01S310f0209 [S310JW1.J]
F0116A30WX07Natural accumulation in k13 under accumulation f114 and atop EDIII glacis f109. [WX07JW1.J]
F0116A35R403v52 [R403JW.J]
F0116B11QX09This feature, consisting of what turned out to be multiple layers of accumulation, ran N-S along the E baulk of k13. It was dug as a narrow exploratory trench in order to trace the layer of baqaya found along the N baulk and to determine the stratigraphic sequence of any accumulations that overlaid it. We found that f116 was a mix of material from accumulations f114, f121 and f120, each of which was distinctive, but thin. [QX09JW.J]
F0116F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0116F02QX04>1ov f0109 [QX04JW1.J]
F0116I01W909s180-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0116I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0116I04WX07s180-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0116I10WX07Several layers of natural accumulation that rest on the EDIII glacis f109 that were not immediately excavated so that aggregate a7 above it could be photographed. [WX07JW.J]
F0116I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0116O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0117A01S310f0206 [S310JW1.J]
F0117A30WX07Component stone of installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107 in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0117A35R403v72 [R403JW.J]
F0117B11QX09One of 5 large limestone blocks at approximately the same elevation in the south baulk of k13. They form an E-W line, a4, that may have served as a wall foundation or rough windbreak. [QX09JW.J]
F0117F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0117I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0117I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0117I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0117I10WX07Large stone that was a constituent of aggregate a7. [WX07JW.J]
F0117O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0117O08R321p0020 [R321JW3.J]
F0117O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0118A30WX07Natural accumulation in k22 under accumulation f113. [WX07JW1.J]
F0118A35R403v74 [R403JW.J]
F0118B11QX09It coverd the south half of k22, it was very hard and lamination with small pieces of sherds and stones, the workmen worked with the big pick to remover it. [QX09JW.J]
F0118F02QX04<0co f0113 [QX04JW1.J]
F0118F02QX04<5si f0115 [QX04JW1.J]
F0118F02QX04>0co f0119 [QX04JW1.J]
F0118I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0118I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0118I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0118I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f113 and above natural accumulation f119. [WX07JW.J]
F0118I11WX07Ceramics were not fully analyzed. Items consisted of a ubiquitous shell and a ubiquitous clay wheel. [WX07JW.J]
F0118O03R525w0021 [R525JW.J]
F0118O03R525w0022 [R525JW.J]
F0118O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0119A30WX07Natural accumulation in k22 under accumulation f118 and atop Mittani glacis f123. [WX07JW1.J]
F0119A35R403v74 [R403JW.J]
F0119B11QX09It looks like melted brick under f118 which were softer and a little bit wet, with a grey color, but still we can see the lamination on it, when picked on it peels off the compacted material below it, there were very few sherds of pottery, we found the top of 4 limestones in this feature but still we don't know if its the top of the wall or not. [QX09JW.J]
F0119F02QX04<0co f0118 [QX04JW1.J]
F0119F02QX04>0co f0123 [QX04JW1.J]
F0119F02QX04>0co f0137 [QX04JW1.J]
F0119I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0119I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0119I04WX07s120b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0119I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f118 and above late Mittani glacis f123. [WX07JW.J]
F0119I11WX07Ceramics included Mittani painted bowls, burnished bowls, footed goblets, jar bases, painted body sherds, and two ubiquitous items. [WX07JW.J]
F0119O03R525w0021 [R525JW.J]
F0120A30WX07First layer of accumulation in k13 to cover EDIII glacis f109. [WX07JW1.J]
F0120A35R403v63 [R403JW.J]
F0120B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation f121 in k13. Compared to f121, it is considrably harder, perhaps reflecting the influence of water on aeolian deposits as the baqaya glacis was first covered. [QX09JW.J]
F0120F02QX04<0co f0121 [QX04JW1.J]
F0120F02QX04>0co f0109 [QX04JW1.J]
F0120I01W909s180-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0120I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0120I04WX07s180-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0120I10WX07First layer of accumulation deposited on the EDIII glacis f109. [WX07JW.J]
F0120I11WX07All identified ceramics were Late Chalcolithic. [WX07JW.J]
F0120O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0121A30WX07Accumulation in k13 below accumulation f144 and above accumulation f120. [WX07JW1.J]
F0121A35R403v63 [R403JW.J]
F0121B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation f114 in k13. Compared to f114, this accumlation is softer, but still fine grained, indicating that it was formed by loess. [QX09JW.J]
F0121F02QX04<1ov f0114 [QX04JW1.J]
F0121F02QX04>0co f0120 [QX04JW1.J]
F0121I01W909s160c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0121I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0121I04WX07s160c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0121I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f114 and above accumulation f120. [WX07JW.J]
F0121I11WX07No ceramics later than LC3. [WX07JW.J]
F0121O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
F0122A01S211f0198 [S211JW.J]
F0122A01S211f0219 [S211JW.J]
F0122A30WX07Highest of two fills of pit a5 in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0122A35R403v63 [R403JW.J]
F0122B11QX09Highest level of the two fills of pit a5, which was dug into the baqaya glacis, f109 before the wahal glacis, f152 (and probably f111) was built as part of a renovation in the middle of the Mittani period. [QX09JW.J]
F0122F02QX04>0co f0127 [QX04JW1.J]
F0122F02QX04>5si f0128 [QX04JW1.J]
F0122I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0122I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0122I04WX07s190-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0122I10WX07Higher of two fills of pit a5 dug into the EDIII glacis. [WX07JW.J]
F0122I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. Items recovered were carbonized seeds and charcoal, unfortunately handled so carbon dating precluded. [WX07JW.J]
F0123A30WX07Mittani wahal glacis in k22 under accumulation f119 [WX07JW1.J]
F0123A35R403v74 [R403JW.J]
F0123B11QX09One of the components of the first rebuild of the lower part of the BA temple mound and wall system after the wall was completely covered. It was the transitional element between f148 to the south, a flat surface that served as a floor, and a packed mud glacis, f152, to the north which eventually merged with the original baqaya glacis, f109. Its hard surface may be explained by a mixture of mud and baqaya to change the direction of water flow from the mound to the now-covered plaza. [QX09JW.J]
F0123C99Q910Part of this packed mud surface running E-W in the vicinity of the juncture of the late packed earth floor f173, and the packed mud glacis f152, was damaged. At this point the downward slope to the south transitions to a flat surface. The damage may have been associated with the construction of this floor or we possibly accidentally damaged f123 during excavation, despite exercising great care. [Q910JW1.J]
F0123F02QX04<0co f0119 [QX04JW1.J]
F0123F02QX04<0co f0214 [QX04JW1.J]
F0123F02QX04<3in f0124 [QX04JW1.J]
F0123F02QX04<3in f0125 [QX04JW1.J]
F0123F02QX04<7re f0125 [QX04JW1.J]
F0123I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0123I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0123I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0123I10WX07Dense, hard surfaced late Mittani wahal glacis under accumulation f119.. [WX07JW.J]
F0123I11WX07As this feature was not excavated, no ceramics or items were recovered or analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0123O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
F0123O01R707v0160 [RX31JW.J]
F0123O01R707v0160a [RX31JW.J]
F0123O01R707v0165 [RX31JW.J]
F0123O01R707v0165a [RX31JW.J]
F0123O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
F0123O01R730v0166b [R730JW.J]
F0123O01R730v0166e [R730JW.J]
F0123O03R525w0021 [R525JW.J]
F0123O08R321p0021 [R321JW3.J]
F0124A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f123 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0124A35R403v74 [R403JW.J]
F0124B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k22 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It intruded the glacis, f123, that covered the wall top. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0124F02QX04>3in f0123 [QX04JW1.J]
F0124I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0124I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0124I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0124I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which intruded glacis f123. [WX07JW.J]
F0124O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0124O08R321p0020 [R321JW3.J]
F0125A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f123 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0125A35R403v74 [R403JW.J]
F0125B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k22 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It intruded the glacis, f123, that covered the wall top. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0125F02QX04>3in f0123 [QX04JW1.J]
F0125F02QX04>7re f0123 [QX04JW1.J]
F0125I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0125I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0125I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0125I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which intruded glacis f123. [WX07JW.J]
F0125O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0125O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0126A01S211f0007 [S211JW.J]
F0126A01S211f0105 [S211JW.J]
F0126A01S211f0170 [S211JW.J]
F0126A01S211f0219 [S211JW.J]
F0126A01S212f0198 [S212JW2.J]
F0126A30WX07Topsoil in k21. [WX07JW1.J]
F0126A35R403v53 [R403JW.J]
F0126B11QX09Topsoil in the north half of k21. Like much of the surface of the tell,it was covered with dried shrubs and had a hard crust filled with roots and nodules. It came off the pick in blocks of material and had a distinct darker brown color than the typical soil under the surface. [QX09JW.J]
F0126F02QX04>0co f0129 [QX04JW1.J]
F0126I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0126I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0126I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0126I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0126O03R520w0011 [R520JW.J]
F0126O03R525w0017 [R525JW.J]
F0127A30WX07Lower of two fills of pit a5 in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0127A35R403v63 [R403JW.J]
F0127B11QX09Bottom of two fills of pit a5, cut into the baqaya glacis, f109, before it was covered by the wahal glacis. As with the top fill, the contents provided little evidence of the purpose for which the pit was dug. Because this fill was so hard, it may be the top of a number of compacted fills used to construct the temple mound behind the revetment wall, before the slope was covered with baqaya. [QX09JW.J]
F0127D03R302826 (41276 49160 - / Relay location: SW corner) [R302JW5R.J]
F0127D03R3172587 (41383 49151 - / Relay location: SW corner) [R317JW-R.J]
F0127F02QX04<0co f0122 [QX04JW1.J]
F0127F02QX04>5si f0128 [QX04JW1.J]
F0127I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0127I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0127I04WX07s190-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0127I10WX07Lower of two fills of pit a5 dug into the EDIII glacis. [WX07JW.J]
F0127I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0127O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0127O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0128A30WX07Cut of pit a5 in k13 [WX07JW1.J]
F0128A35R403v63 [R403JW.J]
F0128B11QX09Cut of a round pit in the northwest corner of k13 and part of aggregate a5. [QX09JW.J]
F0128D03Q826773 (41520 49139 - 9258 / Relay location: circle NW top) [Q827EB3R.J]
F0128D03Q826775 (41415 49187 - 9223 / Relay location: circle SE top) [Q827EB3R.J]
F0128D03Q826776 (41420 49103 - 9228 / Relay location: SW corner top) [Q827EB3R.J]
F0128D03Q826777 (41509 49136 - 9233 / Relay location: circle NW bottom) [Q827EB3R.J]
F0128D03Q826778 (41461 49187 - 9215 / Relay location: circle NE bottom) [Q827EB3R.J]
F0128D03Q826779 (41415 49167 - 9213 / Relay location: circle SE bottom) [Q827EB3R.J]
F0128D03Q826780 (41426 49107 - 9224 / Relay location: SW corner bottom) [Q827EB3R.J]
F0128D03R302774 (41479 49208 - 9253 / Relay location: circle NE top) [R302JW1R.J]
F0128D03R302818 (41291 49163 - / Relay location: SW corner) [R302JW4R.J]
F0128D03R3172586 (41379 49144 - / Relay location: SW corner) [R317JW-R.J]
F0128F02QX04<5si f0122 [QX04JW1.J]
F0128F02QX04<5si f0127 [QX04JW1.J]
F0128F02QX04>2cu f0109 [QX04JW1.J]
F0128F02QX04>4ca f0260 [QX04JW1.J]
F0128F02W414<5si f0354 [W414JW.J]
F0128I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0128I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0128I04WX07s190-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0128I10WX07Cut of pit a5 dug into the EDIII glacis. [WX07JW.J]
F0128O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0128O08R321p0024 [R321JW3.J]
F0128O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0128O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0129A01S212f0008 [S212JW3.J]
F0129A01S212f0106 [S212JW4.J]
F0129A01S212f0171 [S212JW4.J]
F0129A01S212f0199 [S212JW3.J]
F0129A01S212f0221 [S212JW3.J]
F0129A30WX07Highest layer of natural accumulation in k21 under topsoil f126. [WX07JW1.J]
F0129A35R403v53 [R403JW.J]
F0129B11QX09First natural accumulation in the north half of k21 under the topsoil, f126. It had a number of large roots from surface shrubs and contained pockets of small stones and pebbles. [QX09JW.J]
F0129B99S430seen in the section. [S430JW.J]
F0129F02QX04<0co f0126 [QX04JW1.J]
F0129F02QX04>0co f0098 [QX04JW1.J]
F0129I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0129I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0129I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0129I10WX07Layer of accumulation below topsoil f126 and above accumulation f98.. [WX07JW.J]
F0129I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. Items are small and reflect modern (glass) and more ancient technologies (stone tool). [WX07JW.J]
F0129O03R520w0011 [R520JW.J]
F0129O03R525w0017 [R525JW.J]
F0130A01S310f0205 [S310JW1.J]
F0130A30WX07Component stone of installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107 in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0130A35R403v72 [R403JW.J]
F0130B11QX09One of 5 large limestone blocks at approximately the same elevation in the south baulk of k13. They form an E-W line, a4, that may have served as a wall foundation or rough windbreak. [QX09JW.J]
F0130F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0130I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0130I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0130I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0130I10WX07Large stone that was a constituent of aggregate a7. [WX07JW.J]
F0130O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0130O08R321p0020 [R321JW3.J]
F0131A30WX07Medium-sized stone that is aligned with the stones of a7. [WX07JW1.J]
F0131A35R403v72 [R403JW.J]
F0131B11QX09One of 5 large limestone blocks at approximately the same elevation in the south baulk of k13. They form an E-W line, a4, that may have served as a wall foundation or rough windbreak. [QX09JW.J]
F0131F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0131I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0131I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0131I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0131I10WX07Small stone that shared the alignment of a7, but did not seem a part of it. [WX07JW.J]
F0131O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0131O08R321p0020 [R321JW3.J]
F0132A01S310f0207 [S310JW1.J]
F0132A30WX07Component stone of installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107 in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0132A35R403v72 [R403JW.J]
F0132B11QX09One of 5 large limestone blocks at approximately the same elevation in the south baulk of k13. They form an E-W line, a4, that may have served as a wall foundation or rough windbreak. [QX09JW.J]
F0132F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0132I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0132I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0132I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0132I10WX07Large stone that was a constituent of aggregate a7. [WX07JW.J]
F0132O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0132O08R321p0020 [R321JW3.J]
F0133A01S211f0097 [S211JW.J]
F0133A01S211f0162 [S211JW.J]
F0133A01S211f0189 [S211JW.J]
F0133A21Q816ts [QX06EI.J]
F0133A30WX07Topsoil in k23. [WX07JW1.J]
F0133A35S307v83 [S307JW1.J]
F0133B11QX09Topsoil in k23, whose surface was originally covered with grasses and shrubs. A berm to divert water away from the previous year's excavation ran E-W along the south side. [QX09JW.J]
F0133D01Q816k23 [QX06EI.J]
F0133D06Q8169318 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0133D06Q8169341 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0133F02Q826<5si q0236 [Q829JW1.J]
F0133F02Q826<5si q0236 [QX02JW.J]
F0133F02QX04>0co f0138 [QX04JW1.J]
F0133F02QX04>0co f0140 [QX04JW1.J]
F0133I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0133I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0133I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0133I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0133K05Q816brown [QX06EI.J]
F0133K06Q81610YR 5/3 [QX06EI.J]
F0133K07Q8164.0 [QX06EI.J]
F0133K08Q816clumpy [QX06EI.J]
F0133O01Q816v0057 [RX31JW.J]
F0133O01Q816v0057a [RX31JW.J]
F0133O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
F0133O01Q901v0098a [RX31JW.J]
F0133O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
F0133O03R525w0014 [R525JW.J]
F0133O03R525w0035 [R525JW.J]
F0133O08R321p0020 [R321JW3.J]
F0133P02Q816Q817 [QX06EI.J]
F0134A30WX07Large stone in k21 that sits in accumulation f103 and abuts stone f135. [WX07JW1.J]
F0134A35S307v58 [S307JW1.J]
F0134B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11 in k21. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0134F02QX04>5si f0103 [QX04JW1.J]
F0134I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0134I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0134I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0134I10WX07Large stone that sits in accumulation f103 and abuts stone f135. [WX07JW.J]
F0134O08R321p0020 [R321JW3.J]
F0135A30WX07Large stone in k21 that sits in accumulation f103 and abuts stone f134. [WX07JW1.J]
F0135A35S307v58 [S307JW1.J]
F0135B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11 in k21. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0135F02QX04>5si f0103 [QX04JW1.J]
F0135I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0135I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0135I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0135I10WX07Large stone that sits in accumulation f103 and abuts stone f134. [WX07JW.J]
F0135O08R321p0020 [R321JW3.J]
F0136A30WX07Burned area atop packed soil in k23 that sits in accumulation f138. [WX07JW1.J]
F0136A35S307v53 [S307JW1.J]
F0136B11QX09An installation near the surface of k23, sitting in a soil layer f138, and consisting of a ring of burned soil atop a larger circular mass of hard-packed soil. In and of itself, it is almost insignificant, however, it is one of a series of unusual features at this spot, a11, ranging in time from at least the Mittani period to the present. [QX09JW.J]
F0136F02QX04>5si f0138 [QX04JW1.J]
F0136I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0136I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0136I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0136I10WX07Burned soil that sits in lens f138. [WX07JW.J]
F0136I11WX07No ceramics recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0136O08R321p0021 [R321JW3.J]
F0136O08R329p0039 [R329JW.J]
F0136Q01R724R723JW.T [R724JW.J]
F0137A30WX07Natural accumulation in k108 below accumulation f98 and above accumulation f164. [WX07JW1.J]
F0137A35S307w17 [S307JW1.J]
F0137B11QX09Floor accumulation over floors f164 in k108. It was gray in color and had a very hard surface. It was adjacent a similar accumulation, f139, but could be differentiated on the basis of color. [QX09JW.J]
F0137F02QX04<0co f0119 [QX04JW1.J]
F0137F02QX04<5si f0144 [QX04JW1.J]
F0137F02QX04>1ov f0164 [QX04JW1.J]
F0137I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0137I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0137I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0137I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f98 and above accumulation f164. [WX07JW.J]
F0137I11WX07Ceramics analyzed so far are Mittani with one possible Khabur sherd. Items are ubiquitous [WX07JW.J]
F0137O03R525w0017 [R525JW.J]
F0137O08R321p0021 [R321JW3.J]
F0138A30WX07Lens of natural accumulation that sits in accumulation f140 [WX07JW1.J]
F0138A35S307v53 [S307JW1.J]
F0138B11QX09A thin layer of highly compacted soil, under topsoil, f133, in the eastern half of k23. It is likely that the compaction is associated with the use of the burned soil in the center, f136. [QX09JW.J]
F0138D03R2282564 (41738 48925 - 9319 / Relay location: NW point) [R228JW3R.J]
F0138F02QX04<0co f0133 [QX04JW1.J]
F0138F02QX04<5si f0136 [QX04JW1.J]
F0138F02QX04>1ov f0141 [QX04JW1.J]
F0138I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0138I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0138I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0138I10WX07Soil lens that sits in accumulation f140. [WX07JW.J]
F0138I11WX07Ceramics analysis inconclusive as to date. [WX07JW.J]
F0138O08R321p0021 [R321JW3.J]
F0138O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0139A30WX07Natural accumulation in k108 under accumulation f103. [WX07JW1.J]
F0139A35S307v53 [S307JW1.J]
F0139B11QX09Lamination over floor accumulation f146. It was very hard and reddish in color. It was wet, signifying that a harder surface beneath was trapping and containg moisture. [QX09JW.J]
F0139F02QX04<0co f0103 [QX04JW1.J]
F0139F02QX04<5si f0154 [QX04JW1.J]
F0139F02QX04>0co f0146 [QX04JW1.J]
F0139I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0139I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0139I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0139I10WX07Laminar natural accumulation under accumulation f103 and atop accumulation f146. [WX07JW.J]
F0139I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Two items were ubiquitous stone tools. [WX07JW.J]
F0139O08R321p0021 [R321JW3.J]
F0140A01S212f0100 [S212JW4.J]
F0140A01S212f0109 [S212JW4.J]
F0140A21Q817ad [QX06EI.J]
F0140A30WX07Highest layer of natural accumulation in k23 under topsoil f133. [WX07JW1.J]
F0140A35S307v83 [S307JW1.J]
F0140B11QX09Natural accumulation under topsoil, f133, in k23. The soil has a gray tint, perhaps due to smoke from activities surrounding the nearby burned soil, f136. [QX09JW.J]
F0140D01Q817k23 [QX06EI.J]
F0140D03R2282563 (41453 48999 - 9320 / Relay location: SE point) [R228JW3R.J]
F0140D06Q8179305 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0140D06Q8179312 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0140F02Q817<5si q0183 [QX02JW.J]
F0140F02QX04<0co f0133 [QX04JW1.J]
F0140F02QX04<5si f0190 [QX04JW1.J]
F0140F02QX04>1ov f0141 [QX04JW1.J]
F0140I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0140I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0140I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0140I10WX07Natural accumulation below topsoil f133 and above natural accumulation f141. [WX07JW.J]
F0140I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Sole item was a ubiquitous stone tool. [WX07JW.J]
F0140K05Q817light brownish gray [QX06EI.J]
F0140K06Q81710YR 6/2 [QX06EI.J]
F0140K07Q8174.0 [QX06EI.J]
F0140O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
F0140O01Q901v0098a [RX31JW.J]
F0140O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
F0140O03R525w0014 [R525JW.J]
F0140O03R525w0035 [R525JW.J]
F0140O08R321p0021 [R321JW3.J]
F0140O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0141A30WX07Natural accumulation in k23 under accumulation f140 and above accumulation f147. [WX07JW1.J]
F0141A35S307v83 [S307JW1.J]
F0141B11QX09Natural accumulation overlaid by natural accumulation f140 and soil layer, f138. It had the light brown color of loess but was also compacted, perhaps from human activity associated with the stone circle f142, which sat in it. [QX09JW.J]
F0141D03R2282562 (41323 48947 - 9309 / Relay location: SE point) [R228JW3R.J]
F0141F02Q817<5si q0188 [QX02JW.J]
F0141F02QX04<1ov f0138 [QX04JW1.J]
F0141F02QX04<1ov f0140 [QX04JW1.J]
F0141F02QX04<5si f0142 [QX04JW1.J]
F0141F02QX04>0co f0147 [QX04JW1.J]
F0141I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0141I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0141I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0141I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f140 and above natural accumulation f147. [WX07JW.J]
F0141I11WX07Ceramics analysis inconclusive as to date. Sole item was a clay lump. [WX07JW.J]
F0141O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
F0141O01Q901v0098a [RX31JW.J]
F0141O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
F0141O03R525w0014 [R525JW.J]
F0141O03R525w0035 [R525JW.J]
F0141O08R321p0021 [R321JW3.J]
F0141O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0142A30WX07Cluster of pebbles in a mud matrix in k23 that sit in accumulation f141. [WX07JW1.J]
F0142A35S307v71 [S307JW1.J]
F0142B11QX09A circular installation of fist-sized pebbles in a matrix of laminated soil which sits in natural accumulation f141 in k23. In and of itself, it is almost insignificant, however, it is one of a series of unusual features at this spot, a11, ranging in time from at least the Mittani period to the present. [QX09JW.J]
F0142F02QX04>0co f0241 [QX04JW1.J]
F0142F02QX04>5si f0141 [QX04JW1.J]
F0142I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0142I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0142I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0142I10WX07Cluster of pebbles and mud that sit in natural accumulation f141. [WX07JW.J]
F0142O03R525w0014 [R525JW.J]
F0142O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0142O08R329p0039 [R329JW.J]
F0142Q01R724R723JW.T [R724JW.J]
F0143A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f123 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0143A35S307v75 [S307JW1.J]
F0143B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks, a16, placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in accumulation f137 and also intruded floor, f148, which covered the wall top. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." The excavator, bL, originally assessed that it sat in f137, but later analysis after f148 was fully excavated shows that it was indeed a memory stone. [QX09JW.J]
F0143B99S430stone [S430JW.J]
F0143F02QX04>3in f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0143I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0143I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0143I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0143I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which intruded glacis f123. [WX07JW.J]
F0143O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
F0143O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0143O08R321p0021 [R321JW3.J]
F0144A30WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f137. [WX07JW1.J]
F0144A35S307v75 [S307JW1.J]
F0144B11QX09A large limestone block that sits in living accumulation f137 in k108. It likely was transported down from higher on the mound by stormwater. [QX09JW.J]
F0144B99S430stone [S430JW.J]
F0144F02QX04>5si f0137 [QX04JW1.J]
F0144I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0144I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0144I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0144I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f137. [WX07JW.J]
F0144O03R525w0035 [R525JW.J]
F0144O08R321p0021 [R321JW3.J]
F0144O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0145A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f123 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0145A35S307v74 [S307JW1.J]
F0145B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks, a16, placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in accumulation f137 and also intruded floor, f148, which covered the wall top. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." The excavator, bL, originally assessed that it sat in f137, but later analysis after f148 was fully excavated shows that it was indeed a memory stone. [QX09JW.J]
F0145B99S430stone [S430JW.J]
F0145F02QX04>3in f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0145I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0145I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0145I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0145I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which intruded glacis f123. [WX07JW.J]
F0145O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0145O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0146A30WX07Thin horizontal band of accumulation in k108 atop floor accumulation f164. [WX07JW1.J]
F0146B11QX09Floor accumulation over a thin, packed earth, stone and sherd floor f164. It was yellowish and softer than the floor, perhaps indicating that the floor was no longer used and was covered by loess. [QX09JW.J]
F0146F02QX04<0co f0139 [QX04JW1.J]
F0146F02QX04<5si f0161 [QX04JW1.J]
F0146F02QX04>1ov f0164 [QX04JW1.J]
F0146I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0146I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0146I04WX07s120b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0146I10WX07Accumulation below accumulation f139 and above floor accumulation f164. [WX07JW.J]
F0146I11WX07Ceramics analyzed but not conclusively dated. [WX07JW.J]
F0146O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0146O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0146O23S307No photograph was taken to highlight this particular feature. It may appear as a faint trace in a section photograph, but we could not definitely identify it as such. [S307JW.J]
F0146Q01S310S309jW.T [S309JW.J]
F0147A30WX07Natural accumulation in k23 under accumulation f141 and above accumulation f151. [WX07JW1.J]
F0147A35S307v83 [S307JW1.J]
F0147B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation f141 in k23. Compared to f141 it is slightly more like powder, although still having a hard surface. [QX09JW.J]
F0147F02Q823<5si q0221 [Q829JW1.J]
F0147F02Q823<5si q0221 [QX02JW.J]
F0147F02Q823<5si q0223 [Q829JW1.J]
F0147F02Q823<5si q0223 [QX02JW.J]
F0147F02Q823<5si q0225 [Q829JW1.J]
F0147F02Q823<5si q0225 [QX02JW.J]
F0147F02QX04<0co f0141 [QX04JW1.J]
F0147F02QX04>0co f0150 [QX04JW1.J]
F0147F02QX04>0co f0151 [QX04JW1.J]
F0147I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0147I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0147I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0147I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f141 and above accumulation f151. [WX07JW.J]
F0147I11WX07Ceramics partially analyzed and included sherds from LC through Mittani. Items were ubiquitous. [WX07JW.J]
F0147O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
F0147O01Q901v0098a [RX31JW.J]
F0147O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
F0147O03R525w0035 [R525JW.J]
F0147O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0148A30WX07Highly compacted soil floor in k108 under floor accumulation f163. [WX07JW1.J]
F0148A35S307v61 [S307JW1.J]
F0148B11QX09A floor surface in k108 that forms the southern part of the first major rebuild of the revetment wall and glacis system after the glacis, wall and plaza to the south were covered. The rebuild included: this floor which extended south of what was originally the south face of the revetment wall; a number of memory stones imbedded in or resting generally on the material that coverd the wall; a tranisional flat surface of packed mud (wahal); and a wahal glacis that rose less sharply than the bakaya glacis and eventually intercepted it. [QX09JW.J]
F0148D03R301681 (40991 48489 - 9078 / Relay location: NW corner) [R301JW3R.J]
F0148D03R301682 (40708 48290 - 9072 / Relay location: SW corner) [R301JW3R.J]
F0148D03R301683 (40559 48661 - 9079 / Relay location: SE corner) [R301JW3R.J]
F0148F02Q820<5si q0200 [QX02JW.J]
F0148F02Q820<5si q0201 [QX02JW.J]
F0148F02QX04<0co f0163 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<3in f0143 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<3in f0145 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<3in f0155 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<3in f0156 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<3in f0157 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<3in f0158 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<3in f0159 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<7re f0292 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<7re f0293 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<7re f0294 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<7re f0295 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<7re f0296 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<7re f0297 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<7re f0298 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<7re f0299 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04<7re f0300 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148F02QX04>0co f0251 [QX04JW1.J]
F0148I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0148I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0148I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0148I10WX07Floor of compacted soil below floor accumulation f163. [WX07JW.J]
F0148I11WX07Ceramics included sherds from most periods of occupation from LC through Mittani. No items found. [WX07JW.J]
F0148O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0148O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0148O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0149A21Q20fi [-QX06EI.J]
F0149A30WX07Higher of two fills in k23 of pit a6. [WX07JW1.J]
F0149A35S307v62 [S307JW1.J]
F0149B11QX09The top one of two fills in pit a6 in k23. We were hoping that the contents would help identify the time period of its use or its function, but the fill was relativel clean and ambiguous. [QX09JW.J]
F0149D01Q20k23 [-QX06EI.J]
F0149D06Q209240 @bottom [-QX06EI.J]
F0149D06Q209258 @top [-QX06EI.J]
F0149F02Q820<5si q0198 [QX02JW.J]
F0149F02QX04>0co f0153 [QX04JW1.J]
F0149F02QX04>5si f0160 [QX04JW1.J]
F0149I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0149I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0149I04WX07s190-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0149I10WX07Higher of two fills of pit a5 dug into the EDIII glacis. [WX07JW.J]
F0149I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed The only item was a collection of seeds, unfortunately touched during excavation and therefore not useful for radiocarbon dating. [WX07JW.J]
F0149K05Q20brown [-QX06EI.J]
F0149K06Q2010YR 5/3 [-QX06EI.J]
F0149K08Q20soft [-QX06EI.J]
F0149O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0149O08R329p0039 [R329JW.J]
F0149P02Q20Q820 [-QX06EI.J]
F0150A21Q20ly [-QX06EI.J]
F0150A30WX07Layer of ashy soil in k23 that overlays accumulation f180. [WX07JW1.J]
F0150B11QX09A layer of ashy soil immediately to the west of pit a6 in the northwest corner of k23. It is likely to have resulted from activities conducted within the cut. [QX09JW.J]
F0150D01Q20k23 [-QX06EI.J]
F0150D06Q209248 @bottom [-QX06EI.J]
F0150D06Q209253 @top [-QX06EI.J]
F0150F02Q826<5si q0233 [Q829JW1.J]
F0150F02Q826<5si q0233 [QX02JW.J]
F0150F02QX04<0co f0147 [QX04JW1.J]
F0150F02QX04>1ov f0180 [QX04JW1.J]
F0150I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0150I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0150I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0150I10WX07Layer of ashy soil below accumulation f147 that overlays accumulation f180. [WX07JW.J]
F0150I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. Items are ubiquitous obsidian tools and a clay wheel. [WX07JW.J]
F0150K05Q20light brownish gray [-QX06EI.J]
F0150K06Q2010YR 6/2 [-QX06EI.J]
F0150K08Q20very soft [-QX06EI.J]
F0150O03R525w0027 [R525JW.J]
F0150O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0150O23S307No photograph was taken to highlight this particular feature. It may appear as a faint trace in a section photograph, but we could not definitely identify it as such. [S307JW.J]
F0150Q01S310S309JW.T [S309JW.J]
F0150Q01S310S309jW.T [S309JW.J]
F0151A21Q20ad [-QX06EI.J]
F0151A30WX07Natural accumulation in k23 under accumulation f147 and overlaying layer f180. [WX07JW1.J]
F0151A35S307v83 [S307JW1.J]
F0151B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation f147 in k23. As compared to f147 it is a darker brown, and much softer. Its position overlaying the wahal glacis would indicate that it could be a floor accumulation. However, it is unlikely that human activity took place on the glacis and therefore the accumulation consisted of loess which was deposstied on a glacis that was not kept clean as was the previous baqaya glacis. [QX09JW.J]
F0151D01Q20k23 [-QX06EI.J]
F0151D06Q209248 @top [-QX06EI.J]
F0151D06Q209256 @bottom [-QX06EI.J]
F0151F02Q820<5si q0144 [QX02JW.J]
F0151F02QX04<0co f0147 [QX04JW1.J]
F0151F02QX04>1ov f0180 [QX04JW1.J]
F0151I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0151I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0151I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0151I10WX07Layer of accumulation below accumulation 147 that overlays accumulation f180. [WX07JW.J]
F0151I11WX07Ceramics from many periods including Late Chalcolithic and Middle Assyrian. [WX07JW.J]
F0151K05Q20pale brown [-QX06EI.J]
F0151K06Q2010YR 6/3 [-QX06EI.J]
F0151K07Q202.5 [-QX06EI.J]
F0151O03R525w0014 [R525JW.J]
F0151O03R525w0035 [R525JW.J]
F0151O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0151Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
F0152A01S310f0209 [S310JW1.J]
F0152A21Q20glacis [-QX06EI.J]
F0152A30WX07Mittani wahal glacis in k23 under layer f180 that abuts glacis f123. [WX07JW1.J]
F0152A35S307v158 [S307JW1.J]
F0152B11QX09A wahal glacis associated with a rebuilding of the BA temple mound after the monumental wall and plaza were covered by accumulations in the middle of the Mittani period. It covers the baqaya glacis which we date to the EDIII period. [QX09JW.J]
F0152C99Q830Careful excavation of the pedestal temporarily supporting the stones of a4 should provide an opportunity to see if the mud glacis, f152 covered the baqaya glacis for the entire E-W width of k13. What we called at the time of k13 excavation f120 and f121 were probably extensions of the wahal. Now, we see these features only along the E and W baulk lines. [Q830JW4.J]
F0152D01Q20k23 [-QX06EI.J]
F0152D06Q209256 @top [-QX06EI.J]
F0152F02QX04<0co f0180 [QX04JW1.J]
F0152F02QX04<0co f0213 [QX04JW1.J]
F0152F02QX04<0co f0241 [QX04JW1.J]
F0152F02QX04<1ov f0270 [QX04JW1.J]
F0152F02QX04<2cu f0160 [QX04JW1.J]
F0152F02QX04<2cu f0269 [QX04JW1.J]
F0152F02QX04<8ab f0215 [QX04JW1.J]
F0152F02QX04<8ab f0270 [QX04JW1.J]
F0152F02QX04>1ov f0109 [QX04JW1.J]
F0152I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0152I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0152I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0152I10WX07Wahal glacis under accumulation f180. [WX07JW.J]
F0152I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. There was a geometric seal impression recovered, which may be from a period as early as LC3. [WX07JW.J]
F0152K05Q20light yellowish brown [-QX06EI.J]
F0152K06Q2010YR 6/4 [-QX06EI.J]
F0152K07Q203 [-QX06EI.J]
F0152O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01R707v0158a [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01R707v0160 [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01R707v0160b [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01R707v0164 [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01R707v0164a [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01R707v0165 [RX31JW.J]
F0152O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
F0152O01R730v0166b [R730JW.J]
F0152O01R730v0166e [R730JW.J]
F0152O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
F0152O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
F0152O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
F0152O01UX04v0186 [V205JW.J]
F0152O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
F0152O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
F0152O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
F0152O03R525w0014 [R525JW.J]
F0152O03R525w0035 [R525JW.J]
F0152O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0152O08R321p0034 [R321JW3.J]
F0152O08R329p0039 [R329JW.J]
F0152Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
F0153A21Q20fi [-QX06EI.J]
F0153A30WX07Lower of two fills in k23 of pit a6. [WX07JW1.J]
F0153A35S307v98 [S307JW1.J]
F0153B11QX09The bottom one of two fills in pit a6 in k23. We were hoping that the contents would help identify the time period of its use or its function, but the fill was relativel clean and ambiguous. [QX09JW.J]
F0153D01Q20k23 [-QX06EI.J]
F0153D06Q209233 @bottom [-QX06EI.J]
F0153D06Q209239 @top [-QX06EI.J]
F0153F02QX04<0co f0149 [QX04JW1.J]
F0153F02QX04>5si f0160 [QX04JW1.J]
F0153I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0153I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0153I04WX07s190-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0153I10WX07Lower of two fills of pit a5 dug into the EDIII glacis. [WX07JW.J]
F0153I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0153K05Q20light yellowish brown [-QX06EI.J]
F0153K06Q2010YR 6/4 [-QX06EI.J]
F0153K08Q20very soft [-QX06EI.J]
F0153O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0153O08R329p0039 [R329JW.J]
F0153P02Q20Q820 [-QX06EI.J]
F0154A30WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f139. [WX07JW1.J]
F0154A35S307v70 [S307JW1.J]
F0154B11QX09A large limestone block that sits in natural accumulation f139. One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0154F02QX04>5si f0139 [QX04JW1.J]
F0154I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0154I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0154I04WX07s120b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0154I10WX07Large stone that sits in accumulation f139. [WX07JW.J]
F0154O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0154O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0154O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0155A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f123 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0155A35S307v120 [S307JW1.J]
F0155B11QX09One of five large limestone blocks that intrude f148, a wahal mud floor in k108, atop accumulation that covered the revetment wall, plaza and the lower part of the baqaya glacis, f109. At this point in time they are most likely stones placed along the general line of the wall, a16, in the later phases of the Mittani period to retain the idea of the components of the original complex, constructed in the Early Dynastic III period. [QX09JW.J]
F0155F02QX04>3in f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0155I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0155I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0155I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0155I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which intruded floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0156A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f123 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0156A35S307v120 [S307JW1.J]
F0156B11QX09One of five large limestone blocks that intrude f148, a wahal mud floor in k108, atop accumulation that covered the revetment wall, plaza and the lower part of the baqaya glacis, f109. At this point in time they are most likely stones placed along the general line of the wall, a16, in the later phases of the Mittani period to retain the idea of the components of the original complex, constructed in the Early Dynastic III period. [QX09JW.J]
F0156F02QX04>3in f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0156I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0156I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0156I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0156I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which intruded floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0156O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0157A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f123 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0157A35S307v120 [S307JW1.J]
F0157B11QX09One of five large limestone blocks that intrude f148, a wahal mud floor in k108, atop accumulation that covered the revetment wall, plaza and the lower part of the baqaya glacis, f109. At this point in time they are most likely stones placed along the general line of the wall, a16, in the later phases of the Mittani period to retain the idea of the components of the original complex, constructed in the Early Dynastic III period. [QX09JW.J]
F0157F02QX04>3in f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0157I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0157I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0157I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0157I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which intruded floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0157O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0157O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0158A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f123 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0158A35S307v120 [S307JW1.J]
F0158B11QX09One of five large limestone blocks that intrude f148, a wahal mud floor in k108, atop accumulation that covered the revetment wall, plaza and the lower part of the baqaya glacis, f109. At this point in time they are most likely stones placed along the general line of the wall, a16, in the later phases of the Mittani period to retain the idea of the components of the original complex, constructed in the Early Dynastic III period. [QX09JW.J]
F0158F02QX04>3in f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0158I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0158I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0158I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0158I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which intruded floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0158O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0158O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0159A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f123 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0159A35S307v120 [S307JW1.J]
F0159B11QX09One of five large limestone blocks that intrude f148, a wahal mud floor in k108, atop accumulation that covered the revetment wall, plaza and the lower part of the baqaya glacis, f109. At this point in time they are most likely stones placed along the general line of the wall, a16, in the later phases of the Mittani period to retain the idea of the components of the original complex, constructed in the Early Dynastic III period. [QX09JW.J]
F0159F02QX04>3in f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0159I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0159I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0159I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0159I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which intruded floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0159O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0159O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0160A21Q20pt [-QX06EI.J]
F0160A30WX07Cut of pit a6 in k23. [WX07JW1.J]
F0160A35S307v62 [S307JW1.J]
F0160B11QX09The cut of a pit into the wahal glacis, f152 in k23. [QX09JW.J]
F0160D01Q20k23 [-QX06EI.J]
F0160D06Q209232 @bottom [-QX06EI.J]
F0160D06Q209258 @top [-QX06EI.J]
F0160F02QX04<5si f0149 [QX04JW1.J]
F0160F02QX04<5si f0153 [QX04JW1.J]
F0160F02QX04>2cu f0152 [QX04JW1.J]
F0160F02QX04>4ca f0259 [QX04JW1.J]
F0160I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0160I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0160I04WX07s190-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0160I10WX07Cut of pit a6 dug into EDIII glacis. [WX07JW.J]
F0160I11WX07Unfortunately the recovered seeds, rendered useless for dating by human contact could have accurately provided data for stratum assignments. [WX07JW.J]
F0161A30WX07Displaced stone in k21 that sits in accumulation f146. [WX07JW1.J]
F0161A35S307v70 [S307JW1.J]
F0161B11QX09A large limestone block that sits in living accumulation f146 in k108. It may either be a memory stone atop f148 or an actual part of the top of the revetmenet wall, f11. [QX09JW.J]
F0161F02QX04>5si f0146 [QX04JW1.J]
F0161I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0161I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0161I04WX07s120b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0161I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f146. [WX07JW.J]
F0161O03R525w0027 [R525JW.J]
F0161O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0162A01S211f0001 [S211JW.J]
F0162A01S211f0105 [S211JW.J]
F0162A01S211f0133 [S211JW.J]
F0162A01S211f0172 [S211JW.J]
F0162A30WX07Topsoil in the northern half of k122. [WX07JW1.J]
F0162A35S307v78 [S307JW1.J]
F0162B11QX09Topsoil in the northern half of k22. It covers f165. [QX09JW.J]
F0162F02QX04>0co f0165 [QX04JW1.J]
F0162I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0162I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0162I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0162I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0162O03R525w0016 [R525JW.J]
F0162O03R525w0019 [R525JW.J]
F0162O03R525w0020 [R525JW.J]
F0162O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0163A30WX07Highly compacted soil floor-like accumulation in k108 that covers accumulation f148. [WX07JW1.J]
F0163A35S307w17 [S307JW1.J]
F0163B11QX09This is the middle one of three floor surfaces in k108 associated with the first rebuild of the BA temple mound after the wall and plaza were covered by natural accumulation. Although the sherds in it are laying flat (indicating that it was walked on) the surface is soft and relatively thin. [QX09JW.J]
F0163F02QX04<0co f0164 [QX04JW1.J]
F0163F02QX04>0co f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0163I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0163I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0163I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0163I10WX07Compacted accumulation on the surface of floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0163I11WX07Ceramics were mixed but primarily Mittani with a few LC sherds. Sole item was kiln waste. [WX07JW.J]
F0163O03R525w0017 [R525JW.J]
F0163O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0164A30WX07Highly compacted soil floor-like accumulation in k108 that covers accumulation f163. [WX07JW1.J]
F0164A35S307w17 [S307JW1.J]
F0164B11QX09This is the top one of three floor surfaces in k108 associated with the first rebuild of the BA temple mound after the wall and plaza were covered by natural accumulation. The sherds in it are laying flat (indicating that it was walked on) the surface is hard.. [QX09JW.J]
F0164F02QX04<1ov f0137 [QX04JW1.J]
F0164F02QX04<1ov f0146 [QX04JW1.J]
F0164F02QX04>0co f0163 [QX04JW1.J]
F0164I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0164I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0164I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0164I10WX07Accumulation atop floor accumulation f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0164I11WX07Ceramics were mixed. [WX07JW.J]
F0164O03R525w0017 [R525JW.J]
F0164O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0165A01S212f0002 [S212JW4.J]
F0165A01S212f0174 [S212JW4.J]
F0165A30WX07Natural accumulation in k22 under topsoil f162 and atop accumulation f166. [WX07JW1.J]
F0165A35S307v78 [S307JW1.J]
F0165B11QX09Natural accumulation under the topsoil, in k22. It covers f166 and f167. There are found several pieces of modern metal. [QX09JW.J]
F0165D03R301634 (41217 48909 - 9309 / Relay location: NE corner) [R301JW-R.J]
F0165D03R301635 (41349 48542 - 9292 / Relay location: NW corner) [R301JW-R.J]
F0165F02QX04<0co f0162 [QX04JW1.J]
F0165F02QX04>0co f0166 [QX04JW1.J]
F0165F02QX04>1ov f0167 [QX04JW1.J]
F0165I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0165I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0165I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0165I10WX07Natural accumulation below topsoil f162 and above accumulations f166 and f167 . [WX07JW.J]
F0165I11WX07Ceramics included painted sherds. A number of ubiquitous clay, stone, and metal objects. [WX07JW.J]
F0165O03R525w0016 [R525JW.J]
F0165O03R525w0019 [R525JW.J]
F0165O03R525w0020 [R525JW.J]
F0165O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
F0165O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0166A21Q20ly [-QX06EI.J]
F0166A30WX07Natural accumulation in k22 under accumulation f165 and above accumulation f167. [WX07JW1.J]
F0166A35S307v78 [S307JW1.J]
F0166B11QX09In k22. A layer of densly packed material which rings the trowel as it is lightly scraped. It abut f167. [QX09JW.J]
F0166D01Q20k22 [-QX06EI.J]
F0166D06Q209256 @bottom [-QX06EI.J]
F0166D06Q209263 @top [-QX06EI.J]
F0166F02QX04<0co f0165 [QX04JW1.J]
F0166F02QX04>1ov f0167 [QX04JW1.J]
F0166I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0166I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0166I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0166I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f165 and above accumulation f167. [WX07JW.J]
F0166I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0166K05Q20white [-QX06EI.J]
F0166K06Q2010YR 8/1 [-QX06EI.J]
F0166K07Q204.0 [-QX06EI.J]
F0166K08Q20hard surface [-QX06EI.J]
F0166O03R525w0016 [R525JW.J]
F0166O03R525w0019 [R525JW.J]
F0166O03R525w0020 [R525JW.J]
F0166O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0166P02Q20Q821 [-QX06EI.J]
