AA (Ash layer): But also much yellow dust -- layer of yellow sediments in places very ashy. Contains much less slag than the previous locus; slopes from the west towards the east (slope angle changes - see section) - thus its dimentions changed as recorded by perimeter middle. -- Eventually extends to include all of the area north and east once contained within 666. Sediment is light at the top and darker further down, seperated by a thin slag layer.
Tuyere pipes (fewer than locus 666), bone, heavy hematite(?) chunk (about 4 x 4 cm), copper metal, ore, charcoal.
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