Space Number: 239
|Area: 4040 |
|Within Building Number: 48 |
Mellaart Level: Unassigned at present
Hodder Level: 4040.G
Additional Phase Info: Central group of related buildings based on combination of stratigraphy (abutting relationships) and lithics assemblage dominated by East Gollu dag bifaces and percussion blades.
Excavated to its latest occupation phase Sp.239 of B.48 lies below heavily eroded B.46.
Prior to the introduction of the Hodder phases Sp.239 of B.48 had been allocated to Mellaart Level VI - V very crudely based on comparison of the material assemblage
Mellaart levels of buildings/spaces NOT excavated in the 1960s have been removed to allow an independent assessment on phasing.
NB/Work in progress. Correct as of date entered or modified.
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Southern space in Building 48.Main living / activity area in Building 48. Very small space but with typical layout - oven in south wall, scorching to north could be remnents of hearth, platform in SE corner, central floor and northern platforms. Possibly bins in this space. Room fill removed but not excavated.
Building 48 was a small structure, measuring 2.40m by 4.90m, located directly to the east of Building 49 in the 4040 excavation area. Building 48 was defined by mudbrick walls F.1820, F.1821, F.1822 and F.1824. An internal mudbrick wall F.1818 divided northern Space 234 from southern Space 239. An opening at the eastern side of the wall allowed access between the two spaces.
|Number of Related Diary Entries: 3|
|Conservation Recorded: No|
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|No. Of Units in this Space: 24 (Click to view unit list)|