F0167A30WX07Natural accumulation in k22 under accumulation f166 and above accumulation f168. [WX07JW1.J]
F0167A35S307v78 [S307JW1.J]
F0167B11QX09Soft accumulation with a hard crust on top in the west half of k22. [QX09JW.J]
F0167F02QX04<1ov f0165 [QX04JW1.J]
F0167F02QX04<1ov f0166 [QX04JW1.J]
F0167F02QX04>0co f0168 [QX04JW1.J]
F0167I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0167I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0167I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0167I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f166 and above accumulation f168. [WX07JW.J]
F0167I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Items were ubiquitous clay and stone objects. [WX07JW.J]
F0167O03R525w0016 [R525JW.J]
F0167O03R525w0019 [R525JW.J]
F0167O03R525w0020 [R525JW.J]
F0167O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0167O08R321p0025 [R321JW3.J]
F0168A30WX07Natural accumulation in k22 under accumulation f167 and above accumulation f169. [WX07JW1.J]
F0168A35S307v78 [S307JW1.J]
F0168B11QX09A soft, brown, fine grained accumulation above a packed earth floor, f173 in the north half of k22. Sherds from this feature will be analyzed to assist in determining the stratum of the floor. A large limestone block, f168, possibly a component of installation a4, was sitting in this accumulation near the bottom. [QX09JW.J]
F0168F02QX04<0co f0167 [QX04JW1.J]
F0168F02QX04<5si f0169 [QX04JW1.J]
F0168F02QX04<5si f0195 [QX04JW1.J]
F0168F02QX04<5si f0201 [QX04JW1.J]
F0168F02QX04<5si f0216 [QX04JW1.J]
F0168F02QX04>0co f0173 [QX04JW1.J]
F0168I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0168I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0168I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0168I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f167 and above accumulation f173. [WX07JW.J]
F0168I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Items included animal bones and a stone tool. [WX07JW.J]
F0168O03R525w0016 [R525JW.J]
F0168O03R525w0019 [R525JW.J]
F0168O03R525w0020 [R525JW.J]
F0168O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0169A30WX07Displaced stone in k22 that sits in accumulation f168. [WX07JW1.J]
F0169A35S308v83c [S308JW.J]
F0169B11QX09A large limestone block in the north east corner of k22. It is a component of living space installation a7 and is one of three stone blocks running N-S that do join the E-W line of a4 to form an "L". As it shelters one from both the north and west winds, it may have been associated with activities in the vicinity of a tannur and packed earth floor. [QX09JW.J]
F0169F02QX04>5si f0168 [QX04JW1.J]
F0169I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0169I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0169I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0169I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f168. [WX07JW.J]
F0169O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0169O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0170A01S211f0126 [S211JW.J]
F0170A01S211f0172 [S211JW.J]
F0170A01S212f0198 [S212JW2.J]
F0170A30WX07Topsoil in k31. [WX07JW1.J]
F0170A35S308w18 [S308JW.J]
F0170B11QX09Topsoil in k31 hard with many roots. It covers f171. [QX09JW.J]
F0170F02QX04>0co f0171 [QX04JW1.J]
F0170I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0170I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0170I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0170I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0170O03R525w0018 [R525JW.J]
F0170O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0171A01S212f0129 [S212JW4.J]
F0171A01S212f0199 [S212JW4.J]
F0171A30WX07Natural accumulation in k31 under topsoil f170 and atop accumulation f176. [WX07JW1.J]
F0171A35S308w18 [S308JW.J]
F0171B11QX09Feature under the topsoil in k31 that, when picked, comes out in medium and little chunks, it is friable if pressed by hands and granular, compact before picked with big pick. It presents a greyish colour and there's very few pottery in little sherds. Lower it has smaller chunks and very small stones. [QX09JW.J]
F0171F02Q823<5si q0222 [Q829JW1.J]
F0171F02Q823<5si q0222 [QX02JW.J]
F0171F02QX04<0co f0170 [QX04JW1.J]
F0171F02QX04>0co f0176 [QX04JW1.J]
F0171I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0171I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0171I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0171I10WX07Natural accumulation below topsoil f170 and above accumulation f176. [WX07JW.J]
F0171I11WX07Ceramics were mixed. Items were ubiquitous clay objects. [WX07JW.J]
F0171O03R525w0018 [R525JW.J]
F0172A01S211f0105 [S211JW.J]
F0172A01S211f0162 [S211JW.J]
F0172A01S211f0170 [S211JW.J]
F0172A01S211f0189 [S211JW.J]
F0172A30WX07Topsoil in k32 [WX07JW1.J]
F0172A35S308v88 [S308JW.J]
F0172B11QX09Topsoil in k32, hard with many roots. [QX09JW.J]
F0172F02QX04>0co f0174 [QX04JW1.J]
F0172I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0172I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0172I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0172I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0172O03R525w0023 [R525JW.J]
F0172O03R525w0025 [R525JW.J]
F0172O03R525w0026 [R525JW.J]
F0173A30WX07Natural floor in k22 under accumulation f168 and above glacis f241. [WX07JW1.J]
F0173A35S308v105 [S308JW.J]
F0173B11QX09A hard-packed dirt floor surface containing imbedded pebbles and sherds laying horizontally in the north baulk of k22. [QX09JW.J]
F0173F02QX04<0co f0168 [QX04JW1.J]
F0173F02QX04<7re f0242 [QX04JW1.J]
F0173F02QX04<7re f0243 [QX04JW1.J]
F0173F02QX04<7re f0244 [QX04JW1.J]
F0173F02QX04<7re f0245 [QX04JW1.J]
F0173F02QX04<7re f0246 [QX04JW1.J]
F0173F02QX04<7re f0329 [QX04JW1.J]
F0173F02QX04>0co f0241 [QX04JW1.J]
F0173I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0173I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0173I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0173I10WX07Natural floor under accumulation f168 and above glacis f241 [WX07JW.J]
F0173I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Stone tool fragments were ubiquitous. [WX07JW.J]
F0173O03R525w0019 [R525JW.J]
F0173O03R525w0020 [R525JW.J]
F0173O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0173O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0174A01S212f0106 [S212JW4.J]
F0174A01S212f0109 [S212JW4.J]
F0174A01S212f0165 [S212JW4.J]
F0174A30WX07Natural accumulation in k32 under topsoil f172 and above accumulation f177. [WX07JW1.J]
F0174A35S308v88 [S308JW.J]
F0174B11QX09It is compact and not very friable, it presents many roots, little stones and some pottery sherds. The colour is light brown. In k32 [QX09JW.J]
F0174F02QX04<0co f0172 [QX04JW1.J]
F0174F02QX04<5si f0183 [QX04JW1.J]
F0174F02QX04>0co f0177 [QX04JW1.J]
F0174I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0174I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0174I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0174I10WX07Natural accumulation below topsoil f172 and above accumulation f177. [WX07JW.J]
F0174I11WX07Ceramics were unremarkable. Items were ubiquitous clay and stone artifacts. [WX07JW.J]
F0174O03R525w0023 [R525JW.J]
F0174O03R525w0025 [R525JW.J]
F0174O03R525w0026 [R525JW.J]
F0174O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0175A30WX07Cluster of small stones and binding soil in k31 that sits in f176 [WX07JW1.J]
F0175A35S308v77 [S308JW.J]
F0175B11QX09This feature presents some stones laying in a quite circular shape (like a tear) it is compact and hard, it is a little bit wet, the colour is brownish. It presents some very little white roots. In k31 [QX09JW.J]
F0175D03R3012565 (40836 48037 - 9193 / Relay location: SW corner) [R301JW4R.J]
F0175F02QX04>5si f0176 [QX04JW1.J]
F0175I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0175I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0175I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0175I10WX07Cluster of small stones and binding soil that sits in f176 [WX07JW.J]
F0175O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0176A30WX07Natural accumulation in k31 under accumulation f171 and atop accumulation f179 [WX07JW1.J]
F0176A35S308v77 [S308JW.J]
F0176B11QX09It presents little chunks, some white inclusions, many little roots. In the chunks there are very small granular stones. The colour is more brown and it is more soft than f171.In k31. [QX09JW.J]
F0176F02QX04<0co f0171 [QX04JW1.J]
F0176F02QX04<5si f0175 [QX04JW1.J]
F0176F02QX04<5si f0178 [QX04JW1.J]
F0176F02QX04>0co f0179 [QX04JW1.J]
F0176I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0176I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0176I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0176I10WX07Natural accumulation under accumulation f171 and atop accumulation f179 [WX07JW.J]
F0176I11WX07Ceramics were widely mixed from EDIII to Mittani to Middle Assyrian. [WX07JW.J]
F0176O03R525w0018 [R525JW.J]
F0176O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0177A30WX07Natural accumulation in k32 under topsoil and above accumulation f177. [WX07JW1.J]
F0177A35S308v88 [S308JW.J]
F0177B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation f174 in k32. [QX09JW.J]
F0177D03R3012566 (41032 48293 - 9202 / Relay location: SE corner) [R302JW-R.J]
F0177D03R3012567 (41125 48052 - 9177 / Relay location: SW corner) [R302JW-R.J]
F0177D03R3012568 (41315 48062 - 9173 / Relay location: NW corner) [R302JW-R.J]
F0177D03R3012569 (41206 48363 - 9204 / Relay location: NE corner) [R302JW-R.J]
F0177F02QX04<0co f0174 [QX04JW1.J]
F0177F02QX04>1ov f0181 [QX04JW1.J]
F0177I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0177I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0177I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0177I10WX07Natural accumulation under topsoil and above accumulation f177. [WX07JW.J]
F0177I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0177O03R525w0023 [R525JW.J]
F0177O03R525w0025 [R525JW.J]
F0177O03R525w0026 [R525JW.J]
F0177O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0178A30WX07Displaced stone in k31 that sits in accumulation f176. [WX07JW1.J]
F0178A35S308v77 [S308JW.J]
F0178F02QX04>5si f0176 [QX04JW1.J]
F0178I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0178I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0178I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0178I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f176. [WX07JW.J]
F0178O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0179A30WX07Natural accumulation in k31 under accumulation f176 and overlaying accumulation f181. [WX07JW1.J]
F0179A35S308w18 [S308JW.J]
F0179F02QX04<0co f0176 [QX04JW1.J]
F0179F02QX04>1ov f0181 [QX04JW1.J]
F0179I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0179I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0179I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0179I10WX07Natural accumulation under accumulation f176 and overlaying accumulation f181. [WX07JW.J]
F0179I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. [WX07JW.J]
F0179O03R525w0018 [R525JW.J]
F0179O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0180A30WX07Thin layer of accumulation in k23 under f151 and above glacis f152. [WX07JW1.J]
F0180B11QX09A thin,brownish gray accumulation atop the wahal glacis, f152. There were three pits nearby and they could have been the source of ash to provide a gray tint to the soil of this feature as the glacis became covered with loess. [QX09JW.J]
F0180F02QX04<1ov f0150 [QX04JW1.J]
F0180F02QX04<1ov f0151 [QX04JW1.J]
F0180F02QX04>0co f0152 [QX04JW1.J]
F0180I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0180I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0180I04WX07s120b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0180I10WX07Natural accumulation below layers f150 and f151 and atop floor f152. [WX07JW.J]
F0180I11WX07No ceramic or items were recovered from this thin layer. [WX07JW.J]
F0180O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0180O23S307No photograph was taken to highlight this particular feature. It may appear as a faint trace in a section photograph, but we could not definitely identify it as such. [S307JW.J]
F0180O23S308No photograph was taken to highlight this particular feature. It may appear as a faint trace in a section photograph, but we could not definitely identify it as such. [S308JW1.J]
F0180Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0181A30WX07Natural accumulation in k31 under accumulation f179 and atop accumulation f182. [WX07JW1.J]
F0181A35S308v88 [S308JW.J]
F0181B11QX09This feature is soft, friable and powdery, it comes out in medium chunks. It present small white roots. There are few little stones, the colour is very pale brown. It covers f182 [QX09JW.J]
F0181F02Q826<5si q0234 [Q829JW1.J]
F0181F02Q826<5si q0234 [QX02JW.J]
F0181F02QX04<1ov f0177 [QX04JW1.J]
F0181F02QX04<1ov f0179 [QX04JW1.J]
F0181F02QX04<1ov f0194 [QX04JW1.J]
F0181F02QX04<1ov f0204 [QX04JW1.J]
F0181F02QX04>0co f0182 [QX04JW1.J]
F0181I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0181I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0181I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0181I10WX07Natural accumulation under accumulations f179, 194, and f204. It covers accumulation f182. [WX07JW.J]
F0181I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Sole item was a ubiquitous stone tool. [WX07JW.J]
F0181O03R525w0023 [R525JW.J]
F0181O03R525w0024 [R525JW.J]
F0181O03R525w0025 [R525JW.J]
F0181O03R525w0026 [R525JW.J]
F0181O08R321p0023 [R321JW3.J]
F0182A30WX07Natural accumulation in k31 under accumulation f181 and atop accumulation f184. [WX07JW1.J]
F0182A35S308v88 [S308JW.J]
F0182B11QX09this feature is an accumulation that contains very fine material, there were very few sherds of pottery, it covers f184. In k109. [QX09JW.J]
F0182D03R3022570 (41205 48366 - 9159 / Relay location: NE corner) [R302JW3R.J]
F0182D03R3022571 (41322 48061 - 9131 / Relay location: NW corner) [R302JW3R.J]
F0182F02Q826<5si q0235 [Q829JW1.J]
F0182F02Q826<5si q0235 [QX02JW.J]
F0182F02QX04<0co f0181 [QX04JW1.J]
F0182F02QX04<7re f0237 [QX04JW1.J]
F0182F02QX04>0co f0184 [QX04JW1.J]
F0182I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0182I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0182I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0182I10WX07Natural accumulation under accumulation f181 and atop natural floor f184. [WX07JW.J]
F0182I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Items include kiln waste, shell, and stone tool; all ubiquitous. [WX07JW.J]
F0182O03R525w0023 [R525JW.J]
F0182O03R525w0026 [R525JW.J]
F0182O08R321p0024 [R321JW3.J]
F0183A30WX07Displaced stone in k32 that sits in accumulation f174. [WX07JW1.J]
F0183A35S308v84 [S308JW.J]
F0183B11QX09A large limestone block that sits in natural accumulation f174, near the surface. It is one of a several of these blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11 in k32. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0183B11QX09An isolated limestone block along the former west baulk of k109. [QX09JW.J]
F0183F02QX04>5si f0174 [QX04JW1.J]
F0183I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0183I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0183I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0183I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f174. [WX07JW.J]
F0183O08R321p0024 [R321JW3.J]
F0184A30WX07Compacted soil floor in k31 under accumulation f182 and atop accumulation f240. [WX07JW1.J]
F0184A35S308v88 [S308JW.J]
F0184B11QX09Floor in k109. It is a continuation to the north of the mud glacis, f241. It has some sherds of pottery that were pressed flat into the surface. [QX09JW.J]
F0184F02QX04<0co f0182 [QX04JW1.J]
F0184F02QX04<7re f0185 [QX04JW1.J]
F0184F02QX04<7re f0186 [QX04JW1.J]
F0184F02QX04<7re f0187 [QX04JW1.J]
F0184F02QX04<7re f0188 [QX04JW1.J]
F0184F02QX04>0co f0240 [QX04JW1.J]
F0184I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0184I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0184I04WX07s120b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0184I10WX07Compacted natural floor under accumulation f182 and atop accumulation f240. [WX07JW.J]
F0184I11WX07No ceramic or items were recovered from this thin layer. [WX07JW.J]
F0184O01Q909v0116 [RX31JW.J]
F0184O01Q909v0116a [RX31JW.J]
F0184O03R525w0024 [R525JW.J]
F0184O03R525w0026 [R525JW.J]
F0184O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0185A30WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8 in k109 that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW1.J]
F0185A35S308v88 [S308JW.J]
F0185B11QX09One of six large limestone blocks in k109 that form part of a stone arc, a9, over a line of memory stones installed when the revetment wall, f11, was covered [QX09JW.J]
F0185F02QX04>7re f0184 [QX04JW1.J]
F0185I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0185I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0185I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0185I10WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8, that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW.J]
F0185O08R321p0016 [R321JW3.J]
F0185O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0186A30WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8 in k109 that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW1.J]
F0186A35S308v88 [S308JW.J]
F0186B11QX09One of six large limestone blocks in k109 that form part of a stone arc, a9, over a line of memory stones installed when the revetment wall, f11, was covered [QX09JW.J]
F0186F02QX04>7re f0184 [QX04JW1.J]
F0186I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0186I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0186I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0186I10WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8, that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW.J]
F0186O08R321p0016 [R321JW3.J]
F0186O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0187A30WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8 in k109 that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW1.J]
F0187A35S308v88 [S308JW.J]
F0187B11QX09One of six large limestone blocks in k109 that form part of a stone arc, a9, over a line of memory stones installed when the revetment wall, f11, was covered [QX09JW.J]
F0187F02QX04>7re f0184 [QX04JW1.J]
F0187I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0187I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0187I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0187I10WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8, that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW.J]
F0187O08R321p0016 [R321JW3.J]
F0187O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0188A30WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8 in k109 that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW1.J]
F0188A35S308v84 [S308JW.J]
F0188B11QX09One of six large limestone blocks in k109 that form part of a stone arc, a9, over a line of memory stones installed when the revetment wall, f11, was covered [QX09JW.J]
F0188F02QX04>7re f0184 [QX04JW1.J]
F0188I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0188I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0188I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0188I10WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8, that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW.J]
F0188O08R321p0016 [R321JW3.J]
F0188O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0189A01S211f0133 [S211JW.J]
F0189A01S211f0172 [S211JW.J]
F0189A30WX07Topsoil in k109 [WX07JW1.J]
F0189A35S308w24 [S308JW.J]
F0189B11QX09topsoil, very hard with many roots, it covers f191, there were 47 pottery sherd and 5 rings. It covers f191. [QX09JW.J]
F0189B99S430the N half of k32 [S430JW.J]
F0189F02QX04>0co f0191 [QX04JW1.J]
F0189I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0189I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0189I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0189I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0189O03R525w0024 [R525JW.J]
F0189O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0190A30WX07Cluster of small stones in k23 that sit in accumulation f140. [WX07JW1.J]
F0190B11Q827A group of small stones which sit in accumulation, f140, just under the surface in the middle of the east baulk of k23. [Q827JW.J]
F0190B11QX09A group of small stones which sit in accumulation, f140, just under the surface in the middle of the east baulk of k23. [QX09JW.J]
F0190F02QX04>5si f0140 [QX04JW1.J]
F0190I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0190I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0190I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0190I10WX07Cluster of small stones that sit in accumulation f140. [WX07JW.J]
F0190O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0190O23S308No photograph was taken to highlight this particular feature. It may appear as a faint trace in a section photograph, but we could not definitely identify it as such. [S308JW1.J]
F0190Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0191A30WX07Natural accumulation in k109 under topsoil f189 and atop accumulation f193. [WX07JW1.J]
F0191A35S308w24 [S308JW.J]
F0191B11QX09feature in k109 under the topsoil, it is granular and there's few small stones sherds and some roots. It comes out in little chunks. It is compact and hard and present some pottery even in big sherds. It covers f193. [QX09JW.J]
F0191F02QX04<0co f0189 [QX04JW1.J]
F0191F02QX04>0co f0193 [QX04JW1.J]
F0191I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0191I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0191I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0191I10WX07Natural accumulation in under topsoil f189 and atop accumulation f193. [WX07JW.J]
F0191I11WX07Ceramics mixed from Ninevite V to Mittani. Sole item was modern nailhead. [WX07JW.J]
F0191O03R525w0024 [R525JW.J]
F0191O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0192A30WX07Brick, seen in section of k23, that overlays glacis f109. [WX07JW1.J]
F0192B11Q827A single red brick, laid horizontally and seen only in section in the north baulk in the northeast corner of the locus. Above it may be a pise structure, the possibility of which will be investigated on Q828. [Q827JW.J]
F0192B11QX09A single red brick, laid horizontally and seen only in section in the north baulk in the northeast corner of the locus. Above it may be a pise structure, the possibility of which will be investigated on Q828. [QX09JW.J]
F0192F02QX04>1ov f0109 [QX04JW1.J]
F0192I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0192I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0192I04WX07s190-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0192I10WX07Brick, seen in section of k23, that overlays glacis f109. [WX07JW.J]
F0192O23S308No photograph was taken to highlight this particular feature. It may appear as a faint trace in a section photograph, but we could not definitely identify it as such. [S308JW1.J]
F0192Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0193A30WX07Natural accumulation in k109 under accumulation f191 and atop accumulation f194. [WX07JW1.J]
F0193A35S308w24 [S308JW.J]
F0193B11QX09granular feature with medium chunks, it isn't very friable and there are very few small stones and few pottery. It present small white roots, it is a lamination. It covers f194, f196 and f197 [QX09JW.J]
F0193F02QX04<0co f0191 [QX04JW1.J]
F0193F02QX04>0co f0194 [QX04JW1.J]
F0193I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0193I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0193I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0193I10WX07Natural accumulation under accumulation f191 and atop accumulation f194. [WX07JW.J]
F0193I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. No items were recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0193O03R525w0024 [R525JW.J]
F0193O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0194A30WX07Natural accumulation in k109 under accumulation f193 and overlaying accumulation f181 and glacis f241. [WX07JW1.J]
F0194A35S308v90 [S308JW.J]
F0194B11QX09It is sandy but hard, greyish with few small stone's pebbles. [QX09JW.J]
F0194F02QX04<0co f0193 [QX04JW1.J]
F0194F02QX04<5si f0196 [QX04JW1.J]
F0194F02QX04<5si f0197 [QX04JW1.J]
F0194F02QX04>1ov f0181 [QX04JW1.J]
F0194F02QX04>1ov f0241 [QX04JW1.J]
F0194I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0194I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0194I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0194I10WX07Natural accumulation under accumulation f193 and overlaying accumulation f181 and glacis f241. [WX07JW.J]
F0194I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed Recovered items include ubiquitous clay and stone artifacts. [WX07JW.J]
F0194O03R525w0024 [R525JW.J]
F0194O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0195A30WX07Large stone in k22, a component of installation a7, that sits in accumulation f167. [WX07JW1.J]
F0195A35S308v92 [S308JW.J]
F0195B11QX09A large limestone block in the north east corner of k22. It is a component of living space installation a7 and is one of three stone blocks running N-S that do join the E-W line of a4 to form an "L". As it shelters one from both the north and west winds, it may have been associated with activities in the vicinity of a tannur and packed earth floor. [QX09JW.J]
F0195F02QX04>5si f0168 [QX04JW1.J]
F0195I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0195I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0195I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0195I10WX07Large stone in k22, a component of installation a7, that sits in accumulation f167. [WX07JW.J]
F0195O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0195O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0196A30WX07Lens of natural hard soil in k109 that sits in accumulation f194. [WX07JW1.J]
F0196A35S308v90 [S308JW.J]
F0196B11QX09friable and hard feature, the colour is brownish. [QX09JW.J]
F0196F02QX04>5si f0194 [QX04JW1.J]
F0196I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0196I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0196I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0196I10WX07Lens of natural hard soil that sits in accumulation f194. [WX07JW.J]
F0196I11WX07No ceramic or items were recovered from this thin lens. [WX07JW.J]
F0196O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0197A30WX07Cluster of pebbles in a mud matrix in k109 that sit in accumulation f194. [WX07JW1.J]
F0197A35S308v90 [S308JW.J]
F0197B11QX09It is more greysh than f196, there's less small white roots. It is compact and it present some pottery sherds. There are some limestones and some soft stones (maybe sandstones). [QX09JW.J]
F0197F02QX04>5si f0194 [QX04JW1.J]
F0197I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0197I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0197I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0197I10WX07Cluster of pebbles in a mud matrix that sit in accumulation f194. [WX07JW.J]
F0197O08R321p0026 [R321JW3.J]
F0198A01S211f0122 [S211JW.J]
F0198A01S212f0126 [S212JW2.J]
F0198A01S212f0170 [S212JW2.J]
F0198A30WX07Topsoil in k31. [WX07JW1.J]
F0198B11QX09topsoil in the southern part of k31, it is hard with many roots and few pottery, it covers f199. [QX09JW.J]
F0198F02QX04>0co f0199 [QX04JW1.J]
F0198I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0198I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0198I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0198I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0198O23S308No photograph was taken to highlight this particular feature. It may appear as a faint trace in a section photograph, but we could not definitely identify it as such. [S308JW1.J]
F0198Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0199A01S212f0129 [S212JW3.J]
F0199A01S212f0171 [S212JW4.J]
F0199A01S212f0233 [S212JW3.J]
F0199A30WX07Natural accumulation in k31 under topsoil f198 and atop accumulation f202 [WX07JW1.J]
F0199B11QX09feature under the topsoil, it is very hard and comes out in big and hard chunks. It present a lot of roots and some little pottery sherds. We found in it a limestone (f200). [QX09JW.J]
F0199F02QX04<0co f0198 [QX04JW1.J]
F0199F02QX04<5si f0200 [QX04JW1.J]
F0199F02QX04>0co f0202 [QX04JW1.J]
F0199I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0199I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0199I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0199I10WX07Natural accumulation in under topsoil f198 and atop accumulation f202 [WX07JW.J]
F0199I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed Recovered items include ubiquitous clay and stone artifacts. [WX07JW.J]
F0199O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0199O23S308No photograph was taken to highlight this particular feature. It may appear as a faint trace in a section photograph, but we could not definitely identify it as such. [S308JW1.J]
F0199Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0200A30WX07Displaced stone in k31 that sits in accumulation f199. [WX07JW1.J]
F0200B11QX09Large limestone block that sits in natural accumulation f199. [QX09JW.J]
F0200F02QX04>5si f0199 [QX04JW1.J]
F0200I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0200I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0200I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0200I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f199. [WX07JW.J]
F0200O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0200O23S308No photograph was taken to highlight this particular feature. It may appear as an unidentified object in a photograph, but we could not definitely identify it as such. [S308JW1.J]
F0200Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0201A30WX07Large stone in k22, a component of installation a7, that sits in accumulation f167. [WX07JW1.J]
F0201A35S310v92 [S310JW.J]
F0201B11QX09Large limestone block previously designated as f169 and equal to it. A large limestone block in the north east corner of k22. It is a component of living space installation a7 and is one of three stone blocks running N-S that do join the E-W line of a4 to form an "L". As it shelters one from both the north and west winds, it may have been associated with activities in the vicinity of a tannur and packed earth floor. [QX09JW.J]
F0201F02QX04>5si f0168 [QX04JW1.J]
F0201I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0201I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0201I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0201I10WX07Large stone in k22, a component of installation a7, that sits in accumulation f167. [WX07JW.J]
F0201O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0202A30WX07Natural accumulation in k31 under accumulation f199 and atop accumulation f204. [WX07JW1.J]
F0202B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation f199 in k31. It is hard, compacted, but changes to sandy when crushed. [QX09JW.J]
F0202F02QX04<0co f0199 [QX04JW1.J]
F0202F02QX04>0co f0204 [QX04JW1.J]
F0202I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0202I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0202I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0202I10WX07Natural accumulation in k31 under accumulation f199 and atop accumulation f204. [WX07JW.J]
F0202I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed Recovered items include ubiquitous clay and stone artifacts. [WX07JW.J]
F0202O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0202O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0202Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0203A01S310f0098 [S310JW1.J]
F0203A30WX07Soil pillars in k108 supporting several displaced stones that are remainders from the previous J2 excavations. [WX07JW1.J]
F0203A35S310v101 [S310JW.J]
F0203B11QX09the texture is friable and quite soft, it is a little bit wet and comes out medium chunks, there are very few pottery sherds. We found three big stones in it. [QX09JW.J]
F0203F02QX04<5si f0210 [QX04JW1.J]
F0203F02QX04<5si f0211 [QX04JW1.J]
F0203F02QX04<5si f0212 [QX04JW1.J]
F0203F02QX04>0co f0213 [QX04JW1.J]
F0203F02QX04>0co f0214 [QX04JW1.J]
F0203I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0203I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0203I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0203I10WX07Soil pillars in k108 supporting several displaced stones that are remainders from the previous J2 excavations. [WX07JW.J]
F0203I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. No items were recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0203O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0204A30WX07Natural accumulation in k31 under accumulation f204 and overlaying accumulation f181 [WX07JW1.J]
F0204B11QX09Soft lamination with very small white roots, it is greyish and comes out in medium chunks. [QX09JW.J]
F0204F02QX04<0co f0202 [QX04JW1.J]
F0204F02QX04>1ov f0181 [QX04JW1.J]
F0204I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0204I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0204I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0204I10WX07Natural accumulation in k31 under accumulation f204 and overlaying accumulation f181 [WX07JW.J]
F0204I11WX07Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. No items were recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0204O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0204Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0205A01S310f0130 [S310JW1.J]
F0205A21Q830st [QX06EI.J]
F0205A30WX07Component stone of installation a7 in k13 that sits in accumulation f107. Duplicate designation of f130. [WX07JW1.J]
F0205B11QX09Large limestone block previously designated as f130 and equal to it. [QX09JW.J]
F0205D01Q830k13 [QX06EI.J]
F0205D06Q8309242 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0205D06Q8309312 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0205F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0205I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0205I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0205I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0205I10WX07Component stone of installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107. = f130. [WX07JW.J]
F0205K03Q830li [QX06EI.J]
F0205O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0205Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0206A01S310f0117 [S310JW1.J]
F0206A21Q830st [QX06EI.J]
F0206A30WX07Component stone of installation a7 in k13 that sits in accumulation f107. Duplicate designation of f117. [WX07JW1.J]
F0206B11QX09Large limestone block previously designated as f117 and equal to it. [QX09JW.J]
F0206D01Q830k13 [QX06EI.J]
F0206D06Q8309248 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0206D06Q8309310 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0206F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0206I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0206I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0206I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0206I10WX07Component stone of installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107. = f117. [WX07JW.J]
F0206K03Q830li [QX06EI.J]
F0206O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0206Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0207A01S310f0132 [S310JW1.J]
F0207A21Q830st [QX06EI.J]
F0207A30WX07Component stone of installation a7 in k13 that sits in accumulation f107. Duplicate designation of f132. [WX07JW1.J]
F0207B11QX09Large limestone block previously designated as f132 and equal to it. [QX09JW.J]
F0207D01Q830k13 [QX06EI.J]
F0207D06Q8309239 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0207D06Q8309297 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0207F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0207I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0207I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0207I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0207I10WX07Component stone of installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107. = f132. [WX07JW.J]
F0207K03Q830li [QX06EI.J]
F0207O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0207Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0208A01S310f0112 [S310JW1.J]
F0208A21Q830st [QX06EI.J]
F0208A30WX07Component stone of installation a7 in k13 that sits in accumulation f107. Duplicate designation of f112. [WX07JW1.J]
F0208B11QX09Large limestone block previously designated as f112 and equal to it. [QX09JW.J]
F0208D01Q830k13 [QX06EI.J]
F0208D06Q8309247 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0208D06Q8309318 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0208F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0208I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0208I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0208I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0208I10WX07Component stone of installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107. = f112. [WX07JW.J]
F0208K03Q830li [QX06EI.J]
F0208O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0208Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0209A01S310f0116 [S310JW1.J]
F0209A01S310f0152 [S310JW1.J]
F0209A30WX07Soil pedestal in k13 supporting the stones of a7 equal to f116.. [WX07JW1.J]
F0209A35S310v93 [S310JW.J]
F0209B11QX09Soil under the stones of a4 in the south baulk of k13 and atop the baqaya glacis, f109. Although it was impossible to differentiate layers in the confined space of the baulk, it was, like f116, undoubtedly a combination of soil features f114, f121, and f120. [QX09JW.J]
F0209F02QX04<0co f0107 [QX04JW1.J]
F0209F02QX04>1ov f0109 [QX04JW1.J]
F0209I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0209I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0209I04WX07s180-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0209I10WX07Soil pedestal supporting the stones of a7. = f116.. [WX07JW.J]
F0209O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0210A30WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f203. [WX07JW1.J]
F0210A35S310v97 [S310JW.J]
F0210B11QX09One of a group of three large limestone blocks along the south baulk of k21, which was partially excavated in MZ17 as a part of J2. Its sits in natural accumulation f203. One of a number of floating stones from deteriorating structures higher on the temple that were probably carried down the slope in antquity by rain runoff [QX09JW.J]
F0210F02QX04>5si f0203 [QX04JW1.J]
F0210I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0210I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0210I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0210I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f203. [WX07JW.J]
F0210O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0211A30WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f203. [WX07JW1.J]
F0211A35S310v97 [S310JW.J]
F0211B11QX09One of a group of three large limestone blocks along the south baulk of k21, which was partially excavated in MZ17 as a part of J2. Its sits in natural accumulation f203. One of a number of floating stones from deteriorating structures higher on the temple that were probably carried down the slope in antquity by rain runoff [QX09JW.J]
F0211F02QX04>5si f0203 [QX04JW1.J]
F0211I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0211I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0211I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0211I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f203. [WX07JW.J]
F0211O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0212A30WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f203. [WX07JW1.J]
F0212A35S310v97 [S310JW.J]
F0212B11QX09One of a group of three large limestone blocks along the south baulk of k21, which was partially excavated in MZ17 as a part of J2. Its sits in natural accumulation f203. One of a number of floating stones from deteriorating structures higher on the temple that were probably carried down the slope in antquity by rain runoff [QX09JW.J]
F0212F02QX04>5si f0203 [QX04JW1.J]
F0212I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0212I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0212I04WX07s80-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0212I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f203. [WX07JW.J]
F0212O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0213A01S310f0103 [S310JW1.J]
F0213A30WX07Natural accumulation layer in k108 below soil pillar f203 and above accumulation f148. [WX07JW1.J]
F0213A35S310v97 [S310JW.J]
F0213B11QX09Lamination with no sherds of pottery. It was compacted and wet. It breaks into big chunks under pressure. [QX09JW.J]
F0213F02QX04<0co f0203 [QX04JW1.J]
F0213F02QX04<5si f0236 [QX04JW1.J]
F0213F02QX04>0co f0152 [QX04JW1.J]
F0213I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0213I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0213I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0213I10WX07Natural accumulation layer below soil pillar f203 and above accumulation f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0213I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Sole item was a ubiquitous stone tool. [WX07JW.J]
F0213O08R321p0028 [R321JW3.J]
F0214A30WX07Natural accumulation layer in k108 below soil pillar f203 and above accumulation f123. [WX07JW1.J]
F0214A35S310v106 [S310JW.J]
F0214B11QX09Natural accumulation seen in the baulk of k22 south. It corresponds to natural accumulation f113. [QX09JW.J]
F0214F02QX04<0co f0203 [QX04JW1.J]
F0214F02QX04>0co f0123 [QX04JW1.J]
F0214I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0214I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0214I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0214I10WX07Natural accumulation layer below soil pillar f203 and above accumulation f123. [WX07JW.J]
F0214I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Sole item was a ubiquitous clay wheel.. [WX07JW.J]
F0214O03R525w0029 [R525JW.J]
F0215A30WX07Small red brick structure near pits a6, a10 and abutting accumulation f270. [WX07JW1.J]
F0215A35S310v146 [S310JW.J]
F0215B11Q913A line of red bricks along the north baulk of k23. It is a single layer to the west, but has at least two courses to the east, the topmost of which are out of place. There were bricks on edge on a N-S line about 50cm long leading towards pit, a10. The function of this part cannot be determined because they are too eroded. [Q913JW.J]
F0215B11QX09A line of red bricks along the north baulk of k23. It is a single layer to the west, but has at least two courses to the east, the topmost of which are out of place. There were bricks on edge on a N-S line about 50cm long leading towards pit, a10. The function of this part cannot be determined because they are too eroded. [QX09JW.J]
F0215F02QX04<0co f0252 [QX04JW1.J]
F0215F02QX04>1ov f0109 [QX04JW1.J]
F0215F02QX04>8ab f0152 [QX04JW1.J]
F0215I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0215I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0215I04WX07s190-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0215I10WX07Small red brick structure near pits a6, a10 and abutting accumulation f270. [WX07JW.J]
F0215O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
F0215O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
F0215O01R707v0164 [RX31JW.J]
F0215O01R707v0164a [RX31JW.J]
F0215O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0215Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
F0216A30WX07Component stone of installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107 in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0216A35S310v115 [S310JW.J]
F0216B11QX09A large limestone block in the north east corner of k22. It is a component of living space installation a7 and is one of three stone blocks running N-S that do join the E-W line of a4 to form an "L". As it shelters one from both the north and west winds, it may have been associated with activities in the vicinity of a tannur and packed earth floor. [QX09JW.J]
F0216F02QX04>5si f0168 [QX04JW1.J]
F0216I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0216I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0216I04WX07s60-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0216I10WX07Component stone of installation a7 that sits in accumulation f107. [WX07JW.J]
F0216O08R321p0015 [R321JW3.J]
F0216O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0217A30WX07Natural accumulation in the expanded southwest corner of k109 excavated for adjacent unit J1. [WX07JW1.J]
F0217B11QX09Natural accumulation in the far southeast corner of an expanded k109 that was excavated for J1. It was excavated by us because access for them would have been dangerous due to the proximity of a very high baulk formed when the full depth of the revetment wall was excavated last season. [QX09JW.J]
F0217I01W909s00-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0217I03W909h9s-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0217I04WX07s00-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0217I10WX07Natural accumulation in the expanded southwest corner excavated for adjacent unit J1. [WX07JW.J]
F0217I11WX07No ceramics collected. No items found. [WX07JW.J]
F0218A01S212f0233 [S212JW.J]
F0218A01S212f0238 [S212JW.J]
F0218A01S212f0633 [S212JW.J]
F0218A21Q902ts [QX06EI.J]
F0218A30WX07Topsoil in k91. [WX07JW1.J]
F0218A35S310v108 [S310JW.J]
F0218B11QX09Topsoil in k91. Its surface is smooth because it has been used as a path for dirt removal in this and previous seasons. [QX09JW.J]
F0218D01Q902k91 [QX06EI.J]
F0218D06Q9029233 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0218D06Q9029238 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0218F02QX04>0co f0220 [QX04JW1.J]
F0218I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0218I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0218I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0218I10WX07Topsoil on surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0218K05Q902pale brown [QX06EI.J]
F0218K06Q90210YR 6/3 [QX06EI.J]
F0218K07Q9024.0 [QX06EI.J]
F0218O01Q904v0108 [RX31JW.J]
F0218O01Q904v0108a [RX31JW.J]
F0218O01Q904v0108b [RX31JW.J]
F0218O01Q904v0108c [RX31JW.J]
F0218O01Q904v0108d [RX31JW.J]
F0218O03R525w0030 [R525JW.J]
F0218O03R525w0031 [R525JW.J]
F0218O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0218P02Q902Q902 [QX06EI.J]
F0219A01S211f0122 [S211JW.J]
F0219A01S211f0126 [S211JW.J]
F0219A01S211f0238 [S211JW.J]
F0219A21Q902ts [QX06EI.J]
F0219A30WX07Topsoil in k93. [WX07JW1.J]
F0219A35S310v100 [S310JW.J]
F0219B11QX09Topsoil in k93. It is hard and blocky with many big roots and very few pottery sherds. Its surface is smooth because it has been used as a path for dirt removal in this and previous seasons. [QX09JW.J]
F0219D01Q902k93 [QX06EI.J]
F0219D03Q902991 (40290 48138 - 9205 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX08JW1R.J]
F0219D03Q902992 (40149 48507 - 9205 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX08JW1R.J]
F0219D06Q9029197 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0219D06Q9029205 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0219F02QX04>0co f0221 [QX04JW1.J]
F0219I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0219I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0219I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0219I10WX07Topsoil on surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0219K05Q902brown [QX06EI.J]
F0219K06Q90210YR 5/3 [QX06EI.J]
F0219K07Q9024.0 [QX06EI.J]
F0219O01Q904v0106 [RX31JW.J]
F0219O01Q904v0106c [RX31JW.J]
F0219O01Q904v0106d [RX31JW.J]
F0219O03R525w0032 [R525JW.J]
F0219O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0219P02Q902Q903 [QX06EI.J]
F0220A01S212f0234 [S212JW3.J]
F0220A01S212f0239 [S212JW3.J]
F0220A01S212f0634 [S212JW3.J]
F0220A30WX07Natural accumulation in k91 below topsoil f218 and above accumulation f225. [WX07JW1.J]
F0220A35S310v108 [S310JW.J]
F0220B11QX09Natural accumulation under topsoil in k91. It has been penetrated with roots from shrubs, but is otherwise hard, probably from the occasional ponding of water and use as a pathway and gathering place over many years as well. Its color and texture indicate that it is most likely an aeolian deposit. [QX09JW.J]
F0220F02QX04<0co f0218 [QX04JW1.J]
F0220F02QX04>0co f0225 [QX04JW1.J]
F0220I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0220I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0220I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0220I10WX07Natural accumulation in below topsoil f218 and above accumulation f225. [WX07JW.J]
F0220I11WX07With one exception, all shape sherds were Mittani. Stone tools were ubiquitous. [WX07JW.J]
F0220O01Q904v0108 [RX31JW.J]
F0220O01Q904v0108a [RX31JW.J]
F0220O01Q904v0108b [RX31JW.J]
F0220O01Q904v0108c [RX31JW.J]
F0220O01Q904v0108d [RX31JW.J]
F0220O03R525w0030 [R525JW.J]
F0220O03R525w0031 [R525JW.J]
F0220O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0221A01S212f0129 [S212JW3.J]
F0221A01S212f0233 [S212JW3.J]
F0221A01S212f0239 [S212JW3.J]
F0221A30WX07Natural accumulation in k93 below topsoil f219 and above accumulation f224. [WX07JW1.J]
F0221A35S310v106 [S310JW.J]
F0221B11QX09Natural accumulation under the topsoil, f219, in k93. It is soft granular and compact with many roots inside and it is a little bit wet and chunky. We found few pottery sherds and no pebbles. Going down grows the presence of small white roots. It covers feature 224. [QX09JW.J]
F0221F02QX04<0co f0219 [QX04JW1.J]
F0221F02QX04<5si f0226 [QX04JW1.J]
F0221F02QX04>0co f0224 [QX04JW1.J]
F0221I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0221I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0221I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0221I10WX07Natural accumulation in below topsoil f219 and above accumulation f224. [WX07JW.J]
F0221I11WX07Ceramics analysis did not identify phase. Stone tools and a figurine were ubiquitous. [WX07JW.J]
F0221O01Q904v0106 [RX31JW.J]
F0221O01Q904v0106c [RX31JW.J]
F0221O01Q904v0106d [RX31JW.J]
F0221O03R525w0029 [R525JW.J]
F0221O03R525w0032 [R525JW.J]
F0221O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0222A30WX07Topsoil in k94. [WX07JW1.J]
F0222A35S310v107 [S310JW.J]
F0222B11QX09Topsoil in k94. Its surface is smooth because it has been used as a path for dirt removal in this and previous seasons. [QX09JW.J]
F0222D03R3032009 (40469 47672 - 9201 / Relay location: SW corner) [R303JW2R.J]
F0222D03R3032010 (40330 48040 - 9208 / Relay location: SE corner) [R303JW2R.J]
F0222F02QX04>0co f0223 [QX04JW1.J]
F0222I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0222I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0222I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0222I10WX07Topsoil on surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0222O01Q904v0107 [RX31JW.J]
F0222O01Q904v0107a [RX31JW.J]
F0222O01Q904v0107b [RX31JW.J]
F0222O01Q904v0107c [RX31JW.J]
F0222O01Q904v0107d [RX31JW.J]
F0222O03R525w0028 [R525JW.J]
F0222O03R525w0033 [R525JW.J]
F0222O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0223A30WX07Natural accumulation in k94 below topsoil f222 and above accumulation f333. [WX07JW1.J]
F0223A35S310v107 [S310JW.J]
F0223B11QX09Natural accumulation under topsoil f222 in k94. It is hard, but nevertheless filled with roots and animal burrows. [QX09JW.J]
F0223D03R3032011 (40474 47680 - 9185 / Relay location: SW corner) [R303JW2R.J]
F0223D03R3032012 (40340 48033 - 9198 / Relay location: SE corner) [R303JW2R.J]
F0223D03R3032015 (40474 47680 - 9185 / Relay location: SW corner) [R303JW2R.J]
F0223F02QX04<0co f0222 [QX04JW1.J]
F0223F02QX04<5si f0235 [QX04JW1.J]
F0223F02QX04>0co f0333 [QX04JW1.J]
F0223I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0223I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0223I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0223I10WX07Natural accumulation below topsoil f222 and above accumulation f333. [WX07JW.J]
F0223I11WX07Ceramics were primarily late (Middle Assyrian and Mittani) [WX07JW.J]
F0223O01Q904v0107 [RX31JW.J]
F0223O01Q904v0107a [RX31JW.J]
F0223O01Q904v0107b [RX31JW.J]
F0223O01Q904v0107c [RX31JW.J]
F0223O01Q904v0107d [RX31JW.J]
F0223O03R525w0028 [R525JW.J]
F0223O03R525w0033 [R525JW.J]
F0223O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0224A30WX07Natural accumulation in k93 below accumulation f221. [WX07JW1.J]
F0224A35S310v106 [S310JW.J]
F0224B11QX09It presents many little white roots, but no big roots and not stone pebbles; it is sandy and comes out in medium blocks when picked. We found two big floating stones (f227, f228) sitting in this feature and very few pottery sherds.(bL) A compact light brown natural accumulation under natural accumulation, f221 in k93.(jW) [QX09JW.J]
F0224F02QX04<0co f0221 [QX04JW1.J]
F0224F02QX04<5si f0227 [QX04JW1.J]
F0224F02QX04<5si f0228 [QX04JW1.J]
F0224I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0224I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0224I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0224I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f221. [WX07JW.J]
F0224I11WX07Ceramics analysis did not identify phase. Stamp seal could not be dated. [WX07JW.J]
F0224O01Q904v0106 [RX31JW.J]
F0224O01Q904v0106c [RX31JW.J]
F0224O01Q904v0106d [RX31JW.J]
F0224O03R525w0029 [R525JW.J]
F0224O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0225A30WX07Natural accumulation in k91 below accumulation f220. [WX07JW1.J]
F0225A35S310v108 [S310JW.J]
F0225B11QX09Natural accumulation under natural accumulation f220 in k91. It is relatively clean and hard. It is one of the series of aeolian accumulations to have covered the plaza during and after the Mittani period. [QX09JW.J]
F0225F02QX04<0co f0220 [QX04JW1.J]
F0225I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0225I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0225I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0225I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f220. [WX07JW.J]
F0225I11WX07Ceramics were mixed as could be expected in abandonment and with erosion at higher elevations. No items found. [WX07JW.J]
F0225O01Q904v0108 [RX31JW.J]
F0225O01Q904v0108a [RX31JW.J]
F0225O01Q904v0108b [RX31JW.J]
F0225O01Q904v0108c [RX31JW.J]
F0225O01Q904v0108d [RX31JW.J]
F0225O03R525w0030 [R525JW.J]
F0225O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0226A30WX07Displaced stone in k93 that sits in accumulation f221. [WX07JW1.J]
F0226A35S310v106 [S310JW.J]
F0226B11QX09A large limestone block which sits in natural accumulation f221 in k93. One of a number of such stones that sit in natural accumulations to the south of the revetment wall, f11. Since generally the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound to its current location. However, because it is located about 5 meters south of the wall face, it is also possible that the stone was placed for a specific purpose by transients, who then abandoned it in place. [QX09JW.J]
F0226B99S430north stone in section [S430JW.J]
F0226F02QX04>5si f0221 [QX04JW1.J]
