|Legacy Database LocusID||410|
|Legacy Database TBTID||282|
|Munsell Color||2.5Y 4/4 olive brown|
|Description||Locus 4 was the approximate square meter in the northwest quarter of the trench which contained a tile spread or deposition. The soil in which the tiles were deposited was similar to the soil of Locus 2, as it was an olive brown color and claylike, however it was slightly more mottled and redder, probably due to the high concentration of tiles in this locus. The tiles themselves were often fairly large fragments, often preserving large segments of the tiles, and some preserved either curved impressions or finger impressions. Although there was a high concentration of tiles, very little ceramics were recovered from this locus; only 38 pottery sherds were found, and there was only 1 piece of bone uncovered. Due to the presence of the tiles within Locus 2, it seems likely that Locus 4 is also some sort of fill, deposited here in the 1980s.|
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