Nonstructure 306, extramural surface
About this Nonstructure
South-central portion of site.
Southwest interior of a surface room in Architectural Block 300; 443.6N 538.7E.
1-x-2-m unit was judgmentally placed to expose the masonry on the north wall of Architectural Block 300 surface rooms; unit was actually placed in the southwest interior of a surface room.
Nonstructure 306 is an extramural surface from which three posts (Features 1, 2, and 3) were excavated into. It seems likely that the posts were part of a surface structure constructed during the Pueblo II period.
Cultural fill covered Nonstructure 306 prior to the construction of Structure 305.
Dating of Construction
Based on pottery data and stratigraphic information, this surface was most likely used in the Pueblo II period.
Dating of Remodeling
Dating of Abandonment
Nonstructure 306 fell out of use during the Early Pueblo III period when Structure 305 was constructed above this surface.
Dating of Midden
Dating of Reuse
2 (A.D. 9201140)
Excavation Details for Excavation Units
In order by excavation unit number.
1-x-2 meter grid unit 443.6N 538.7E.
South-central portion of the site.
Architectural Block 300; Southwest interior of a surface room.
Judgmental. 1-x-2-m unit judgmentally placed to expose the masonry on the north wall of Architectural Block 300 surface rooms; unit was actually placed in the southwest interior of a surface room.
Strata subdivided into arbitrary levels. Excavated in 10 cm levels.
Unit Ends at
Undisturbed native sediment.
Study Unit(s) Identified in this Excavation Unit