F0226I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0226I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0226I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0226I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f221. [WX07JW.J]
F0226O01Q904v0106 [RX31JW.J]
F0226O01Q904v0106d [RX31JW.J]
F0226O03R525w0029 [R525JW.J]
F0226O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0227A30WX07Displaced stone in k93 that sits in accumulation f225. [WX07JW1.J]
F0227A35S310v106 [S310JW.J]
F0227B11QX09A large limestone block which sits in natural layer f224 in k93. One of a number of such stones that sit in natural accumulations to the south of the revetment wall, f11. Since generally the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound to its current location. However, because it is located about 5 meters south of the wall face, it is also possible that the stone was placed for a specific purpose by transients, who then abandoned it in place. [QX09JW.J]
F0227B99S430north west stone [S430JW.J]
F0227D03R3032041 (40360 48254 - 9118 / Relay location: SW corner) [R303JW3R.J]
F0227D03R3032042 (40402 48262 - 9130 / Relay location: NW corner) [R303JW3R.J]
F0227F02QX04>5si f0224 [QX04JW1.J]
F0227I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0227I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0227I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0227I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f225. [WX07JW.J]
F0227O01Q904v0106 [RX31JW.J]
F0227O01Q904v0106d [RX31JW.J]
F0227O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0228A30WX07Displaced stone in k93 that sits in accumulation f225. [WX07JW1.J]
F0228A35S310v106 [S310JW.J]
F0228B11QX09A large limestone block which sits in natural layer f224 in k93. One of a number of such stones that sit in natural accumulations to the south of the revetment wall, f11. Since generally the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound to its current location. However, because it is located about 5 meters south of the wall face, it is also possible that the stone was placed for a specific purpose by transients, who then abandoned it in place. [QX09JW.J]
F0228B99S430little stone in section [S430JW.J]
F0228F02QX04>5si f0224 [QX04JW1.J]
F0228I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0228I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0228I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0228I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f225. [WX07JW.J]
F0228O01Q904v0106 [RX31JW.J]
F0228O01Q904v0106c [RX31JW.J]
F0228O01Q904v0106d [RX31JW.J]
F0228O03R525w0029 [R525JW.J]
F0228O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0229A30WX07Displaced stone in k101 that sits in accumulation f13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0229B11QX09An isolated limestone block in natural accumulation f13 along the former east baulk of k101. One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0229F02QX04>5si f0013 [QX04JW1.J]
F0229I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0229I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0229I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0229I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0229Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0230A30WX07Displaced stone in k101 that sits in accumulation f13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0230B11QX09An isolated limestone block in natural accumulation f13 along the former east baulk of k101. One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0230F02QX04>5si f0013 [QX04JW1.J]
F0230I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0230I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0230I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0230I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0230Q01S311S309jW.T [S311JW.J]
F0231A30WX07Displaced stone in k101 that sits in accumulation f13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0231B11QX09An isolated limestone block in natural accumulation f13 along the former east baulk of k101. One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0231F02QX04>5si f0013 [QX04JW1.J]
F0231I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0231I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0231I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0231I10WX07Displaced stone in that sits in accumulation f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0232A30WX07Displaced stone in k101 that sits in accumulation f13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0232B11QX09An isolated limestone block in natural accumulation f13 along the former east baulk of k101. One of a number of large limestone blocks on the temple mound that sit in natural accumulation well above the revetment wall, f11. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound when the temple complex was active, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0232F02QX04>5si f0013 [QX04JW1.J]
F0232I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0232I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0232I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0232I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f13. [WX07JW.J]
F0232O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0233A01S212f0199 [S212JW3.J]
F0233A01S212f0218 [S212JW.J]
F0233A01S212f0221 [S212JW3.J]
F0233A30WX07Topsoil in k90. [WX07JW1.J]
F0233B11QX09Topsoil in k90, a locus being excavated to open up a view of the south face of revetment wall, f11. [QX09JW.J]
F0233F02QX04>0co f0234 [QX04JW1.J]
F0233I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0233I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0233I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0233I10WX07Topsoil on surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0234A01S212f0220 [S212JW3.J]
F0234A21Q904ad [QX06EI.J]
F0234A30WX07Natural accumulation in k90 below topsoil f233 and above natural accumulation f235. [WX07JW1.J]
F0234B11QX09Natural accumulation undertopsoil f233 in k90. It has a gray hue usually resulting from mixing ash with loess, but there is no obvious source of regular burning nearby. [QX09JW.J]
F0234D01Q904k90 [QX06EI.J]
F0234D06Q9049256 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0234F02QX04<0co f0233 [QX04JW1.J]
F0234I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0234I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0234I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0234I10WX07Natural accumulation in below topsoil f233 and above natural accumulation f235. [WX07JW.J]
F0234I11WX07Ceramics were primarily late (Middle Assyrian and Mittani). No items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0234K05Q904light gray [QX06EI.J]
F0234K06Q90410YR 7/2 [QX06EI.J]
F0234K07Q9043.5 [QX06EI.J]
F0234K08Q904fine grains [QX06EI.J]
F0235A21Q904is [QX06EI.J]
F0235A30WX07Installation of small stones in a mud matrix in k94 that sits in natural accumulation f223. [WX07JW1.J]
F0235A35S314v110 [S314JW.J]
F0235B11QX09A layer of small stones in a mud matrix found in the north baulk of k94 as it was being excavated. There is no independent evidence to tell whether it was deposited naturally or by the activites of peple. [QX09JW.J]
F0235D01Q904k94 [QX06EI.J]
F0235D06Q9049188 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0235F02QX04>5si f0223 [QX04JW1.J]
F0235I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0235I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0235I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0235I10WX07Installation of small stones in a mud matrix that sits in natural accumulation f223. [WX07JW.J]
F0235K03Q904li [QX06EI.J]
F0235O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0235P02Q904Q905 [QX06EI.J]
F0236A30WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f213. [WX07JW1.J]
F0236A35S314v97 [S314JW.J]
F0236B11QX09An isolated limestone block which rests on part of the first rebuild of the temple mound, f123, in k108. It is most likely a memory stone similar to stones f124 and f125. [QX09JW.J]
F0236C31R808In view v97, this large limestone block appears next to another, f210. Its elevation is 35cm lower. Both are in the southern part of k108. Plot p27 places this stone 300cm south of the face of the revetment wall, f11. In feature f236, this stone is described as a possible memory stone which rests on wahal glacis f123. As the line of memory stones is north of the south face of f11, the description entered by file Qx09jW.j is in error. [R808JW.J]
F0236F02QX04>5si f0213 [QX04JW1.J]
F0236I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0236I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0236I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0236I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f213. [WX07JW.J]
F0236O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0237A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW1.J]
F0237B11QX09A large limestone block which rests on natural accumulation, f182 in k109 along the east baulk.The alignment and elevation, roughly along the inside of and above the memory stones of the earlier set that was placed along the line of the original revetment wall, suggests that they were a part of a simple, but comprehensive late rebuilding of the mud glacis and memory stone system [QX09JW.J]
F0237B99S430in baulk E k109 [S430JW.J]
F0237F02QX04>7re f0182 [QX04JW1.J]
F0237I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0237I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0237I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0237I10WX07Displaced stone that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW.J]
F0237O08R321p0027 [R321JW3.J]
F0238A01S211f0007 [S211JW.J]
F0238A01S211f0219 [S211JW.J]
F0238A01S212f0052 [S212JW1.J]
F0238A01S212f0218 [S212JW.J]
F0238A21Q904ts [QX06EI.J]
F0238A30WX07Topsoil in k92. [WX07JW1.J]
F0238B11QX09Topsoil in k92, a locus being excavated to open up a view of the south face of revetment wall f11. [QX09JW.J]
F0238D01Q904k92 [QX06EI.J]
F0238D06Q9049197 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0238D06Q9049205 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0238F02QX04>0co f0239 [QX04JW1.J]
F0238I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0238I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0238I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0238I10WX07Topsoil on surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0239A01S212f0008 [S212JW3.J]
F0239A01S212f0053 [S212JW3.J]
F0239A01S212f0220 [S212JW3.J]
F0239A01S212f0221 [S212JW3.J]
F0239A21Q904ad [QX06EI.J]
F0239A30WX07Natural accumulation in k92 under topsoil f238. [WX07JW1.J]
F0239B11QX09Natural accumulation under topsoil f238 in k92. It is similar in appearance, texture and hardness to the natural accumulation f221, under topsoil f219 in k93, immediately adjacent to the west. [QX09JW.J]
F0239D01Q904k92 [QX06EI.J]
F0239D06Q9049197 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0239F02QX04<0co f0238 [QX04JW1.J]
F0239F02QX04<5si f0271 [QX04JW1.J]
F0239I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0239I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0239I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0239I10WX07Natural accumulation under topsoil f238. [WX07JW.J]
F0239I11WX07Ceramics analyzed but not conclusively dated. Items included a metal coin, a figurine, a glass ring, and a grindstone. [WX07JW.J]
F0240A30WX07Laminar natural accumulation in k109 that covers accumulation f247. [WX07JW1.J]
F0240A35S314w24 [S314JW.J]
F0240B11QX09A fine material lamination contains a few sherds of pottery, pebbles and three small pieces of sandy stones. The color was pale brown. The pottery were common (ch, fc). [QX09JW.J]
F0240F02QX04<0co f0184 [QX04JW1.J]
F0240F02QX04>0co f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0240I01W909s120c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0240I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0240I04WX07s120c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0240I10WX07Laminar natural accumulation that covers accumulation f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0240I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Items include kiln waste, stone tools, and a shell. [WX07JW.J]
F0240O03R525w0024 [R525JW.J]
F0241A21Q909glacis [QX06EI.J]
F0241A30WX07Mud glacis in k22 below floor f173. [WX07JW1.J]
F0241A35S314v165 [S314JW.J]
F0241B11QX09hard packing with a lot of small pebbles and sherds of pottery, it comes out in little chunks(bL). It is a packing which contains hard compacted material containing many sherds of pottery and pebbles. It is sloping down. It is about 10 cm thick, and continues to the west in k109. It could be the mud glacis(rE). [QX09JW.J]
F0241D01Q909k108 [QX06EI.J]
F0241D06Q9099169 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0241F02QX04<0co f0142 [QX04JW1.J]
F0241F02QX04<0co f0173 [QX04JW1.J]
F0241F02QX04<1ov f0194 [QX04JW1.J]
F0241F02QX04>0co f0152 [QX04JW1.J]
F0241I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0241I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0241I04WX07s120b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0241I10WX07Mud glacis in k22 below floor f173. [WX07JW.J]
F0241I11WX07Feature cleaned but not excavated. Minimal ceramics and no items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0241K05Q909very pale brown [QX06EI.J]
F0241K06Q90910YR 7/3 [QX06EI.J]
F0241K07Q9094.5+ [QX06EI.J]
F0241O01Q909v0116 [RX31JW.J]
F0241O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
F0241O01R707v0158a [RX31JW.J]
F0241O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
F0241O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
F0241O01R707v0160 [RX31JW.J]
F0241O01R707v0165 [RX31JW.J]
F0241O01R707v0165b [RX31JW.J]
F0241O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
F0241O01R730v0166a [R730JW.J]
F0241O01R730v0166d [R730JW.J]
F0241O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
F0241O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
F0241O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
F0241O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
F0241O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
F0241O08R321p0030 [R321JW3.J]
F0241O08R321p0034 [R321JW3.J]
F0242A21Q909st [QX06EI.J]
F0242A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that rests on accumulation f173. [WX07JW1.J]
F0242A35S314p30 [S314JW.J]
F0242B11QX09One of a line of large limstone blocks at about the same elevation as the mud glacis, f241 in the far northwest corner of an expanded k109. They appear to roughly follow the line of the wall, but are about one meter higher than the memory stones associated with the reconstruction of the wall and glacis system. Because of the association with the second rebuild of the glacis, f241, we believe that it is most likely that these stones are memory stones for last mound system before abandonment. The stones were uncovered several years ago when portions of what is now J1 were excavated, but their function was not recognized at the time. [QX09JW.J]
F0242D01Q909k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0242D06Q9099184 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0242F02QX04>7re f0173 [QX04JW1.J]
F0242I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0242I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0242I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0242I10WX07Displaced stone that rests on accumulation f173. [WX07JW.J]
F0242O08R321p0030 [R321JW3.J]
F0243A21Q909st [QX06EI.J]
F0243A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that rests on accumulation f173. [WX07JW1.J]
F0243A35S314p30 [S314JW.J]
F0243B11QX09One of a line of large limstone blocks at about the same elevation as the mud glacis, f241 in the far northwest corner of an expanded k109. They appear to roughly follow the line of the wall, but are about one meter higher than the memory stones associated with the reconstruction of the wall and glacis system. Because of the association with the second rebuild of the glacis, f241, we believe that it is most likely that these stones are memory stones for last mound system before abandonment. The stones were uncovered several years ago when portions of what is now J1 were excavated, but their function was not recognized at the time. [QX09JW.J]
F0243D01Q909k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0243D06Q9099161 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0243F02QX04>7re f0173 [QX04JW1.J]
F0243I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0243I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0243I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0243I10WX07Displaced stone that rests on accumulation f173. [WX07JW.J]
F0243O08R321p0030 [R321JW3.J]
F0244A21Q910st [QX06EI.J]
F0244A30WX07Stone in k109 that is a part of a17 and that rests on accumulation f173. Paired with stone f246 it gives the impression of a doorway. [WX07JW1.J]
F0244A35S314v117 [S314JW.J]
F0244B11QX09One of a line of large limstone blocks at about the same elevation as the mud glacis, f241 in the far northwest corner of an expanded k109. They appear to roughly follow the line of the wall, but are about one meter higher than the memory stones associated with the reconstruction of the wall and glacis system. Because of the association with the second rebuild of the glacis, f241, we believe that it is most likely that these stones are memory stones for last mound system before abandonment. The stones were uncovered several years ago when portions of what is now J1 were excavated, but their function was not recognized at the time. [QX09JW.J]
F0244D01Q910k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0244D06Q9109180 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0244F02QX04>7re f0173 [QX04JW1.J]
F0244I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0244I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0244I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0244I10WX07Stone in k109 that is a part of a17 and that rests on accumulation f173. Paired with stone f246 it gives the impression of a doorway. [WX07JW.J]
F0244O08R321p0030 [R321JW3.J]
F0245A21Q910st [QX06EI.J]
F0245A30WX07Stone in k109 that is a part of a17 and that rests on accumulation f173. [WX07JW1.J]
F0245A35S314v117 [S314JW.J]
F0245B11QX09One of a line of large limstone blocks at about the same elevation as the mud glacis, f241 in the far northwest corner of an expanded k109. They appear to roughly follow the line of the wall, but are about one meter higher than the memory stones associated with the reconstruction of the wall and glacis system. Because of the association with the second rebuild of the glacis, f241, we believe that it is most likely that these stones are memory stones for last mound system before abandonment. The stones were uncovered several years ago when portions of what is now J1 were excavated, but their function was not recognized at the time. [QX09JW.J]
F0245D01Q910k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0245D03R3042572 (41258 47848 - 9163 / Relay location: SW corner) [R304JW1R.J]
F0245D06Q9109163 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0245F02QX04>7re f0173 [QX04JW1.J]
F0245I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0245I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0245I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0245I10WX07Stone in k109 that is a part of a17 and that rests on accumulation f173. [WX07JW.J]
F0245O08R321p0030 [R321JW3.J]
F0246A21Q910st [QX06EI.J]
F0246A30WX07Stone in k109 that is a part of a17 and rests on accumulation f173. Paired with stone f244 it gives the impression of a doorway. [WX07JW1.J]
F0246A35S314v117 [S314JW.J]
F0246B11QX09One of a line of large limstone blocks at about the same elevation as the mud glacis, f241 in the far northwest corner of an expanded k109. They appear to roughly follow the line of the wall, but are about one meter higher than the memory stones associated with the reconstruction of the wall and glacis system. Because of the association with the second rebuild of the glacis, f241, we believe that it is most likely that these stones are memory stones for last mound system before abandonment. The stones were uncovered several years ago when portions of what is now J1 were excavated, but their function was not recognized at the time. [QX09JW.J]
F0246D01Q910k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0246D06Q9109176 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0246F02QX04>7re f0173 [QX04JW1.J]
F0246I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0246I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0246I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0246I10WX07Stone in k109 that is a part of a17 and rests on accumulation f173. Paired with stone f244 it gives the impression of a doorway. [WX07JW.J]
F0246O08R321p0030 [R321JW3.J]
F0247A21Q910fb [QX06EI.J]
F0247A21W330ab [W330JW.J]
F0247A30WX07Compacted natural floor in k109 below lens f240 and above accumulation f253. [WX07JW1.J]
F0247A35S314v117 [S314JW.J]
F0247B11Q910A very highly compacted dirt floor in the southern three quarters of k109. It contains small pieces of charcoal and sherds laying flat. Although the surface is extremely hard, it is wavy, with peaks and valleys of 10cm or less throughout. [Q910JW1.J]
F0247B11QX09A very highly compacted dirt floor in the southern three quarters of k109. It contains small pieces of charcoal and sherds laying flat. Although the surface is extremely hard, it is wavy, with peaks and valleys of 10cm or less throughout. [QX09JW.J]
F0247C31W330Therefore one must conclude that f247 was not a floor, but rather the higher of two accumulations atop a projected floor, f370, (elevation 9046) which was neither specifically recognized nor assigned a separate feature number at the time of excavation. It would have been the westward extension of floor, f148. It is better to see the limestone blocks as sitting in f247 rather than resting on it, since at the beginning of the excavation of this feature all were covered. [W330JW.J]
F0247C31W330This feature was exposed at the end of the second season of excavations in J3, MZ19(2006-T). It was described as a floor with a depth of 19cm (top 9096/bottom 9077) However, the last q-lot removed from this feature, q390, had a measured top elevation of 9036. Twenty-seven large limestone blocks, components of aggregate a16 (memory stones), were described as resting on this feature. Typically, the top elevation of these blocks was about 9050. (The bottom elevations have not been measured because the blocks are still in place.) f247 covers f253, whose top elevation is 9077 and whose bottom elevation is 9046. This bottom elevation coincides with the top elevation (9048) of adjacent eastward floor f148, upon which other components of a16 sit. [W330JW.J]
F0247D01Q910k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0247D06Q9109077 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0247D06Q9109096 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0247F02QX04<0co f0240 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0248 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0249 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0250 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0255 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0256 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0301 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0302 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0303 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0304 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0305 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0306 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0307 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0308 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0309 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0310 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0311 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0312 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0313 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0314 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0315 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0316 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0317 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0318 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0319 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0320 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0321 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0322 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0323 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0324 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0325 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0326 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0327 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04<5si f0328 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247F02QX04>0co f0253 [QX04JW1.J]
F0247I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0247I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0247I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0247I10WX07Compacted natural floor below accumulation f240 and above accumulation f253. [WX07JW.J]
F0247I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Stone and clay items are ubiquitous. [WX07JW.J]
F0247K05Q910very pale brown [QX06EI.J]
F0247K06Q91010YR 7/3 [QX06EI.J]
F0247K07Q9104.5+ [QX06EI.J]
F0247M99Q910The function of this floor is problematical. Although there were pieces of charcoal scattered throughout and sherds were pressed flat on the highly compacted surface, there was no other indication of intense use. The relationship with the stones in arc a8 is also problematical. All were placed at differing heights within 50cm of the floor surface, but none actually rested on it. On the other hand, it seems likely that the stones were purposely arranged but were not aligned with the wall or the memory stones. There were no other packed surfaces nearby that could be associated with the stones or the floor. [Q910JW1.J]
F0247O08R321p0030 [R321JW3.J]
F0248A21Q910st [QX06EI.J]
F0248A30WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8 in k109 that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW1.J]
F0248A35S314p16 [S314JW.J]
F0248B11QX09One of six large limestone blocks in k109 that form part of a stone arc, a8, over a line of memory stones installed when the revetment wall, f11, was covered. It is also one of four large limestone blocks surrounding four smaller ones that form stone circle a9. [QX09JW.J]
F0248D01Q910k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0248D06Q9109094 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0248F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0248I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0248I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0248I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0248I10WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8 that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW.J]
F0248K03Q910li [QX06EI.J]
F0248O08R321p0016 [R321JW3.J]
F0248O08R321p0030 [R321JW3.J]
F0249A21Q910st [QX06EI.J]
F0249A30WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8 in k109 that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW1.J]
F0249A35S314p16 [S314JW.J]
F0249B11QX09One of six large limestone blocks in k109 that form part of a stone arc, a8, over a line of memory stones installed when the revetment wall, f11, was covered. It is also one of four large limestone blocks surrounding four smaller ones that form stone circle a9. [QX09JW.J]
F0249D01Q910k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0249D06Q9109111 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0249F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0249I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0249I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0249I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0249I10WX07One stone in an arc of six, a8 that rests on accumulation f182. [WX07JW.J]
F0249K03Q910li [QX06EI.J]
F0249O08R321p0016 [R321JW3.J]
F0249O08R321p0030 [R321JW3.J]
F0250A21Q911st [QX06EI.J]
F0250A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that rests on accumulation f247. [WX07JW1.J]
F0250A35S314p31 [S314JW.J]
F0250B11QX09Isolated large limestone block in the NW corner of k109. It appears to rest on the mud glacis, f241, and may be a part of the second and final reconstruction of the temple mound before abandonment. [QX09JW.J]
F0250D01Q911k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0250D06Q9119064 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0250D06Q9119154 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0250F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0250I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0250I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0250I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0250I10WX07Displaced stone in that rests on accumulation f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0250K03Q911li [QX06EI.J]
F0250O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0251A30WX07Natural accumulation in k108 below floor f148 and above accumulations f254 and f272. [WX07JW1.J]
F0251A35S314v128 [S314JW.J]
F0251B11QX09Natural accumulation under floor f148. It is the first accumulation to cover the revetment wall, f11. [QX09JW.J]
F0251B99S430with a lot of pebbles and small fragment of pottery [S430JW.J]
F0251F02QX04<0co f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0251F02QX04>0co f0254 [QX04JW1.J]
F0251F02QX04>0co f0272 [QX04JW1.J]
F0251I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0251I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0251I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0251I10WX07Natural accumulation below floor f148 and above accumulations f254 and f272. [WX07JW.J]
F0251I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Clay, stone, and shell items ubiquitous. [WX07JW.J]
F0252A30WX07Natural accumulation in k23 that covers several brick installations, including f215. [WX07JW1.J]
F0252A35S314v121 [S314JW.J]
F0252B11QX09Accumulation greyish in colour, that covers the layer of mudbrick, in the north west corner of the square we found some sealings and many clay lumps within many big sherds of vessel aand in the same place we noted a pocket of ash. [QX09JW.J]
F0252F02QX04<5si f0258 [QX04JW1.J]
F0252F02QX04>0co f0215 [QX04JW1.J]
F0252F02QX04>0co f0270 [QX04JW1.J]
F0252I01W909s180-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0252I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0252I04WX07s180-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0252I10WX07Natural accumulation that covers several brick installations, including f215. [WX07JW.J]
F0252I11WX07Ceramics were all Late Chalcolithic or earlier. All but one item were Uruk seal impressions, sealings, or clay lumps. [WX07JW.J]
F0252O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
F0252O01Q901v0098a [RX31JW.J]
F0252O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
F0252O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0252Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
F0253A21Q911ad [QX06EI.J]
F0253A21W330ab [W330JW.J]
F0253A30WX07Natural accumulation in k109 below floor f247 and above accumulation f257 [WX07JW1.J]
F0253A35S314v128 [S314JW.J]
F0253B11QX09Natural accumulation under floor f247 in k109. [QX09JW.J]
F0253B99S430with a lot of pebbles and stones [S430JW.J]
F0253C31W330This feature was described as an accumulation under floor, f247. It had the same Munsell color, 10YR7/3, and hardness, 4.5. Post-excavation analysis indicates that f253 and f247 were identical and both covered a floor, f370, that was not designated at the time of excavation, but in fact remains in situ. The southern part of f253 was further excavated to espose accumulations, f257 and f261, outside the revetment wall, f11. This resulted in the removal of another stone structure, a9, which may have been associated with the memory stones, a16, which are still in situ. [W330JW.J]
F0253D01Q911k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0253D06Q9119046 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0253D06Q9119077 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0253F02QX04<0co f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0253F02QX04>0co f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0253F02QX04>0co f0370 [QX04JW1.J]
F0253I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0253I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0253I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0253I10WX07Natural accumulation in below floor f247 and above accumulation f257 [WX07JW.J]
F0253I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Large number of clay and stone artifacts speak to occupational activity. [WX07JW.J]
F0253K05Q911very pale brown [QX06EI.J]
F0253K06Q91110YR 7/3 [QX06EI.J]
F0253K07Q9114.5 [QX06EI.J]
F0253K08Q911very crumbly [QX06EI.J]
F0253O03R525w0034 [R525JW.J]
F0253O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0254A01S214f0030 [S214JW.J]
F0254A01S214f0257 [S214JW.J]
F0254A30WX07Natural accumulation in k108 below accumulation f251 and above accumulation f261.. [WX07JW1.J]
F0254A35S314v128 [S314JW.J]
F0254B11QX09Natural accumulation in the southern part of k108 in the central sector of the unit. It is a continuation to the west of accumulations f272 in k106 and f257 further to the west in k109. All are lower in elevation than the south face of the revetment wall, f11, and were formed by a combination of soil carried by the wind, material that washed down from the BA temple mound, and material deposited by human activity in the plaza to the south of the wall. [QX09JW.J]
F0254D03R3062153 (40652 48808 - 9138 / Relay location: NE corner) [R306JW1R.J]
F0254F02QX04<0co f0251 [QX04JW1.J]
F0254F02QX04<5si f0288 [QX04JW1.J]
F0254F02QX04<5si f0289 [QX04JW1.J]
F0254F02QX04<5si f0290 [QX04JW1.J]
F0254F02QX04<5si f0291 [QX04JW1.J]
F0254F02QX04>0co f0261 [QX04JW1.J]
F0254I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0254I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0254I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0254I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f251 and above accumulation f261.. [WX07JW.J]
F0254I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. Large number of clay and stone artifacts speak to occupational activity. The bird-like vessel may be from the Mittani period. [WX07JW.J]
F0254O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0255A21Q911st [QX06EI.J]
F0255A30WX07Stone in k109 that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW1.J]
F0255A35S314p40 [S314JW.J]
F0255B11QX09One of four large limestone blocks around the periphery of a stone circular cluster a9. Although most certainly placed, their purpose and function are unknown [QX09JW.J]
F0255D01Q911k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0255D06Q9119055 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0255D06Q9119084 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0255F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0255I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0255I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0255I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0255I10WX07Stone in that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW.J]
F0255K03Q911li [QX06EI.J]
F0255O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0255O08R329p0040 [R329JW.J]
F0256A21Q911st [QX06EI.J]
F0256A30WX07Stone in k109 that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW1.J]
F0256A35S314p40 [S314JW.J]
F0256B11QX09One of four large limestone blocks around the periphery of a stone circular cluster a9. Although most certainly placed, their purpose and function are unknown [QX09JW.J]
F0256D01Q911k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0256D06Q9119038 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0256D06Q9119065 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0256F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0256I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0256I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0256I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0256I10WX07Stone that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW.J]
F0256K03Q911li [QX06EI.J]
F0256O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0256O08R329p0040 [R329JW.J]
F0257A01S214f0254 [S214JW.J]
F0257A21Q911ad [QX06EI.J]
F0257A30WX07Natural accumulation in k109 below accumulation f253 and covering accumulation f261. [WX07JW1.J]
F0257A35S314v151 [S314JW.J]
F0257B11QX09Natural accumulation in the southern part of k109 in the west sector of the unit. It is a continuation to the west of accumulations f254 in k108 and f272 in k109. All are lower in elevation than the south face of the revetment wall, f11, and were formed by soil carried by the wind, material that washed down from the BA temple mound, and material deposited by human activity in the plaza to the south of the wall. [QX09JW.J]
F0257D01Q911k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0257D06Q9118992 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0257D06Q9119007 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0257F02QX04<0co f0253 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0264 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0265 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0266 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0267 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0268 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0273 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0274 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0275 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0276 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0277 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0278 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0279 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0280 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0281 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0282 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0283 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0284 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0285 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0286 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04<5si f0287 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257F02QX04>0co f0261 [QX04JW1.J]
F0257I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0257I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0257I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0257I10WX07Natural accumulation below accumulation f253 and covering accumulation f261. [WX07JW.J]
F0257I11WX07Ceramics and items filled thirty q-lots. Ceramics in sample lots were Mittani, A large number of items were recovered, including grinding tools, figurines, kiln waste, door sockets and shells. The most significant artifacts were a set of frit beads and a pendant, and a bone needle. [WX07JW.J]
F0257K05Q911very pale brown [QX06EI.J]
F0257K06Q91110YR 7/3 [QX06EI.J]
F0257K07Q9114.5 [QX06EI.J]
F0257O01Q916v0153 [RX31JW.J]
F0257O01Q916v0153a [RX31JW.J]
F0257O03R525w0034 [R525JW.J]
F0257O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0257O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
F0258A30WX07Small rectangular lens of crusted soil in k23, the fill of pit a10. [WX07JW1.J]
F0258A35S314v132 [S314JW.J]
F0258B11QX09The lamination was formed by trapped water that sat on top of a soft pit fill and then evaporated. We had expected to find some evidence of the purpose of the pit by analyzing the fill, but it was impossible. [QX09JW.J]
F0258B99S430lamination in NW part of k23 [S430JW.J]
F0258F02QX04>5si f0252 [QX04JW1.J]
F0258I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0258I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0258I04WX07s190-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0258I10WX07Small rectangular lens of crusted soil, the fill of pit a10. [WX07JW.J]
F0258I11WX07Ceramics and one grindstone fragment were recovered. Ceramics did not yield a date. [WX07JW.J]
F0258O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0259A21Q912ly [QX06EI.J]
F0259A30WX07Higher of two soil layers in k23 excavated from below the bottom of pit a6 to determine the sub-surface components of glacis f109. [WX07JW1.J]
F0259A35S314v139 [S314JW.J]
F0259B11QX09Higher level of compacted fill below the cut of pit a6 in the northeast corner of k23. It was excavated to see if the material used to construct the temple mound behind the revetment wall, f11, was the same as that found last year in the excavation of the typological column k104 and k105. It was similar in that it was of various constencies, containing the occasional mudbrick. The pottery was Late Chalcolithic. There were no other materials such as seal impressions to help date the deposit with more precision. [QX09JW.J]
F0259B99S430pit a6 [S430JW.J]
F0259D01Q912k23 [QX06EI.J]
F0259D03R3092577 (41629 48948 - 9236 / Relay location: NW corner) [R309JW4R.J]
F0259D03R3092578 (41653 49009 - 9245 / Relay location: NE corner) [R309JW4R.J]
F0259D03R3092579 (41588 48983 - 9233 / Relay location: SE corner) [R309JW4R.J]
F0259D03R3092580 (41578 48941 - 9231 / Relay location: SW corner) [R309JW4R.J]
F0259D06Q9129190 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0259D06Q9129228 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0259F02QX04<4ca f0160 [QX04JW1.J]
F0259F02QX04>0co f0262 [QX04JW1.J]
F0259I01W909s650b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0259I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0259I04WX07s650b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0259I10WX07Higher of two soil layers excavated from below the bottom of pit a6 to determine the sub-surface components of glacis f109. [WX07JW.J]
F0259I11WX07Recovered ceramics were Late Chalcolithic. The three items were a lithic fragment, a piece of touched charcoal and a shell bead. [WX07JW.J]
F0259K05Q912very pale brown [QX06EI.J]
F0259K06Q91210YR 7/4 [QX06EI.J]
F0259K07Q9124.0 [QX06EI.J]
F0259O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
F0260A21Q912ly [QX06EI.J]
F0260A30WX07Soil layer in k13 excavated from below the bottom of pit a5 to determine the sub-surface components of glacis f109. [WX07JW1.J]
F0260A35S314v138 [S314JW.J]
F0260B11QX09Compacted fill below the cut of pit a5 in the northwest corner of k13. It was excavated to see if the material used to construct the temple mound behind the revetment wall, f11, was the same as that found last year in the excavation of the typological column k104 and k105. It was similar in that it was of various constencies, containing the occasional mudbrick. The pottery was Late Chalcolithic. There were no other materials such as seal impressions to help date the deposit with more precision. [QX09JW.J]
F0260B99S430pit a5 [S430JW.J]
F0260D01Q912k13 [QX06EI.J]
F0260D06Q9129160 @bottom [QX06EI.J]
F0260D06Q9129213 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0260F02QX04<4ca f0128 [QX04JW1.J]
F0260I01W909s650b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0260I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0260I04WX07s650b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0260I10WX07Soil layer excavated from below the bottom of pit a5 to determine the sub-surface components of glacis f109. [WX07JW.J]
F0260I11WX07Recovered ceramics were Late Chalcolithic. The three items were a lithic fragment, a piece of touched charcoal and clay lumps. [WX07JW.J]
F0260K05Q912very pale brown [QX06EI.J]
F0260K06Q91210YR 7/4 [QX06EI.J]
F0260K07Q9123.0 [QX06EI.J]
F0261A01S214f0043 [S214JW.J]
F0261A21Q912ad [QX06EI.J]
F0261A30WX07Natural accumulation in k108 and k109 below accumulations f254, f257, and f272. It is the lowest level reached south of the revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0261A35S314v128 [S314JW.J]
F0261B11QX09Natural accumulation in the southern parts of k108 below natural accumulation f254 and k109 below natural accumulation f257. It was the stopping point of excavations south of the revetment wall ,f11, in these loci for the MZ19 season. [QX09JW.J]
F0261D01Q912k109 [QX06EI.J]
F0261D03R3062573 (40859 48097 - 9030 / Relay location: NE corner) [R306JW1R.J]
F0261D03R3092574 (41112 47675 - 8999 / Relay location: NW corner) [R309JW-R.J]
F0261D03R3092575 (40619 48791 - 9040 / Relay location: SE corner) [R309JW-R.J]
F0261D03R3092576 (40678 48809 - 9030 / Relay location: NE corner) [R309JW-R.J]
F0261D06Q9128992 @top [QX06EI.J]
F0261F02QX04<0co f0254 [QX04JW1.J]
F0261F02QX04<0co f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0261F02QX04<0co f0272 [QX04JW1.J]
F0261I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0261I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0261I04WX07s122d-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0261I10WX07Natural accumulation in k108 and k109 below accumulations f254, f257, and f272. It is the lowest level reached south of the revetment wall f11. [WX07JW.J]
F0261I11WX07Ceramics not fully analyzed. A number of ubiquitous items recovered including stone tools, kiln waste, a bead, and a shell. [WX07JW.J]
F0261K05Q912light gray [QX06EI.J]
F0261K06Q91210YR 7/2 [QX06EI.J]
F0261K07Q9124.5 [QX06EI.J]
F0261O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0262A30WX07Lower of two soil layers in k23 excavated from below the bottom of pit a6 to determine the sub-surface components of glacis f109.. [WX07JW1.J]
F0262A35S314v141 [S314JW.J]
F0262B11QX09Lower level of compacted fill below the cut of pit a6 in the northeast corner of k23. It was excavated to see if the material used to construct the temple mound behind the revetment wall, f11, was the same as that found last year in the excavation of the typological column k104 and k105. It was similar in that it was of various constencies, containing the occasional mudbrick. The pottery was Late Chalcolithic. There were no other materials such as seal impressions to help date the deposit with more precision. [QX09JW.J]
F0262B99S430a6 pit [S430JW.J]
F0262F02QX04<0co f0259 [QX04JW1.J]
F0262I01W909s650b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0262I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0262I04WX07s650b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0262I10WX07Lower of two soil layers in k23 excavated from below the bottom of pit a6 to determine the sub-surface components of glacis f109.. [WX07JW.J]
F0262I11WX07Ceramics were Late Chalcolithic. No items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0262O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0263A30WX07Soil layer in k23 excavated from below the bottom of pit a10 to determine the sub-surface components of glacis f109. [WX07JW1.J]
F0263A35S314v144 [S314JW.J]
F0263B11QX09Compacted fill below the cut of pit a10 in the northwest corner of k23. It was excavated to see if the material used to construct the temple mound behind the revetment wall, f11, was the same as that found last year in the excavation of the typological column k104 and k105. It was similar in that it was of various constencies, containing the occasional mudbrick. The pottery was Late Chalcolithic. There were no other materials such as seal impressions to help date the deposit with more precision. [QX09JW.J]
F0263B99S430inside lamination red feature [S430JW.J]
F0263F02QX04<4ca f0269 [QX04JW1.J]
F0263F02R823<0co f0334 [R823JW.J]
F0263I01W909s650b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0263I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0263I04WX07s650b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0263I10WX07Soil layer in k23 excavated from below the bottom of pit a10 to determine the sub-surface components of glacis f109. [WX07JW.J]
F0263I11WX07Ceramics were Late Chalcolithic. The sole item was touched charcoal. [WX07JW.J]
F0263O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
F0263O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
F0263Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
F0264A30WX07Stone in k109 that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW1.J]
F0264A35S314v143 [S314JW.J]
F0264B11QX09One of four large limestone blocks around the inside of a stone circular cluster a9. Although most certainly placed, their purpose and function are unknown [QX09JW.J]
F0264F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0264I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0264I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0264I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0264I10WX07Stone in k109 that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW.J]
F0264O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
F0264O08R329p0040 [R329JW.J]
F0265A30WX07Stone in k109 that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW1.J]
F0265A35S314v143 [S314JW.J]
F0265B11QX09One of four large limestone blocks around the inside of a stone circular cluster a9. Although most certainly placed, their purpose and function are unknown [QX09JW.J]
F0265F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0265I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0265I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0265I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0265I10WX07Stone in k109 that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW.J]
F0265O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
F0265O08R329p0040 [R329JW.J]
F0266A30WX07Stone in k109 that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW1.J]
F0266A35S314v143 [S314JW.J]
F0266B11QX09One of four large limestone blocks around the inside of a stone circular cluster a9. Although most certainly placed, their purpose and function are unknown [QX09JW.J]
F0266F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0266I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0266I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0266I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0266I10WX07Stone in k109 that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW.J]
F0266O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
F0266O08R329p0040 [R329JW.J]
F0267A30WX07Stone in k109 that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW1.J]
F0267A35S314v143 [S314JW.J]
F0267B11QX09One of four large limestone blocks around the inside of a stone circular cluster a9. Although most certainly placed, their purpose and function are unknown [QX09JW.J]
F0267F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0267I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0267I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0267I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0267I10WX07Stone in k109 that is part of installation a8 and that rests on accumulation f253. [WX07JW.J]
F0267O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
F0267O08R329p0040 [R329JW.J]
F0268A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0268B11QX09Natural accumulation in k106 (east sub-unit) equal to f257 in k106 (central sub-unit) [QX09JW.J]
F0268B99S430aggreg. For f264 + f265 + f266 + f267 [S430JW.J]
F0268F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0268I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0268I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0268I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0268I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0269A30WX07Cut of pit a10 in k23. [WX07JW1.J]
F0269B11QX09Cut of an oval-shaped pit, a10, in the far northwest corner of k23. It seems to have been cut into the baqaya glacis, f109. However it is relatively far away from the revetment wall in a place where later wahal (f152) and mud (f241) glacis did not cover the baqaya one. In the process of cutting it, several seal impressions were excavated and placed just to the north. Although it had the shape of a grave, no indicia of such use were found. [QX09JW.J]
F0269B99S430cut of aggregate with f258 the pit and f263 [S430JW.J]
F0269F02QX04>2cu f0152 [QX04JW1.J]
F0269F02QX04>4ca f0263 [QX04JW1.J]
F0269I01W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0269I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0269I04WX07s190-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0269I10WX07Cut of pit a10 in k23. [WX07JW.J]
F0269O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
F0270A30WX07Layer of soil and brick in k23 below accumulation f252. [WX07JW1.J]
F0270B11QX09A rectangular strip running west to east of collapsed pieces of mudbricks in the NW corner of k23. Expecially near the pit a6 and in the northwest part of the square; non-homogeneus feature, with fragments of red and grey bricks: the red ones are bigger and made of a row fragile and granular clay that presents many white inclusions. When picked with the small pick it comes out in almost big pieces. Between the pit a6 and the pit a10 there's a red line and a circular grey line. [QX09JW.J]
F0270B99S430red brick area [S430JW.J]
F0270F02QX04<0co f0252 [QX04JW1.J]
F0270F02QX04>1ov f0152 [QX04JW1.J]
F0270F02QX04>8ab f0152 [QX04JW1.J]
F0270F02R823>0co f0334 [R823JW.J]
F0270I01W909s180-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0270I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0270I04WX07s180-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0270I10WX07Layer of soil and brick in k23 below accumulation f252. [WX07JW.J]
F0270Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
F0271A30WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f239 in k92. [WX07JW1.J]
F0271B11QX09A large limestone block which sits in natural layer f239 in k92. One of a number of such stones that sit in natural accumulations to the south of the revetment wall, f11. Since generally the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound to its current location. However, because it is located about 5 meters south of the wall face, it is also possible that the stone was placed for a specific purpose by transients, who then abandoned it in place. [QX09JW.J]
F0271F02QX04>5si f0239 [QX04JW1.J]
F0271I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0271I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0271I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0271I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f239 in k92. [WX07JW.J]
F0271O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
F0272A01S214f0030 [S214JW.J]
F0272A30WX07Natural accumulation in k108 below accumulation f251 and above accumulation f261.. [WX07JW1.J]
F0272B11QX09Natural accumulation in the southern part of k106 in the east sector of the unit. It is a continuation to the east of accumulations f254 in k108 and f257 in k109. All are lower in elevation than the south face of the revetment wall, f11, and were formed by soil carried by the wind, material that washed down from the BA temple mound, and material deposited by human activity in the plaza to the south of the wall. [QX09JW.J]
