Building 89, Model U19880
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Layer No. 19880
This unit is localized in the north west part of the highest platform. This shape is ovoid and the sides are vertical. During the excavation we were not sure about its interpretation and when we found on the bottom one or two skulls we understand that this cut Probably is a retrieval pit aimed to remove some bones from the bigger cut. The ovoid shape and the presence of the skull on the bottom could suggest that this unit is a cut to take a skull. On 28-07-2013, while we were digging unit 19897, we found a primary burial, skeleton 30900, exactly on the bottom of the cut 19880, so we understood that this cut is a burial cut.
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Matrix above: 19879 Matrix below: 30900
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U 19880 (small burial cut )
neolithic house, burial cut, primary burial
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Lercari, Nicola; Shiferaw, Emmanuel; Forte, Maurizio; Kopper, Regis (2017). Immersive Visualization and Curation of Archaeological Heritage Data: Çatalhöyük and the Dig@IT App. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-017-9340-4
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