|Legacy Database LocusID||415|
|Legacy Database TBTID||282|
|Munsell Color||2.5Y 3/3 dark olive brown|
|Description||Locus 9 is located predominately in the southwestern quarter of the trench and is comprised of the architectural elements of the feature (Loci 7 and 8). Locus 9 includes flat-lying, mortared terracotta roofing tiles located roughly in the center of the trench, four cut stones, two of which may be in line with the mortared tiles while the other two seem to run in a line perpendicular with the mortared tiles, and a mortar-like feature running along the southern baulk wall and a second strip extending north. Locus 9 was not actually excavated, it was merely exposed, and so no materials have been recovered from this locus.|
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