Thursday, December 6


"Feature 7 was a well-defined pithouse measuring 4.17 x 3 meters. The long axis was oriented approximately 29 degrees east of grid north. The entryway appeared to be centered on the long axis of the house, opening to the southeast at 111 degrees east of grid north. Plaster fragments discovered in the northeast area of the house at floor level indicate the house originally had a plastered floor. A burnt wooden structural post was found in the southwest area of the house. A hearth was identified near the entryway but slightly offset from its center at the level of the floor. A projectile point was found on the floor approximately 30 cm southeast of the hearth."

Only an archaeologist could make archaeology this boring.

excavating a necklace - not boring at all

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