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Bone Summary

Bone Summary

Pieces per Locus

Locus 1 - 0

Locus 2 - 2

Locus 3 - 54

Locus 4 - 1

Locus 5 - 0

LOcus 6 - 14

Locus 7 - 0

Locus 8 - 2

Locus 9 - 0

Locus 10 - 0

Locus 11 - 17

Locus 12 - 24

Locus 13 - 4

Locus 14 - 6

Locus 15 - 2

Locus 16 -. 4

Locus 17 - 15

Locus 18 - 22

Locus 19 - 7

Locus 20 - 31

Locus 21 - 19

Locus 22 - 56

Locus 23 - 2

Locus 24 - 0

Baulk - 4

Total - 286

A small amount of bone was recovered from SF-2 during the 2008 season. The highest concentration of bone came from loci 3 (the orientalizing scrape layer) and 22 which was a stratum associated with the archaic wall. None of the bone recovered was catalogued and all of it except that which came from top soil or backfill was ancient.

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Suggested Citation

Kelly M. Hepp, Christopher B. O Connor. "KMH/CO I (2008-07-27):127-128; Bone Summary from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro South Flank/Tesoro South Flank 2/2008, ID:600". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/7d048b90-3d06-4abe-8ebc-38243ea5efae>

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