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and section of cellar H52. Figure 14 H52 (E–W). stone axes, bone spoons, bone needles, potsherds, animal bones, and charred grains (Figures 11 and 12). H52 is an elliptical bag-shaped pit, with a diameter of 1.85–2.25m at the top and 2.2–2.6m at the bottom, and a depth of 1.4m. Its wall is clad with blackish adobes of 40cm long, 20cm wide, and 10cm thick. The interim space is filled with yellowish grass-tempered earth mortar. The interior surface is plastered with the same material and tainted with soot. The cellar is filled with blackish dirt, some adobe