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DT Death Pit Human Bones

Title
DT Death Pit Human Bones
Number of Fields
240
Number of Rows
2976
Description

This table documents human skeletal remains from the "Death Pit", a complex burial excavated at Domuztepe between 1997 and 2003. This pit measured more than 3m in diameter and was about 1.5m deep. It contained layers of dis-articulated human and animal bones, broken pottery and other finds.

The bones in this table have been described using a recording system documented here: https://opencontext.org/media/D5C21D60-F93A-448B-E29E-07C2D6F68922

Additional Context

The following publication provides additional context and description for the Death Pit feature and its human and animal remains:

Sarah Whitcher Kansa, Suellen C. Gauld, Stuart Campbell and Elizabeth Carter

2009
Whose Bones are those? Preliminary Comparative Analysis of Fragmented Human and Animal Bones in the “Death Pit” at Domuztepe, a Late Neolithic Settlement in Southeastern Turkey. Anthropozoologica 44(1):159-172. 2009



Source Project
Domuztepe Excavations (2976)

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Suellen Gauld. "DT Death Pit Human Bones". (2011) From Domuztepe Excavations. Edited or directed by: Stuart Campbell, Elizabeth Carter. Released: 2011-05-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/tables/ea38676280bea252a5eff40f21de748f>

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Sample Records (1 – 100 of 2976 Total Rows)