F0272B11R717Natural accumulation in the southern extremity of k1 and k106 to the east of k101 in which sit a large number of limestone blocks which were probably displaced by natural forces acting on installations higher on the BA temple mound. It is south of the south face of the revetment wall, f11. This accumulation extends the length of the excavated wall face in the eastern section of unit J3. It corresponds to accumulations f257 in k108, f254 in k109, and f30 in k101, all to the west. It covers accumulation f331, the stopping point of excavations this season. [R717JW1.J]
F0272F02QX04<0co f0251 [QX04JW1.J]
F0272F02QX04>0co f0261 [QX04JW1.J]
F0272F02R717>0co f0331 [R717JW1.J]
F0272I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0272I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0272I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0272I10WX07Natural accumulation in k108 below accumulation f251 and above accumulation f261.. [WX07JW.J]
F0273A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0273A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0273B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0273D03Q9162277 (41066 47814 - 8965 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0273D03Q9162278 (41074 47844 - 8957 / Relay location: N corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0273D03Q9162279 (40977 47970 - 8954 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0273D03R3102581 (41048 47832 - 8954 / Relay location: SW corner) [R310JW1R.J]
F0273F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0273I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0273I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0273I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0273I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0273O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0274A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0274A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0274B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0274D03Q9162280 (40949 47850 - 8967 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0274D03Q9162281 (40968 47821 - 8964 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0274D03Q9162282 (41004 47844 - 8965 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0274D03Q9162283 (40996 47868 - 8968 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0274F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0274I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0274I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0274I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0274I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0274O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0275A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0275A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0275B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0275D03Q9162284 (40957 48057 - 8959 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0275D03Q9162285 (41046 47958 - 8967 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0275D03Q9162286 (41012 47968 - 8962 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0275D03Q9162287 (41031 47944 - 8963 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0275D03R3102582 (41056 47956 - 8959 / Relay location: NW corner) [R310JW1R.J]
F0275F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0275I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0275I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0275I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0275I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0275O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0276A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0276A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0276B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0276D03Q9162288 (40993 47967 - 8951 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0276D03Q9162289 (40949 47987 - 8955 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0276D03Q9162290 (40949 48005 - 8948 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0276D03Q9162291 (40985 48006 - 8953 / Relay location: N corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0276D03Q9162292 (41000 47985 - 8952 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0276F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0276I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0276I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0276I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0276I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0276O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0277A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0277A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0277B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0277D03Q9162293 (40886 47996 - 8976 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0277D03Q9162294 (40908 47967 - 8971 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0277D03Q9162295 (40896 47938 - 8964 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0277D03Q9162296 (40868 47974 - 8969 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0277F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0277I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0277I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0277I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0277I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0277O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0278A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0278A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0278B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0278D03Q9162297 (40848 48071 - 8943 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0278D03Q9162298 (40881 48051 - 8946 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0278D03Q9162299 (40850 48043 - 8936 / Relay location: S corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0278F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0278I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0278I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0278I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0278I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0278O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0279A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0279A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0279B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0279D03Q9162300 (40901 48072 - 8954 / Relay location: W corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0279D03Q9162301 (40884 48108 - 8959 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0279D03Q9162302 (40848 48116 - 8952 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0279D03Q9162303 (40845 48090 - 8955 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0279F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0279I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0279I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0279I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0279I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0279O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0280A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0280A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0280B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0280D03Q9162304 (40935 48070 - 8962 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0280D03Q9162305 (40947 48037 - 8949 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0280D03Q9162306 (40929 48036 - 8949 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0280D03Q9162307 (40922 48056 - 8956 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0280F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0280I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0280I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0280I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0280I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0280O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0281A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0281A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0281B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0281D03Q9162308 (40864 48130 - 8948 / Relay location: W corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0281D03Q9162309 (40862 48159 - 8958 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0281D03Q9162310 (40841 48149 - 8952 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0281F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0281I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0281I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0281I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0281I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0281O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0282A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0282A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0282B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0282D03Q9162311 (40812 48118 - 8951 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0282D03Q9162312 (40811 48107 - 8959 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0282D03Q9162313 (40772 48132 - 8955 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0282D03Q9162314 (40775 48139 - 8950 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0282F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0282I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0282I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0282I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0282I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0282O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0283A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0283A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0283B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0283D03Q9162315 (40780 48211 - 8996 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0283D03Q9162316 (40762 48253 - 9000 / Relay location: W corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0283D03Q9162317 (40762 48169 - 9001 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0283D03Q9162318 (40731 48189 - 8996 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0283F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0283I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0283I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0283I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0283I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0283O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0284A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0284A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0284B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0284D03Q9162319 (40675 48213 - 8995 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0284D03Q9162320 (40722 48160 - 8985 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0284D03Q9162321 (40687 48142 - 8980 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0284D03Q9162322 (40657 48178 - 8989 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06EI3R.J]
F0284F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0284I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0284I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0284I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0284I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0284O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0285A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0285A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0285B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0285D03Q9162324 (40740 48237 - 9002 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0285D03Q9162325 (40735 48267 - 8999 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0285D03Q9162326 (40708 48247 - 9001 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0285D03Q9162327 (40717 48212 - 8999 / Relay location: S corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0285F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0285I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0285I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0285I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0285I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0285O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0286A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0286A35S421v151 [S421JW.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0286B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0286D03Q9162328 (40560 48406 - 8965 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0286D03Q9162329 (40536 48424 - 8964 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0286D03Q9162330 (40499 48417 - 8968 / Relay location: E corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0286D03Q9162331 (40500 48392 - 8958 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0286D03Q9162332 (40521 48375 - 8953 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0286F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0286I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0286I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0286I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0286I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0286O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0287A30WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW1.J]
F0287B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f257, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k109. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0287D03Q9162333 (40550 48479 - 8965 / Relay location: NW corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0287D03Q9162334 (40538 48464 - 8966 / Relay location: SW corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0287D03Q9162335 (40480 48483 - 8973 / Relay location: SE corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0287D03Q9162336 (40504 48497 - 8975 / Relay location: NE corner) [QX06JW-R.J]
F0287F02QX04>5si f0257 [QX04JW1.J]
F0287I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0287I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0287I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0287I10WX07Displaced stone in k109 that sits in accumulation f257. [WX07JW.J]
F0287O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0288A30WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f254. [WX07JW1.J]
F0288B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f254, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k108. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0288F02QX04>5si f0254 [QX04JW1.J]
F0288I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0288I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0288I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0288I10WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f254. [WX07JW.J]
F0288O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0289A30WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f254. [WX07JW1.J]
F0289B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f254, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k108. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0289F02QX04>5si f0254 [QX04JW1.J]
F0289I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0289I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0289I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0289I10WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f254. [WX07JW.J]
F0289O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0290A30WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f254. [WX07JW1.J]
F0290B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f254, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k108. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0290F02QX04>5si f0254 [QX04JW1.J]
F0290I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0290I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0290I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0290I10WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f254. [WX07JW.J]
F0290O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0291A30WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f254. [WX07JW1.J]
F0291B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks that sit in natural accumulation f254, to the south of the revetment wall, f11 in k108. The top of the accumulation is below the top of the wall, which implies that they were deposited while the wall and plaza system was still in use for its original purpose. Since the stones were randomly oriented and we know from earlier excavations in B6 that there were structures, including concentric rings of large stones, higher on the mound, we assume that this stone was displaced from its original location during heavy rains and rolled down the mound and over the wall to its current location. [QX09JW.J]
F0291F02QX04>5si f0254 [QX04JW1.J]
F0291I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0291I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0291I04WX07s122c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0291I10WX07Displaced stone in k108 that sits in accumulation f254. [WX07JW.J]
F0291O08R321p0033 [R321JW3.J]
F0292A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f148 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0292B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152.. It rested on an earthen floor, f148, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0292F02QX04>7re f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0292I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0292I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0292I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0292I10WX07Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f251. [WX07JW.J]
F0293A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f148 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0293B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152.. It rested on an earthen floor, f148, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0293F02QX04>7re f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0293I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0293I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0293I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0293I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0293O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0294A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f148 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0294B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152.. It rested on an earthen floor, f148, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0294F02QX04>7re f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0294I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0294I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0294I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0294I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0294O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0295A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f148 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0295B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It rested on an earthen floor, f148, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0295F02QX04>7re f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0295I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0295I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0295I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0295I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0295O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0296A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f148 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0296B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152.. It rested on an earthen floor, f148, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0296F02QX04>7re f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0296I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0296I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0296I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0296I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0296O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0297A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f148 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0297B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152.. It rested on an earthen floor, f148, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0297F02QX04>7re f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0297I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0297I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0297I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0297I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0297O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0298A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f148 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0298B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152.. It rested on an earthen floor, f148, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0298F02QX04>7re f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0298I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0298I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0298I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0298I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0298O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0298O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0299A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f148 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0299B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152.. It rested on an earthen floor, f148, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0299F02QX04>7re f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0299I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0299I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0299I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0299I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0299O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0299O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0300A30WX07Memory stone that intrudes glacis f148 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0300B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k108 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It rested on an earthen floor, f148, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0300F02QX04>7re f0148 [QX04JW1.J]
F0300I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0300I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0300I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0300I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f148. [WX07JW.J]
F0300O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0300O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0301A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0301B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0301F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0301I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0301I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0301I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0301I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0301O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0301O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0302A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0302B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0302D03R3112583 (40866 48464 - 9035 / Relay location: SW) [R311JW-R.J]
F0302F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0302I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0302I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0302I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0302I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0302O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0302O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0303A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0303B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0303F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0303I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0303I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0303I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0303I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0303O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0303O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0304A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0304B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0304F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0304I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0304I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0304I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0304I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0304O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0304O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0305A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0305B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0305F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0305I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0305I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0305I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0305I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which intruded glacis f123. [WX07JW.J]
F0305O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0305O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0305O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0306A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0306B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0306F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0306I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0306I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0306I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0306I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0306O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0306O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0307A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0307B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0307F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0307I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0307I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0307I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0307I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0307O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0308A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0308B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0308F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0308I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0308I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0308I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0308I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0308O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0308O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0309A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0309B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0309F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0309I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0309I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0309I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0309I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0309O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0309O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0310A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0310B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0310F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0310I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0310I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0310I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0310I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0310O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0310O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0311A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0311B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0311F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0311I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0311I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0311I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0311I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0311O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0311O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0312A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0312B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0312F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0312I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0312I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0312I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0312I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0312O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0312O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0313A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0313B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0313F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0313I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0313I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0313I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0313I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0313O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0313O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0314A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0314B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0314F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0314I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0314I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0314I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0314I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0314O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0314O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0315A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0315B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0315F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0315I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0315I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0315I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0315I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0315O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0315O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0316A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0316B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0316F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0316I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0316I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0316I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0316I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0316O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0316O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0317A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0317B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0317F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0317I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0317I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0317I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0317I10WX07One of the arranged line of 46 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0317O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0317O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0318A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0318B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0318F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0318I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0318I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0318I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0318I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0318O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0318O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0319A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0319B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0319F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0319I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0319I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0319I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0319I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0319O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0319O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0320A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0320B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0320F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0320I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0320I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0320I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0320I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0320O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0320O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0321A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0321B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0321F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0321I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0321I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0321I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0321I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0321O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0321O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0322A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0322B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0322F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0322I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0322I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0322I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0322I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0322O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0322O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0323A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0323B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0323F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0323I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0323I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0323I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0323I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0323O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0323O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0324A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0324B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0324F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0324I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0324I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0324I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0324I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0324O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0324O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0325A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0325B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0325F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0325I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0325I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0325I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0325I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0325O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0325O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0326A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0326B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0326F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0326I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0326I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0326I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0326I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0326O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0326O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0327A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0327B11QX09One of a number of large limestone blocks placed along the top of the revetment wall, f11, in k109 as a conseqence of a major renovation that included a new wahal glacis system, f123 and f152. It sat in an accumulation, f247, above an earthen floor, f370, that covered both the wall top and the plaza to its south. Since the mound was undoubtedly still sacred, the stones probably served as a reminder of the wall system before the plaza filled up and the wall was covered. We often informally refer to them as "memory stones." [QX09JW.J]
F0327F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0327I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0327I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0327I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0327I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floor f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0327O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
F0327O08R321p0035 [R321JW3.J]
F0328A21R717st-is [R717JW1.J]
F0328A30WX07Memory stone that rests on floor f247 in k108. [WX07JW1.J]
F0328B11R717A large limestone block which is a component of a group of about 30 memory stones, a16, that extend along the path of and above the revetment wall, f11, in loci k101, k108, and k109 after the revetment wall was covered by natural accumulation in the Mittani period. This stone was identified recently as we reconciled discrepancies between photographs and drawings of the set of memory stones. [R717JW1.J]
F0328F02QX04>5si f0247 [QX04JW1.J]
F0328I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0328I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0328I04WX07s122a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0328I10WX07One of the arranged line of 45 large stones that comprise stone installation a16 which rests on floors f148 and f247. [WX07JW.J]
F0328O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
F0329A21R717st-is [R717JW1.J]
F0329A30WX07Stone in k109 that is a part of a17 and that rests on accumulation f173. [WX07JW1.J]
F0329B11R717The penultimate stone to the west in a SE to NW line of five large limestone blocks in the far NW corner of k109 which constitute a17. It was most likely discovered during the excavation of exploratory trenches by a German team who were validating the results of a geophysical survey, but as far as we can tell, it was not incorporated into the Global Record at that time. [R717JW1.J]
F0329F02QX04>7re f0173 [QX04JW1.J]
F0329I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0329I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0329I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0329I10WX07Stone that is a part of a17 and that rests on accumulation f173. [WX07JW.J]
F0330A21R717st-is [R717JW1.J]
F0330A30WX07Stone in k109 that is a part of a17 and that rests on accumulation f173. [WX07JW1.J]
F0330B11R717The westernmost of a line of five large limestone blocks in the far NW corner of k109 which constitute a17. It was most likely discovered during the excavation of exploratory trenches by a German team who were validating the results of a geophysical survey, but as far as we can tell, it was not incorporated into the Global Record at that time. [R717JW1.J]
F0330I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0330I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0330I04WX07s120a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0330I10WX07Stone that is a part of a17 and that rests on accumulation f173. [WX07JW.J]
F0331A01S214f0043 [S214JW.J]
F0331A21R717ac [R717JW1.J]
F0331A30WX07Topmost of a series of fills in k105 used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall. It covers fill f92. [WX07JW1.J]
F0331B11R717Natural accumulation in the southern extremity of k1 and k106, to the south of the south face of the revetment wall, f11, and about 50 cm below its top. It marked the stopping point of excavations in these loci for the MZ18 season. [R717JW1.J]
F0331B11W808An unused feature number previously assigned to a natural accumulation whicn is now designated f538. [W808JW.J]
F0331F02R717<0co f0272 [R717JW1.J]
F0331I01W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0331I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0331I04WX07s650c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0331I10WX07Topmost of a series of fills in k105 used in the construction of the EDIII revetment wall. It covers fill f92. [WX07JW.J]
F0331I11WX07Seen only in section so no ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0332A30WX07Two “missing stones” in k109 that rest on accumulation f253 and that form the outside perimeter of stone installation a9. They were not measured or photographed before preliminary removal. [WX07JW1.J]
F0332I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0332I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0332I04WX07s122b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0332I10WX07Two “missing stones” in k109 that rest on accumulation f253 and that form the outside perimeter of stone installation a9. They were not measured or photographed before preliminary removal. [WX07JW.J]
F0333A30WX07Natural accumulation in k94 below accumulation f223. [WX07JW1.J]
F0333F02QX04<0co f0223 [QX04JW1.J]
F0333I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0333I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0333I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0333I10WX07Natural accumulation in k94 below accumulation f223. [WX07JW.J]
F0333O01Q904v0107 [RX31JW.J]
F0333O01Q904v0107a [RX31JW.J]
F0333O01Q904v0107b [RX31JW.J]
F0333O01Q904v0107c [RX31JW.J]
F0333O01Q904v0107d [RX31JW.J]
F0334A21R823ly [R823JW.J]
F0334A30WX07Layer of baqaya in k23 atop layer f263. [WX07JW1.J]
F0334B11R823This horizontal deposit of baqaya, about 10 cm thick, was identified in a photograph, v144, of the sounding through the bottom of pit a10 in the NW corner of k23. It was not noticed during the excavation, probably because the space was very confined and we were hurrying to complete all excavations at the end of the week. [R823JW.J]
F0334F02R823<0co f0270 [R823JW.J]
F0334F02R823>0co f0263 [R823JW.J]
F0334I01W909s650b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0334I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0334I04WX07s650b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0334I10WX07Layer of baqaya in k23 atop layer f263. [WX07JW.J]
F0334I11WX07No ceramics or items recovered. [WX07JW.J]
F0334Q01R823R823JW.T [R823JW.J]
F0334Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
F0335A01S404J2f0057 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0335A21S404ts [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0335A30WX07Topsoil in k21. (Excavated as J2f57 in J2k53.) [WX07JW1.J]
F0335B11S404topsoil excavated as part of J2k53 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0335D01S404k21 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0335F02S404>0co f0336 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0335F02W414>0co f0336 [W414JW.J]
F0335I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0335I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0335I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0335I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0336A01S404J2f0066 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0336A21S404ad [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0336A30WX07Natural accumulation in k21 under topsoil f335. (Excavated as J2f66 in J2k53) [WX07JW1.J]
F0336B11S404accumulation excavated as part of J2k53 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0336D01S404k21 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0336F02S404<0co f0335 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0336F02W414<0co f0335 [W414JW.J]
F0336I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0336I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0336I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0336I10WX07Natural accumulation in k21 under topsoil f335. [WX07JW.J]
F0336I99S404Stopping point for excavations in J2k53 during MZ17. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0337A01S404J2f0053 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0337A21S404ts [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0337A30WX07Topsoil in k11. (Excavated as J2f53 in J2k43) [WX07JW1.J]
F0337B11S404topsoil excavated as part of J2k43 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0337D01S404k11 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0337F02S404>0co f0338 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0337F02W414>0co f0338 [W414JW.J]
F0337I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0337I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0337I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0337I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0338A01S404J2f0059 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0338A21S404ad [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0338A30WX07Natural accumulation in k11 under topsoil f337 and atop accumulation f339. (Excavated as J2f59 in J2k43) [WX07JW1.J]
F0338B11S404accumulation excavated as part of J2k43 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0338D01S404k11 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0338F02S404<0co f0337 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0338F02S404>0co f0339 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0338F02W414<0co f0337 [W414JW.J]
F0338F02W414>0co f0339 [W414JW.J]
F0338I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0338I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0338I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0338I10WX07Natural accumulation in k11 under topsoil f337 and atop accumulation f339 [WX07JW.J]
F0339A01S404J2f0060 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0339A21S404ad [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0339A30WX07Natural accumulation in k11 under accumulation f338. (Excavated as J2f60 in J2k43) [WX07JW1.J]
F0339B11S404accumulation excavated as part of J2 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0339D01S404k11 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0339F02S404<0co f0338 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0339F02W414<0co f0338 [W414JW.J]
F0339I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0339I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0339I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0339I10WX07Natural accumulation in k11 under accumulation f338. [WX07JW.J]
F0339I99S404Stopping point for excavations in J2k43 during MZ17. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0340A01S404J2f0042 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0340A21S404ts [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0340A30WX07Topsoil in k1. (Excavated as J2f42 in J2k33) [WX07JW1.J]
F0340B11S404topsoil excavated as part of J233 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0340D01S404k01 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0340F02S404>0co f0341 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0340F02W414>0co f0341 [W414JW.J]
F0340F02W414>0co f0342 [W414JW.J]
F0340I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0340I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0340I04WX07s20-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0340I10WX07Topsoil on tell surface. [WX07JW.J]
F0341A01S404J2f0046 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0341A21S404lb [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0341A30WX07Natural soil lens in k1 under topsoil f340 and overlaying natural accumulation f345. (Excavated as J2f46 in J2k33) [WX07JW1.J]
F0341B11S404well-defined lens of soil, possible associated with a floor surface several layers below, and excavated as part of J2k33 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0341D01S404k01 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0341F02S404<0co f0340 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0341F02S404>1ov f0345 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0341F02W414<0co f0340 [W414JW.J]
F0341F02W414>1ov f0345 [W414JW.J]
F0341I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0341I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0341I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0341I10WX07Natural soil lens in k1 under topsoil f340 and overlaying natural accumulation f345. [WX07JW.J]
F0342A01S404J2f0049 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0342A21S404ad [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0342A30WX07Natural accumulation in k1 under topsoil f340 and overlaying natural accumulation f345. (Excavated as J2f49 in J2k33) [WX07JW1.J]
F0342B11S404accumulation excavated as part of J2k33 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0342D01S404k01 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0342F02S404<2cu f0343 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0342F02S404>1ov f0345 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0342F02W414<0co f0340 [W414JW.J]
F0342F02W414<2cu f0343 [W414JW.J]
F0342F02W414>1ov f0345 [W414JW.J]
F0342I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0342I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0342I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0342I10WX07Natural accumulation in k1 under topsoil f340 and overlaying natural accumulation f345. [WX07JW.J]
F0343A01S404J2f0054 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0343A21S404pit-c [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0343A30WX07Pit cut in k1 into accumulation f342. (Excavated as J254 in J2k33) [WX07JW1.J]
F0343B11S404cut of a pit into soil layer f342 that was excavated as part of J2k33 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0343D01S404k01 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0343F02S404<5si f0344 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0343F02S404>2cu f0342 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0343F02W414<5si f0344 [W414JW.J]
F0343F02W414>2cu f0342 [W414JW.J]
F0343I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0343I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0343I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0343I10WX07Pit cut in k1 into accumulation f342. [WX07JW.J]
F0344A01S404J2f0055 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0344A21S404fi [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0344A30WX07Fill in k1 in pit cut f343. (Excavated as J2 f55 in J2k33) [WX07JW1.J]
F0344B11S404fill of a pit, f343, that was excavated as part of J2k33 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0344D01S404k01 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0344F02S404>5si f0343 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0344F02W414>5si f0343 [W414JW.J]
F0344I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0344I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0344I04WX07s30-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0344I10WX07Fill in k1 in pit cut f343. [WX07JW.J]
F0345A01S404J2f0061 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0345A21S404ad [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0345A30WX07Natural accumulation in k1 under layer f341 and accumulation f242. (Excavated as J2f61 in J2k33) [WX07JW1.J]
F0345B11S404accumulation excavated as part of J2k33 in MZ17(2004-O) and incorporated into J3. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0345D01S404k01 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0345F02S404<1ov f0341 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0345F02S404<1ov f0342 [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0345F02W414<1ov f0341 [W414JW.J]
F0345F02W414<1ov f0342 [W414JW.J]
F0345I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0345I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0345I04WX07s50-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0345I10WX07Natural accumulation in k1 under layer f341 and accumulation f242. [WX07JW.J]
F0345I99S404Stopping point for excavations in J2k33 during MZ17. [S404JW1.J***F335_TO_F345._TC'S_COPIED_TO_FILE_W4141JW.J._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_WX07.]
F0346A21U913fi [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0346A21U913fi [UX05JW.J]
F0346A21U914f1 [U914JW2.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0346A30WX07Fill in k110 under EDIII glacis f109 and LC3 glacis f368. [WX07JW1.J]
F0346B11U913This fill had many of the same characteristics of the baqaya above. It was hard, came off in sheets, contained calcite inclusions, and was reddish in color. It is posssible that it is the remains of a prior glacis. It is also possible that it is fill to transition from a flat surface to the sloping surface of the f109 glacis. Due to the surface hardness, we could not determine the orientation of the relatively large number of sherds recovered. (Random orientation would imply fill or coating, while a horizontal orientation would imply accumulation above a floor.) In the far NE corner there is a N-S line of baqaya, which may be bricks. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0346B11UX07Fill beneath and sealed by the baqaya glacis, f109 and f50 (exposed in MZ19 and MZ20). It covered the what most likely was a previous glacis, f368, which in turn covered the major LC3 wall segment, f348. Ceramics within were all from the Late Chalcolithic 3 period, but the time of deposition may be from the Later Early Dynastic period when the revetment wall, f11, was built. Fill, f346, may have been applied as part of a remodel of the BA Temple mound using soil already there. [V206JW.J]
F0346C03U914One issue with this feature is whether it is a floor accumulation above f348, or fill added to change the shape the BA temple mound from steps to a slope. Two observations indicate that it is a fill.
First, pavement f348 is relatively level while the thickness of f346 increases from south to north, matching the shape of the extant mound.
