Identification number (ID): Each refitting unit has a unique identification number. Most of the
critical refitting units are displayed in Fig. 29.
Refit: These are the inventory numbers of each of the antler refits. The inventory numbers
contain two parts, separated by a slash - the number of the excavation square, and the find number for the
excavation square. The links from this field go to the detailed morphological description (if available)
Main Antler Catalogue.
Morphological description (of conjoining finds): Conjoining antler finds of each refit are
listed with small letters in the same order as in the Refit field. The links in this field
are to each find's entry in the Metrical data set.
Spatial provenance: All finds are classified as coming from: A= diluvial fan, B= shore
terrace or C= pavement, according to the facies definitions given by D. Mania (1980). Also see fig.1 The links
from this field go to the relevant entry (if available) in the Locational data set.
Distance between conjoining finds (measured from the documentation, where possible). The
distances are measured between the conjoining breakage planes. If more than two finds are parts of a
refitting unit, the distances for each refit are given. Because of documentation gaps, not all distances are
measurable (indicated by a question mark - ?).
Stratigraphic provenance: All finds come from:
planum a: Chara limestone horizon
planum b: main find horizon on the shore terrace) or,
planum c: pavement)
Finds from the pavement area, encountered lying higher than the pavement are registered as planum
b. Stratigraphic information describing the exact position of finds from the diluvial fan are not
available. In particular, objects encountered in the channels, overlain by the travertine sands of the
diluvial fan sensu stricto, often cannot be related to those channels.
For some selected finds, the stratigraphic position inside the diluvial fan is described in the cited
literature. Most finds from the Chara limestone are not well documented and so have been deduced as
Finds >5cm that are not mapped in the documentation mostly come from the Chara limestone horizon or
the fault (if one of the numerous faults disturbing the excavation area is located in the same grid
square, and the material from the fault was considered to have been dislodged, then these finds are not
Differential decay does not always help solve the question of provenance for those finds, nor do
the excavation finds reports. If provenance cannot be ascertained from the documentation, or if finds
from the diluvial fan cannot be further located within the travertine sands or the channels below, then
these are indicated by a question mark.
Also see the locational data set entries for each find - view via the links in the Spatial provenance field.
Special characteristics: Other observations, preservation state etc. No illustrations of
refitting units are available.