|Legacy Database LocusID||1240|
|Legacy Database TBTID||402|
|Description||Locus 5 lies in the western half of the trench and the south-east meter, below Locus 4. It borders Locus 2, however, Locus 2 was incorporated into Locus 5 on July 18th. From this point Locus 5 comprised the entire northern half of the trench. The soil in Locus is a medium to olive-brown. It includes decaying rock, small (less than 10cm in size) to medium (less than 20cm in size) sized rocks, and many roots. In the middle of the western part of the trench in Locus 5 there are some medium sized rocks and a small stump. Around 30 sherds of pottery and half a bowl of tile were excavated. Locus 5 lies above Locus 8.|
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