URI Label Project Project URI Item Category Last Updated Authorship Latitude (WGS-84) Longitude (WGS-84) Geospatial note Early Date (BCE/CE) Late Date (BCE/CE) Context URI Context (1) Context (2) Context (3) Context (4) Has physiological sex determination :: female organism [Has] Has physiological sex determination :: male organism [Has] Has Biological Taxonomy [URI]
Has Biological Taxonomy [Label]
Phase
Side
Sex
Peeling
Recovery Year
Context
Body Section 1
Body Section 2
Skeletal Element
Age Category
NISP
Element Size
Rep. Proximal Epiphysis (Long Bones)
Rep. Proximal Metaphysis (Long Bones)
Rep. Shaft (Long Bones)
Rep. Distal Metaphysis (Long Bones)
Rep. Distal Epiphysis (Long Bones)
Shaft Circumference (Long Bones)
Specimen Length (Long Bones) (mm)
#ancient, #modern Fracture Edges (Long Bones)
Surface Exposure/ Readability
Matrix Adhesion
Surface Degradation Stage
Surface Degradation Type
Surface Degradation Extent
Degredation Association W/ Thermal Exposure
Epiphysis Corttical Color
Epiphysis Cancellous Color
Metaphysis Cortical Color
Metaphysis Fracture Edge Color
Metaphysis Medullary Color
Shaft Cortical Color
Shaft Fracture Edge Color
Shaft Medullary Color
End Polish
Non End Polish
Tooth Mark Type: Location
Has note Standard
Cutmark Location
Cutmark #
Cutmark Type
Principle Author / Analyst
MNE
MNI
NISP (human)
Taxon
Shaft circumference
Element 1 (human)
Fragment Size
Sex (human)
Human Bone ID
Fragment Length (mm)
Age Category (human)
Element Portion
Side (human)
Observer
Associations W/ Other Phases
Specimen Association
Min Age
Max Age
Age Range (text Notes)
Associated with
Loadpoint #
Loadpoint Type
Loadpoint Location
Opposing Loadpoint #
Opposing Loadpoint Type
Depressed Fractures
Radiating Fracture Lines (rf)
Concentric Fractures W/ Incipient/attached Flakes (cf)
Negative Flake Scar (fs)
Cortical Flake Scar (fs)
Diverging Fracture Lines
Lateral Stress Features
Notch Type
Notch Length (mm)
Notch Depth (mm)
Notch Truncation
Flake Scar Width (mm)
Flake Scar Lngth (mm)
Age Max (human)
Age Min (human)
Age Note (human)
Proximal End Edge
Prox. End Edge Pattern
Distal End Edge
Distal End Edge Pattern
Rib: Head, Neck, Tubercle (pxep)
Rib: Tubercle -angle (vert Shaft)
Rib: Angle-sternal End (sternal Shaft)
Rib: Sternal Ep (dsep)
Conchoidal Scars
Exterior Color
Exfoliation
Interior Color
Attached Flakes
Vertebra: Spine
Vertebra: Left Arch
Vert: Right Arch
Vert: Right Superior Articular Facet
Vert: Right Inferior Articular Facet
Vert: Left Superior Articular Facet
Vert: Left Inferior Articular Facet
Vert: Transverse Process
Vert: Body
Vert: Dens
Vert: Indet
Irregular Bones: Color/extent
Loadpoint #
link
Burning
Cutmarks
Opposing Loadpoint #
Specimen Conjoin/articulation
Cranium: Pre-conjoin Completeness
Cranium: Post Conjoin Completeness
Frontal: Right Supraorbital Torus
Frontal: Left Supraorbital Torus
Frontal: Glabella
Frontal: Squama
Frontal: Temporal Lines
Right Parietal: Superior Squama
Right Parietal: Temporal Line
Right Parietal: Inferior Squama
Right Parietal Boss
Left Parietal: Superior Squama
Left Parietal: Temporal Line
Left Parietal: Inferior Squama
Left Parietal Boss
Right Temporal Squama
Right Zygomatic Arch
Right Temporal Eam
Right Temporal Mastoid
Right Temporal Petrosal
Right Temporal Glenoid
Occipital: Lambda, Sup Planum
Occipital: Inion
Occipital: Inf Planum
Occipital: Basioccipital
Occipital: Foramen Magnum
Right Maxilla: Body
Right Maxilla: Dental Arcade I-c
Right Maxilla: Dental Arcade P3-m3
Sphenoid
Right Nasal
Left Nasal
Right Zygomatic
Left Zygomatic
Right Palatine
Left Palatine
Ethmoid
Right Lacrimal
Left Lacrimal
Conjoins or articulates with
Cranium: Arcuate Impact Zone (az)
Cranium: Bft Associated Percussion Marks (pm)
Cranium: Vault Release (vr)
Cranium: Associated Concentric Frags (ac)
Fractures
Edge Percussion
Element 2 (human)
Element 4 (human)
Element 3 (human)
Surface Percussion
Weathering
Acetabulum
Illium: Blade/fossa
Ilium : Superior and Inferior Iliac Crest
Ilium: Auricular Area
Ilium: Sciatic Notch Apex
Ilium: Int. Arcate Line Area
Ischial Pubic Ramus
Pubis: Symphysis
Pubis: Iliopubic Ramus
Surface Crushing
EdgeChopmark
Edge Chrushing
Scapula: Glenoid Fossa
Scapula: Axillary Border
Scapula: Acromion
Scapula: Spinoglenoid Ntch
Scapula: Corocoid Process
Scapula: Corocoid Notch
Scapula: Spine
Scapula: Body
Scapula: Vertebral Border
Scapula: Inf. Angle
Vault: Indeterminate Squama
Left Temporal Squama
Left Zygomatic Arch
Left Temporal Eam
Left Temporal Mastoid
Left Temporal Petrosal
Left Temporal Glenoid
Left Maxilla: Body
Left Maxilla: Dental Arcade I-c
Left Maxilla: Dental Arcade P3-m3
Cutmark #
Surf. Abrasion/Scratches
Mandible: Right Condyle
Mandible: Right Ascending Ramus
Mandible: Right Body
Mandible: Symphysis
Mandible: Left Condyle
Mandible: Left Ascending Ramus
Mandible: Left Body
Edge CHECK
Sacrum: Promontory
Sacrum: Ala/auricular Area
Sacrum: Dorsal Wall
Polish
Surface Chopmark
Bone Thickness
Blunt Force Trauma
VTL REL Check
Sutural Bones
3rd Molar Agenesis
Anterior Alveolar Damage
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20563_DT_Spatial 1719.0.6 Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/880_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1719 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 6 un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1997.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 59.0 4 , 1 50-75% absent Degradation Stage 1: mild-moderate surface deterioration Split lines/checking localized Surficial damage associated with thermal exposure not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled brownish purple; Localized Mottled dark red brown; Localized Mottled medium red brown; Localized absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1719/0.6 59.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Irregular Modern Perpendicular
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20564_DT_Spatial 1938.0.1e Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 85.0 8, 0 50-75% localized No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled dark red brown; Localized Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.1e 85.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Irregular Ancient Everted-V Present Distal end
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20565_DT_Spatial 1938.0.5g Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent; Present 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 64.0 5 , 1 50-75% generalized (over entire surface) Degradation Stage 1: mild-moderate surface deterioration Split lines/checking; Exfoliation/cancellous bone exposure localized Surficial damage associated with thermal exposure not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled dark red brown; Localized Mottled brownish purple; Localized Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) present absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.5g 64.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient / Modern Spiral Ancient Spiral Present
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20566_DT_Spatial 1938.0.5k Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 50.0 6, 0 25-50% generalized (over entire surface) No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Light red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.5k 50.0 NA u Suellen Gauld 1.0 Percussion striae Indeterminate Shaft 0.0 not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Modern Perpendicular Ancient Spiral
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20567_DT_Spatial 1938.0.13b Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 67.0 5 , 1 75-99% absent No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled medium red brown; Localized Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.13b 67.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Spiral Modern Perpendicular Present
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20568_DT_Spatial 1938.0.22 Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent; Proximal end 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 76.0 4 , 1 25-50% generalized (over entire surface) Degradation Stage 1: mild-moderate surface deterioration Exfoliation/cancellous bone exposure localized Surficial damage associated with thermal exposure not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled brownish purple; Localized Mottled brownish purple; Localized Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.22 76.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Perpendicular Ancient Everted-V Present Charred
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20569_DT_Spatial 1938.0.23 Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 77.0 6, 0 50-75% generalized (over entire surface) Degradation Stage 1: mild-moderate surface deterioration Split lines/checking Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Surficial damage associated with thermal exposure not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled dark red brown; Localized Light red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Light red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.23 77.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Everted-V Ancient Everted-V
