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Stratigraphic Summary

Stratigraphic summary

Since excavation was limited to only 3 meters and cleaning in others, very little information regarding the stratigraphiy of this area can be provided. However, it should be noted that the area of medium brown soil, sedcribed in detail on p. 37 of this book, was identical to that uncovered last year. This is the soil which produced practically all of the amterial found in CA-36. The large flat stones encountered in the N7,E1 and N7,W1 meters seem to delimit the furthest extent of this soil, and thus, material associated with this feature. Below this medium brown soil with carbon flakes was the mainly sterile yellow soil (only one fragment of pottery was found within this soil). The large flat stones rested in and on this yellow soil.

For a more detailed description of the stratigraphy of this area, see page 37 of this book.

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Tony Tuck. "TT IV (1994-08-05):114-115; Stratigraphic Summary from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate B/Civitate B 29/1993, ID:401". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/6efdcc68-22d4-460c-ba3f-20e198a497d7>

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