Image of Plan showing Stratum 3.
Plan showing Stratum 3, a discontinuous layer of predominantly rangia shells within which were three discrete “pockets” of concentrated shell. The most pronounced shell pocket was up to 15 centimeters thick and occurred adjacent to a small hearth identified as Feature 2.  Such hearth-shell refuse pairs can be characterized as discrete habitation units, the result of one or two meals. Adapted from Weinstein-2002-Figure 5-90.
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