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|Object Type||Organic (ecofact)|
|Object Type (notes)||Canis Lupus Mandible Fragments|
Large Fragment: Max. Pres. Length 0.169 m, Nax. Pres. Height (through fang) 0.047 m, Max. Pres. Thickness 0.015 m
Associated Fragment 1: Max. Pres. Dimensions 0.051 x 0.041 x 0.014 m
Associated Fragment 2: Max. Pres. Dimensions 0.052 x 0.051 x 0.011 m
Associated Fragment 3 (tooth): Max. Pres. Dimensions 0.018 x 0.012 x 0.009 m
Four fragments preserve portions of the left and right mandibles of a canis lupus. The left is a nearly complete mandible with canine and P1-M2 [M3 and coronoid process are missing]. The right is preserved in three fragments which do not join, one horizontal camus fragment with P4-M1, one M2 fragment, and an angle fragment (posterior portion of camus).
Additional measurements: P4 length 0.0157 m, M1 length 0.028 m, M2 length 0.012 m
|Legacy Database Artifact ID||19720523|
Bone fragments identified by Sarah Kansa in 2012 and catalogued for inclusion as reference material. Zooarcheological analysis #PC_02621. -trh 26/7/12
The large fragment was recovered from T19 and the additional three came from T18.
|Catalog ID Note||19720523|
|Conservation Treatment Notes||drybrushed; removed soil w/ cocktail stick, dental pick; brushed w/ 50:50 alcohol:tap water; left overnight in unsealed plastic to dry slowly; cleaned break edges w/ scalpel; adhered w/ 50% Acryloid B-72|
|Conservation Treatment Date||2012-07-26|
|Conservation Treatment Year||2012|
|Conservation People||Steven Miller|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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