Second, the orientation of sherds we could identify in situ were randomly oriented, the largest being aligned vertically. [U914JW2.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0346D01U913k110 [UX05JW.J]
F0346D06U9139206 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0346D06U9139236 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0346F02U913<5si q0410 [UX05JW2.J]
F0346F02U913<5si q0411 [UX05JW2.J]
F0346F02U914<5si q0413 [UX05JW2.J]
F0346F02U915<5si i0027 [UX05JW3.J]
F0346F02U915<5si q0414 [UX05JW2.J]
F0346F02U916<5si q0417 [UX05JW2.J]
F0346F02U916<5si q0418 [UX05JW2.J]
F0346F02W414<0co f0109 [W414JW.J]
F0346F02W414<3in f0347 [W414JW.J]
F0346F02W414<3in f0350 [W414JW.J]
F0346F02W414>0co f0368 [W414JW.J]
F0346I01W909s650b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0346I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0346I04WX07s650b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0346I10WX07Covered by the baqaya glacis, f109 and f50, which because of their association (protects the top from erosion) with the main revetment wall, f11, are dated to the EDIII period. f346 may be either the remains of earlier glacis or fill to make a smooth transition from an older glacis, f368, to f109. This stratum assignment assumes that it is EDIII fill. [WX07JW.J]
F0346I11WX07As in many features in this part of the excavation unit, the ceramics within the feature date to the Late Chalcolithic period. [WX07JW.J]
F0346I80U913A preliminary analysis of the ceramics by mKB, dated this feature to the LC3 period. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0346K03U913so [UX05JW.J]
F0346K05U913pale red [UX05JW.J]
F0346K06U9137.5YR 6/3 [UX05JW.J]
F0346K07U913>5 [UX05JW.J]
F0346K08U913plaster-like [UX05JW.J]
F0346O01U913v0169 [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U913v0170 [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U913v0170a [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U913v0171 [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U913v0171a [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U915v0172b [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U915v0172c [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U915v0172d [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U915v0172e [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U925v0191 [V205JW.J]
F0346O01U925v0191a [V205JW.J]
F0346O01UX04v0192 [V205JW.J]
F0346O01UX04v0192a [V205JW.J]
F0346O01UX04v0193 [V205JW.J]
F0346O01UX04v0193a [V205JW.J]
F0346O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0346P02U913U916 [UX05JW.J]
F0347A21U913lb [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0347A21U913rh [UX05JW.J]
F0347A30WX07Rodent holes in fill f346 and wall f348. [WX07JW1.J]
F0347B11U913We originally noticed this feature as pockets of soft brown soil with occasional smaller areas of black ash. Portions of two burned animal bones were found in the accompanying q-lot, q411. However, as we excavated it further, we can see that at its thickest point it is a relatively thin (10cm) band of ashy soil which extends in a rough pattern bounded by a circle of diameter 1 meter. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0347B11UX07A pocket of disturbed soil formed by a colony of social animals. Our first analysis concluded that it was the fill of a pit, but as the k13 east section was examined prior to drawing, one could see the individual burrows which cut through f346 and intruded into the top of wall, f348. [V206JW.J]
F0347D01U913k110 [UX05JW.J]
F0347D03U9132588 (41412 49474 - 9215 / Relay location: center) [U930JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0347D06U9139196 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0347D06U9139206 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0347F02U913<5si q0412 [UX05JW2.J]
F0347F02W414>3in f0346 [W414JW.J]
F0347F02W414>3in f0348 [W414JW.J]
F0347I01W909s10-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0347I03W909h9p-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0347I04WX07s10-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0347I10WX07At the time of excavation, our first impression was that this was the fill of a pit. Later, when the section was examined, it was clear that this was the residue from a colony of burrowing animals. Because this colony could have been active at any time after the f348 wall was built, we assigned it to the highest stratum available. [WX07JW.J]
F0347I11WX07Ceramics from this feature were securely dated to the LC3 period. [WX07JW.J]
F0347I80U913A preliminary analysis of the ceramics by mKB, dated this feature to the LC3 period. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0347K03U913so [UX05JW.J]
F0347K05U913yellowish brown [UX05JW.J]
F0347K06U91310YR 5/4 [UX05JW.J]
F0347K07U9133 [UX05JW.J]
F0347K08U913fine and dusty [UX05JW.J]
F0347O01U913v0169 [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U913v0169a [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U913v0169b [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U913v0170 [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U913v0170a [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U913v0170b [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U913v0171 [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U913v0171a [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U913v0171b [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U915v0172b [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U915v0172d [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U915v0172e [V205JW.J]
F0347O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
F0347O01UX04v0193 [V205JW.J]
F0347O01UX04v0193a [V205JW.J]
F0347P02U913U913 [UX05JW.J]
F0348A21U913w [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0348A21U913w [UX05JW.J]
F0348A30WX07Substantial mudbrick wall under fill f346 and glacis f368. [WX07JW1.J]
F0348B11U913This is a horizontal surface of red bricks laid vertically in a brown mortar matrix. As we have only exposed a small portion of its top in the SW corner of the locus, it is impossible to determine whether it is a pavement, a fallen wall, or a wall-top. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
F0348B11UX07At the close of the excavation season this feature appears to be the southwest corner of a substantial wall constructed of red mudbricks. There is a double niche at the corner which may be a buttress. The wall foundation appears to be a mudbrick platform, f363. The wall extends into both the east and north baulks. It has been damaged by burrowing animals in several locations. The top of the wall has been cut down, sloping from north to south to provide a surface for a glacis, f368, probably associated with construction of the BA temple mound. The courses of bricks of the wall are not horizontal – they slope down from north to south, possibly as a result of settling. [V206JW.J]
F0348D01U913k110 [UX05JW.J]
F0348D03U9182613 (41563 49388 - 9229 / Relay location: NW corner) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0348D03U9182614 (41339 49351 - 9223 / Relay location: N center corner) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0348D06U9139196 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0348F02U916<8ab f0352 [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0348F02W414<3in f0347 [W414JW.J]
F0348F02W414<3in f0367 [W414JW.J]
F0348F02W414<8ab f0355 [W414JW.J]
F0348F02W414<8ab f0356 [W414JW.J]
F0348F02W414<8ab f0357 [W414JW.J]
F0348F02W414>7re f0363 [W414JW.J]
F0348I01W909s866a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0348I03W909h2i-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0348I04WX07s866a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0348I10WX07This mudbrick wall is intact and sealed by two glacis, f109 and f368, above. Although it has not been excavated, several floors and accumulations which abut it have been securely dated to the LC3 period. Therefore we have assigned a stratum which is earlier, but still within this period. [WX07JW.J]
F0348K03U913bk [UX05JW.J]
F0348K05U913pale red [UX05JW.J]
F0348K06U9137.5YR 6/4 [UX05JW.J]
F0348K07U913>5 [UX05JW.J]
F0348K08U913fine and granular [UX05JW.J]
F0348O01U913v0170b [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U913v0171a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U913v0171b [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U915v0172b [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U915v0172c [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U915v0172d [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U915v0172e [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U916v0174 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U916v0174a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U916v0176 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U916v0176a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0177 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0177a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0177b [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0177c [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0177d [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0178 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0178a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0178b [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0178c [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0178d [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0179 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0179a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0179b [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0179c [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0179d [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0179e [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U918v0179f [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U921v0184 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U921v0184a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U922v0181 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U925v0188 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U925v0188a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U925v0190 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U925v0190a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U925v0191 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01U925v0191b [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX04v0192 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX04v0193 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX04v0193a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX04v0198a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX04v0198b [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX05v0195a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX05v0195b [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX05v0195c [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX07v0196 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX07v0199 [V205JW.J]
F0348O01UX07v0199a [V205JW.J]
F0349A21U915fi [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0349A21U915fi [UX05JW.J]
F0349A30WX07Fill in k13 of pit a19. [WX07JW1.J]
F0349B11U915The fill of a pit, a19, which is approximately 1 meter in diameter. It was at least partly covered by the baqaya surface of f109, but not enough to guarantee a seal for the contents. In two days of excavation, the pit yielded sherds identified as LC3, a broken grindstone, and a flint blade. [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0349D01U915k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0349D06U9159162 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0349D06U9159294 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0349F02U916<5si q0415 [UX05JW2.J]
F0349F02U916<5si q0419 [UX05JW2.J]
F0349F02W414>5si f0350 [W414JW.J]
F0349I01W909s650b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0349I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0349I04WX07s650b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0349I10WX07This was the fill of a shallow pit which intruded into fill, f351. However, at best it was observed to be sealed by glacis, f50. Therefore it was assigned a stratum in the EDIII period. [WX07JW.J]
F0349I11WX07The ceramics were securely dated to the LC3 period. [WX07JW.J]
F0349K03U915so [UX05JW.J]
F0349K05U915pale brown [UX05JW.J]
F0349K06U91510YR 6/3 [UX05JW.J]
F0349K07U9152 [UX05JW.J]
F0349K08U915fine and granular [UX05JW.J]
F0349O01U913v0170 [V205JW.J]
F0349O01U913v0170a [V205JW.J]
F0349O01U913v0171 [V205JW.J]
F0349P02U915U913 [UX05JW.J]
F0350A21U915pit-c [UX05JW.J]
F0350A21U915pt-c [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0350A30WX07Cut in k23 of pit a19. [WX07JW1.J]
F0350B11U915The cut of pit a19. It was on the border between k13 and k12 and penetrated both fill, f346, and the glacis, f351. [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0350D01U915k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0350D06U9159162 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0350D06U9159198 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0350F02W414<5si f0349 [W414JW.J]
F0350F02W414>3in f0346 [W414JW.J]
F0350F02W414>3in f0351 [W414JW.J]
F0350I01W909s650b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0350I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0350I04WX07s650b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0350I10WX07The cut of this pit, a19, is presumed to have been made soon before the filling occurred, hence the assignment to stratum 66-J3B. [WX07JW.J]
F0351A21U915fi [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0351A21U916fi [UX05JW.J]
F0351A30WX07Fill in k12 south of the south face of wall f348. [WX07JW1.J]
F0351B11U915This 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. [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0351B11UX07We 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. [V206JW.J]
F0351C03U928We 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. [UX07JW1.J]
F0351D01U916k12 [UX05JW.J]
F0351D03U9152590 (41554 49412 - 9249 / Relay location: NW edge) [U930JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0351D03U9152591 (41515 49409 - 9248 / Relay location: NW edge) [U930JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0351D03U9152592 (41537 49448 - 9247 / Relay location: NW edge) [U930JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0351D03U9182616 (41340 49163 - 9173 / Relay location: q 426 NW corner) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0351D06U9169072 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0351D06U9169122 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0351F02U916<5si i0028 [UX05JW3.J]
F0351F02U916<5si i0029 [UX05JW3.J]
F0351F02U916<5si i0030 [UX05JW3.J]
F0351F02U916<5si q0420 [UX05JW2.J]
F0351F02U921<5si q0426 [UX05JW2.J]
F0351F02U922<5si q0431 [UX05JW2.J]
F0351F02W414<0co f0368 [W414JW.J]
F0351F02W414<3in f0350 [W414JW.J]
F0351I01W909s860c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0351I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0351I04WX07s860c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0351I10WX07This 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. [WX07JW.J]
F0351I11WX07Ceramics have been dated to the LC3 period. [WX07JW.J]
F0351K03U916so [UX05JW.J]
F0351K05U916pale red [UX05JW.J]
F0351K06U9167.5YR 6/4 [UX05JW.J]
F0351K07U916>5 [UX05JW.J]
F0351K08U916crust from scraping [UX05JW.J]
F0351O01U916v0174 [V205JW.J]
F0351O01U916v0175 [V205JW.J]
F0351O01U916v0175a [V205JW.J]
F0351O01U916v0176 [V205JW.J]
F0351O01U916v0176a [V205JW.J]
F0351P02U916U916 [UX05JW.J]
F0352A21U916fi [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0352A21U916fi [UX05JW.J]
F0352A30WX07Fill in k13 west of the west face of wall f348. [WX07JW1.J]
F0352B11U916fill, possibly above a floor to the west of what seems to be the west face of wall, f348. Relative to the fills and glacis excavated so far, it had a large amount of pottery in a small volume. Closer investigation reveals that it was used to level the entire area, including wall, f348, to form a base for glacis, f368. [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0352B11UX07This feature could be one of two things (or both); either it is a floor accumulation above a gray mudbrick floor, f355, or fill placed above the floor surface to the top of the cut-down wall, f348, to form the support base for glacis f368. [V206JW.J]
F0352D01U916k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0352D06U9169203 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0352D06U9169208 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0352F02U916<0co f0368 [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0352F02U916<5si f0353 [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0352F02U916<5si q0421 [UX05JW2.J]
F0352F02U916>0co f0355 [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0352F02U916>8ab f0348 [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0352F02U919<5si q0422 [UX05JW2.J]
F0352F02W414<3in f0353 [W414JW.J]
F0352I01W909s860c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0352I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0352I04WX07s860c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0352I10WX07One of two fills (f351 is the other) directly below glacis, f368. [WX07JW.J]
F0352I11WX07Ceramics evaluated as LC3 with one possible LC2 sherd. [WX07JW.J]
F0352K03U916so [UX05JW.J]
F0352K05U916pale brown [UX05JW.J]
F0352K06U91610YR 6/3 [UX05JW.J]
F0352K07U9163 [UX05JW.J]
F0352K08U916dense with brick chunks [UX05JW.J]
F0352O01U925v0191 [V205JW.J]
F0352O01U925v0191a [V205JW.J]
F0352O01UX04v0192 [V205JW.J]
F0352O01UX04v0192a [V205JW.J]
F0352O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0352P02U916U918 [UX05JW.J]
F0353A21U915rh [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0353A21U916rh [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0353A21U918rh [UX05JW.J]
F0353A30WX07Rodent holes in fill f352 and wall f348. [WX07JW1.J]
F0353B11U915a very thin layer of dark soil in the middle of the north baulk line. It was about 1 meter in diameter with an arc into k13. It contained no cultural material. Upon closer inspection, it was determined to be the remains of a small colony of burrowing animals. [U915JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0353B11U916Soft brown soil in several pockets about a radius of about 1 meter. Upon excavation we found extensive intrusion into the west face of wall, f348. The source was the interlinked burrows of small, social animals. [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0353D01U918k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0353D06U9189249 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0353D06U9189254 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0353F02U916>5si f0352 [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0353F02W414>3in f0352 [W414JW.J]
F0353I01W909s10-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0353I03W909h9p-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0353I04WX07s10-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0353I10WX07One of several residues from animal burrows which intruded into earlier deposits. Due to an inability to date them they have been assigned to the highest stratum, 1-J3B. [WX07JW.J]
F0353K03U918so [UX05JW.J]
F0353K05U918light brownish gray [UX05JW.J]
F0353K06U91810YR 6/2 [UX05JW.J]
F0353K07U918<1 [UX05JW.J]
F0353O01UX04v0192 [V205JW.J]
F0353O01UX04v0192a [V205JW.J]
F0353O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0353P02U918U916 [UX05JW.J]
F0354A21U918vm [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0354A21U918vm [UX05JW.J]
F0354A30WX07Inter-seasonal accumulation of soil in the previously excavated cut of pit a5. [WX07JW1.J]
F0354B11U918volumetric material in the cut of pit a5, excavated in a previous season. It consisted of backfill, surface accumulation, and soil excavated in this season, MZ23. [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0354D01U918k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0354D06U9189200 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0354F02U919<5si q0423 [UX05JW2.J]
F0354F02W414>5si f0128 [W414JW.J]
F0354I01W909s00-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0354I03W909h9s-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0354I04WX0700-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0354I10WX07Volumetric material cleaned from pit a5, excavated in a previous season. It was assigned to the highest stratum because it contained soil deposited since excavation and residue from excavations this season. [WX07JW.J]
F0354K05U918variable [UX05JW.J]
F0354K08U918pit as backfill [UX05JW.J]
F0354P01U918U918 [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0355A21U918fb [UX05JW.J]
F0355A21U918pb [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0355A30WX07Mudbrick pavement in k13 west of wall f348. [WX07JW1.J]
F0355B11U918a small section of mudbrick pavement. The bricks were gray and laid horizontally with gray mortar. It is possible that we cut a portion of it while excavating to find the west face of wall, f348, [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0355B11UX07A small section of mudbrick pavement along the west face of red brick wall, f348. The pavement bricks were gray and laid horizontally with gray mortar. It is possible that we cut a portion of it while excavating to find the west face of wall, 348. Less clear was whether the pavement was a single line of bricks running north-south along the wall face or whether there were other courses that extended to the west. The bricks covered fill, f356, in which at the south end of the bricks was burial, a20. [V206JW.J]
F0355D01U918k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0355D03U9212620 (41628 49200 - 9199 / Relay location: NW corner) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0355D03U9212621 (41573 49371 - 9199 / Relay location: NE corner) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0355D03U9212622 (41466 49314 - 9199 / Relay location: SE corner) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0355D03U9212623 (41484 49295 - 9199 / Relay location: mid S corner) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0355D03U9212624 (41561 49307 - 9199 / Relay location: mid mid corner) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0355D03U9212625 (41623 49191 - 9198 / Relay location: SW corner) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0355D06U9189199 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0355D06U9189203 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0355F02U916<0co f0352 [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0355F02U921<5si q0429 [UX05JW2.J]
F0355F02W414>0co f0356 [W414JW.J]
F0355F02W414>8ab f0348 [W414JW.J]
F0355I01W909s864a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0355I03W909h2i-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0355I04WX07s864a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0355I10WX07Mudbrick floor covered by fill, f352. [WX07JW.J]
F0355I11WX07The few sherds were identified as LC3. [WX07JW.J]
F0355K03U918so [UX05JW.J]
F0355K05U918light gray [UX05JW.J]
F0355K06U91810YR 7/2 [UX05JW.J]
F0355K08U918mudbrick floor over jar [UX05JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0177 [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0177a [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0177b [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0177c [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0177d [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0178 [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0178a [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0178b [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0178c [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0178d [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0179d [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0179e [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U918v0179f [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U921v0184 [V205JW.J]
F0355O01U921v0184a [V205JW.J]
F0355O01UX04v0192 [V205JW.J]
F0355O01UX04v0192a [V205JW.J]
F0355O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0355P02U918U910 [UX05JW.J]
F0356A21U918aa [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0356A21U918aa [UX05JW.J]
F0356A30WX07Fill in k13 above floor accumulation f357. [WX07JW1.J]
F0356B11U918accumulation above a higly compacted dirt floor, f357. The sherds in it were randomly oriented suggesting that it may rather have been fill between the mudbrick pavement, f355, and the compacted floor, f357. [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0356B11UX07This feature is a fill above the floor accumulation, f357, which in turn is above a highly compacted dirt floor, f358. The sherds in it were randomly oriented supporting the assumption that it was fill. The burial jar of a20 appeared to have been placed on f357 before the space was filled with f356. [V206JW.J]
F0356D01U918k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0356D06U9189156 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0356D06U9189209 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0356F02918<5si q0424 [-UX05JW2.J]
F0356F02U918<5si i0031 [UX05JW3.J]
F0356F02U919<5si i0032 [UX05JW3.J]
F0356F02U919<5si i0033 [UX05JW3.J]
F0356F02U923<5si q0432 [UX05JW2.J]
F0356F02W414<0co f0355 [W414JW.J]
F0356F02W414>0co f0357 [W414JW.J]
F0356F02W414>8ab f0348 [W414JW.J]
F0356I01W909s864b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0356I03W909h2i-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0356I04WX07s864b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0356I10WX07This fill/floor accumulation, is directly below mudbrick floor, f355, and above compacted soil floor, f357. [WX07JW.J]
F0356I11WX07Ceramics dated to LC3. [WX07JW.J]
F0356K03U918so [UX05JW.J]
F0356K05U918light yellowish brown [UX05JW.J]
F0356K06U91810YR 6/4 [UX05JW.J]
F0356K07U9184.5 [UX05JW.J]
F0356K08U918some spots of charcoal [UX05JW.J]
F0356O01U918v0177 [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U918v0177a [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U918v0177b [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U918v0177c [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U918v0177d [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U918v0178 [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U918v0179 [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U918v0179a [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U918v0179b [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U918v0179c [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U921v0184 [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U921v0184a [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U922v0183 [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U925v0191 [V205JW.J]
F0356O01U925v0191a [V205JW.J]
F0356O01UX04v0192 [V205JW.J]
F0356O01UX04v0192a [V205JW.J]
F0356O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0356P02U918U918 [UX05JW.J]
F0357A21U918fb [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0357A21U918fb [UX05JW.J]
F0357A30WX07Floor accumulation above floor f358. [WX07JW1.J]
F0357B11U918highly compacted dirt floor upon which large jar, i31, rests. We conclude that it is a floor because of the above factors plus that it is level, it has small charcoal inclusions, and it has patches of the white powdery remains of decayed vegetative matter. [U918JW.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0357B11UX07This is the compacted accumulation above dirt floor, f358. A large burial jar, f31 rests on it. It has small charcoal inclusions, patches of white decayed vegetative matter, and significant ceramics. Some are pressed flat, while others lean against wall, f348, which this floor accumulation abuts. [V206JW.J]
F0357D01U918k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0357D03U9182607 (41492 49246 - 9158 / Relay location: NW corner) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0357D03U9182608 (41459 49310 - 9158 / Relay location: NEN corner) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0357D03U9182609 (41429 49304 - 9158 / Relay location: NW m corner) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0357D03U9182610 (41402 49347 - 9158 / Relay location: NEN corner) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0357D03U9182611 (41280 49272 - 9158 / Relay location: SE corner) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0357D03U9182612 (41341 49170 - 9158 / Relay location: SW corner) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0357D06U9189148 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0357D06U9189158 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0357F02U921<5si q0427 [UX05JW2.J]
F0357F02U924<5si q0434 [UX05JW2.J]
F0357F02U924<5si q0435 [UX05JW2.J]
F0357F02W414<0co f0356 [W414JW.J]
F0357F02W414>0co f0358 [W414JW.J]
F0357F02W414>8ab f0348 [W414JW.J]
F0357I01W909s864c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0357I03W909h2i-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0357I04WX07s864c-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0357I10WX07Highest of two mudbrick floors abutting wall, f348, excavated this season. Contains an infant jar-burial, a20. [WX07JW.J]
F0357I11WX07Ceramics, including several restorable jars, dated to LC3. [WX07JW.J]
F0357K03U918so [UX05JW.J]
F0357K05U918pale red [UX05JW.J]
F0357K06U9187.5YR 6/3 [UX05JW.J]
F0357K07U9184.5 [UX05JW.J]
F0357K08U918flat decayed [UX05JW.J]
F0357O01U922v0183 [V205JW.J]
F0357O01UX04v0192 [V205JW.J]
F0357O01UX04v0192a [V205JW.J]
F0357O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0357P02U918U922 [UX05JW.J]
F0358A21U919fb [UX05JW.J]
F0358A30WX07Soil floor in k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0358B11UX07This is a highly compacted dirt floor that extends to the west of the west face of wall, f348, to at least the west baulk of k13. It is presently bounded on the south by the poorly defined brick structure f361. On the north side it goes into the north baulk of k13 where it is bounded on the east and west by pillars of gray mudbricks. [V206JW.J]
F0358D01U919k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0358D06U9199148 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0358F02W414<0co f0357 [W414JW.J]
F0358I01W909s864d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0358I03W909h2i-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0358I04WX07s864d-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0358I10WX07Lowest floor reached this season which abuts wall, f348. Covered by floor, f357. [WX07JW.J]
F0358I11WX07No ceramics recovered to aid in dating. [WX07JW.J]
F0358K03U919so [UX05JW.J]
F0358K05U919pale red [UX05JW.J]
F0358K06U9197.5YR 7/3 [UX05JW.J]
F0358K07U9194.5 [UX05JW.J]
F0358K08U919greasy when scraped [UX05JW.J]
F0358O01U925v0188 [V205JW.J]
F0358O01U925v0188a [V205JW.J]
F0358O01U925v0191 [V205JW.J]
F0358O01UX04v0192 [V205JW.J]
F0358O01UX04v0192a [V205JW.J]
F0358O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0359A21U919fi [UX05JW.J]
F0359A30WX07Fill in k12 of pit a21. [WX07JW1.J]
F0359B11UX07The fill of a shallow pit in the NW corner of k12. It contained nothing to indicate what the purpose of the pit was. [V206JW.J]
F0359D01U919k12 [UX05JW.J]
F0359D06U9199114 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0359D06U9199138 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0359F02U921<5si q0428 [UX05JW2.J]
F0359I01W909s864d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0359I03W909h2i-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0359I04WX07s864d-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0359I10WX07Fill of a small pit whose purpose is unknown. It intrudes brick structure f361, which seems to be associated with wall, f348 [WX07JW.J]
F0359I11WX07.Ceramics dated to LC3. [WX07JW.J]
F0359K03U919so [UX05JW.J]
F0359K05U919light brownish gray [UX05JW.J]
F0359K06U91910YR 6/2 [UX05JW.J]
F0359K07U919<1 [UX05JW.J]
F0359K08U919soft and powdery [UX05JW.J]
F0359O01U922v0183 [V205JW.J]
F0359P02U919U921 [UX05JW.J]
F0360A21U919pit-c [UX05JW.J]
F0360A30WX07Cut in k12 of pit a21. [WX07JW1.J]
F0360B11UX07The cut of a shallow pit in the NW corner of k12. It intrudes into a poorly defined brick structure, f361. [V206JW.J]
F0360D01U919k12 [UX05JW.J]
F0360D03U9182634 (41347 49088 - 9138 / Relay location: W rim) [UX02JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0360D03U9182635 (41435 49096 - 9126 / Relay location: N rim) [UX02JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0360D03U9182636 (41487 49065 - 9119 / Relay location: E rim) [UX02JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0360D06U9199114 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0360D06U9199138 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0360I01W909s864d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0360I03W909h2i-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0360I04WX07s864d-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0360I10WX07Cut of a pit which intrudes brick structure f361. [WX07JW.J]
F0360O01U922v0183 [V205JW.J]
F0360O01U922v0183a [V205JW.J]
F0361A21U919bk [UX05JW.J]
F0361A30WX07Undefined mudbrick structure in k12. [WX07JW1.J]
F0361B11UX07A poorly defined structure of red mudbricks in the northwest corner of k12. At present, all we see is the top, which is covered on the west side by an unexcavated uniform layer of soil or brick. [V206JW.J]
F0361D01U919k12 [UX05JW.J]
F0361D06U9199148 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0361I01W909s866a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0361I03W909h2i-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0361I04WX07s866a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0361I10WX07Brick structure about one meter from the southwest corner of wall, f348. Temporarily assigned the same stratum as f348, pending future excavations. [WX07JW.J]
F0361K03U919bk [UX05JW.J]
F0361K05U919pale red [UX05JW.J]
F0361K06U9197.5YR 6/4 [UX05JW.J]
F0361K07U919>5 [UX05JW.J]
F0361K08U919red w/o inclusions [UX05JW.J]
F0361O01U922v0183 [V205JW.J]
F0361O01U922v0183a [V205JW.J]
F0361O01UX04v0186 [V205JW.J]
F0361O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0361O01UX04v0198b [V205JW.J]
F0361O01UX05v0195c [V205JW.J]
F0362A21U919fi [UX05JW.J]
F0362A30WX07Fill in k12 to the west and south of mudbrick pavement f355. [WX07JW1.J]
F0362B11UX07This is a the non-mudbrick material (probably fill) to the west and south of the gray mudbricks, f355. It most likely is the smoothed top surface of fill, f356. [V206JW.J]
F0362D01U919k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0362D06U9199158 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0362D06U9199199 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0362F02U921<5si q0430 [UX05JW2.J]
F0362I01W909s864b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0362I03W909h2i-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0362I04WX07s864b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0362I10WX07Most likely the smoothed top of fill, f356, so it shares the same stratum. [WX07JW.J]
F0362I11WX07Ceramics dated to LC3. [WX07JW.J]
F0362K03U919soil [UX05JW.J]
F0362K05U919pale brown [UX05JW.J]
F0362K06U91910YR 6/3 [UX05JW.J]
F0362K07U9194.25 [UX05JW.J]
F0362K08U919compact brickish [UX05JW.J]
F0362P02U919U918 [UX05JW.J]
F0363A21U923pf [UX05JW.J]
F0363A30WX07Mudbrick platform in k12 that serves as the foundation for wall f348. [WX07JW1.J]
F0363B11UX07This structure, consisting of red bricks laid with gray mortar, lays to the south of the perimeter of brick wall, f348, which is made of the same material. The most likely function is to serve as a foundation for the wall [V206JW.J]
F0363D01U923k12 [UX05JW.J]
F0363D06U9239078 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0363F02W414<7re f0348 [W414JW.J]
F0363I01W909s866b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0363I03W909h2i-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0363I04WX07s866b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0363I10WX07Red brick wall, f348, is situated atop this platform. The wall may abut the platform, rest on it, or be bonded to it. [WX07JW.J]
F0363K03U923bk [UX05JW.J]
F0363K05U923pale red [UX05JW.J]
F0363K06U9237.5YR 6/4 [UX05JW.J]
F0363K07U923>5 [UX05JW.J]
F0363K08U923red with inclusions [UX05JW.J]
F0363O01U922v0181 [V205JW.J]
F0363O01U922v0181a [V205JW.J]
F0363O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
F0363O01UX05v0195b [V205JW.J]
F0363O01UX05v0195c [V205JW.J]
F0364A21U923fi [UX05JW.J]
F0364A30WX07Fill in k12 of a pit dug for human burial a22. [WX07JW1.J]
F0364B11UX07This feature is the fill of a pit dug for a human burial, a22, along the western edge of k12. [V206JW.J]
F0364D01U923k12 [UX05JW.J]
F0364D06U9239063 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0364D06U9239073 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0364F02U922<5si i0034 [UX05JW3.J]
F0364F02U924<5si q0433 [UX05JW2.J]
F0364F02U924<5si q0436 [UX05JW2.J]
F0364F02U925<5si q0437 [UX05JW2.J]
F0364I01W909s860b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0364I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0364I04WX07s860b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0364I10WX07The fill of a pit containing burial a22. [WX07JW.J]
F0364I11WX07The small number of sherds excavated were dated to the LC3 period. [WX07JW.J]
F0364K03U923soil [UX05JW.J]
F0364K05U923dark grayish brown [UX05JW.J]
F0364K06U92310YR 4/2 [UX05JW.J]
F0364K07U923<1 [UX05JW.J]
F0364K08U923soft, but hard around bones [UX05JW.J]
F0364P02U923U925 [UX05JW.J]
F0365A21U923pit-c [UX05JW.J]
F0365A30WX07Cut in k12 of a pit dug for human burial a22. [WX07JW1.J]
F0365B11UX07This feature is the cut of a pit dug for a human burial, a22, along the western edge of k12. [V206JW.J]
F0365D01U923k12 [UX05JW.J]
F0365D06U9239063 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0365D06U9239073 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0365I01W909s860b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0365I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0365I04WX07860b-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0365I10WX07The pit intruded fill, f351, which was sealed by both glacis, f50 and f368. [WX07JW.J]
F0366A21U925vm [UX05JW.J]
F0366A30WX07Soil from multiple strata that was removed from the west baulk of k13. [WX07JW1.J]
F0366B11UX07This feature is the volumetric material contained in a small sliver of the west baulk of k13 which was removed to improve sightlines for final photographs. [V206JW.J]
F0366D01U925k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0366D06U9259153 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0366D06U9259227 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0366I01W909s00-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0366I03W909h9s-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0366I04WX07s00-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0366I10WX07Volumetric material removed during baulk cleaning and assigned this stratum for record purposes. [WX07JW.J]
F0366K03U925soil [UX05JW.J]
F0366K05U925variable [UX05JW.J]
F0366P02U925U925 [UX05JW.J]
F0367A21U927rh [UX05JW.J]
F0367A30WX07Hole in k13 dug by a fox into wall f348. [WX07JW1.J]
F0367B11UX07Hole dug into wall, f348, by a fox after MZ23 excavations were completed. It is located near the NE corner of locus k110. [V206JW.J]
F0367D01U927k13 [UX05JW.J]
F0367D06U9279217 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0367D06U9279286 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0367F02W414>3in f0348 [W414JW.J]
F0367I01W909s10-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0367I03W909h9p-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0367I04WX07s10-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0367I10WX07A hole dug by a fox into wall, f348, on the last full day of excavation season MZ(2010-U). [WX07JW.J]
F0368A21U927glacis [UX05JW.J]
F0368A30WX07Crusted layer of soil believed to be a late LC3 glacis atop earlier construction including wall f348. [WX07JW1.J]
F0368B11UX07Crusty surface of deteriorated mudbrick atop wall, f348 and fills, f351 and f352. It is of the approximate thickness and hardness of the baqaya glacis, f50 and f109, and probably served as an effective seal for features below. At the close of excavations we formally designated this layer as a feature and glacis. [V206JW.J]
F0368D01U927k12 [UX05JW.J]
F0368D06U9279242 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0368D06U9279247 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0368F02U916>0co f0352 [U917JW.J***V172,_A19,_F349-F353,_F368._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0368F02W414<0co f0346 [W414JW.J]
F0368F02W414<3in f0369 [W414JW.J]
F0368F02W414>0co f0351 [W414JW.J]
F0368I01W909s860a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0368I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0368I04WX07s860a-J3B [WX07JW.J]
F0368I10WX07A crusty surface which covers fills f351 and f352 and wall f348. [WX07JW.J]
F0368I11WX07No ceramics were recovered to date this surface, which was well-sealed by glacis f50 and f109. [WX07JW.J]
F0368K08U927crust [UX05JW.J]
F0368O01U916v0174 [V205JW.J]
F0368O01U916v0175 [V205JW.J]
F0368O01U916v0175a [V205JW.J]
F0368O01U916v0176 [V205JW.J]
F0368O01U916v0176a [V205JW.J]
F0369A21U927pit-c [UX05JW.J]
F0369A30WX07Cut in k12 of pit a24, whose purpose is not yet known. [WX07JW1.J]
F0369D01U927k12 [UX05JW.J]
F0369D06U9279082 @bottom [UX05JW.J]
F0369D06U9279092 @top [UX05JW.J]
F0369F02W414>3in f0368 [W414JW.J]
F0369I01W909s860b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0369I03W909h2m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0370A21W330fb [W330JW.J]
F0370A30WX07The lowest level in k109 excavated directly in front of revetment wall f11. [WX07JW1.J]
F0370B11W330This is the westward projection of a compacted dirt floor (f261) covered by accumulations, f247 and f253. Upon it rests 27 limestone blocks, arranged in a rough line running east-west. These are are components of aggregate a16, memory stones. The projected top elevation is 9046, based on the bottom elevation of f253 which would have covered it. It remains in situ. [W330JW.J]
F0370F02QX04<0co f0253 [QX04JW1.J]
F0370F02W414>8ab f0011 [W414JW.J]
F0370I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0370I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0500A30W907Post-Mittani natural accumulation in k1. [W907JW.J]
F0500F02W414<0co f0634 [W414JW.J]
F0500I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0500I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0500I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0500I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0500I10W826Continuous buildup of natural accumulation from period immediately following late Mittani abandonment. [W826JW.J]
F0500I10W908Continuous buildup of natural accumulation from period immediately following late Mittani abandonment. [W908JW1.J]
F0500I11W826Ceramics not yet fully analyzed. The few items recovered are ubiquitous. [W826JW.J]
F0500I11W908Ceramics not yet fully analyzed. The few items recovered are ubiquitous. [W908JW1.J]
F0500O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0500O01RY01v0502 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0500O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0500O01RY01v0503a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0500O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0501A30W907Portion of pebble surface in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0501I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0501I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0501I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0501I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0501I10W826Rough pebble surface that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0501I10W908Rough pebble surface that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0501O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0501O01RY01v0502 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0501O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0502A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0502I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0502I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0502I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0502I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0502I10W826Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0502I10W908Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0502O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0502O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0502O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0502O01RY01v0505b [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0503A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0503I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0503I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0503I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0503I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0503I10W826Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0503I10W908Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0503O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0503O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0503O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0504A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0504I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0504I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0504I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0504I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0504I10W826Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0504I10W908Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0504O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0504O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0504O01RY01v0503a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0504O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0505A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0505I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0505I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0505I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0505I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0505I10W826Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0505I10W908Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0505O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0505O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0505O01RY01v0503a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0505O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0505O01RY01v0505a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0506A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0506I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0506I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0506I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0506I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0506I10W826Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0506I10W908Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0506O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0506O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0506O01RY01v0503a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0506O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0507A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0507I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0507I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0507I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0507I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0507I10W826Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0507I10W908Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0507O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0507O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0507O01RY01v0503a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0507O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0508A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0508I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0508I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0508I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0508I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0508I10W826Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0508I10W908Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0508O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0508O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0508O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0508O01RY01v0505a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0508O01RY01v0505d [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0509A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0509I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0509I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0509I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0509I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0509I10W826Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0509I10W908Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0509O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0509O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0509O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0510A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0510I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0510I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0510I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0510I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0510I10W826Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0510I10W908Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0510O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0510O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0510O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0511A30W907Portion of pebble surface in k1 that sits in accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0511I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0511I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0511I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0511I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0511I10W826Rough pebble surface that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0511I10W908Rough pebble surface that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0511O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0511O01RY01v0503 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0511O01RY01v0503a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0511O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0512A30W907Undifferentiated soil removed from baulk in k2. [W907JW.J]
F0512I01W909s00-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0512I03W909h9s-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0512I04W826s00-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0512I04W908s00-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0512I10W826Undifferentiated soil removed from an old baulk that was part of a previous excavation. [W826JW.J]
F0512I10W908Undifferentiated soil removed from an old baulk that was part of a previous excavation. [W908JW1.J]
F0513A01S212f0002 [S212JW3.J]
F0513A01S212f0516 [S212JW3.J]
F0513A30W907Highest natural accumulation in k2 under topsoil f514. [W907JW.J]
F0513I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0513I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0513I04W826s30-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0513I04W908s30-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0513I10W826Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f513. [W826JW.J]
F0513I10W908Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f513. [W908JW1.J]
F0514A01S212f0001 [S212JW.J]
F0514A01S212f0515 [S212JW.J]
F0514A30W907Topsoil in k2 removed to re-align trench previously excavated in locus B6. [W907JW.J]
F0514I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0514I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0514I04W826s20-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0514I04W908s20-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0514I10W826Topsoil on tell surface. [W826JW.J]
F0514I10W908Topsoil on tell surface. [W908JW1.J]
F0515A01S212f0514 [S212JW.J]
F0515A30W907Topsoil in k2 removed to re-align trench previously excavated in locus B6. [W907JW.J]
F0515I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0515I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0515I04W826s20-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0515I04W908s20-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0515I10W826Topsoil on tell surface. [W826JW.J]
F0515I10W908Topsoil on tell surface. [W908JW1.J]
F0516A01S212f0513 [S212JW3.J]
F0516A30W907Highest natural accumulation in k2 under topsoil f515. [W907JW.J]
F0516I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0516I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0516I04W826s20-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0516I04W908s20-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0516I10W826Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f515. [W826JW.J]
F0516I10W908Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f515. [W908JW1.J]
F0517A01S202f0558 [S202JW.J]
F0517A30W907Soil pedestal in k1 within accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0517I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0517I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0517I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0517I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0517I10W826Soil in pedestal temporarily supporting a displaced stone in post-Mittani natural accumulation, f500. [W826JW.J]
F0517I10W908Soil in pedestal temporarily supporting a displaced stone in post-Mittani natural accumulation, f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0518A01S212f0001 [S212JW.J]
F0518A01S212f0523 [S212JW.J]
F0518A30W907Topsoil in k2 removed to re-align trench previously excavated in locus B6. [W907JW.J]
F0518I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0518I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0518I04W826s20-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0518I04W908s20-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0518I10W826Topsoil on tell surface. [W826JW.J]
F0518I10W908Topsoil on tell surface. [W908JW1.J]
F0518O01RY01v0504 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0518O01RY01v0504a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0518O01RY01v0504b [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0518O01RY01v0504c [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0518O01RY01v0504d [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0518O01RY01v0504e [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0518O01RY01v0504f [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0519A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f534. [W907JW.J]
F0519I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0519I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0519I04W826s120b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0519I04W908s120b-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0519I10W826Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani natural accumulation f534. [W826JW.J]
F0519I10W908Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani natural accumulation f534. [W908JW1.J]
F0519O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0519O01RY01v0505c [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0520A30W907Displaced stone in k2 that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W907JW.J]
F0520I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0520I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0520I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0520I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0520I10W826Displaced stone that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W826JW.J]
F0520I10W908Displaced stone that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W908JW1.J]
F0520O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0521A30W907Portion of pebble surface in k1 that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f500. [W907JW.J]
F0521I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0521I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0521I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0521I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0521I10W826Portion of second pebble surface that sits in post-Mittani accumulation f500. [W826JW.J]
F0521I10W908Portion of second pebble surface that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f500. [W908JW1.J]
F0521O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0522A01S212f0002 [S212JW3.J]
F0522A01S212f0540 [S212JW3.J]
F0522A01S212f0558 [S212JW4.J]
F0522A30W907Highest natural accumulation in k2 under topsoil f518. [W907JW.J]
F0522I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0522I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0522I04W826s30-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0522I04W908s30-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0522I10W826Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f518. [W826JW.J]
F0522I10W908Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f518. [W908JW1.J]
F0522O01RY01v0504 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0522O01RY01v0504a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0522O01RY01v0504b [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0522O01RY01v0504c [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0522O01RY01v0504d [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0522O01RY01v0504e [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0522O01RY01v0504f [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0522O01RY01v0506 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0523A01S212f0007 [S212JW.J]
F0523A01S212f0518 [S212JW.J]
F0523A01S212f0536 [S212JW.J]
F0523A01S212f0633 [S212JW2.J]
F0523A30W907Topsoil in the northern baulk of k1. [W907JW.J]
F0523I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0523I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0523I04W826s20-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0523I04W908s20-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0523I10W826Surface topsoil in baulk. [W826JW.J]
F0523I10W908Surface topsoil in baulk. [W908JW1.J]
F0524A30W907Displaced stone in k2 that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f535. [W907JW.J]
F0524I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0524I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0524I04W826s120a-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0524I04W908s120a-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0524I10W826Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f535. [W826JW.J]
F0524I10W908Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f535. [W908JW1.J]
F0524O01RY01v0501 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0524O01RY01v0504 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0524O01RY01v0506 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0525A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f534. [W907JW.J]
F0525I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0525I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0525I04W826s120b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0525I04W908s120b-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0525I10W826Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani natural accumulation f534. [W826JW.J]
F0525I10W908Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani natural accumulation f534. [W908JW1.J]
F0525O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0525O01RY01v0505d [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0526A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f534. [W907JW.J]
F0526I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0526I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0526I04W826s120b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0526I04W908s120b-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0526I10W826Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani natural accumulation f534. [W826JW.J]
F0526I10W908Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani natural accumulation f534. [W908JW1.J]
F0526O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0527A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f534. [W907JW.J]
F0527I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0527I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0527I04W826s120b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0527I04W908s120b-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0527I10W826Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani natural accumulation f534. [W826JW.J]
F0527I10W908Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani natural accumulation f534. [W908JW1.J]
F0527O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0527O01RY01v0505a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0527O01RY01v0505d [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0528A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f534. [W907JW.J]
F0528I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0528I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0528I04W826s120b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0528I04W908s120b-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0528I10W826Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani natural accumulation f534. [W826JW.J]
F0528I10W908Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani natural accumulation f534. [W908JW1.J]
F0529A01S202f0532 [S202JW.J]
F0529A30W907Displaced stone in k2 that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f565. [W907JW.J]
F0529I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0529I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0529I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0529I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0529I10W826Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f565. [W826JW.J]
F0529I10W908Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f565. [W908JW1.J]
F0530A01S202f0532 [S202JW.J]
F0530A30W907Displaced stone in k2 that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f565. [W907JW.J]
F0530I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0530I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0530I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0530I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0530I10W826Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f565. [W826JW.J]
F0530I10W908Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f565. [W908JW1.J]
F0530O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0531A30W907Displaced stone in k2 that sits in near-surface accumulation f513. [W907JW.J]
F0531I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0531I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0531I04W826s30-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0531I04W908s30-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0531I10W826Displaced stone that sits in near-surface accumulation f513. [W826JW.J]
F0531I10W908Displaced stone that sits in near-surface accumulation f513. [W908JW1.J]
F0532A01S202f0529 [S202JW.J]
