Plan map of the "log tomb" (Feature 134) so named because of the two rows of massive log posts that ran down the walls of the tomb and presumably supported a low roof only about three feet above the tomb flour. The construction of the log tomb is inferred from stains and traces as no wood survived. On the floor of the log tomb were eight individuals in extended positions (heads to the north) and neatly arranged into four pairs. Graphic by Dee Ann Story.
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