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Table 2. Estimated Vessel Equivalents and degree of 'brokenness' of ceramics
* Higher values are more broken (calculated by dividing the sum of count by the rim proportion x 100)
Fill Sum of Count Sum of Weight (g) Sum of Rim Proportion Present Av Weight Brokenness *
2109 216 4287.4 276% 19.85 78.26
2093 499 13086.5 917% 26.23 54.42
2046 15 2976.9 164% 198.46 9.15
1978 3 14.1 12% 4.7 25
1979 2 25 - 12.5 -
1887 6 21.9 12% 3.65 50
1888 5 51.1 - 10.22 -
1697 31 218.8 16% 7.06 193.75
1747 19 277.8 68% 14.62 27.94
1800 41 458.9 68% 11.19 60.29
Total 1048 25017 1848 23.87 56.71

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