F0532A01S202f0530 [S202JW.J]
F0532A30W907Stone apron in k2 that was a middle Mittani extension to the west of apron f556. [W907JW.J]
F0532I01W909s144-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0532I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0532I04W826s144-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0532I04W908s144-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0532I10W826Middle Mittani stone apron built on accumulation atop the EDIII glacis that was an extension to the west of stone apron f556 [W826JW.J]
F0532I10W908Middle Mittani stone apron built on accumulation atop the EDIII glacis that was an extension to the west of stone apron f556 [W908JW1.J]
F0532I11W826Ceramics in covering accumulations date abandonment but not construction [W826JW.J]
F0532I11W908Ceramics in covering accumulations date abandonment but not construction [W908JW1.J]
F0532I12W826This stratum assignment was an interpolation of more secure assignments to abutting apron features f556 to the east and f10 to the west. We did not remove any of the aprons to expose their foundations. We presume that the aprons were swept clean as long as they were in use, so the overlaying accumulations can at best be used to date the abandonment of the aprons. Apron f556 was tentatively dated to stratum s148a by excavating material in a gap between it and the revetment wall. Because the stonework of f532 is more crude, we assume it was built somewhat later when construction resources were not as plentiful. [W826JW.J]
F0532I12W908This stratum assignment was an interpolation of more secure assignments to abutting apron features f556 to the east and f10 to the west. We did not remove any of the aprons to expose their foundations. We presume that the aprons were swept clean as long as they were in use, so the overlaying accumulations can at best be used to date the abandonment of the aprons. Apron f556 was tentatively dated to stratum s148a by excavating material in a gap between it and the revetment wall. Because the stonework of f532 is more crude, we assume it was built somewhat later when construction resources were not as plentiful. [W908JW1.J]
F0532O01R707v0158b [RX31JW.J]
F0532O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
F0532O01R707v0159b [RX31JW.J]
F0532O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
F0532O01RY01v0504 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0532O01RY01v0504a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0532O01RY01v0504b [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0532O01RY01v0504c [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0532O01RY01v0504d [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0532O01RY01v0504e [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0532O01RY01v0504f [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0532O01RY01v0506 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0532O08R321p0500 [R321JW3.J]
F0532O08R321p0501 [R321JW3.J]
F0533A30W907Late Mittani natural accumulation in k2 under accumulation f522. [W907JW.J]
F0533C10W808In a study season (2007-R) the year after f533 was excavated (2006-Q), mO entered the contact association, f533 covers f557. The excavation notes for one (prepared by the supervisor vVE) do not mention the other. In fact vVE noted that both f533 and f557 were the earliest deposits that covered the second apron, f532. The logical conclusion is that f533 and f557 were the same deposit, excavated and recorded at separate locations at separate times. In fact, f557 was assigned to the bottom deposit in the excavated north baulk atop f532. Although the elevation was not recorded, v526 shows that f557 was the southern extension of f533. [W808JW.J]
F0533F02W414<7re f0635 [W414JW.J]
F0533I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0533I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0533I04W826s120b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0533I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0533I10W826Late Mittani accumulation built up under near-surface accumulation 522. [W826JW.J]
F0533I10W908Late Mittani accumulation built up under near-surface accumulation 522 and covering floor f566. [W908JW1.J]
F0533O01RY01v0504 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0533O01RY01v0504a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0533O01RY01v0504b [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0533O01RY01v0504c [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0533O01RY01v0504d [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0533O01RY01v0504e [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0533O01RY01v0504f [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0533O01RY01v0506 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0534A30W907Natural accumulation with a highly compacted surface in k1 dating from the last stages of Mittani occupation. [W907JW.J]
F0534I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0534I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0534I04W826s120b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0534I04W908s120b-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0534I10W826Compacted natural floor below post-Mittani accumulation f500 and below late Mittani floor f566. [W826JW.J]
F0534I10W908Compacted natural floor below post-Mittani accumulation f500 and below late Mittani floor f566. [W908JW1.J]
F0534I11W826Ceramics include painted ware. [W826JW.J]
F0534I11W908Ceramics include painted ware. [W908JW1.J]
F0534I12W826This feature lies south of apron f532. It covers the stones of both the EDIII wall, f569 and the large boulders, f591 placed above it in the late Mittani period. [W826JW.J]
F0534I12W908This feature lies south of apron f532. It covers the stones of both the EDIII wall, f569 and the large boulders, f591 placed above it in the late Mittani period. [W908JW1.J]
F0534O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0534O01RY01v0506 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0535A30W907Natural accumulation in k2 that overlays apron f532 and lies under accumulations f513 and f516. [W907JW.J]
F0535I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0535I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0535I04W826s120a-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0535I04W908s120a-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0535I10W826Natural accumulation that overlays part of apron f632 and that is covered by accumulations f513 and f516, [W826JW.J]
F0535I10W908Natural accumulation that overlays part of apron f532 and that is covered by accumulations f513 and f516, [W908JW1.J]
F0535O01RY01v0501 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0535O01RY01v0504 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0535O01RY01v0504a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0535O01RY01v0504b [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0535O01RY01v0504c [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0535O01RY01v0504d [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0535O01RY01v0504e [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0535O01RY01v0504f [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
F0536A01S212f0523 [S212JW.J]
F0536A01S212f0539 [S212JW.J]
F0536A30W907Topsoil in the northern baulk of k106 [W907JW.J]
F0536I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0536I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0536I04W826s20-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0536I04W908s20-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0536I10W826Topsoil on tell surface. [W826JW.J]
F0536I10W908Topsoil on tell surface. [W908JW1.J]
F0537A01S212f0540 [S212JW3.J]
F0537A01S212f0558 [S212JW3.J]
F0537A30W907Highest natural accumulation in k106 under topsoil f536. [W907JW.J]
F0537I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0537I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0537I04W826s50-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0537I04W908s50-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0537I10W826Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f536. [W826JW.J]
F0537I10W908Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f536. [W908JW1.J]
F0538A21W808ad [W808JW.J]
F0538A30W907Lower levels of late Mittani natural accumulations in k1 and k106, south of and abutting revetment wall f569. [W907JW.J]
F0538B11W808Natural accumulation in the southern extremity of k1 and k106, to the south of the south face of the revetment wall, f11, and about 50 cm below its top. It marked the stopping point of excavations in these loci for the MZ18 season. [W808JW.J]
F0538C10W808For convenience at the time, a number, f331, in the series normally associated with excavations to the west was used. It happened at the end of the excavation season as the late Mittani accumulations south of the Early Dynamic III period revetment wall were being excavated to provide a line of sight from viewing towers to the exposed portions of the wall. Within this accumulation were a number of displaced stones. Several years later, we recognized the confusion as to location this "west" feature number caused, so we substituted a vacant "east" excavation number, f538, and transfered all data to it. f331 is now vacant. [W808JW.J]
F0538I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0538I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0538I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0538I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0538I10W826Lower levels of natural accumulation excavated south of revetment wall f569 and containing a large number of displaced stones. [W826JW.J]
F0538I10W908Lower levels of natural accumulation excavated south of revetment wall f569 and containing a large number of displaced stones. [W908JW1.J]
F0539A01S212f0001 [S212JW.J]
F0539A01S212f0536 [S212JW.J]
F0539A30W907Topsoil in k107 removed to re-align trench previously excavated in locus B6. [W907JW.J]
F0539I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0539I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0539I04W826s20-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0539I04W908s20-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0539I10W826Topsoil on tell surface. [W826JW.J]
F0539I10W908Topsoil on tell surface. [W908JW1.J]
F0540A01S212f0522 [S212JW3.J]
F0540A01S212f0537 [S212JW3.J]
F0540A30W907Highest natural accumulation in k107 under topsoil f539. [W907JW.J]
F0540I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0540I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0540I04W826s30-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0540I04W908s30-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0540I10W826Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f539. [W826JW.J]
F0540I10W908Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f539. [W908JW1.J]
F0541A30W907Immediate post-Mittani natural accumulation in k106 under accumulation f537. [W907JW.J]
F0541I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0541I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0541I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0541I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0541I10W826Immediate post-Mittani natural accumulation which is said to cut accumulation f542, [W826JW.J]
F0541I10W908Immediate post-Mittani natural accumulation which is said to cut accumulation f542, [W908JW1.J]
F0541I11W826Ceramics not yet fully analyzed. The few items recovered are ubiquitous. [W826JW.J]
F0541I11W908Ceramics not yet fully analyzed. The few items recovered are ubiquitous. [W908JW1.J]
F0541I12W826It probably is fill of a pit cut into f542. [W826JW.J]
F0541I12W908It probably is fill of a pit cut into f542. [W908JW1.J]
F0542A30W907Immediate post-Mittani natural accumulation in k106 cut by f541. [W907JW.J]
F0542I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0542I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0542I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0542I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0542I10W826Immediate post-Mittani natural accumulation under accumulation f537. [W826JW.J]
F0542I10W908Immediate post-Mittani natural accumulation under accumulation f537. [W908JW1.J]
F0542I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [W826JW.J]
F0542I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [W908JW1.J]
F0543A30W907Displaced stone in k2 which sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W907JW.J]
F0543I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0543I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0543I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0543I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0543I10W826Displaced stone that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W826JW.J]
F0543I10W908Displaced stone that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W908JW1.J]
F0544A30W907Semi-circle of pebbles in k107 which rests on floor f547. [W907JW.J]
F0544I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0544I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0544I04W826s50-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0544I04W908s50-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0544I10W826Pebbles arranged in a semicircle that rest on floor f547. [W826JW.J]
F0544I10W908Pebbles arranged in a semicircle that rest on floor f547. [W908JW1.J]
F0544I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed and the few items recovered are ubiquitous. [W826JW.J]
F0544I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed and the few items recovered are ubiquitous. [W908JW1.J]
F0545A30W907Undifferentiated soil removed in the excavation of unit B6 to expose apron f556, roughly corresponding to k107. [W907JW.J]
F0545I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0545I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0545I04W826s00-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0545I04W908s00-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0545I10W826Undifferentiated soil removed from an old baulk that was part of a previous excavation. [W826JW.J]
F0545I10W908Undifferentiated soil removed from an old baulk that was part of a previous excavation. [W908JW1.J]
F0546A30W907Ashy layer in k107 resting on floor f547 near and possibly associated with f544. [W907JW.J]
F0546I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0546I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0546I04W826s50-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0546I04W908s50-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0546I10W826Ashy layer of soil near the stones of k544 and resting on floor f547, [W826JW.J]
F0546I10W908Ashy layer of soil near the stones of k544 and resting on floor f547, [W908JW1.J]
F0546I11W826The ceramics have not yet been analyzed. The lone item was a fragment of an obsidian blade. [W826JW.J]
F0546I11W908The ceramics have not yet been analyzed. The lone item was a fragment of an obsidian blade. [W908JW1.J]
F0546I12W826The pebbles of f544 and the ashy soil of ff546 coupled with the blade fragment may be evidence of a temporary encampment. [W826JW.J]
F0546I12W908The pebbles of f544 and the ashy soil of ff546 coupled with the blade fragment may be evidence of a temporary encampment. [W908JW1.J]
F0547A30W907Naturally compacted floor in k107, possibly associated with short-term stays, [W907JW.J]
F0547I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0547I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0547I04W826s50-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0547I04W908s50-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0547I10W826Compacted natural accumulation relatively close to the surface which may have been the site of a temporary encampment. [W826JW.J]
F0547I10W908Compacted natural accumulation relatively close to the surface which may have been the site of a temporary encampment. [W908JW1.J]
F0547I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed and the few items recovered are ubiquitous. [W826JW.J]
F0547I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed and the few items recovered are ubiquitous. [W908JW1.J]
F0548A30W907Natural accumulation in k107 under accumulation f547, deposited in the times of unorganized occupation. [W907JW.J]
F0548I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0548I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0548I04W826s60-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0548I04W908s60-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0548I10W826Natural accumulation covered by accumulation f547. Stratigraphically dates to post-Mittani period of unorganized occupation. [W826JW.J]
F0548I10W908Natural accumulation covered by accumulation f547. Stratigraphically dates to post-Mittani period of unorganized occupation. [W908JW1.J]
F0548I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed and the few items recovered are ubiquitous. [W826JW.J]
F0548I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed and the few items recovered are ubiquitous. [W908JW1.J]
F0549A30W907A line of 12 stones, almost certainly loosened from the north edge of f532 during the B6 excavations [W907JW.J]
F0549I01W909s144-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0549I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0549I04W826s144-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0549I04W908s144-J3B [W908JW1.J]
F0549I10W826A line of 12 large stones arrayed just to the north of the north edge of the second apron, f532. [W826JW.J]
F0549I10W908A line of 12 large stones arrayed just to the north of the north edge of the second apron, f532. [W908JW1.J]
F0549I12W826Their physical position and proximity to the second apron is strong evidence that they were originally a part of both phases of its construction. Unfortunately all stones do not appear in a single photo, but view v501of the deteriorated B6 trench, view v514 of the cleaned B6 trench (extending from k2 to k107), and v516 of the north side of k107 provides adequate documentation of this assignment. [W826JW.J]
F0549I12W908Their physical position and proximity to the second apron is strong evidence that they were originally a part of both phases of its construction. Unfortunately all stones do not appear in a single photo, but view v501of the deteriorated B6 trench, view v514 of the cleaned B6 trench (extending from k2 to k107), and v516 of the north side of k107 provides adequate documentation of this assignment. [W908JW1.J]
F0550A30W907Highest natural accumulation above the second apron f556. [W907JW.J]
F0550I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0550I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0550I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0550I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0550I10W826Highest post-Mittani accumulation above the east half of the second apron, f556. [W826JW.J]
F0550I10W908Highest post-Mittani accumulation above the east half of the second apron, f556. [W908JW2.J]
F0550I11W826The ceramics have not yet been analyzed. Some of the items are ubiquitous, but there are two animal figurines and a zoomorphic representation of the side of a fish, all of which indicate that occupation deposits must be adjacent. Since none were found above, we conclude that this layer was deposited at or soon after abandonment. [W826JW.J]
F0550I11W908The ceramics have not yet been analyzed. Some of the items are ubiquitous, but there are two animal figurines and a zoomorphic representation of the side of a fish, all of which indicate that occupation deposits must be adjacent. Since none were found above, we conclude that this layer was deposited at or soon after abandonment. [W908JW2.J]
F0551A30W907Displaced stone in k2 that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W907JW.J]
F0551I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0551I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0551I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0551I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0551I10W826Displaced stone that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W826JW.J]
F0551I10W908Displaced stone that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W908JW2.J]
F0552A01S202f0553 [S202JW.J]
F0552A30W907Natural accumulation in k106, below accumulation f542 and having the same top elevation as floor f568 in k107. [W907JW.J]
F0552I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0552I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0552I04W826s122a-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0552I04W908s122a-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0552I10W826Natural late Mittani accumulation covered by accumulation f542. [W826JW.J]
F0552I10W908Natural late Mittani accumulation covered by accumulation f542. [W908JW2.J]
F0552I11W826Pottery and bones were found within this feature, although the ceramics have not been analyzed. A chisel-like bronze item was also recovered. [W826JW.J]
F0552I11W908Pottery and bones were found within this feature, although the ceramics have not been analyzed. A chisel-like bronze item was also recovered. [W908JW2.J]
F0552I12W826It has the same top elevation as floor f568, The bronze tool may indicate active use of the area during this period. [W826JW.J]
F0552I12W908It has the same top elevation as floor f568, The bronze tool may indicate active use of the area during this period. [W908JW2.J]
F0553A01S202f0552 [S202JW.J]
F0553A30W907Natural accumulation in k107, below accumulation f550. [W907JW.J]
F0553I01W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0553I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0553I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0553I04W826s120b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0553I04W908s120b-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0553I10W826Natural late Mittani accumulation covered by accumulation 550. [W826JW.J]
F0553I10W908Natural late Mittani accumulation covered by accumulation 550. [W908JW2.J]
F0553I11W826Pottery and bones were found within this feature but not analyzed. The few items were ubiquitous. [W826JW.J]
F0553I11W908Pottery and bones were found within this feature but not analyzed. The few items were ubiquitous. [W908JW2.J]
F0553I12W826The excavator noted that this accumulation was a continuation of f550 above it. However the lower top and bottom elevations indicate that f553 was deposited earlier. [W826JW.J]
F0553I12W908The excavator noted that this accumulation was a continuation of f550 above it. However the lower top and bottom elevations indicate that f553 was deposited earlier. [W908JW2.J]
F0554A30W907Displaced stone in k106 that sits in post-Mittani accumulation f537. [W907JW.J]
F0554I01W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0554I03W909h9c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0554I04W826s50-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0554I04W908s50-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0554I10W826Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f537. [W826JW.J]
F0554I10W908Displaced stone that sits in post-Mittani abandonment accumulation f537. [W908JW2.J]
F0555A30W907Group of five displaced stones in k106 that sit in accumulation f541. [W907JW.J]
F0555I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0555I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0555I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0555I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0555I10W826Cluster of five displaced stones that sit in accumulation f541. [W826JW.J]
F0555I10W908Cluster of five displaced stones that sit in accumulation f541. [W908JW2.J]
F0556A30W907Middle Mittani stone apron in k2 that was an extension to the west of apron K2f132. [W907JW.J]
F0556F02W414<1ov f0636 [W414JW.J]
F0556I01W909s148a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0556I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0556I04W826s148a-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0556I04W908s148a-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0556I10W826Middle Mittani stone apron built on accumulation atop the EDIII glacis that was an extension to the west of stone apron J2f132. [W826JW.J]
F0556I10W908Middle Mittani stone apron built on accumulation atop the EDIII glacis that was an extension to the west of stone apron J2f132. [W908JW2.J]
F0556I11W826Analysis of ceramics from accumulation which under-laid the apron indicated a mix of Late Chalcolithic and Mittani sherds, with the final opinion that the deposit was Mittani. [W826JW.J]
F0556I11W908Analysis of ceramics from accumulation which under-laid the apron indicated a mix of Late Chalcolithic and Mittani sherds, with the final opinion that the deposit was Mittani. [W908JW2.J]
F0556I12W908As we wanted to preserve the second apron at this point we did not remove its stones to examine the underlying bricks and accumulations, which would have yielded a more positive date. However since the section of f570 at the southern edge was carefully excavated and examined in detail, we are relatively confident of the middle Mittani date. [W908JW2.J]
F0556O01R707v0159b [RX31JW.J]
F0556O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
F0556O08R321p0500 [R321JW3.J]
F0556O08R321p0501 [R321JW3.J]
F0557A30W907Natural accumulation in k2 that overlays apron f532 to the south of f533 [W907JW.J]
F0557C10W808In a study season (2007-R) the year after f533 was excavated (2006-Q), mO entered the contact association, f533 covers f557. The excavation notes for one (prepared by the supervisor vVE) do not mention the other. In fact vVE noted that both f533 and f557 were the earliest deposits that covered the second apron. The logical conclusion is that f533 and f557 were the same deposit, excavated and recorded at separate locations at separate times. In fact, f557 was assigned to the bottom deposit in the excavated north baulk atop f532. Although the elevation was not recorded, v526 shows that f557 was the southern extension of f533. [W808JW.J]
F0557I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0557I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0557I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0557I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0557I10W826Natural accumulation beneath accumulation f533 and atop stone apron f532. [W826JW.J]
F0557I10W908Natural accumulation beneath accumulation f533 and atop stone apron f532. [W908JW2.J]
F0557I11W826The ceramics have not yet been analyzed. Kiln waste, the only item gives no clue as to the dating of this feature. [W826JW.J]
F0557I11W908The ceramics have not yet been analyzed. Kiln waste, the only item gives no clue as to the dating of this feature. [W908JW2.J]
F0558A01S202f0517 [S202JW.J]
F0558A01S212f0008 [S212JW3.J]
F0558A01S212f0522 [S212JW4.J]
F0558A01S212f0537 [S212JW3.J]
F0558A01S212f0634 [S212JW3.J]
F0558A30W907Natural accumulation in k2 under topsoil f523. [W907JW.J]
F0558I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0558I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0558I04W826s30-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0558I04W908s30-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0558I10W826Natural accumulation beneath topsoil f523. [W826JW.J]
F0558I10W908Natural accumulation beneath topsoil f523. [W908JW2.J]
F0558I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed and the obsidian fragment recovered is ubiquitous.. [W826JW.J]
F0558I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed and the obsidian fragment recovered is ubiquitous.. [W908JW2.J]
F0559A30W907Natural accumulation in k107 from excavation of the east baulk. [W907JW.J]
F0559I01W909s00-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0559I03W909h9s-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0559I04W826s00-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0559I04W908s00-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0559I10W826Undifferentiated soil removed from an old baulk that was part of a previous excavation. [W826JW.J]
F0559I10W908Undifferentiated soil removed from an old baulk that was part of a previous excavation. [W908JW2.J]
F0560A30W907Natural accumulation in k107 from excavation of the northeast corner of a previously excavated unit of B6. [W907JW.J]
F0560I01W909s00-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0560I03W909h9s-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0560I04W826s00-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0560I04W908s00-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0560I10W826Undifferentiated soil removed from an old baulk that was part of a previous excavation. [W826JW.J]
F0560I10W908Undifferentiated soil removed from an old baulk that was part of a previous excavation. [W908JW2.J]
F0561A30W907Displaced stone in k107 that sits in accumulation f548 from times of unorganized occupation. [W907JW.J]
F0561I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0561I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0561I04W826s60-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0561I04W908s60-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0561I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f548, a period of unorganized occupation. [W826JW.J]
F0561I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f548, a period of unorganized occupation. [W908JW2.J]
F0562A30W907Displaced stone in k107 that sits in accumulation f548 from times of unorganized occupation. [W907JW.J]
F0562I01W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0562I03W909h8r-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0562I04W826s60-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0562I04W908s60-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0562I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f548, a period of unorganized occupation. [W826JW.J]
F0562I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f548, a period of unorganized occupation. [W908JW2.J]
F0563A30W907Displaced stone in k2 that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W907JW.J]
F0563I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0563I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0563I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0563I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0563I10W826Displaced stone that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W826JW.J]
F0563I10W908Displaced stone that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W908JW2.J]
F0564A30W907Displaced stone in k2 that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W907JW.J]
F0564I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0564I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0564I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0564I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0564I10W826Displaced stone that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W826JW.J]
F0564I10W908Displaced stone that sits in immediate post-Mittani accumulation f557. [W908JW2.J]
F0565A30W907Immediate post-Mittani natural accumulation in k1 that covers natural floor f566. [W907JW.J]
F0565I01W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0565I03W909h8m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0565I04W826s80-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0565I04W908s80-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0565I10W826Natural accumulation beneath accumulation f558 and atop natural floor f566. [W826JW.J]
F0565I10W908Natural accumulation beneath accumulation f558 and atop natural floor f566. [W908JW2.J]
F0565I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. A chisel-like bronze item was recovered. [W826JW.J]
F0565I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. A chisel-like bronze item was recovered. [W908JW2.J]
F0565I12W826The bronze tool is indicative of either small-scale occupational activity after this area was generally abandoned or a lost heirloom. A similar tool was found in the somewhat earlier stratum, f552 in s122a-J3B. [W826JW.J]
F0565I12W908The bronze tool is indicative of either small-scale occupational activity after this area was generally abandoned or a lost heirloom. A similar tool was found in the somewhat earlier stratum, f552 in s122a-J3B. [W908JW2.J]
F0566A30W907Late Mittani packed natural floor in k1 that covers the stones of the second apron, f532. [W907JW.J]
F0566I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0566I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0566I04W826s122a-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0566I04W908s120a-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0566I10W826Naturally deposited floor beneath accumulation f565, abutting apron f556, and covering accumulation f570. [W826JW.J]
F0566I10W908Naturally deposited floor beneath accumulations f553,f557,f565, It covers apron f532, and overlies accumulation f534. [W908JW2.J]
F0566I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [W826JW.J]
F0566I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [W908JW2.J]
F0567A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f534. [W907JW.J]
F0567I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0567I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0567I04W826s120b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0567I04W908s120b-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0567I10W826Displaced stone that sits in compacted floor/accumulation f534. [W826JW.J]
F0567I10W908Displaced stone that sits in compacted floor/accumulation f534. [W908JW2.J]
F0568A30W907Naturally deposited floor in k107 that abuts apron f556 and covers accumulation f570. [W907JW.J]
F0568I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0568I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0568I04W826s122a-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0568I04W908s122a-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0568I10W826Natural accumulation beneath accumulation f533, beneath floor ff552, and atop accumulation f570. [W826JW.J]
F0568I10W908Compacted floor accumulation beneath accumulation f553. It overlays the stones of f591 and abuts apron f556. It also covers accumulation f570. [W908JW2.J]
F0568I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed and the only item recovered is ubiquitous. [W826JW.J]
F0568I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed and the only item recovered is ubiquitous. [W908JW2.J]
F0568I12W826This accumulation is an important marker in that it covers the added capstones to the revetment wall f591, f593. However, since it abuts the second apron, f556, it illustrates that the apron was kept clean from the period of its construction until after even the modified revetment wall could no longer be seen. [W826JW.J]
F0568I12W908This accumulation is an important marker in that it covers the added capstones to the revetment wall f591, f593. However, since it abuts the second apron, f556, it illustrates that the apron was kept clean from the period of its construction until after even the modified revetment wall could no longer be seen. [W908JW2.J]
F0569A30W907Early Dynastic III stone revetment wall in k106 and k1. [W907JW.J]
F0569I01W909s650d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0569I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0569I04W826s650d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0569I04W908s650d-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0569I10W826Revetment wall component to the temple mound securely dated by excavations of it in J1 and J5 to the Early Dynastic III period. [W826JW.J]
F0569I10W908Revetment wall component to the temple mound securely dated by excavations of it in J1 and J5 to the Early Dynastic III period. [W908JW2.J]
F0570A30W907Natural accumulation in k106 that underlies the foundation for Mittani period apron f556. [W907JW.J]
F0570I01W909s160c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0570I03W909h7j-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0570I04W826s160-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0570I04W908s160c-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0570I10W826Natural accumulation beneath floor f568 in a gap between the stones of the second apron and the revetment wall. [W826JW.J]
F0570I10W908Natural accumulation beneath floor f568 in a gap between the stones of the second apron and the revetment wall. [W908JW2.J]
F0570I11W826Ceramics were determined to be mixed from the Late Chalcolithic and Mittani periods, yielding an opinion that this deposit occurred in the Mittani period. [W826JW.J]
F0570I11W908Ceramics were determined to be mixed from the Late Chalcolithic and Mittani periods, yielding an opinion that this deposit occurred in the Mittani period. [W908JW2.J]
F0570I12W826One issue is whether this accumulation was sufficiently sealed from intrusions above. Starting from the tell surface there were 170 cm of accumulation above this accumulation. Each of the 6 layers was carefully excavated and cleaned before the excavation of the next began. Contamination from above is therefore unlikely. [W826JW.J]
F0570I12W908One issue is whether this accumulation was sufficiently sealed from intrusions above. Starting from the tell surface there were 170 cm of accumulation above this accumulation. Each of the 6 layers was carefully excavated and cleaned before the excavation of the next began. Contamination from above is therefore unlikely. [W908JW2.J]
F0571A30W907Naturally compacted late Mittani floor in k1 that is south of the revetment wall, f569. [W907JW.J]
F0571I01W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0571I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0571I04W826s122a-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0571I04W908s122a-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0571I10W826Natural accumulation beneath natural floor f534 and covering both natural accumulation f572 south of the revetment wall f569 and the baqaya glacis f594 north of the revetment wall. [W826JW.J]
F0571I10W908Natural accumulation beneath natural floor f534 and covering both natural accumulation f572 south of the revetment wall f569 and the baqaya glacis f594 north of the revetment wall. [W908JW2.J]
F0571I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. Items include fragments of figurines and a bead, indicating active occupation but generic as to typology. [W826JW.J]
F0571I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. Items include fragments of figurines and a bead, indicating active occupation but generic as to typology. [W908JW2.J]
F0572A30W907Natural late Mittani accumulation in k1 beneath floor f571 and south of the revetment wall, f569. [W907JW.J]
F0572I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0572I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0572I04W826s122b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0572I04W908s122b-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0572I10W826Natural accumulation beneath accumulation f571 and atop natural accumulation f578. [W826JW.J]
F0572I10W908Natural accumulation beneath accumulation f571 and atop natural accumulation f578. [W908JW2.J]
F0572I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. With the exception of the head of an animal figurine (typologically generic) often found in Mittani and earlier occupation levels, the items are ubiquitous. [W826JW.J]
F0572I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. With the exception of the head of an animal figurine (typologically generic) often found in Mittani and earlier occupation levels, the items are ubiquitous. [W908JW2.J]
F0573A30W907Natural late Mittani accumulation in k106 beneath accumulation f552 and corresponding to f572 in k1. [W907JW.J]
F0573I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0573I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0573I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0573I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0573I10W826Natural accumulation beneath accumulation f552, atop natural accumulation f577, and abutting revetment wall addition, f591. [W826JW.J]
F0573I10W908Natural accumulation beneath accumulation f552, atop natural accumulation f577, and abutting revetment wall addition, f591. [W908JW2.J]
F0573I11W826Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [W826JW.J]
F0573I11W908Ceramics have not been fully analyzed. [W908JW2.J]
F0574A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f534. [W907JW.J]
F0574I01W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0574I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0574I04W826s120b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0574I04W908s120b-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0574I10W826Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f534. [W826JW.J]
F0574I10W908Displaced stone that sits in very late Mittani accumulation f534. [W908JW2.J]
F0575A01S202f0577 [S202JW.J]
F0575A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f576. [W907JW.J]
F0575I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0575I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0575I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0575I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0575I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f576. [W826JW.J]
F0575I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f576. [W908JW2.J]
F0575I12W826Accumulation f576 was the next to lowest level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0575I12W908Accumulation f576 was the next to lowest level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0576A30W907Natural late Mittani accumulation in k1 beneath floor f572 and south of the revetment wall, f569. [W907JW.J]
F0576I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0576I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0576I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0576I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0576I10W826Natural accumulation beneath the late Mittani accumulation f572 and atop late Mittani accumulations f577 and f578. [W826JW.J]
F0576I10W908Natural accumulation beneath the late Mittani accumulation f572 and atop late Mittani accumulations f577 and f578. [W908JW2.J]
F0576I11W826No ceramics were recovered from this feature. [W826JW.J]
F0576I11W908No ceramics were recovered from this feature. [W908JW2.J]
F0577A01S202f0575 [S202JW.J]
F0577A30W907Natural late Mittani accumulation in k106 beneath floor f573 and corresponding to f578 in k1. [W907JW.J]
F0577I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0577I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0577I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0577I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0577I10W826Natural accumulation beneath the late Mittani accumulations f573 and f576 to the south of and below revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0577I10W908Natural accumulation beneath the late Mittani accumulations f573 and f576 to the south of and below revetment wall, f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0577I11W826Neither the ceramics nor the sole item have been fully analyzed. [W826JW.J]
F0577I11W908Neither the ceramics nor the sole item have been fully analyzed. [W908JW2.J]
F0577I12W826This feature is equivalent to accumulation f578 excavated in the locus immediately to the west, This also marks the lowest level of accumulation excavated in season 2006-Q in the east half of J3. [W826JW.J]
F0577I12W908This feature is equivalent to accumulation f578 excavated in the locus immediately to the west, This also marks the lowest level of accumulation excavated in season 2006-Q in the east half of J3. [W908JW2.J]
F0578A30W907Natural late Mittani accumulation in k1 beneath accumulation f576. It was the lowest level excavated outside f569. [W907JW.J]
F0578I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0578I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0578I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0578I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0578I10W826Natural accumulation beneath the late Mittani accumulation f576 to the south of and below revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0578I10W908Natural accumulation beneath the late Mittani accumulation f576 to the south of and below revetment wall, f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0578I11W826There were no ceramics or items recovered from this feature. [W826JW.J]
F0578I11W908There were no ceramics or items recovered from this feature. [W908JW2.J]
F0578I12W826This feature is equivalent to accumulation f577 excavated in the locus immediately to the east. This also marks the lowest level of accumulation excavated in season 2006-Q in the east half of J3. [W826JW.J]
F0578I12W908This feature is equivalent to accumulation f577 excavated in the locus immediately to the east. This also marks the lowest level of accumulation excavated in season 2006-Q in the east half of J3. [W908JW2.J]
F0579A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f576. [W907JW.J]
F0579I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0579I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0579I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0579I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0579I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f576. [W826JW.J]
F0579I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f576. [W908JW2.J]
F0579I12W826Accumulation f576 was the next to lowest level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0579I12W908Accumulation f576 was the next to lowest level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0580A30W907Displaced stone in k106 that abuts the line of stones, f591, added to the top of revetment wall, f569. [W907JW.J]
F0580I01W909s148a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0580I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0580I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0580I04W908s148a-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0580I10W826Apparently displaced stone that rests against the added capstones, f591, to revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0580I10W908Apparently displaced stone that rests against the added capstones, f591, to revetment wall, f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0580I12W826This stone abutted, but was not bonded to the late Mittani capstones added to the revetment wall. The best estimate of the time of deposition is near that of the capstones. [W826JW.J]
F0580I12W908This stone abutted, but was not bonded to the middle Mittani capstones added to the revetment wall. The excavator opined that this stone was probably a part of the nearby apron f556 at one time and was dislodged. [W908JW2.J]
F0581A30W907Small portion of the Early Dynastic III baqaya glacis in k106 that abuts the top of revetment wall, f569. [W907JW.J]
F0581I01W909s650a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0581I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0581I04W826s650a-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0581I04W908s650a-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0581I10W826Small section of the baqaya glacis that abuts and protects the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0581I10W908Small section of the baqaya glacis that abuts and protects the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0581I12W826The glacis would have been constructed immediately after the revetment wall was built. [W826JW.J]
F0581I12W908The glacis would have been constructed immediately after the revetment wall was built. [W908JW2.J]
F0582A30W907Remnants of a pavement of middle Mittani mudbricks in k106 laid atop the EDIII baqaya glacis, f581. [W907JW.J]
F0582I01W909s180-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0582I03W909h7f-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0582I04W826s180-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0582I04W908s180-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0582I10W826Several mudbricks which either top or are imbedded in the baqaya glacis, f581, to revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0582I10W908Several mudbricks which either top or are imbedded in the baqaya glacis, f581, to revetment wall, f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0582I12W826Because this part of the glacis is quite small and was not removed to sample its constituents, the stratum assigned is an estimate. The only thing we really know is that the EDIII baqaya surface was maintained and kept clean for many centuries after it was built. So, the stratum for the mudbricks must fall between s650a (glacis) and the s160 (overlying accumulation, f570). [W826JW.J]
F0582I12W908Because this part of the glacis is quite small and was not removed to sample its constituents, the stratum assigned is an estimate. The only thing we really know is that the EDIII baqaya surface was maintained and kept clean for many centuries after it was built. So, the stratum for the mudbricks must fall between s650a (glacis) and the s160 (overlying accumulation, f570). [W908JW2.J]
F0583A30W907Layer of mudbricks in k106 forming the foundation for the stones of the second apron, f556. [W907JW.J]
F0583I01W909s148b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0583I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0583I04W826s148b-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0583I04W908s148b-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0583I10W826A layer of mudbricks atop Mittani accumulation f570 and the stones of the second apron, f556. [W826JW.J]
F0583I10W908A layer of mudbricks atop Mittani accumulation f570 and upon which the stones of the second apron, f556 rest. [W908JW2.J]
F0583I12W826This layer of bricks forms the foundation for the stones of the second apron, f556 and f532. [W826JW.J]
F0583I12W908This layer of bricks forms the foundation for the stones of the second apron, f556 and f532. [W908JW2.J]
F0584A30W907Displaced stone in k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f577. [W907JW.J]
F0584I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0584I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0584I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0584I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0584I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W826JW.J]
F0584I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0584I12W826Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0584I12W908Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0585A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f576. [W907JW.J]
F0585I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0585I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0585I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0585I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0585I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f576. [W826JW.J]
F0585I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f576. [W908JW2.J]
F0585I12W826Accumulation f576 was the next to lowest level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0585I12W908Accumulation f576 was the next to lowest level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0586A30W907Displaced stone in k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f577. [W907JW.J]
F0586I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0586I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0586I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0586I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0586I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W826JW.J]
F0586I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0586I12W826Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0586I12W908Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0587A30W907Displaced stone in k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f577. [W907JW.J]
F0587I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0587I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0587I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0587I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0587I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W826JW.J]
F0587I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0587I12W826Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0587I12W908Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0588A30W907Displaced stone in k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f577. [W907JW.J]
F0588I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0588I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0588I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0588I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0588I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W826JW.J]
F0588I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0588I12W826Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0588I12W908Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0589A30W907Displaced stone in k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f577. [W907JW.J]
F0589I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0589I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0589I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0589I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0589I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W826JW.J]
F0589I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0589I12W826Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0589I12W908Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0590A30W907Displaced stone in k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f577. [W907JW.J]
F0590I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0590I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0590I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0590I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0590I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W826JW.J]
F0590I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f577 to the south of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0590I12W826Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0590I12W908Accumulation f577 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0591A30W907A line of large boulders in k106 added to revetment wall, f569, in late Mittani times to increase its height. [W907JW.J]
F0591I01W909s148b-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0591I03W909h7m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0591I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0591I04W908s148b-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0591I10W826Capstones laid on soil atop EDIII revetment wall f569. [W826JW.J]
F0591I10W908Capstones laid on soil atop EDIII revetment wall f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0591I12W826These stones were not removed so the soil foundation could be dated. However, since they were surrounded and topped by late Mittani accumulations, they can be dated to this period with relative certainty. More generally they fit an overall pattern of attempts to preserve the sacral nature of the area around the EDIII revetment wall despite rising levels of natural accumulations to the south of it, which indeed somewhat later covered the entire complex. [W826JW.J]
F0591I12W908These stones were not removed so the soil foundation could be dated. However, since they were surrounded and topped by late Mittani accumulations, they probably can be dated to the middle Mittani period. The excavator, vVE believed that the f532 and f556 aprons must have been built as part of the shift of the temple monumental entrance to the west, done in phase h7m-J3B. By studying the east section of k107, he determined that these capstones were added just before the f556 apron was built. [W908JW2.J]
F0592A30W907Undifferentiated soil removed from k107. [W907JW.J]
F0592B11W808Undifferentiated soil from a location to the south of revetment wall f569 in k106. [W808JW.J]
F0592B11W808vm [W808JW.J]
F0592C30W808This feature was identified as natural accumulation in k106 with one excavated q-lot, q592. The measured top elevation of the feature was 9031 (using marker m4389). Its coordinates were not recorded. A single marker, m4308 (with an elevation of 9274), located the q-lot. The ceramics from the q-lot have not been analyzed as of W905. A year later it was described as "a natural accumulation against the wall of k106." One possibility is that f592 is the accumulation in which the seven displaced stones of the original f593 were found. The first stone was noted as sitting in accumulation f578, while the others, recorded as subfeatures of f593 had no contact association. The elevations of these displaced stones ranged from 9039 to 9071, all of which are more compatible with a contact association of sitting in f578 than f592. Therefore, one must conclude that there is insufficient information to identify f592. The only way to preserve the integrity of the associated ceramics (q592) is to define the feature as undifferentiated soil (vm) and assign it to stratum s00. [W808JW.J]
F0592I01W909s00-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0592I03W909h9s-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0592I04W826s00-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0592I04W908s00-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0592I10W826Undifferentiated soil from somewhere near the surface of k107. [W826JW.J]
F0592I10W908Undifferentiated soil from somewhere near the surface of k107. [W908JW2.J]
F0593A30W907Displaced stone in k1 that sits in accumulation f578. [W907JW.J]
F0593B11W808A displaced stone in k1 recoverd from a late Mittani accumlation f578 located to the south of and below the top of revetment wall, f569. [W808JW.J]
F0593C30W808This stone defined as a single feature, was located by three relays, and had a measured elevation. Its contact association was "sits in" f578. Six more stones were defined as individual sub-features of f593, with corresponding locations and elevations. A better approach would have been to assign separate feature numbers to these six stones. Therefore, the subfeatures will be replaced with feature numbers f637, f638, f639, f640, f641, and f642. All will have the contact association "sits in f578." [W808JW.J]
F0593I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0593I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0593I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0593I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0593I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W826JW.J]
F0593I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W908JW2.J]
F0593I12W826Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0593I12W908Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0594A30W907Small patch of baqaya in k1, roughly corresponding to f581 in k106. [W907JW.J]
F0594I01W909s650a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0594I03W909h3m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0594I04W826s650a-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0594I04W908s650a-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0594I10W826Small section of baqaya discovered in a test probe sunk along the north edge of the top of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W826JW.J]
F0594I10W908Small section of baqaya discovered in a test probe sunk along the north edge of the top of the EDIII revetment wall f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0594I12W826Although this surface was covered by late Mittani accumulation f571, we date it to the EDIII period because it both abuts the revetment wall and is only found as part of the EDIII glacis associated with the revetment wall. [W826JW.J]
F0594I12W908Although this surface was covered by late Mittani accumulation f571, we date it to the EDIII period because it both abuts the revetment wall and is only found as part of the EDIII glacis associated with the revetment wall. [W908JW2.J]
F0595A30W907Undifferentiated soil removed from k1 [W907JW.J]
F0595B11W808Undifferentiated soil from somewhere near the surface of k107. [W808JW.J]
F0595C30W808This feature (originally designated as natural accumulation, ad) was excavated at the end of 2006. It was assigned a stratigraphic position in late Mittani accumulation f538 (f331), at approximate elevation 9150 in locus k106. This would have put it at the bottom of a sounding to the south of and below the top of EDIII revetment wall, f569. However, the measured elevation of f595 was 9319, at the level of topsoil in k107. The only way to preserve the integrity of the associated ceramics (q599) is to define the feature as undifferentiated soil (vm) and assign it to stratum s00. [W808JW.J]
F0595I01W909s00-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0595I03W909h9s-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0595I04W826s00-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0595I04W908s00-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0595I10W826Undifferentiated soil removed from an area to the south of the revetment wall f569. [W826JW.J]
F0595I10W908Undifferentiated soil removed from an area to the south of the revetment wall f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0596A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0596I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0596I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0596I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0596I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0596I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0596I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0596I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0596I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0597A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0597I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0597I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0597I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0597I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0597I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0597I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0597I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0597I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0598A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0598I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0598I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0598I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0598I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0598I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0598I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0598I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0598I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0599A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0599I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0599I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0599I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0599I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW2.J]
F0599I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0599I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW2.J]
F0599I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0599I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW2.J]
