|Neonatal burial in SP 309. Earliest of a sequence of burials in this corner. Was initially thought retaled to juvenial burial F2561, which is actually later.|
This is part of second multiple burial sequence in this space, but this time, actually related to the space. The following is the human remains report (2006) on these burial sequences:
The second group, all juveniles, was found in the foundation layers of the building. These burials (F.2559, skeleton (14146), skeleton (14138), F.2560, skeleton (14148), F.2561, skeleton (14150), F.2564 skeleton (14162), F.2562 skeletons (14164), (14165 & (14137)) could have been interred either at the abandonment of the house below or during the construction of the building above. The context of these burials and the actual number of the skeletons buried within this space is not clear since the excavation of this space is ongoing.