Nonstructure 3202, extramural surface

Features


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General description
Masonry wall on an extramural surface.
Use history
Wall was constructed about the same time as Structure 3201. Secondary refuse and construction fill was dumped between the wall and the structure. The portion of wall in the southeast corner of the 2 x 1 m unit slumped to the south at some point in time, a
Associated features
Excavation procedure
Not excavated--exposed only.
Portion excavated
Portion of feature within the excavation unit only; feature continues outside unit to the west and the south.
Horizontal location
Located in the south half of a 2 x 1 m excavation unit just south of Structure 3201 on the talus slope near the south end of the site.
Vertical location
Wall is resting on prehistoric ground surface at roughly 94 cm below modern ground surface.
Construction
This northwest-southeast-trending wall was constructed of large, irregularly shaped stones on undisturbed native sediment.
Remodeling/ modification
No
Thermal alteration
No
Sooting
No
Sealed
No
Preservation
Good.
Degree of preservation
Upper courses have collapsed.
Shape in plan view
Actual:  unknown.
Inferred: 
Shape in cross section
Actual:  unknown.
Inferred:  other.
Shape comments
Linear.
Dimensions
 
Actual
Complete?
Inferred
Comments
Length
138
No
Northwest-southeast.
Width
40
No
Northeast-southwest.
Height
43
No
93
Southeast corner of wall slumped to the south.
Depth
No
Stratigraphy
Stratum
Interpretation
Inclusions
Disturbance
Color
Texture