F0600A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0600I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0600I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0600I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0600I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0600I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0600I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0600I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0600I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0601A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0601I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0601I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0601I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0601I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0601I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0601I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0601I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0601I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0602A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0602I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0602I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0602I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0602I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0602I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0602I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0602I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0602I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0603A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0603I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0603I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0603I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0603I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0603I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0603I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0603I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0603I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0604A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0604I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0604I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0604I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0604I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0604I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0604I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0604I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0604I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0605A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0605I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0605I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0605I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0605I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0605I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0605I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0605I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0605I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0606A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0606I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0606I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0606I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0606I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0606I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0606I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0606I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0606I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0607A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0607I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0607I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0607I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0607I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0607I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0607I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0607I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0607I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0608A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0608I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0608I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0608I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0608I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0608I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0608I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0608I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0608I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0609A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0609I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0609I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0609I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0609I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0609I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0609I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0609I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0609I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0610A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0610I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0610I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0610I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0610I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0610I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0610I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0610I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0610I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0611A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0611I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0611I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0611I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0611I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0611I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0611I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0611I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0611I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0612A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0612I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0612I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0612I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0612I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0612I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0612I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0612I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0612I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0613A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0613I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0613I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0613I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0613I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0613I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0613I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0613I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0613I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0614A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0614I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0614I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0614I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0614I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0614I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0614I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0614I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0614I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0615A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0615I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0615I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0615I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0615I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0615I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0615I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0615I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0615I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0615O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0615O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0616A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0616I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0616I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0616I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0616I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0616I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0616I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0616I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0616I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0616O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0616O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0617A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0617I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0617I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0617I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0617I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0617I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0617I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0617I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0617I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0617O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0617O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0618A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0618I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0618I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0618I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0618I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0618I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0618I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0618I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0618I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0618O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0618O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0619A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0619I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0619I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0619I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0619I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0619I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0619I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0619I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0619I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0619O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0619O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0620A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0620I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0620I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0620I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0620I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0620I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0620I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0620I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0620I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0620O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0620O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0621A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0621I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0621I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0621I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0621I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0621I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0621I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0621I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0621I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0621O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0621O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0622A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0622I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0622I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0622I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0622I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0622I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0622I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0622I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0622I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0622O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0622O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0623A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0623I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0623I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0623I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0623I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0623I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0623I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0623I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0623I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0623O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0623O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0624A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0624I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0624I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0624I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0624I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0624I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0624I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0624I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0624I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0624O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0624O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0625A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0625I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0625I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0625I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0625I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0625I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0625I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0625I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0625I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0625O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0625O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0626A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0626I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0626I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0626I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0626I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0626I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0626I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0626I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0626I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0626O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0626O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0627A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0627I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0627I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0627I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0627I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0627I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0627I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0627I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0627I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0627O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0627O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0628A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0628I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0628I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0628I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0628I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0628I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0628I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0628I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0628I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0628O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0628O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0629A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0629I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0629I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0629I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0629I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0629I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0629I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0629I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0629I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0629O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0629O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0630A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0630I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0630I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0630I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0630I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0630I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0630I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0630I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0630I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0630O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0630O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0631A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0631I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0631I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0631I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0631I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0631I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0631I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0631I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0631I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0631O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0631O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0632A30W907Displaced stone in k1/k106 that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538. [W907JW.J]
F0632I01W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0632I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0632I04W826s122c-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0632I04W908s122c-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0632I10W826Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W826JW.J]
F0632I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f538 to the south of and approximately 50cm below the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f569. [W908JW.J]
F0632I12W826Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0632I12W908Accumulation f576 was the penultimate level excavated in this loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0632O08R321p0036 [R321JW3.J]
F0632O08R321p0502 [R321JW3.J]
F0633A01S212f0007 [S212JW2.J]
F0633A01S212f0218 [S212JW.J]
F0633A01S212f0523 [S212JW2.J]
F0633A21RY07ts [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0633A30W907Topsoil in k1 previously excavated as part of unit J2. [W907JW.J]
F0633B11RY07Topsoil in locus k1. This feature was identified from drawing w502 and equates to the topsoil excavated several years ago when k1 was partially excavated as part of unit J2. [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0633D01RY07k1 [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0633F02W414>0co f0634 [W414JW.J]
F0633I01W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0633I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0633I04W826s20-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0633I04W908s20-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0633I10W826Topsoil on tell surface. [W826JW.J]
F0633I10W908Topsoil on tell surface. [W908JW.J]
F0634A01S212f0008 [S212JW3.J]
F0634A01S212f0220 [S212JW3.J]
F0634A01S212f0558 [S212JW3.J]
F0634A21RY07ad [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0634A30W907Natural accumulation in k1 under topsoil f633. [W907JW.J]
F0634B11RY07Natural accumulation under topsoil, f633, in locus k1. This feature was identified from drawing w502 and equates to the highest natural accumulation under topsoil excavated several years ago when k1 was partially excavated as part of unit J2. The bottom of this feature is the top of f500, the first accumulation excavated this season by unit J3. [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0634D01RY07k1 [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0634F02W414<0co f0633 [W414JW.J]
F0634F02W414>0co f0500 [W414JW.J]
F0634I01W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0634I03W909h9m-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0634I04W826s30-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0634I04W908s30-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0634I10W826Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f633. [W826JW.J]
F0634I10W908Layer of natural accumulation directly below topsoil f633. [W908JW.J]
F0635A21RY07st [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0635A30W907Displaced stone in k2 which sits in late Mittani accumulation f535. [W907JW.J]
F0635B11RY07Isolated large limestone block in the NE quarter of locus k2. It is just to the north of the north edge of the second apron, f532, of which it may be a component. However, f635 is considerably larger than the individual stones of the apron and appears to sit in the accumulation which covers the apron, f557. [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0635D01RY07k2 [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0635F02W414>7re f0533 [W414JW.J]
F0635I01W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0635I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0635I04W826s120a-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0635I04W908s120a-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0635I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f535. [W826JW.J]
F0635I10W908Displaced stone that sits in late Mittani accumulation f535. [W908JW.J]
F0636A21RY07ad [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0636A30W907Stub of a former baulk in k107 that separated excavation units J2 and J3. [W907JW.J]
F0636B11RY07Butt-end of an isolated baulk in the NE corner of k107. It is a natural accumulation which is located between k107 and unit J2 to the east. It results from the mis-match of the German trench in unit B6, f545, (which tried to locate the north edge if the second apron, f556) and the grid system in use during the course of this excavation. [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0636D01RY07k107 [RY07JW.J***TC_DATA_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
F0636F02W414>1ov f0556 [W414JW.J]
F0636I01W909s00-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0636I03W909h9s-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0636I04W826s00-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0636I04W908s00-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0636I10W826Undifferentiated soil from a stub baulk separating units J2 and J3. [W826JW.J]
F0636I10W908Undifferentiated soil from a stub baulk separating units J2 and J3. [W908JW.J]
F0637A21W808st [W808JW.J]
F0637A30W907Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W907JW.J]
F0637B11W808A displaced stone in k1 recoverd from a late Mittani accumlation f578, which is located to the south of and below the top of revetment wall, f569. It was formerly designated as f593.1. [W808JW.J]
F0637I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0637I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0637I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0637I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0637I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W826JW.J]
F0637I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W908JW.J]
F0637I12W826Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0637I12W908Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0638A21W808st [W808JW.J]
F0638A30W907Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W907JW.J]
F0638B11W808A displaced stone in k1 recoverd from a late Mittani accumlation f578, which is located to the south of and below the top of revetment wall, f569. It was formerly designated as f593.2. [W808JW.J]
F0638I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0638I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0638I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0638I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0638I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W826JW.J]
F0638I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W908JW.J]
F0638I12W826Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0638I12W908Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0639A21W808st [W808JW.J]
F0639A30W907Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W907JW.J]
F0639B11W808A displaced stone in k1 recoverd from a late Mittani accumlation f578, which is located to the south of and below the top of revetment wall, f569. It was formerly designated as f593.3. [W808JW.J]
F0639I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0639I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0639I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0639I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0639I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W826JW.J]
F0639I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W908JW.J]
F0639I12W826Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0639I12W908Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0640A21W808st [W808JW.J]
F0640A30W907Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W907JW.J]
F0640B11W808A displaced stone in k1 recoverd from a late Mittani accumlation f578, which is located to the south of and below the top of revetment wall, f569. It was formerly designated as f593.4. [W808JW.J]
F0640I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0640I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0640I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0640I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0640I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W826JW.J]
F0640I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W908JW.J]
F0640I12W826Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0640I12W908Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0641A21W808st [W808JW.J]
F0641A30W907Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W907JW.J]
F0641B11W808A displaced stone in k1 recoverd from a late Mittani accumlation f578, which is located to the south of and below the top of revetment wall, f569. It was formerly designated as f593.5. [W808JW.J]
F0641I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0641I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0641I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0641I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0641I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W826JW.J]
F0641I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W908JW.J]
F0641I12W826Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0641I12W908Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
F0642A21W808st [W808JW.J]
F0642A30W907Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W907JW.J]
F0642B11W808A displaced stone in k1 recoverd from a late Mittani accumlation f578, which is located to the south of and below the top of revetment wall, f569. It was formerly designated as f593.6. [W808JW.J]
F0642I01W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0642I03W909h7v-J3B [W909JW.J]
F0642I04W826s122d-J3B [W826JW.J]
F0642I04W908s122d-J3B [W908JW.J]
F0642I10W826Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W826JW.J]
F0642I10W908Displaced stone that sits in accumulation f578. [W908JW.J]
F0642I12W826Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W826JW.J]
F0642I12W908Accumulation f578 was the lowest level excavated in these loci. It has been securely dated to the late Mittani occupation period. [W908JW.J]
H2I-J3BI04W909s864a-J3B [W909JW.J]
H2I-J3BI04W909s864b-J3B [W909JW.J]
H2I-J3BI04W909s864c-J3B [W909JW.J]
H2I-J3BI04W909s864d-J3B [W909JW.J]
H2I-J3BI04W909s866a-J3B [W909JW.J]
H2I-J3BI04W909s866b-J3B [W909JW.J]
H2M-J3BI04W909s860a-J3B [W909JW.J]
H2M-J3BI04W909s860b-J3B [W909JW.J]
H2M-J3BI04W909s860c-J3B [W909JW.J]
H3M-J3BI04W909s650a-J3B [W909JW.J]
H3M-J3BI04W909s650b-J3B [W909JW.J]
H3M-J3BI04W909s650c-J3B [W909JW.J]
H3M-J3BI04W909s650d-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7F-J3BI04W909s180-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7F-J3BI04W909s190-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7J-J3BI04W909s160a-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7J-J3BI04W909s160b-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7J-J3BI04W909s160c-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7M-J3BI04W909s144-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7M-J3BI04W909s148a-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7M-J3BI04W909s148b-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7V-J3BI04W909s120a-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7V-J3BI04W909s120b-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7V-J3BI04W909s120c-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7V-J3BI04W909s122a-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7V-J3BI04W909s122b-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7V-J3BI04W909s122c-J3B [W909JW.J]
H7V-J3BI04W909s122d-J3B [W909JW.J]
H8M-J3BI04W909s80-J3B [W909JW.J]
H8R-J3BI04W909s60-J3B [W909JW.J]
H9C-J3BI04W909s50-J3B [W909JW.J]
H9M-J3BI04W909s20-J3B [W909JW.J]
H9M-J3BI04W909s30-J3B [W909JW.J]
H9P-J3BI04W909s10-J3B [W909JW.J]
H9S-J3BI04W909s00-J3B [W909JW.J]
I0003A35Q428L_V18d3519 J3.3 P818 gG.jpg [Q428JW.J]
I0003P99R825Actions complete. Needs boxing. [R825JW1.J]
I0005A35S122L_V19d7280 J3i5 Qx07 dM pi f175.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0006A35Q428L_V18d3597 J3.6 P901 gG.jpg [Q428JW.J]
I0008A21T208hb [T208JW.J]
I0008A35S122L_V18d3064 J3v24 P831 dM.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0008O03Q212w0010 [Q212JW.J]
I0009C99P901skull and a few long bones of a large animal, most likely a dog or a pig. Positive identifcation will have to be made by a paleo-zoologist next season. [P901JW.J]
I0010A35Q428L_V18d3637 J3.10 P903 gG.jpg [Q428JW.J]
I0010H99P901Because this tool was underneath and touching the hips of the body, f60, in the burial, a1, we surmise that it belonged to the deceased and was a grave good. [P901JW.J]
I0010O03Q212w0010 [Q212JW.J]
I0010P02Q906ZSB 16-78 [Q906JW.J]
I0011O08R321p0019 [R321JW3.J]
I0012O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
I0013A35S122L_V19d2596 J3i13 Qx02 dM fg f163.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0013O08R321p0022 [R321JW3.J]
I0013P99R825Actions complete. Needs boxing. [R825JW1.J]
I0014A35S122L_V19d7286 J3i14 Qx08 dM f252 si.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0014O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0014O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
I0015O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0015O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
I001501A35S122L_V19d2989 J3i15.1 Qx03 dM si f252.jpg [S122JW.J]
I001502A35S122L_V19d7214 J3i15.2 Qx03 dM f252 si.jpg [S122JW.J]
I001503A35S122L_V19d2830 J3i15.3 Qx02 dM si f252.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0016A35S122L_V19d7284 J3i16 Qx07 dM si f252.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0016O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0016O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
I0017A35S122L_V19d2832 J3i17 Qx02 dM si f252.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0017O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0017O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
I0018A35S122L_V19d2963 J3i18 Qx03 dM si f252.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0018O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0018O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
I0019A35S122L_V19d2837 J3i19 Qx02 dM si f252.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0019O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0019O08R321p0031 [R321JW3.J]
I0020O01Q916v0153 [RX31JW.J]
I0020O01Q916v0153a [RX31JW.J]
I0020O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0020O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
I002001A35S122L_V19d2813 J3i20.1 Qx07 dM je f257.jpg [S122JW.J]
I002002A35S122L_V19d2855 J3i20.2 Qx06 dM bd f257.jpg [S122JW.J]
I002003A35S122L_V19d2862 J3i20.3 Qx06 dM bd f257.jpg [S122JW.J]
I002004A35S122L_V19d2869 J3i20.4 Qx06 dM bd f257.jpg [S122JW.J]
I002005A35S122L_V19d2876 J3i20.5 Qx06 dM bd f257.jpg [S122JW.J]
I002006A35S122L_V19d2882 J3i20.6 Qx06 dM bd f257.jpg [S122JW.J]
I002007A35S122L_V19d7101 J3i20.7 Qx06 dM bd f257.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0021O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0021O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
I0022O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0022O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
I0023A35S122L_V19d7265 J3i23 Qx05 dM bd f257.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0023O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0023O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
I0024A35S122L_V19d2902 J3i24 Qx05 dM bd f257.jpg [S122JW.J]
I0024O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0024O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
I0025O08R321p0017 [R321JW3.J]
I0025O08R321p0032 [R321JW3.J]
I0027A21UX05si [UX07JW.J]
I0027B11UX05A portion of a clay sealing, broken in antiquity. It has cloth and string impressions on the reverse while on the obverse, along one edge, is possibly the impression made by the rim of a stamp seal. [UX07JW.J]
I0027BA1U915sl [UX05JW3.J]
I0027BA2U9152 [UX05JW3.J]
I0027BA3U9154.5 [UX05JW3.J]
I0027BA5U9153.2 [UX05JW3.J]
I0027BA6U915cl-dried [UX05JW3.J]
I0027BA8U915brownish tan [UX05JW3.J]
I0027BA9U915possible impression of stamp seal [UX05JW3.J]
I0027D01U915k13 [UX05JW3.J]
I0027D03U9152589 (41426 49352 - 9221 / Relay location: center) [U930JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0027F02U915>5si f0346 [UX05JW3.J]
I0027G03U915associated q-lot: 417 [UX05JW3.J]
I0027J01UX051.9 [UX07JW.J]
I0027J02UX054.1 [UX07JW.J]
I0027J04UX052.9 [UX07JW.J]
I0027K03UX05cl-dried [UX07JW.J]
I0027K05UX05gray [UX07JW.J]
I0027K06UX052.5Y 6/1 [UX07JW.J]
I0027K99UX05This preliminary cleaning and analysis was conducted by jW at the direction of mKB, who will more fully analyze it in a future season. [UX07JW.J]
I0027P99UX05Stored in mKB office after photography. [UX07JW.J]
I0028A21UX05si [UX07JW.J]
I0028B11UX05This is the impression of a cylinder seal cut with a pattern of intertwined ropes. There are two partial rollings of the same seal. Also, there is a notch on the reverse, possibly from a string. The impression is deep and clear, suggesting that the seal was well-made and relatively new. [UX07JW.J]
I0028BA1U916si [UX05JW3.J]
I0028BA2U9161.8 [UX05JW3.J]
I0028BA3U9163.5 [UX05JW3.J]
I0028BA5U9163 [UX05JW3.J]
I0028BA6U916cl-dried [UX05JW3.J]
I0028BA8U916black [UX05JW3.J]
I0028BA9U916intertwined rope design [UX05JW3.J]
I0028D01U916k12 [UX05JW3.J]
I0028D03U9162598 (41093 48971 - 9075 / Relay location: center) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0028F02U916>5si f0351 [UX05JW3.J]
I0028G03U916associated q-lot: 420 [UX05JW3.J]
I0028J01UX051.6 [UX07JW.J]
I0028J02UX053.6 [UX07JW.J]
I0028J04UX052.8 [UX07JW.J]
I0028K03UX05cl-dried [UX07JW.J]
I0028K05UX05very dark gray (surface) [UX07JW.J]
I0028K05UX05yellowish red (interior) [UX07JW.J]
I0028K06UX0510YR 3/1 [UX07JW.J]
I0028K06UX055YR 4/6 [UX07JW.J]
I0028K10UX05There is a fresh break along one side, but little of the design was lost. We sifted the surrounding soil but did not fine the missing piece. [UX07JW.J]
I0028K99UX05This preliminary cleaning and analysis was conducted by jW at the direction of mKB, who will more fully analyze it in a future season. [UX07JW.J]
I0028P99UX05Stored in mKB office after photography. [UX07JW.J]
I0029BA1U916cv [UX05JW3.J]
I0029BA2U91610 [UX05JW3.J]
I0029BA4U91617 [UX05JW3.J]
I0029BA6U916cl-baked [UX05JW3.J]
I0029BA8U916pinkish gray [UX05JW3.J]
I0029BA9U916Medium-sized jar, largely intact [UX05JW3.J]
I0029D01U916k12 [UX05JW3.J]
I0029D03U9162599 (41009 49247 - 9082 / Relay location: center top) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0029F02U916>5si f0351 [UX05JW3.J]
I0029G03U916associated q-lot: 420 [UX05JW3.J]
I0029O01U916v0175 [V205JW.J]
I0029O01U916v0175a [V205JW.J]
I0030BA1U916cv [UX05JW3.J]
I0030BA6U916cl-baked [UX05JW3.J]
I0030BA8U916pinkish gray [UX05JW3.J]
I0030BA9U916large wide-mouthed bowl, in pieces, with rim missing [UX05JW3.J]
I0030D01U916k12 [UX05JW3.J]
I0030D03U9162600 (41253 49107 - 9122 / Relay location: center bottom) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0030F02U916>5si f0351 [UX05JW3.J]
I0030G03U916associated q-lot: 420 [UX05JW3.J]
I0030O01U916v0176 [V205JW.J]
I0030O01U916v0176a [V205JW.J]
I0031BA3U91821 [UX05JW3.J]
I0031BA4U91850 [UX05JW3.J]
I0031BA6U918cl-baked [UX05JW3.J]
I0031BA8U918pinkish grag [UX05JW3.J]
I0031BA9U918vessel for burial a20 [UX05JW3.J]
I0031D01U918k13 [UX05JW3.J]
I0031D03U9182615 (41437 49279 - 9163 / Relay location: center bottom) [UX01JW-R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0031E02U920260 bottom [U921JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0031E03U920N bottom [U921JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0031F02U918>5si f0356 [UX05JW3.J]
I0031O01U918v0177 [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0177a [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0177b [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0177c [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0177d [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0178 [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0178a [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0178b [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0178c [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0178d [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0179 [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0179a [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0179b [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0179c [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0179d [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0179e [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U918v0179f [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180 [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180a [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180b [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180c [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180d [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180e [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180f [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180g [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180h [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180i [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180j [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180k [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180l [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180m [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180n [V205JW.J]
I0031O01U919v0180o [V205JW.J]
I0032BA1U919hb [UX05JW3.J]
I0032BA9U919human bones of an infant in burial a20 [UX05JW3.J]
I0032D01U919k13 [UX05JW3.J]
I0032F02U919>5si f0356 [UX05JW3.J]
I0032G03U919associated q-lot: 425 [UX05JW3.J]
I0032K92U920According to aK, the skeleton was that of an infant less than 1 year old. It was a primary burial, placed in the bottom of the upturned jar in a flexed position. The head was to the north, it was laying on its left side, with its face to the east. Almost all bones were recovered, most undamaged, except for the skull and some of the long bones. [U921JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180 [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180a [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180b [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180c [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180d [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180e [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180f [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180g [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180h [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180i [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180j [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180k [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180l [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180m [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180n [V205JW.J]
I0032O01U919v0180o [V205JW.J]
I0033BA1U919soil [UX05JW3.J]
I0033BA6U919soil [UX05JW3.J]
I0033BA8U919brownish gray [UX05JW3.J]
I0033BA9U919soil in burial vessel i31 for a20 [UX05JW3.J]
I0033D01U919k13 [UX05JW3.J]
I0033F02U919>5si f0356 [UX05JW3.J]
I0033G99U920gB suggested that we designate the soil in the jar as an item in lieu of a feature, which is reserved for the material (fill or accumulation) which surrounds the burial vessel. Therefore any material in q-lot q425 should properly be designated as coming from i33 and assigned their own item number. We can do this because the position of the jar and its contents were recorded as relays. [U921JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0034BA1U922hb [UX05JW3.J]
I0034BA9U922human bones of an adult in burial a22 [UX05JW3.J]
I0034D01U922k12 [UX05JW3.J]
I0034F02U922>5si f0364 [UX05JW3.J]
I0034G03U922associated q-lot: 433 [UX05JW3.J]
I0034O01U922v0185 [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U922v0185a [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U923v0182 [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U923v0182a [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U923v0182b [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U923v0182c [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U923v0182d [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U925v0187 [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U925v0187a [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U925v0187b [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U925v0187c [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U925v0189 [V205JW.J]
I0034O01U925v0189a [V205JW.J]
I0035A21U924hb [U925JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0035A99U925Thirteen tokens formerly designated as q439.2. [UX07JW1.J]
I0035B11U924a relatively complete skeleton was found buried in a shallow pit along the west baulk of k12. The pit cut, f365, was made into the lower levels of a bricky glacis, f351. It seems to have been doubly sealed by the crust of f351 (identified as a Late Chalcolithic depost) as well as a baqaya glacis, f50, above. An ashy fill, f364, surrounded the bottom and sides of the articulated body, which was oriented N-S on its back, the head turned to the left and the feet placed near the pelvis, with the femurs extending left perpendicular to the spine. The left humerus extended down from the clavicle, but we could not identify the lower arm, wrist and hand bones from the shattered remnants. The higher parts (right side of the head, lower leg and arm bones) were shattered, but the bones lower in the grave were well preserved. We were able to photograph them and removed them to the physical anthropology lab for analysis in a following season. Removed from the grave were burned seeds, charcoal, soil samples, small sherds, and the partial mandible of a grazing animal. [U925JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0035C03U924Several rough measurements were taken to estimate the stature, sex, and shape of the deceased:
the estimated height of 160 cm was measured from the top of the head, along the spine, around the pelvis, and along the leg bones;
the width and shape of the greater sciatic notch indicate it was a woman;
the excessive wear and poor condition of the three teeth recovered (canine, bicuspid, molar) indicate that she was relatively old. [U925JW1.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0035D03U9222626 (41144 49007 - 9413 / Relay location: high point b skull) [U930JW2R.J***F354-F357._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_V925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J]
I0035O01U922v0181 [V205JW.J]
I0036O01U922v0181 [V205JW.J]
I0500B11R814A small copper alloy tool or implement with a relatively long shaft and a spade-like working surface. Although it was covered with a patina, the spade end may have had a sharp edge. The cross-section of the shaft is rectangular, suggesting that it may been fitted into a wooden handle. There is no sign of splaying at the top of the shaft to suggest that it may have been driven with a hammer. Possible uses include as a chisel, spoon, or scraper. [R814JW.J]
I0501B11R814A small copper alloy tool or implement with a shaft and a spade-like working surface. Although it was found in a different context, it is similar to i500 in shape and form. It was covered with a patina, so it is not possible to determine if the spade end had a sharp edge. The cross-section of the shaft is rectangular, suggesting thatit may have been fitted into a wooden handle. There is no sign of splaying at the top of the shaft to suggest that it may have been driven with a hammer. It might have been used as a chisel, spoon, or scraper. [R814JW.J]
K0001A35T311L_W20d1401 J3w100 R819 eDB.jpg [T311JW.J]
K0001O01P915v0042 [P918JW2.J]
K0001O01P915v0042a [P918JW2.J]
K0001O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0001O01R707v0158b [RX31JW.J]
K0001O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0001O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
K0001O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
K0001O01R707v0162 [RX31JW.J]
K0001O01R707v0162a [RX31JW.J]
K0001O01R707v0162c [RX31JW.J]
K0001O01RY01v0500 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0001O01RY01v0502 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0001O01RY01v0505 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0001O08R321p0500 [R321JW3.J]
K0002A35T311L_W20d1402 J3w101 R819 eDB.jpg [T311JW.J]
K0002O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0002O01R707v0158b [RX31JW.J]
K0002O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0002O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
K0002O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
K0002O01R707v0162 [RX31JW.J]
K0002O01R707v0162a [RX31JW.J]
K0002O01R707v0162c [RX31JW.J]
K0002O01RY01v0501 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0002O01RY01v0504 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0002O01RY01v0504a [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0002O01RY01v0504b [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0002O01RY01v0504c [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0002O01RY01v0504d [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0002O01RY01v0504e [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0002O01RY01v0504f [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0002O01RY01v0506 [RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J.]
K0002O08R321p0500 [R321JW3.J]
K0011O01P913v0035b [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01P913v0036 [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01P913v0036b [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01P915v0041 [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01P915v0041a [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01P915v0042 [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01P915v0042a [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01P917v0043a [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01P917v0043b [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01P917v0044 [P918JW2.J]
K0011O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0011O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0011O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0011O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
K0011O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
K0011O01R730v0166c [R730JW.J]
K0011O01R730v0166f [R730JW.J]
K0011O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
K0011O01UX05v0195 [V205JW.J]
K0011O01UX05v0195a [V205JW.J]
K0011O01UX05v0195b [V205JW.J]
K0011O01UX05v0195c [V205JW.J]
K0011O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
K0011O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
K0011O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
K0011O03Q212w0008 [Q212JW.J]
K0012C01P904Relayed a line of large stones, f75, in the southwest corner of the locus in preparation for their removal, after photographing, tomorrow. Because they overhang parts of k104 and k105 where we are making a deep sounding to inspect the north face of the monumental wall, f11, we are removing them to enhance the safety of work there. [P904JW.J]
K0012C01P906Along the west edge of the locus we began to remove the accumulation, f38, that was below the N-S line of stones, f75, to trace the top bakhia surface of the terrace, f50, downslope to the monumental wall, f11. In the process we uncovered two more large stones, f78, and f79 that had underlain f75. These stones were relayed and photographed in anticipation of removal on P907. [P906JW.J]
K0012O01P827v0019 [P904GM5.J]
K0012O01P913v0035 [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P913v0035a [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P913v0035b [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P913v0036 [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P913v0036a [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P913v0038 [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P913v0038a [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P915v0041 [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P915v0041a [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P915v0042 [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P915v0042a [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P917v0043a [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P917v0043b [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01P917v0044 [P918JW2.J]
K0012O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0012O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0012O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0012O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
K0012O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
K0012O01R730v0166c [R730JW.J]
K0012O01R730v0166f [R730JW.J]
K0012O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U916v0174 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U916v0175 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U916v0175a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U916v0176 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U916v0176a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0177 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0177a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0177b [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0177c [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0177d [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0178 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0179 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0179a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0179b [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0179c [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0179d [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0179e [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U918v0179f [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180b [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180c [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180d [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180e [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180f [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180g [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180h [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180i [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180j [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180k [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180l [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180m [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180n [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U919v0180o [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U922v0181 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U922v0181a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U922v0183 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U922v0183a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U922v0185 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U922v0185a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U923v0182 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U923v0182a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U923v0182b [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U923v0182c [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U923v0182d [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U925v0187 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U925v0187a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U925v0187b [V205JW.J]
K0012O01U925v0187c [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX04v0186 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX04v0198a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX04v0198b [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX05v0195 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX05v0195a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX05v0195b [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX05v0195c [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
K0012O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
K0012O03Q212w0001 [Q212JW.J]
K0012O03Q212w0002 [Q212JW.J]
K0012O03Q212w0008 [Q212JW.J]
K0013D20QX11m4257 [QX11JW.J]
K0013D21QX11500 cms North, 500 cms West [QX11JW.J]
K0013O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
K0013O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
K0013O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0013O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0013O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0013O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
K0013O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
K0013O01R730v0166c [R730JW.J]
K0013O01R730v0166f [R730JW.J]
K0013O01U905v0167 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U905v0167a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U905v0167b [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U905v0167c [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U913v0168 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U913v0168a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U913v0168b [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U913v0169 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U913v0169a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U913v0169b [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U913v0170 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U913v0170a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U913v0171 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U916v0174 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U916v0174a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U916v0176 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U916v0176a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0177 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0177a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0177b [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0177c [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0177d [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0178 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0178a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0178b [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0178c [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0178d [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0179 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0179a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0179b [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0179c [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0179d [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0179e [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U918v0179f [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U921v0184 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U921v0184a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U922v0183 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U922v0183a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U925v0188 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U925v0188a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U925v0189 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U925v0189a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U925v0190 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U925v0190a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U925v0191 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U925v0191a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01U925v0191b [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX04v0186 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX04v0192 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX04v0192a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX04v0193 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX04v0193a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX04v0194 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX04v0198 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX04v0198a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX04v0198b [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX05v0195 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX05v0195a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX05v0195b [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX05v0195c [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX07v0196 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX07v0199 [V205JW.J]
K0013O01UX07v0199a [V205JW.J]
K0013O03R520w0012 [R520JW.J]
K0013O03R525w0013 [R525JW.J]
K0013O08R321p0018 [R321JW3.J]
K0021D20QX11m4255 [QX11JW.J]
K0021D21QX11500 cms North, 500 cms West [QX11JW.J]
K0021O01P915v0042 [P918JW2.J]
K0021O01P915v0042a [P918JW2.J]
K0021O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0021O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0021O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0021O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
K0021O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
K0021O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
K0021O03R520w0011 [R520JW.J]
K0021O08R321p0018 [R321JW3.J]
K0022C01Q826After drawing and photographing the north part of the east baulk, we began to remove it. [Q826JW.J]
K0022C01Q827removed the east baulk of the locus. [Q827JW.J]
K0022C99Q827As we were establishing the relationship between the packed mud glacis, f152 and the baqaya glacis, f109, we noticed an apparent discontinuity in the baqaya in the far northeast corner of the locus. A few days earlier, while excavavating with the big pick in the same place, we found an apparently isolated, broken, reddish brick. During this exploration of the baqaya we noticed in the baulk a brick, f192 that abutted the baqaya, indicating that there may have been a structure either of brick or with a brick foundation at this location. [Q827JW.J]
K0022D20QX11m4256 [QX11JW.J]
K0022D21QX11500 cms North, 500 cms West [QX11JW.J]
K0022H99Q827In order to help determine whether floor f173 overlaid or was a part of the packed mud glacis, f152, of the temple mound, we took elevations at each corner and the middle. All elevations were within two centimeters of 9197. This and the presence of sherds that were laying flat suggest that the surface was a floor separate from the mud glacis. However, gB looked at the surface of both and determined that they were formed from the same material. This suggests that they were deposited at the same time and were parts of a single feature. jW noticed that the sherds in the glacis to the north of the floor were randomly oriented while the sherds of f173 were laying flat. This does not mean that the surfaces were of differing strata, but rather that people probaly walked on the flat part. Therefore the better interpretation is that f173 and f152 are part of the same glacis packing, were deposited at the same time, but served somewhat different functions. [Q827JW.J]
K0022H99Q827Therefore it is clear that the packed mud glacis was added atop the baqaya glacis at a later date. [Q827JW.J]
K0022I99Q827When we reached the gray accumulation in k22, f111, we questioned the relationship among this feature, the packed mud glacis, f152 and the baqaya glacis, f109. As we traced f109 from k13 to k23 we found that the baqaya extended beneath the packed mud. Furthermore, f111, previously assumed to be an ashy accumulatiom covering the baqaya, was in fact a continuation of the packed mud to the east. [Q827JW.J]
K0022O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0022O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0022O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0022O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
K0022O01R730v0166b [R730JW.J]
K0022O01R730v0166e [R730JW.J]
K0022O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
K0022O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
K0022O01UX04v0186 [V205JW.J]
K0022O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
K0022O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
K0022O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
K0022O03R525w0015 [R525JW.J]
K0022O03R525w0016 [R525JW.J]
K0022O03R525w0019 [R525JW.J]
K0022O03R525w0020 [R525JW.J]
K0022O08R321p0018 [R321JW3.J]
K0023C01Q826Finished excavating a wedge-shaped section of accumulation, f150, in the southwest corner which covers packing, f152, which extend through the entire locus. It appears that what we call a floor surface, f173, in k22, either abuts the mud packing or is a continuation of it to the south. Adding to the possibilities, today we discovered a packed mud surface in k109, immediately to the southwest. Tomorrow we will compare and analyze all three features. After photographing and drawing, we began to remove the east baulk. [Q826JW.J]
K0023C01Q911As we began to remove the packed mud, f152 that covered the mud glacis, f123 we began to see several red bricks upon which was what appeared to be a large pot smash. We designated the matrix surrounding the sherds f252, and began to remove it and the sherds. Almost immediately we recovered a seal impression, followed by a number of others, all under the ceramic. To the south of the bricks was an area of lamination in the general shape of a rectangularly-cut pit. [Q911JW1.J]
