|Legacy Database LocusID||970|
|Legacy Database TBTID||366|
|Description||Locus 6 was olive green and brown in color and claylike in texture. Ample organic matter remained in this locus. This material was entirely roots from the two trees within the southern meter; the superficial plant/weed roots of locus 4 were removed with the humous layer. Few rocks were present in this locus, though they were considerably small. Pottery increased considerably from locus 4 to locus 6, though a still relatively small amount was present (36 pieces). Additionally, dateable archaic material, a frieze plaque fragment, (20110067) was found in this locus. Locus 6 was conflated with Locus 2 and Locus 7.|
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