Conflated Pottery Summary
Conflated Pottery Summary T28S 2001
The fourteen loci, when conflated, group into five soil types. The first soi\xf2 type is represented bylocus one, the second by locus two, the third bey loci three and seven, the fourth be loci eight, nine, ten, twelve, thirteen and fourteen, and the fifth by locus eleven. Further locus discussion is found on page 137.
locus 1- coarseware 1(1r), 6%
impasto 13(1r,1b), 72%
italo-corinthian 4(1r,1b), 22%
total- 18 (3r,2b)
locus 2- coarseware 2(1b), 10%
impasto 18(5r,2h) 90%
loci 3 and 7- coarseware 5(1r), 10%
impasto 45(6r,1h,1b), 90%
loci 8,9,10,12,23,14- coarseware 3(2r,1b), 3%
impasto 82(13r,2h,3b), 96%
orangeware 1, 1%
total- 84(15r, 2h, 4b)
loci 4,5,6 and baulk- impasto 44(8r,3h, 2b) 98%
orangeware 1(1r), 2%
locus 11- no material
total sherds divided by conflated loci and percent
locus 1- 18(3r,2b), 8%
locus 2- 20(5r,2h,1b), 23%
loci 8,9,10,12,13,14- 86(15r,2h,4b), 39%
locus 11- 0,0
loci 4,5,6and baulk- 45(9r,3h,2b), 21%
total- 219 (39r,8h,10b), 26% of material is diagnostic.
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