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Bone Summary

Bone Summary

Locus

Bone Total

%

1

0

0%

2

0

0%

3

8

1.4%

4

12

2.1%

5

0

0%

6

14

2.41%

7

51

8.91%

8

2

0.35%

9

3

0.52%

10

56

9.65%

11

1

0.02%

12

51

8.9%

13

95

16.4%

14

74

12.76%

15

0

0%

16

56

9.65%

17

94

16.05%

Baulk Trim

63

10.9%

Total: 581

SF-4 yielded a fair amount of bone this season, although relatively less than the amount of ceramics that was recovered. All of the bone found in SF-4 was animal bone, most likely belonging to sheep and cinghiale.

Certain loci contained very small quantities of bone, including 1, 8, 9, 11 and 15. Most of the bone recovered from SF-4 was concentrated in loci 13, 14, 16 and 17.

Loci 13 and 17 produced the majority of bone this season (16.4% and 16.05% respectively). Although a large quantity of bone was found here, only one piece of bone showed any evidence of working or butchering (20080182). The remaining pieces of bone did not preserve any cut marks.

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Suggested Citation

Alisa M. Augenstein, Dustin B. Brownell. "AMA/DBB I (2008-08-02):199-202; Bone Summary from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro South Flank/Tesoro South Flank 4/2008, ID:602". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/0dc3c64b-45fa-4c21-ae7f-3f2a8be5a8cb>

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