K0023C01Q912Today we excavated the contents of pit, a10, and dug it, pit a5, and pit a6 to a depth of about one meter to sample the contents of the packed fill beneath the baqaya layer, f109, f50. Each yielded Late Chalcolithic sherds similar to those found in the deep sounding beneath f50 in the typological column, k104 and k105, excavated near the monumental wall, f11, in season MZ18 (2005-P). jW was hopeful that pit a10 would contain a burial, but that was not the case - the fill was virtually clean and soft and contained but few sherds. [Q912JW.J]
K0023C01Q913We completed the removal of accumulation, f252 and found an E-W line of red bricks, f215, along the north baulk. To the west they were in a single layer, but to the east they seemed to be in two layers. The top bricks had been moved out of place and there was a N-S line of smaller bricks near pit a6. The E-W line of bricks probably capped the baqaya glacis, f109, but the function of the bricks near the pit cannot be determined because they are too eroded. [Q913JW.J]
K0023C02Q826We will excavate carefully the baulk in order to trace the transition from the baqaya surface [Q826JW.J]
K0023D20QX11m3926 [QX11JW.J]
K0023D21QX11500 cms North, 500 cms West [QX11JW.J]
K0023H99Q911A preliminary analysis of the seal impressions indicates that they were of the Uruk period, heretofore not found at Mozan. The sherds atop the seal impressions were assessed by mKB to be Late Chalcolithic. The bricks, f28 , covered the baqaya glacis, f109, and abutted the mud glacis, f123. We presume that since generally red bricks deteriorate rapidly, they were laid at the same time as the mud glacis, f123, Phase 11. The laminations, f , covered the fill of a pit, a10, which was dug into both the mud glacis and baqaya glacis. The fill was very clean, only containing a few sherds. The most likely explanation for the stratigraphic inversion is that the pit was dug in Phase 6, into packed fills (which came from elsewhere on or near the tell) below the baqaya. These fills have consistently been dated to the Late Chalcolithic, Phase 1 or earlier. Material from digging the pit was dumped atop the brick surface of the mound and was covered quickly by loess, so that it stayed in place. [Q911JW1.J]
K0023O01Q816v0057 [RX31JW.J]
K0023O01Q816v0057a [RX31JW.J]
K0023O01Q901v0098 [RX31JW.J]
K0023O01Q901v0098a [RX31JW.J]
K0023O01Q901v0098b [RX31JW.J]
K0023O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0023O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0023O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0023O01R707v0164 [RX31JW.J]
K0023O01R707v0164a [RX31JW.J]
K0023O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
K0023O01R730v0166b [R730JW.J]
K0023O01R730v0166e [R730JW.J]
K0023O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
K0023O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
K0023O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
K0023O01UX04v0186 [V205JW.J]
K0023O01UX04v0194 [V205JW.J]
K0023O01UX07v0197 [V205JW.J]
K0023O01UX07v0197a [V205JW.J]
K0023O01UX07v0197b [V205JW.J]
K0023O03R525w0014 [R525JW.J]
K0023O03R525w0019 [R525JW.J]
K0023O03R525w0020 [R525JW.J]
K0023O03R525w0035 [R525JW.J]
K0023O08R321p0018 [R321JW3.J]
K0023Q01R723R723JW.T [R723JW.J]
K0023Q01R723R723jW.T [R723JW.J]
K0023Q01R823R823jW.T [R823JW.J]
K0024O03R525w0027 [R525JW.J]
K0031D20QX11m4257 [QX11JW.J]
K0031D21QX11500 cms North, 500 cms West [QX11JW.J]
K0031O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0031O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0031O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0031O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
K0031O01U915v0172a [V205JW.J]
K0031O03R525w0018 [R525JW.J]
K0031O08R321p0018 [R321JW3.J]
K0032D20QX11m3627 [QX11JW.J]
K0032D21QX11500 cms North, 500 cms West [QX11JW.J]
K0032O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0032O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0032O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0032O08R321p0018 [R321JW3.J]
K0090B11QX11Remainder of old excavated part of J2 to the east, partially removed to improve sightlines to the monumental staircase from the viewing platform. [QX11JW1.J]
K0090D20QX11m3609 [QX11JW1.J]
K0090D21QX11500 cms South, 150 cms West [QX11JW1.J]
K0091B11QX11Excavated as a half square to the north to provide visual access to the revetment wall from a viewing platform to the south. [QX11JW1.J]
K0091D20QX11m3609 [QX11JW1.J]
K0091D21QX11300 cms South, 500 cms West [QX11JW1.J]
K0091O01Q904v0108 [RX31JW.J]
K0091O01Q904v0108a [RX31JW.J]
K0091O01Q904v0108b [RX31JW.J]
K0091O01Q904v0108c [RX31JW.J]
K0091O01Q904v0108d [RX31JW.J]
K0091O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
K0091O03R525w0030 [R525JW.J]
K0091O03R525w0031 [R525JW.J]
K0091O08R321p0018 [R321JW3.J]
K0091O08R321p0029 [R321JW3.J]
K0092B11QX11Excavated as a half square to the north to provide visual access to the revetment wall from a viewing platform to the south. [QX11JW1.J]
K0092D20QX11m3619 [QX11JW1.J]
K0092D21QX11300 cms South, 500 cms West [QX11JW1.J]
K0092I99R816This locus was one of four in an E-W line to the south of the expected location of the south face of revetment wall, f11. These loci were excavated to provide a good sight line to the wall, glacis and temple. They were excavated to a depth of about one meter as half squares with an inward sloping south baulk. This locus was the last to be excavated because it was where we parked the wagons that carried away the back dirt brought up from deeper loci by the shaffat. Due to the imminent arrival of the Minister of Culture, excavation of k92 was rushed and relatively poorly documented. No photographs were taken, and only the east baulk was drawn, w32. However, little was sacrificed because the features were natural accumulations deposited after abandonment across the entire temple plaza and containd almost no cultural material. The photographs and drawings of adjacent loci, k91, k92, and k11 provide adequate details for stratigraphic analysis of this locus. [R816JW.J]
K0092O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
K0092O03R525w0032 [R525JW.J]
K0092O08R321p0018 [R321JW3.J]
K0092O08R321p0029 [R321JW3.J]
K0093B11QX11Excavated as a half square to the north to provide visual access to the revetment wall from a viewing platform to the south. [QX11JW1.J]
K0093D20QX11m4255 [QX11JW1.J]
K0093D21QX11300 cms South, 500 cms West [QX11JW1.J]
K0093O01Q904v0106 [RX31JW.J]
K0093O01Q904v0106c [RX31JW.J]
K0093O01Q904v0106d [RX31JW.J]
K0093O03R525w0029 [R525JW.J]
K0093O08R321p0018 [R321JW3.J]
K0093O08R321p0029 [R321JW3.J]
K0094B11QX11Excavated as a half square to the north to provide visual access to the revetment wall from a viewing platform to the south. [QX11JW1.J]
K0094D20QX11m4257 [QX11JW1.J]
K0094D21QX11300 cms South, 500 cms West [QX11JW1.J]
K0094O01Q904v0107 [RX31JW.J]
K0094O01Q904v0107a [RX31JW.J]
K0094O01Q904v0107b [RX31JW.J]
K0094O01Q904v0107c [RX31JW.J]
K0094O01Q904v0107d [RX31JW.J]
K0094O03R525w0028 [R525JW.J]
K0094O03R525w0033 [R525JW.J]
K0094O08R321p0018 [R321JW3.J]
K0094O08R321p0029 [R321JW3.J]
K0100C01P802Laid out and relayed a 2m by 2m locus centered along the south baulk of locus k13. Pottery from this locus will be processed daily in the laboratory to guide stratigraphic analysis and strategic decisions for the unit. [P802JW.J]
K0101C01P817In removing accumulation, f38, Swar encountered a large surface of hard-packed bakhia, a local virgin soil which is red with white inclusions. Designated f50, preliminary analysis indicates that it may be the surface of a monumantal terrace that led upward from the boundary wall, f11, to the BA Early Dynastic IIIb temple. [P817JW.J]
K0101C01P903Relayed, re-photographed, and removed three large stones, f66, f67, and f68, which were overhanging the typological column k104 and endangering the workmen. All were founded on brown soil. [P903JW.J]
K0101C01Q910We removed the final portion of the east baulk of k101, which lay to the south of the south face of wall, f11. [Q910JW1.J]
K0101O01P820v0015 [P823GM5.J]
K0101O01P820v0015a [P823GM5.J]
K0101O01P820v0015b [P823GM5.J]
K0101O01P827v0019 [P904GM5.J]
K0101O01P913v0035 [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P913v0035a [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P913v0035b [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P913v0036 [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P913v0036a [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P913v0036b [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P913v0037 [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P913v0037a [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P913v0038 [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P913v0038a [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P915v0041 [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P915v0041a [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P915v0042 [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P915v0042a [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P917v0043 [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P917v0043a [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P917v0043b [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P917v0044 [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P917v0044a [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P917v0045 [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01P917v0045a [P918JW2.J]
K0101O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0101O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0101O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0101O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
K0101O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
K0101O01R707v0162 [RX31JW.J]
K0101O01R707v0162a [RX31JW.J]
K0101O01R707v0162c [RX31JW.J]
K0101O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
K0101O03Q212w0007 [Q212JW.J]
K0101O03Q212w0009 [Q212JW.J]
K0101O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
K0102O01P915v0042 [P918JW2.J]
K0102O01P915v0042a [P918JW2.J]
K0102O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0102O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0103C01P824We continued to excavate the brown loess, f53, under the topsoil. Then, after the baulks were trimmed, we noticed a subtle color and texture change had occurred that may have marked an earlier transition to the next layer, a series of laminations, f56. [P824JW2.J]
K0103C01P825Photographed, v18, then removed the two large unfounded stones, f54, runnining E-W out of the middle of the E baulk. Continued to excavate the laminations, f56. [P825JW.J]
K0103C01P827We are concentrating on excavating the one-meter wide ledge along the S baulk to an elevation of 9000. This is the first of several steps down at two meter changes in elevation. We are excavating the ledge first so that we have a place to put the elevator. At the end of the day we were within 15cm of finishing. [P827JW.J]
K0103C01P828Continued to excavate the laminations, f56, which are becoming more densly packed, and therefore harder to pick. Reached an elevation of 9000 in f56 in the south quarter, the location of the first stepped baulk. It is approximately 2m below the surface. Installed elevator on the step to facilitate dirt removal. [P828JW.J]
K0103C01P829Continued to excavate the north three-quarters of the locus, removing the laminations, f56. Put all workmen in this locus to speed work, which is difficult due to the hard, dense nature of the laminations. [P829JW.J]
K0103C01P831Continued the removal of laminations, f56. We expect to reach a cement-like surface similar to k101f43 in the early pickruns today. This may help to explain the compaction of f56 which we are seeing. As expected, laminations blended into harder, grayer accumulation, designated f63. Took relays. [P831JW.J]
K0103C01P901Continued to excavate the hard, gray natural accumulation, f63. Only two lots of pottery, q109 and q110, taken from the entire day's excavation. [P901JW.J]
K0103C01P903Continued to excavate the cement-like accumulation, f63. The digging is slow because of a reduced crew and the difficulty in forcing the pick down through the accumulation. We are promised a jackhammer tomorrow, when we anticipate reducing the excavated area to the north half of the locus to speed our investigation of whether or not there are structures south of the wall in what is now and likely was in antiquity an open plaza. We recovered relatively little pottery and few artifacts from this accumulation today. [P903JW.J]
K0103C01P904Continued to excavate the hard, grayish brown accumulation, f63, by hand. After breakfast, we reached an elevation of 8700 in the northern three-quarters of the locus and measured for the second one-meter step to the north. Now we are excavating only the northern half of the locus. The quantity of pottery recovered increased significantly compared to the last few days, but still only amounted to two q-lots. [P904JW.J]
K0103C01P906We began to cut and trim sections in preparation for final photographs and drawing. At gB's direction, we left the elevator and a small quantity of accumulation in the locus to possibly be used for a demonstration of the dirt removal process to attendees of the conference to outfit the new museum in Hassake. [P906JW.J]
K0103C01P911Student Zuzan revised previous drawings of the north and east baulks of the locus. [P911JW.J]
K0103C02P825gB reminded us of the need to step in the S baulk of the locus as we proceeded down. This is accomplished by leaving one meter ledges that run E-W at elevations 9000, 8800, etc., which will then be cut back to produce a gradual slope to prevent the baulk collapses we see in other parts of the excavation. We are taking all elevations from marker m4118, whose elevation is 9189. As of breakfast, we need to excavate down another 88 cm before stepping the first ledge. [P825JW.J]
K0103C02P901gB and jW met and agreed to test the efficacy of using an electrically-powered jackhammer to speed the excavation of f63. They also agreed to reduce the excavation area to two square meters when the elevation of f63 reaches one meter below the first step to the south. [P901JW.J]
K0103C02P904gB notified jW that we will have a jackhammer on site tomorrow with an operator. He will be on-site both in the morning and afternoon and the staff will needed to supervise the work. We will use all available workmen during both sessions to break up the residue and remove the dirt from the locus. If work proceeds efficiently, we may be able to re-excavate the full set of steps to an elevation of 8400 in the next two days. [P904JW.J]
K0103O01P820v0902 [P823GM5.J]
K0103O01P915v0040 [P918JW2.J]
K0103O01P915v0040a [P918JW2.J]
K0103O01P915v0040b [P918JW2.J]
K0103O01P915v0040c [P918JW2.J]
K0103O01P915v0040d [P918JW2.J]
K0103O01P915v0040e [P918JW2.J]
K0103O01P915v0042 [P918JW2.J]
K0103O01P915v0042a [P918JW2.J]
K0103O03Q212w0003 [Q212JW.J]
K0103O03Q212w0004 [Q212JW.J]
K0104C01P824The surveyor laid out and measured the locus, a 2m by 2m square in the far south edge of k12. We began removing the bakhia terrace, f50, then a softer, brown fill underneath, f57. [P824JW2.J]
K0104C01P825During the first pick run of the day in accumulation, f57, encountered another sloping layer of bakhia, similar to f50. Designated it f58, and began carefully following it from the N, down toward the monumental wall, f11. [P825JW.J]
K0104C01P827We continued to excavate the accumulation, f57, under the layer of bakhia, f50, which forms the ancient top of the terrace. Near the end of the day we encountered another layer of bakhia, f58, under f57. [P827JW.J]
K0104C01P828Excavated the last portion of the bakhia packing, f58. Below, we found a brown layer of fill containing ash (most in the NE corner) and deterioriated brick chunks (most along the south edge). Discovered human remains, f60, and a tiny bead, i7, in the NE corner of k104, buried in fill, f59, under the second layer of bakhia, f58. [P828JW.J]
K0104C01P831gM and Zuzan are continuing to prepare the body, a1, for a registered photograph, v24, which will be used as a template for a Freehand drawing of the burial. Designated the ashy material in the NW corner as a lens, f64. Took relays and photographed f64 in relationship to the burial a1, v25. Noticed cracks developing in the E and N baulks. The N baulk looks like it might release several liters of accumulation and packing to the surface below if not excavated properly. [P831JW.J]
K0104C01P901vS, gM and Zuzan excavated the skeleton, f60, and also removed a stone tool, i10 that was located under the hips and was undoubtedly a grave good. Zuzan, removed the bones of the animal, f61, and traced the ashy lens, f64, to the east to determine its extent and relationship, if any to the soil, f65, which surrounds the burial, a1. [P901JW.J]
K0104C01P903While photographing, v27, and removing the stones in the south half of the locus, we better defined the interface between the ashy lens, f64 and the red accumulation, f65, to the north in the NE corner. The red accumulation appears as a small wedge, surrounded to the south and west by the ash deposit which covers the N half of the locus, v28. After the k101 stones were removed and safety ropes installed on the f10 stones, we began to excavate in the south half of this locus, extending the southern boundary of the western half to the monumental wall, f11. At the suggestion of gB, we designated this modified locus k105. [P903JW.J]
K0104C01P905Continued to excavate this small locus on the north side of the monumental wall, f11. The components remained the same for the entire day - a fill of mixed materials including ash, soil, and chunks of deteriorated brick, which, in the direct vicinity of the wall, transitions to a vertical layer of bakhia, which in turn was used to seal the "inside" face of the wall against the intrusion of water. [P905JW.J]
K0104C01P906We cleaned all sections in k104 and 105 to prepare for final photography and the drawing of sections. [P906JW.J]
K0104C01P911Student Zuzan began to draw the north section of the locus. [P911JW.J]
K0104C02P901gB, faB, and jW met to evaluate the impact of the cracks we see in the east part of the north baulk and the delay occasioned by the careful excavation of the burial, a1, on our plans to excavate a full 2m by 2m locus behind the monumental wall, f11. We decided that it was important to reach the north face of f11 and to excavate at least another meter deeper. gB, faB, and jW suggested that we reduce the excavation area to one that encompasses the south half of the locus. To excavate safely in this confined space, we must remove three large stones that overhang the locus on its south baulk and which are a part of the last phase of f11. Therefore we will photograph, relay, draw, and remove these stones, f66, f67, f68. In addition we will restrain with rope the stones that form the west boundary of the wall apron, f10. [P901JW.J]
K0104I99P824This locus is the second phase of the typological analysis column begun at the surface in k102, the north baulk of k12. Excavation of the first phase was halted when we reached a layer of compacted local virgin soil, bakhia, f50, which formed the sloping surface of a terrace which led upward from the monumantal wall, f11, to the temple at the top of the mound. We resumed digging the column into f50, which sealed well the layers below, after moving it southward along that surface to the face of the wall, and changing the dimensions from 1m by 4m to 2m by 2m. This way we get both the information about changes in the ceramics over time and data about how the wall was built with one small trench cut into the terrace surface. [P824JW2.J]
K0104K99P909During visits by the directors of excavations of Tell Beidar and Tell Hammukar, they mentioned that the pottery from a number of features in the typological column was earlier than we had previously believed. In particular they opined that the bulk of the sherds found were from the Late Chalcolithic III period. These were mixed with a few Ninevite V and Early Dynastic III sherds. The implication of this is that the fill behind the wall was taken from a place on or near the tell that was occupied much earlier than the temple mound. mKB will prepare a detailed analysis for the Global Record. [P909JW.J]
K0104O01P827v0019 [P904GM5.J]
K0104O01P827v0019a [P904GM5.J]
K0104O01P913v0038 [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P913v0038a [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0039 [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0039a [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0039b [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0039c [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0039d [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0039e [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0039g [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0039h [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0041 [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0042 [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P915v0042a [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01P917v0044 [P918JW2.J]
K0104O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
K0104O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
K0104O03Q212w0006 [Q212JW.J]
K0104O03Q212w0010 [Q212JW.J]
K0105C01P903We first removed a small ledge of accumulation, f69, along the south baulk that had built up during the excavation of the animal burial, f61. We then excavated the SW protrusion, f70 reaching the wall almost immediately after an extension of less than 50cm. These features and the wall were then photographed, v29. [P903JW.J]
K0105C01P904To improve safety, we removed a small, overhanging ledge of accumulation above the eastern edge of this "L" shaped locus. Because it was a small quantity of clean loess and there was no pottery in it, the ledge was not assigned a separate feature number. [P904JW.J]
K0105C02P903At the suggestion of gB, we agreed to speed our investigation of the construction of the wall by forming a new locus consisting of the southern half of k104 with a further southern extension in the western half of the south baulk to meet the monumental wall, f11. In this way we can continue the typological column in a reduced area nevertheless expected to yield diminished quantities of the same kinds of pottery, while at the same time seeing how the monumental wall was constructed. The western section of the baulk was selected to minimize the danger posed by overhanging stones from both f10 to the east and f11 to the south. [P903JW.J]
K0105D03Q430418 (40706 49126 - 8931 / Relay location: SE corner point 2) [Q430JW5R.J]
K0105D03Q430419 (40745 49042 - 8931 / Relay location: NE corner point 3) [Q430JW5R.J]
K0105D03Q430420 (40728 49024 - 8931 / Relay location: SE corner point 4) [Q430JW5R.J]
K0105O01P913v0038 [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P913v0038a [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P915v0039 [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P915v0039a [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P915v0039b [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P915v0039d [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P915v0039e [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P915v0039f [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P915v0039g [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P915v0039h [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P915v0042 [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P915v0042a [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P917v0046 [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P917v0046a [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01P917v0046b [P918JW2.J]
K0105O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0105O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0105O03Q212w0005 [Q212JW.J]
K0105O03Q212w0006 [Q212JW.J]
K0106O01R707v0158 [RX31JW.J]
K0106O01R707v0158b [RX31JW.J]
K0106O01R707v0159 [RX31JW.J]
K0106O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
K0106O01R707v0159b [RX31JW.J]
K0106O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
K0106O01R707v0162c [RX31JW.J]
K0106O08R321p0500 [R321JW3.J]
K0107O01R707v0159b [RX31JW.J]
K0107O01R707v0161 [RX31JW.J]
K0107O01R707v0162a [RX31JW.J]
K0107O01R707v0162b [RX31JW.J]
K0107O01R707v0162c [RX31JW.J]
K0107O08R321p0500 [R321JW3.J]
K0108B11QX11k21 plus k22 [QX11JW.J]
K0108C01Q909First, we removed a lightly packed floor surface, f173, originally discovered as a part of k22. Under this was a mud glacis, f241, which continued to the west into k109. This a natural accumulation, f119. We did not find evidence of accumulation f118, which was atop f119 further to the south. In the north east corner we found that f119 covered the mud glacis, f123 and f31, that we previously exposed to the south and east respectively. [Q909JW.J]
K0108C01Q910Today, we excavated to trace a hard-packed mud glacis-like surface, f123, northward from a gently upward sloping mud surface in k108, into k22 and thence to the northern edge of k23. In k22 it rose more sharply and was covered by accumulation f119. In k23 it began to slope less severely and was covered by what we believe to be a Phase 7 mud glacis, f152. At the northern edge, was a badly deteriorated mudbrick structure and pot-smash which seems to be associated with pit a6. [Q910JW1.J]
K0108C01Q911Starting at the east end of the locus, we began to excavate an E-W trench 60cm wide and 200cm long through floor f148 to expose the south face of monumental wall, f11 to a depth of about 60 cm. After exposing the face, we excavated the top to expose the stone components on it. [Q911JW1.J]
K0108C01Q912As we began to excavate the narrow trench in k109 to probe for the monumental wall, f11, we extended it east to encompass all of this locus. At the end of the day we had reached the top memory stones and the first two rows of stones along the south face. [Q912JW.J]
K0108C01Q913We finished the excavation in the narrow trench to find the south face of monumental wall, f11 and the memory stones atop it. [Q913JW.J]
K0108C02Q910Tomorrow we will carefully explore the nature of the brick structure to determine its function. [Q910JW1.J]
K0108C02Q911Tomorrow we will extend the trench farther to the west and when operations with the elevator permit, extend the trench to the south until it intersects with the north face of the north baulk of k93. We must to this so that the full extent of the wall face can be seen from the observation platform. [Q911JW1.J]
K0108D20QX11m4255 [QX11JW.J]
K0108D21QX111000 cms North, 500 cms West [QX11JW.J]
K0108O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0108O01R707v0158a [RX31JW.J]
K0108O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
K0108O01R707v0163 [RX31JW.J]
K0108O01R707v0165 [RX31JW.J]
K0108O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
K0108O01R730v0166b [R730JW.J]
K0108O01R730v0166e [R730JW.J]
K0108O03R525w0017 [R525JW.J]
K0108O03R525w0021 [R525JW.J]
K0108O03R525w0022 [R525JW.J]
K0108O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
K0109B11QX11k31 plus k32 plus approximately a 150cm strip to the west that was a part of J1 but impossible for them to safely excavate because of the presence of a high east baulk. [QX11JW.J]
K0109C01Q827Continued to excavate accumulation, f182 to the south in order to follow the packed mud surface, f184 underneath. gB suggested that we should leave f184 exposed to study the relationship between the large stones, f185 to f188, and the mud surface. We began to draw the east section of k109 to speed the removal of the east baulk. We incorporated the north half of k32 into k109 in order to more fully expose the packed mud surface, f184, to the north. A relative measure of the elevations between f184 and the floor to the northeast in k22, f173, showed that the floor was 60cm higher than the packed mud at those points. [Q827JW.J]
K0109C01Q909The locus was divided into two parts, north and south. In the north, we removed accumulation, f194. Under it we found a mud glacis, f241, which was a continuation of a similar coating to the east under the packed earth floor, f173. In the south we removed four large floating limestone blocks, f184, f178, f242, and f243. We removed accumulation f240, under which was a hard packed dirt floor surface, f247. Atop this floor and possibly associated with it was an arc of large stones spanning about sixty degrees. [Q909JW.J]
K0109C01Q910After photographing the portion of floor, f247, and the arc of stones, a8, excavated yesterday, we followed the floor to the north until it intersected with the Phase 7 mud glacis, f241, in the northern quarter of the locus. After removing the stones of a8 and their pedistals, we again photographed the expanded surface of f247, then removed it. Beneath, a softer, browner natural accumulation is appearing. Removed floating stones f115 and f237 from the eastern baulk line of the locus. [Q910JW1.J]
K0109C01Q911We continued to remove f247, eventually reaching a softer, more brown accumulation, f253. We then laid out an E-W trench that was one meter wide along the probable line of the monumental wall so that we can expose the top and south face and began to excavate there. [Q911JW1.J]
K0109C01Q912We continued to dig in the narrow trench against the south face of the monumental wall, f11. Upon reaching the level of the memory stones and the first two rows of stones along the south face, we stopped. We then began removing accumulation f253, from the trench south face south to the north baulk of k94. [Q912JW.J]
K0109C01Q913We finished excavating the narrow trench to expose the monumental wall, f11, and the memory stones atop it. We then excavated to the south baulk of k109, removing the rest of accumulation, f253 and part of accumlation, f257 below. Feature 257 was filled with pebbles and rocks and had an ashy hue. Late in the morning, about one meter from the west baulk and just on the south edge of the narrow trench we found a faience pendant and several beads, i20. In the afternoon we excavated carefully in the vicinity and found other associated beads, i21, i22, i23. [Q913JW.J]
K0109C01Q914We found two more beads in the general vicinity of the pendant, i20. Continued to excavate natural accumulation, f257 between the trench at the south face of revetment wall, f11 and [Q914JW.J]
K0109D20QX11m4257 [QX11JW.J]
K0109D21QX111000 cms North, 650 cms West [QX11JW.J]
K0109O01Q909v0116 [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01Q909v0116a [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01Q916v0152 [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01Q916v0153 [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01Q916v0153a [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01R707v0158a [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01R707v0159a [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01R707v0163 [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01R707v0163a [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01R707v0163b [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01R707v0165 [RX31JW.J]
K0109O01R730v0166 [R730JW.J]
K0109O01R730v0166a [R730JW.J]
K0109O01R730v0166d [R730JW.J]
K0109O03R525w0023 [R525JW.J]
K0109O03R525w0024 [R525JW.J]
K0109O03R525w0025 [R525JW.J]
K0109O03R525w0026 [R525JW.J]
K0109O03R525w0034 [R525JW.J]
K0109O03R525w0036 [R525JW.J]
K0109O03R525w0037 [R525JW.J]
K0110C01U913After cleaning around the locus, we began to remove the baqaya glacis, f109, which coated the temple mound. At the dirction of mKB we did not collect sherds because several years of erosion had diminished their value for providing data about when they were deposited. For the following reasons we determined that the baqaya surface, f109, provided an excellent seal to the material below it.
It was contiguous over the entire locus;
It was at least 5cm thick everywhere; When picked it came off in sheets and chunks;
It was extremely hard.
Below f109 was a layer of bricky material, f346, with many of the same characteristics as f109. It was reddish with calcite nodules and it came off in sheets and chunks. In places, particularly in the eastern half, it had been eroded and replaced with an ashy layer, f347, which in turn covered what appears to be baqaya bricks laid on edge with brownish mortar. [U914JW.J***F109,_F346-FF348._EDITED_BY_JW_ON_925._TC'S_MOVED_TO_FILE_W414JW.J.]
K0110O01U913v0168 [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0168a [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0168b [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0169 [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0169a [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0169b [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0170 [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0170a [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0170b [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0171 [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0171a [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U913v0171b [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U915v0172 [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U915v0172b [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U915v0172c [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U915v0172d [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U915v0172e [V205JW.J]
K0110O01U915v0173 [V205JW.J]
P0015B11R321Plot of aggregate a7 consiting of floors, wall foundations and tannur. [R321JW3.J]
P0015O11R321a4,a7 [R321JW3.J]
P0015O12R321f3,f4,f110,f112,f117,f130,f131,f132,f169,f173,f195,f216 [R321JW3.J]
P0016B11R321Plot of aggregate a8, consisting of a crescent of large limestone blocks atop revetment wall, f11. [R321JW3.J]
P0016O11R321a8 [R321JW3.J]
P0016O12R321f185,f186,f187,f188,f248,f249 [R321JW3.J]
P0017B11R321Plot of aggregates a14 (a group of Uruk seal impressions), and a13 (a jewelry group of beads and a pendant) in relation to major elements of the excavation, including the revetment wall, f11. [R321JW3.J]
P0017O11R321a10,a13,a14 [R321JW3.J]
P0017O12R321f263 [R321JW3.J]
P0017O13R321i14,i15,i16,i17,i18,i19,i20,i21,i22,i23,i24,i25 [R321JW3.J]
P0017O14R321q328,q374 [R321JW3.J]
P0018B11R321Master Plotting Frame for the west part of unit J3 for Season 19 (20006-Q) showing all loci excavated. [R321JW3.J]
P0018O15R321k13,k21,k22,k23,k31,k32,k91,k92,k93,k94 [R321JW3.J]
P0019B11R321Daily plot for Q812-Q815 using relays r427-r506, r984-988, r2561, r2584-r2585 [R321JW3.J]
P0019O12R321f97,f98,f99,f100,f101,f102,f103,f104,f105,f106,f107,f108,f110,f113,f114,f115,f116,f118,f120,f121 [R321JW3.J]
P0019O13R321i11 [R321JW3.J]
P0020B11R321Daily Plot for Q815-Q817 using relays r507-551, 820-822 [R321JW3.J]
P0020O12R321f112,f117,f124,f130,f131,f132,f133,f134,f135 [R321JW3.J]
P0021B11R321Daily Plot for Q817 using Relays r552-r600, r2562-r2564 [R321JW3.J]
P0021O12R321f123,f136,f137,f138,f139,f140,f141,f143,f144 [R321JW3.J]
P0022B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q819,Q820 using relays r600-r663 [R321JW3.J]
P0022O12R321f127,f128,f141,f142,f145,f146,f147,f148,f149,f150,f151,f152,f153,f162,f163,f164,f165 [R321JW3.J]
P0022O13R321i12,i13 [R321JW3.J]
P0023B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q821-Q825 using relays r664-r770,r2566-r2569 [R321JW3.J]
P0023O12R321f125,f148,f154,f156,f157,f158,f159,f161,f165,f166,f167,f168,f169,f170,f173,f174,f175,f176,f177,f178,f179,f180,f181 [R321JW3.J]
P0023O14R321q225 [R321JW3.J]
P0024B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q826 using relays r771-r792, r2570,r2571 [R321JW3.J]
P0024O12R321f128,f182,f183 [R321JW3.J]
P0024O14R321q233,q234,q235 [R321JW3.J]
P0025B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q826 using relays r793-r827, r2586,r2587. Purpose was to repair earlier plots made with erroneous relays. [R321JW3.J]
P0025O12R321f101,f103,f104,f106,f117,f127,f128,f138,f140,f144,f146,f148,f167 [R321JW3.J]
P0026B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q827,Q828 using relays r827-895 [R321JW3.J]
P0026O12R321f128,f184,f185,f186,f187,f188,f189,f190,f191,f193,f194,f195,f196,f197 [R321JW3.J]
P0026O14R321q237,q239,q240,q241,q242,q245,q246,q248,q249 [R321JW3.J]
P0027B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q902-Q909 using relays r963-r999, r2000-r2076 [R321JW3.J]
P0027O12R321f154,f202,f209,f215,f216,f218,f219,f220,f221,f222,f223,f224,f225,f226,f227,f228,f232,f235,f236,f237 [R321JW3.J]
P0027O14R321q268,q269,q274,q275,q276,q280,q281,q282,q283,q284,q285,q286,q287,q288,q295,q296,q297,q298,q300,q302,q303,q304,q305 [R321JW3.J]
P0028B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q829,Q901 using relays r896-r968 [R321JW3.J]
P0028O11R321a4 [R321JW3.J]
P0028O12R321f199,f200,f201,f202,f203,f204,f205,f206,f207,f208,f210,f211,f212,f213 [R321JW3.J]
P0028O14R321q247,q255,q256,q261,q262,q263,q264 [R321JW3.J]
P0029B11R321Relay Plot for loci k91,k93,k94 using relays r989-r992, r2009,r201 [R321JW3.J]
P0029O15R321k91,k92,k93,k94 [R321JW3.J]
P0030B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q909,Q910 using relays r2077-r2136 [R321JW3.J]
P0030O11R321a8 [R321JW3.J]
P0030O12R321f241,f242,f243,f244,f245,f246,f247,f248,f249 [R321JW3.J]
P0030O14R321q308,q309,q310,q311,q313,q315,q317,q318,q319,q320 [R321JW3.J]
P0031B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q911,Q912 using relays r2137-r2205 [R321JW3.J]
P0031O12R321f250,f252,f253,f254,f255,f256,f257,f258,f261,f262,f263 [R321JW3.J]
P0031O13R321i14,i15,i16,i17,i18,i19 [R321JW3.J]
P0031O14R321q321,q322,q328,q329,q330,q331,q333,q334,q335,q336,q337,q338,q339,q357,q358,q359,q360,q361,q362 [R321JW3.J]
P0032B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q913-Q915 using relays r2190, r2206-r2268, r2577-r2580. There is another feature in k108 plotted with the wrong label f258, which is the top of a pit in k23. More than likely it is a stone in the vicinity of f265 in k108. [R321JW3.J]
P0032O12R321f257,f259,f264,f265,f266,f267,f269,f271 [R321JW3.J]
P0032O13R321i20,i21,i22,i23,i24,i25 [R321JW3.J]
P0032O14R321q356,q365,q366,q367,q368,q372,q373,q374,q375,q376,q377,q378,q381,q383,q384,q385,q386,q387,q388,q389 [R321JW3.J]
P0033B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q913-Q915 using relays r2269-r2356, r2581-2582. Includes markers m4540,m4541,m4542,m4543 surveyed as relays. [R321JW3.J]
P0033O12R321f273,f274,f275,f276,f277,f278,f279,f280,f281,f282,f283,f284,f285,f286,f287,f288,f289,f290,f291 [R321JW3.J]
P0033O14R321q390,q393,q397,q400,q401,q403,q404 [R321JW3.J]
P0034B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q927,Q928 using relays r2517-r2553 [R321JW3.J]
P0034O12R321f11,f109,f152,f241 [R321JW3.J]
P0035B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q927 using relays r2417-r2516, r2583 [R321JW3.J]
P0035O12R321f293,f294,f295,f296,f297,f298,f299,f300,f301,f302,f303,f304,f305,f306,f307,f308,f309,f310,f311,f312,f313,f314,f315,f316,f317,f318,f319,f320,f321,f322,f323,f324,f325,f326,f327 [R321JW3.J]
P0036B11R321Daily Relay Plot for Q923 using relays r2357-r2416 [R321JW3.J]
P0036O12R321f615,f616,f617,f618,f619,f620,f621,f622,f623,f624,f625,f626,f627,f628,f629,f630,f631,f632 [R321JW3.J]
P0037B11R321Plot of the individual stones of revetment wall f11. One point plotted per stone to assist in drawing them. [R321JW3.J]
P0037O12R321f11 [R321JW3.J]
P0038B11R321Plot of the individual stones of apron f10 to revetment wall f11. One point per stone plotted to assist in drawing. [R321JW3.J]
P0038O12R321f10 [R321JW3.J]
P0039B11R329Plot of a set of overlaying pit and circular arrays (a11) spanning the entire Mittani Period. [R329JW.J]
P0039O11R329a11 [R329JW.J]
P0039O12R329f11,f109,f136,f142,f149,f152,f153 [R329JW.J]
P0040B11R329Plot of a circular cluster of large limestone bocks (a9) south of revetment wall, f11. [R329JW.J]
P0040O11R329a9 [R329JW.J]
P0040O12R329f255,f256,f264,f265,f266,f267 [R329JW.J]
P0500B11R321Plot of the stones of the massive stone apron and steps in the east part of J3 [R321JW3.J]
P0500O12R321f532,f556 [R321JW3.J]
P0500O15R321k1,k2,k106,k107 [R321JW3.J]
P0501B11R321Template for drawing the stones and steps of the staircase and apronin the east part of J3 [R321JW3.J]
P0501O12R321f532,f556 [R321JW3.J]
P0502B11R321Template for drawing the apron stones in the baulk separating k1 and k2 from k11 and k12. [R321JW3.J]
P0502O12R321f615,f616,f617,f618,f619,f620,f621,f622,f623,f624,f625,f626,f627,f628,f629,f630,f631,f632 [R321JW3.J]
Q0001B11P802Field sherd analysis showed one base sherd from the Mitanni period and one fineware body sherd from the ED IIIB BA temple period. [P802JW.J]
Q0001B21Q428qi000104 [Q428JW.J]
Q0013B21Q428qi001302 [Q428JW.J]
Q0015B21Q428qi001502 [Q428JW.J]
Q0015B21Q428qi001503 [Q428JW.J]
Q0016B21Q428qi001602 [Q428JW.J]
Q0017B21Q428qi001701 [Q428JW.J]
Q0020B21T209qi002002 [T209JW.J***ORIGINALLY_PART_OF_FILE_R824JW1.J]
Q0022B21R825qi002201 [R825JW.J]
Q0026B21Q428qi002601 [Q428JW.J]
Q0029B21Q428qi002901 [Q428JW.J]
Q0031B21Q428qi003101 [Q428JW.J]
Q0034B21Q428qi003403 [Q428JW.J]
Q0034B21R825qi003403 [R825JW.J]
Q0047B21Q428qi004701 [Q428JW.J]
Q0048B21VY04qp004807 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0048-P07K05VY04Pale yellow Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0048-P07K05VY04Pale yellow Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0048-P07K06VY045Y8/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0048-P07K06VY045Y8/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0054B21VY04qp005406 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0054-P06K05VY04Pale yellow Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0054-P06K05VY04Pale yellow Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0054-P06K06VY042.5Y8/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0054-P06K06VY042.5Y8/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058B21VY04qp005802 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058B21VY04qp005804 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058B21VY04qp005805 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058B21VY04qp005806 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P02K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P02K05VY04Reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P02K06VY045YR5/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P02K06VY045YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P04K05VY04Very pale brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P04K05VY04Very pale brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P04K06VY0410YR7/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P04K06VY0410YR7/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P05K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P05K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P05K06VY042.5YR6/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P05K06VY042.5YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P06K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P06K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P06K06VY045YR6/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0058-P06K06VY045YR6/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0059B21VY04qp005908 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0059B21VY04qp005909 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0059-P08K05VY04Reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0059-P08K05VY04Reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0059-P08K06VY042.5YR5/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0059-P08K06VY042.5YR5/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0059-P09K05VY04Pink Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0059-P09K05VY04Pink Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0059-P09K06VY045YR7/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0059-P09K06VY045YR7/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0061B21Q428qi006101 [Q428JW.J]
Q0062B21VY04qp006201 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0062B21VY04qp006202 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0062-P01K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0062-P01K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0062-P01K06VY042.5YR6/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0062-P01K06VY042.5YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0062-P02K05VY04Pale yellow Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0062-P02K05VY04Pale yellow Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0062-P02K06VY042.5Y8/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0062-P02K06VY042.5Y8/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0063B21VY04qp006302 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0063-P02K05VY04Very pale brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0063-P02K05VY04Very pale brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0063-P02K06VY0410YR7/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0063-P02K06VY0410YR7/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0064B21R824qi006402 [R824JW2.J]
Q0066B21VY04qp006601 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066B21VY04qp006602 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066B21VY04qp006606 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066B21VY04qp006607 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066B21VY04qp006608 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066B21VY04qp006610 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066B21VY04qp006611 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066B21VY04qp006613 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066B21VY04qp006614 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066B21VY04qp006615 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P01K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P01K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P01K06VY042.5YR6/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P01K06VY042.5YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P02K05VY04Reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P02K05VY04Reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P02K06VY045YR5/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P02K06VY045YR5/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P06K05VY04Pink Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P06K05VY04Pink Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P06K06VY045YR7/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P06K06VY045YR7/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P07K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P07K06VY042.5YR6/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P07K06VY042.5YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P08K05VY04Light red Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P08K05VY04Light red Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P08K06VY042.5YR7/6 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P08K06VY042.5YR7/6 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P10K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P10K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P10K06VY042.5YR6/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P10K06VY042.5YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P11K05VY04Very pale brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P11K05VY04Very pale brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P11K06VY0410YR7/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P11K06VY0410YR7/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P13K05VY04Gray Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P13K05VY04Gray Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P13K06VY0410YR6/1 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P13K06VY0410YR6/1 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P14K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P14K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P14K06VY042.5YR6/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P14K06VY042.5YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P15K05VY04Pink Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P15K05VY04Pink Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P15K06VY045YR7/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0066-P15K06VY045YR7/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067B21VY04qp006701 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067B21VY04qp006703 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067B21VY04qp006704 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067B21VY04qp006705 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P01K05VY04Pale yellow Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P01K05VY04Pale yellow Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P01K06VY045Y8/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P01K06VY045Y8/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P03K05VY04Reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P03K05VY04Reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P03K06VY045YR5/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P03K06VY045YR5/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P04K05VY04Pink Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P04K05VY04Pink Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P04K06VY047.5YR7/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P04K06VY047.5YR7/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P05K05VY04Pale Yellow Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P05K05VY04Pale Yellow Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P05K06VY042.5Y8/2 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0067-P05K06VY042.5Y8/2 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0070B21Q428qi007002 [Q428JW.J]
Q0070B21Q428qi007006 [Q428JW.J]
Q0076B21Q428qi007601 [Q428JW.J]
Q0078B21Q428qi007802 [Q428JW.J]
Q0078B21R825qi007803 [R825JW.J]
Q0079B21Q428qi007902 [Q428JW.J]
Q0079B21R825qi007902 [R825JW.J]
Q0087B21Q416qi008703 [Q416JW.J]
Q0091B21VY04qp009101 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0091-P01K05VY04Light brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0091-P01K05VY04Light brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0091-P01K06VY047.5YR6/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0091-P01K06VY047.5YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21Q428qi009201 [Q428JW.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009201 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009202 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009203 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009205 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009206 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009207 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009209 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009210 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009211 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009213 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009214 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092B21VY04qp009215 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P01K05VY04Pale yellow Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P01K05VY04Pale yellow Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P01K06VY042.5Y8/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P01K06VY042.5Y8/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P02K05VY04Pink Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P02K05VY04Pink Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P02K06VY045YR7/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P02K06VY045YR7/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P03K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P03K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P03K06VY045YR6/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P03K06VY045YR6/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P05K05VY04Gray Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P05K05VY04Gray Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P05K06VY0410YR6/1 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P05K06VY0410YR6/1 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P06K05VY04Light brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P06K05VY04Light brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P06K06VY047.5YR6/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P06K06VY047.5YR6/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P07K05VY04Pink Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P07K05VY04Pink Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P07K06VY045YR7/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P07K06VY045YR7/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P09K05VY04Light gray Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P09K05VY04Pink Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P09K06VY0410YR7/2 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P09K06VY045YR7/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P10K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P10K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P10K06VY042.5YR6/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P10K06VY042.5YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P11K05VY04Pink Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P11K05VY04Pink Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P11K06VY045YR7/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P11K06VY045YR7/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P13K05VY04Light brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P13K05VY04Light brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P13K06VY047.5YR6/5 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P13K06VY047.5YR6/5 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P14K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P14K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P14K06VY042.5YR6/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P14K06VY042.5YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P15K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P15K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P15K06VY042.5YR7/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0092-P15K06VY042.5YR7/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095B21VY04qp009501 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095B21VY04qp009504 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095B21VY04qp009505 [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P01K05VY04Pale yellow Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P01K05VY04Pale yellow Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P01K06VY045Y8/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P01K06VY045Y8/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P04K05VY04Light reddish brown Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P04K05VY04Light reddish brown Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P04K06VY045YR6/4 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P04K06VY045YR6/4 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P05K05VY04Pale Yellow Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P05K05VY04Pale Yellow Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P05K06VY042.5YR8/3 Inside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0095-P05K06VY042.5YR8/3 Outside [VY04JW2.J]
Q0097A21P828p, b [P904GM3.J]
Q0097B21R825qi009701 [R825JW.J]
Q0097D01P828k103 [P904GM3.J]
Q0097D13P828m4118 (9189) + 163 (height of instrument) - -7 - 20 @bottom [P904GM3.J]
Q0097D20P828r253 [P904GM3.J]
Q0097D21P828100 cms North, 400 cms East [P904GM3.J]
Q0097D22P8289019 [P904GM3.J]
Q0097D23P8288999 [P904GM3.J]
Q0097F02P828>5si f0056 [P904GM3.J]
Q0098A21P828p, b [P904GM3.J]
Q0098D01P828k104 [P904GM3.J]
Q0098D13P828m4176 (9065) + 163 (height of instrument) - 77 - 28 @bottom [P904GM3.J]
Q0098D20P828r254 [P904GM3.J]
Q0098D21P828200 cms South, 200 cms West [P904GM3.J]
Q0098D22P8288979 [P904GM3.J]
Q0098D23P8288951 [P904GM3.J]
Q0098F02P828>5si f0059 [P904GM3.J]
Q0099A21P828p [P904GM3.J]
Q0099D01P828k103 [P904GM3.J]
Q0099D13P828m4118 (9189) + 163 (height of instrument) - 25 - 30 @bottom [P904GM3.J]
Q0099D20P828r255 [P904GM3.J]
Q0099D21P828300 cms South, 400 cms East [P904GM3.J]
Q0099D22P8289051 [P904GM3.J]
Q0099D23P8289021 [P904GM3.J]
Q0099F02P828>5si f0056 [P904GM3.J]
Q0100A21P828hb, i [P904GM3.J]
Q0100D01P828k104 [P904GM3.J]
Q0100D13P828m4176 (9065) + 163 (height of instrument) - 49 [P904GM3.J]
Q0100D20P828r257 [P904GM3.J]
Q0100D21P828200 cms South, 100 cms East [P904GM3.J]
Q0100D22P8288951 [P904GM3.J]
Q0100F02P828>5si f0060 [P904GM3.J]
Q0103B21Q428qi010301 [Q428JW.J]
Q0105B21P831qi010501 [P904GM4.J]
Q0105B21P831qi010501 [P904GM7.J]
Q0106B21P831qi010601 [P904GM4.J]
Q0106B21P831qi010601 [P904GM7.J]
Q0107B21P831qi010701 [P904GM4.J]
Q0107B21P831qi010701 [P904GM7.J]
Q0108B21P831qi010801 [P904GM4.J]
Q0108B21P831qi010801 [P904GM7.J]
Q0109B21P901qi010901 [P904GM4.J]
Q0109B21P901qi010902 [P904GM4.J]
Q0109B21Q428qi010902 [Q428JW.J]
Q0109B21R825qi010902 [R825JW.J]
Q0110B21P901qi011001 [P904GM4.J]
Q0111B21P901qi011101 [P904GM4.J]
Q0111B21P901qi011102 [P904GM4.J]
Q0111B21P901qi011103 [P904GM4.J]
Q0111B21P901qi011104 [P904GM4.J]
Q0112B21P901qi011201 [P904GM4.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011901 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011902 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011904 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011905 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011906 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011907 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011908 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011912 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011915 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011917 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011918 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119B21VY03qp011920 [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P01K05VY03Pale yellow Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P01K05VY03Pale yellow Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P01K06VY035Y8/4 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P01K06VY035Y8/4 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P02K05VY03Very pale brown Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P02K05VY03Very pale brown Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P02K06VY0310YR7/3 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P02K06VY0310YR7/3 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P04K05VY03Very pale yellow Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P04K05VY03Very pale yellow Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P04K06VY035YR7/3 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P04K06VY035YR7/3 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P05K05VY03Reddish yellow Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P05K05VY03Reddish yellow Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P05K06VY035YR7/6 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P05K06VY035YR7/6 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P06K05VY03Pale yellow Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P06K05VY03Pale yellow Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P06K06VY035Y8/3 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P06K06VY035Y8/3 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P07K05VY03Very pale brown Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P07K05VY03Very pale brown Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P07K06VY0310YR7/3 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P07K06VY0310YR7/3 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P08K05VY03Light brown Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P08K05VY03Light brown Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P08K06VY037.5YR6/4 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P08K06VY037.5YR6/4 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P12K05VY03Pale yellow Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P12K05VY03Pale yellow Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P12K06VY032.5Y8/3 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P12K06VY032.5Y8/3 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P15K05VY03Light brown Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P15K05VY03Light brown Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P15K06VY037.5YR6/4 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P15K06VY037.5YR6/4 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P17K05VY03Light reddish brown Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P17K05VY03Light reddish brown Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P17K06VY035YR7/4 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P17K06VY035YR7/4 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P18K05VY03Light gray Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P18K05VY03Light gray Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P18K06VY032.5Y7/1 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P18K06VY032.5Y7/1 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P20K05VY03Pale yellow Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P20K05VY03Pale yellow Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P20K06VY035Y8/2 Inside [VY03JW.J]
Q0119-P20K06VY035Y8/2 Outside [VY03JW.J]
Q0121B21Q416qi012101 [Q416JW.J]
Q0123B21Q416qi012304 [Q416JW.J]
Q0125B21Q416qi012501 [Q416JW.J]
Q0130B21Q416qi013001 [Q416JW.J]
Q0130B21Q416qi013002 [Q416JW.J]
Q0130B21Q428qi013001 [Q428JW.J]
Q0138B21R825qi013801 [R825JW.J]
Q0141A21P907p [P918JW1.J]
Q0141D01P907k12 [P918JW1.J]
Q0141D20P907One meter strip along S side of W baulk [P918JW1.J]
Q0141F02P907>5si f0038 [P918JW1.J]
Q0142A21P907p [P918JW1.J]
Q0142D01P907k12 [P918JW1.J]
Q0142D20P907One meter strip along S side of W baulk [P918JW1.J]
Q0142F02P907>5si f0038 [P918JW1.J]
Q0143A21P907i [P918JW1.J]
Q0143B21P907qi014301 [P918JW.J]
Q0143B21P907qi014302 [P918JW.J]
Q0143B21Q416qi014301 [Q416JW.J]
Q0143B21Q416qi014302 [Q416JW.J]
Q0143B21R825qi014301 [R825JW.J]
Q0143B21R825qi014301 [R825JW2.J]
Q0143D01P907k103 [P918JW1.J]
Q0143D20P907In E baulk [P918JW1.J]
Q0143F02P907>5si f0063 [P918JW1.J]
Q0144A21P908i [P918JW1.J]
Q0144A21Q820p,b [QX02JW.J]
Q0144B21P907qi014401 [P918JW.J]
Q0144B21P907qi014402 [P918JW.J]
Q0144B21Q416qi014401 [Q416JW.J]
Q0144B21Q416qi014402 [Q416JW.J]
Q0144D01P908k105 [P918JW1.J]
Q0144D01Q820k23 [QX02JW.J]
Q0144D13Q820m4012 (9380) + 154 (height of instrument) - 23 - 10 @bottom [QX02JW.J]
Q0144D22Q8209249 [QX02JW.J]
Q0144D23Q8209239 [QX02JW.J]
Q0144F02P908>5si f0080 [P918JW1.J]
Q0144F02Q820>5si f0151 [QX02JW.J]
Q0145A21P908i [P918JW1.J]
Q0145B21P907qi014501 [P918JW.J]
Q0145B21Q416qi014501 [Q416JW.J]
Q0145D01P908k12 [P918JW1.J]
Q0145F02P908>5si f0050 [P918JW1.J]
Q0156A21Q814p,b [QX02JW.J]
Q0156D01Q814k13 [QX02JW.J]
Q0156D13Q814m3933 (9380) + 160 (height of instrument) - 69 - 31 @bottom [QX02JW.J]
Q0156D20Q814r468 [QX02JW.J]
Q0156D21Q814300 cms South, 400 cms East [QX02JW.J]
Q0156D22Q8149289 [QX02JW.J]
Q0156D23Q8149258 [QX02JW.J]
Q0156F02Q814>5si f0107 [QX02JW.J]
Q0165B21R824qi016501 [R824JW2.J]
Q0183A21Q817p,b [QX02JW.J]
Q0183D01Q817k23 [QX02JW.J]
Q0183D13Q817m4005 (9310) + 156 (height of instrument) - 151 - 10 @bottom [QX02JW.J]
Q0183D22Q817