|Legacy Database LocusID||573|
|Legacy Database TBTID||289|
|Munsell Color||2.5Y 7/3 pale yellow|
|Description||Locus 7, like Locus 5, consists of redeposited galestra. Locus 7 was opened throughout the entire trench, including the eastern extension, after the removal of the T-23 backfill (Locus 6). Like Loci 3 and 5, Locus 7 was characterized by a gray, flaky, galestra-like soil which should be associated with the post-archaic-building destruction of the site. Locus 7 was a shallow locus, averaging a depth of only approximately 6cm. Thus, the total depth of the stratum composed of redeposited galestra (Loci 3, 4, 5, and 7) was approximately 60cm thick in T-48. Despite the shallowness of this locus, Locus 7 yielded a fair amount of material; 4.5 bowls of tile and plaster, 133 sherds of pottery, 27pieces of bone, and 2 bronze fragments were found in Locus 7.|
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