Conjoining antler fragments form refitting units. The refitting units are recorded,
according to identification numbers. A refitting unit consists of two or more conjoining elements. Each refitting
unit is recorded with several attributes.
Square 323 is disturbed by one of the major faults of the site. Its north-eastern wing is partly split
open horizontally. Water-moved sediments and finds were found in the fault. Find a occurred at the edge of the
north-eastern wing of the fault. Find b is not mapped. Therefore it was found either in the fault or in the Chara limestone horizon.
Surface preservation of both finds is identical: weathering
cracks and advanced cortex destruction.
Weathering cracks and advanced cortex destruction
characterise the surface preservation of both finds. Further information about the three-dimensional positions of the finds
is not available. A provenance from planum a seems probable.
Weathering cracks and nearly complete loss of antler cortex
characterise the surface preservation of both finds. The finds are not represented in the plans of
this excavation square. Find a exhibits a distal negative, paralleled by a second one which is modern. Weathering cracks
partly were formed prior to breakage of the refitting unit.