Final Summary Introduction
Work in T-27 during 1988 continued throughout meters Ã¤-H/68-70. These meters compromise the existing slope contiguous to the south flank of the southeast building. Of primary importance was the excavation of meters Ã¤- Ã¥/68-70 since these meters directly adjoined the preserved floor of the southeast building. Their excavation provided the first profile view of the soil beneath the floor level of the building. It is also reasonable to hypothesize that the material discovered in meters Ã¤- Ã¥/68-70 may be representative of material deposited below the floor itself.
Because of the importance of meters Ã¤- Ã¥/68-70, the material recovered in their excavation will be treated seperately.
Therefore the summary will be divided as follows. All material discovered in the meters south of Ã¤- Ã¥ /68-70 (A-H/68-70) will be discussed and stored together. However, the material from Ã¤- Ã¥/68-70 will be summarized seperately and placed in a seperate representative pottery box.
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