In the Northern Sector, the complete presentation and documentation of the individual USK 6546, WE oriented and deposited in a dorsal decubitus within the burial ground US - 6547, in the northern portion of the sector, was carried out. The inhumated, an adult male of 35-40 years, is complexly not very well preserved, especially as regards the skull and the upper portion of the body. The rather fragmented skull is in the right lateral appearance; the upper limbs are symmetrical and slightly flexed along the body, while the lower ones are extended, with the feet close together. A general lateral compression of the body is noted, due to the restricted dimensions of the tomb. Further south, the removal of the remains of USK 6549, intercepted by the USM 6123 stone case, was completed.
Did final exposing around US6546 pelvic area and cranium. Took pictures of US6530 and filled in majority of context sheet. Began excavating, starting with the phalanges, tarsals, and metatarsals.
Northwest area of the section to the sediment, then the skeleton and scattered bone in the northwest portion of the section.
We began to remove skeleton ____, and we are eager to start excavating the lower legs of the skeleton that is located above the head of skeleton ____ but deeper in the ground. We have determined that is is very likely that they legs of skeleton ____ were displaced by the building of the wall, and we suspected earlier.
The group picked ax the southern quadrant at least three centimeters and followed the trench along the southern area. The group found one coin which was not preserved well possibly from the 11 hundreds. Found also one green rock that looked like wood was not able to identify at time, the group also found three pieces of pottery and a fire clay brick which was used for construction.