|Legacy Database LocusID||1385|
|Legacy Database TBTID||422|
|Description||Locus 10 lies below Locus 9 and adjacent to Locus 11 in the 1x5 meter extension, from the western baulk wall to approximately 1 and a half meters east. The locus was separated because it consisted of mostly yellow granular soil modeled with chalky white inclusions of soil. It contained no stones and only in the northeastern corner of the locus was there found any materials, all within a dark brown, clay-like soil. The dark brown soil was like that of Locus 9.|
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