|Michelle and Danielle examining Nick's find.|
|The burned clay layer shortly after its discovery.|
Separately, in another unit, a feature next to the cob pit removed yesterday produced a large number of large fragments of burned clay daub, probably representing clay originally packed in and amongst wall boards, poles, and thatch. While these daub fragments probably date prior to the final Creek raid, several of them possess clear impressions of the structural elements they were packed against, including an obvious corner between flat boards, and a rounded pole.
|Clay daub fragments with corner and pole impressions.|