Nonstructure 9001, extramural surface
About this Nonstructure
West-central portion of site.
Central portion of Architectural Block 100; below Nonstructure 155; 490.7N 513.7E.
2.55-x-1-m unit judgmentally placed to determine if a masonry wall was present along the southern portion of the test unit.
Nonstructure 9001 is an extramural surface from which two pits (Features 1 and 2) were excavated into undisturbed native sediment. The surface was most likely used in the Early Pueblo III period. This inference is based on Nonstructure 155 deposits located above the surface that date to the Early Pueblo III period.
Nonstructure 9001 was no longer used when Nonstructure 155 secondary refuse was deposited above the surface.
Nonstructure 155 refuse was deposited above Nonstructure 155.
Dating of Construction
Nonstructure 9001 was most likely used in the Early Pueblo III period.
Dating of Remodeling
Dating of Abandonment
Dating of Midden
Dating of Reuse
7 (A.D. 11401225)
Excavation Details for Excavation Units
In order by excavation unit number.
2.55-x-1 meter grid unit 490.7N 513.7E.
West-central portion of the site.
Central portion of Architectural Block 100.
Judgmental. 2.55-x-1-m unit judgmentally placed to determine if a masonry wall was present along the southern portion of the unit.
Strata subdivided into arbitrary levels.
Unit Ends at
Fill continued. Fill continued below Arbitrary Unit 149 into Nonstructure 155 and Nonstructure 9001 Features 1 and 2, Pits Not Further Specified.
Study Unit(s) Identified in this Excavation Unit