Building 89, Model F3472_08+U19885
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Layer No. 19883
This unit is characterized by a circular shape and by a dark colour, caused by a combustion process in the hearth. On the top of the layer it is possible to see a lot of impressions of organic elements, connected to the production of the food. The unit was excavated by leaf-trowel.
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Matrix above: 19884 Matrix below: 19882
Layer No. 19885
This unit is characterized by a light brown colour and by clay quite clean in spite of the proximity to the hearth. It is probable that this unit was a make up of the plaster floor of the bench because it was coverd by the southern rest of the plaster layer of the bench. The unit was excavated by leaf-trowel.
- Data from: Immersive Visualization and Curation of Archaeological Heritage Data: Çatalhöyük and the Dig@IT App
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U19883 (hearth fill - dark charcoal) + U19885 (floor between bench and dirty floors)
Neolithic house, hearth fill, impression organic elemnts
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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. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-017-9340-4
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