|Legacy Database LocusID||1384|
|Legacy Database TBTID||422|
|Description||Locus 9 is below and adjacent to Locus 8 in the 1x5 meter extension. This locus was created around a tile packing originally discovered in Locus 8. After the tile packing was removed and stones discovered underneath, the locus was extended to the entire 1x5 meter extension. The soil is dark-brown and clay-like. The tile packing starts 0.6 m from the western baulk wall to the end of the original locus, approximately 2.5 m from the western baulk wall. This tile packing was to the south of a tile packing found in the Vescovado Trench 7: Locus 7 Materials were found in the entire trench except the southwest corner. In the southwest corner of the locus the soil is yellow and granular modeled with chalky, white soil inclusions. It was apparent that the southwest corner was decaying stone and similar to Locus 3.|
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