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20570_DT_Spatial 1938.0.25 Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 72.0 7 , 3 25-50% localized No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled brownish purple; Localized Black-calcined; Localized Mottled dark red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.25 72.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient / Modern Everted-V Ancient Irregular Charred Distal end Present
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20571_DT_Spatial 1938.0.26 Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb hindlimb femur adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 68.0 8, 0 50-75% generalized (over entire surface) Degradation Stage 1: mild-moderate surface deterioration Deep Crack Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Surficial damage associated with thermal exposure not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled dark red brown; Localized Light red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Light red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.26 NA u Suellen Gauld
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20573_DT_Spatial 1938.0.35 Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 40.0 5, 0 25-50% absent Degradation Stage 2: severe surface deterioration Split lines/checking; Exfoliation/cancellous bone exposure Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) could not be determined not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable could not be determined could not be determined could not be determined absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.35 40.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Irregular Ancient Everted-V Present Present
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20574_DT_Spatial 1938.0.36 Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 40.0 4, 0 25-50% absent Degradation Stage 1: mild-moderate surface deterioration Split lines/checking; Exfoliation/cancellous bone exposure Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Surficial damage associated with thermal exposure not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled brownish purple; Localized could not be determined Light red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.36 NA u Suellen Gauld
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20575_DT_Spatial 1938.0.37 Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 26.0 5 , 1 25-50% localized No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) could not be determined absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/0.37 26.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Perpendicular Modern Perpendicular Present
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20577_DT_Spatial 1938.flt l Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1040_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1938 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 56.0 5 , 1 50-75% generalized (over entire surface) No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled brownish purple; Localized could not be determined Mottled dark red brown; Localized absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1938/flt l 56.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Everted-V Ancient Perpendicular
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20578_DT_Spatial 1939.0.18h Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1041_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1939 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 68.0 5 , 1 50-75% generalized (over entire surface) No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled brownish purple; Localized Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled dark red brown; Localized absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods Indeterminate Shaft 1.0 Slice; Full/perfect expression Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1939/0.18h 68.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Spiral Ancient / Modern Irregular Present
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20579_DT_Spatial 1939.0.18m Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1041_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1939 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 63.0 6, 0 50-75% generalized (over entire surface) No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled dark red brown; Localized Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1939/0.18m 63.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Irregular Ancient Everted-V
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20580_DT_Spatial 1939.0.18n Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1041_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1939 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 70.0 4, 0 50-75% generalized (over entire surface) No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled dark red brown; Localized Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled dark red brown; Localized absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1939/0.18n 70.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Spiral Ancient Perpendicular
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20581_DT_Spatial 1939.0.18p Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1041_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1939 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 52.0 7, 0 75-99% absent No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Light red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1939/0.18p 52.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Irregular Ancient Everted-V
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20582_DT_Spatial 1939.0.18z Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1041_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1939 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 54.0 4, 0 25-50% absent No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled dark red brown; Localized Mottled dark red brown; Localized absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1939/0.18z 54.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient Irregular Ancient Everted-V mb Scorched Present
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20583_DT_Spatial 1939.0.18aa Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1041_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1939 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 65.0 8, 0 50-75% generalized (over entire surface) No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) Mottled medium red brown; Generalized (over large areas or entire surface) absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1939/0.18aa 65.0 NA u Suellen Gauld 1.0 Percussion pit and striae; Percussion w/ fracture features Indeterminate Shaft 0.0 not available/not applicable No depressed fractures absent absent Single flake scar absent absent absent absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Ancient Irregular Ancient Everted-V Present
http://opencontext.org/subjects/20584_DT_Spatial 1939.0.18ac Domuztepe Excavations http://opencontext.org/projects/3 Human Bone 2014-07-23 Suellen Gauld 37.330001831055 37.043998718262 Best available location data -6500 -5500 http://opencontext.org/subjects/1041_DT_Spatial Turkey Domuztepe I Lot 1939 http://eol.org/pages/327955 Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 5A un-sided sex could not be determined absent; Proximal end 1998.0 Death Pit limb long bone shaft fragment indeterminate humerus, femur, or tibia fragment adolescent or adult of indeterminate age 1.0 less than 25% of a complete element present absent absent present absent absent less than 50% complete 52.0 4, 0 50-75% generalized (over entire surface) No evidence of bone surface degradation due to weathering or thermal exposure Absent not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable not available/not applicable Mottled medium red brown; Localized Mottled medium red brown; Localized Mottled medium red brown; Localized absent absent absent Human bone specimen have identifiers of a sequence of 2-3 numbers separated by periods (Lot #.Specimen #.Further identifier. Note 1: specimen numbers starting with -0- are lab generated numbers for specimens collected in large bone bags; the number of additional specimen identifiers is related to number of specimens in recovery bags Human Bone Death Pit Coding Methods not available/not applicable 0.0 absent Suellen Gauld; Suellen Gauld 1.0 Homo sapiens Category 1 NA 1939/0.18ac 52.0 NA u Suellen Gauld Ancient