At the beginning of the 2005 season, T-44 ARN II (ARN II pg.15 ) discovered a linear grouping of small/medium (3-10 cm) stones, one large fieldstone, and terracotta inclusions which were found running SW to NE in the SE corner of the trench.
A profile of these stones is visible in the baulk of JPB I T-40 B in the SW corner of the trench excavated in the 2004 season. However if the rock formation did continue through JPB I it seems likely that it would have been disturbed by an extensive root system. (Note: JPB I pg. 29)
In light of this, trenches A-D are being opened to:
1) Investigate the extent of the rock formation found in T-44.
2) To determine the date, context, and function of the rock formation should it in fact continue.
3) To better understand the slope and stratigraphy of the area.
T-44 C is located south of the rock formation found in T-44. * See
The absolute elevation point is set as 24.46 m
The coordinates are set as 198.5 E/ 95.5 S; 201.5 E/ 95.5 S; 198.5 E/98.5 S; 201.5 E/98.5 S.
The bowls are 25 cm across and 6 cm deep.
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