After graduating with a degree in archaeology, you and a group of students excavated a rock shelter site beside and above a river in Africa. You spent several months digging and the field season is now finished. The next step is to analyze what you have found.
During the dig, you discovered four main stratigraphic layers at the site:
Layer 1: This is the uppermost layer and it contains a grey dusty soil with a few small, broken pieces of granite mixed into it. In this layer, you discover two sherds of glazed pottery, a single piece from a polished stone bowl, four pieces of broken incised pottery and twelve pieces of broken impressed pottery. There are no stone tools in this layer. Most of the faunal remains….