|Area: Bach |
|Dug in Year: 1997 |
|Feature Type: molding/plaster/curtain wall |
|Location: in the 2 x 2 square labeled unit 2233 |
|Grid X: 1054.36 Grid Y: 1187.4|
|White plaster feature. It may be a collapsed molding or a curtain wall. It consists of a wall-like plaster (1-2.5-5 cm thickness at various locations). It is not certain how deep the plaster extents into the ground. The exposed hight varies from 12-34 cm at various places. The plaster has many replasterings and on its exposed surface (towards west) it has a fine layer of blasck colour which is most likely soot. |
There were 3 scapulae found in assoiciation with the feature. There is a collapsed relief on top of it which partially covers the central part of the wall-like plaster. The "relief" is facing downwards and a bit of its exposed surface has a nice and smooth surface.
The feature may be a curtain wall, mentioned by Melaart but not extensivelly. Further excavation will show if it is attached to a platform or to a floor.
|In situ Conservation: Yes |
|Lifted: No |
|Number of Related Diary Entries: 0|
|Conservation Recorded: No|
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|No. Of Units in this Feature: 3 (Click here to view unit list)|