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    "url": "",
    "created": "2016-03-02T20:48:06Z",
    "modified": "2016-12-20T12:20:14Z",
    "public": true,
    "area_nr": "",
    "radiocarbon_dated": "yes",
    "earliest_date_lab_number": "KlA44178 4 GSR",
    "earliest_date_14C_age": 9975,
    "earliest_date_calibration": null,
    "earliest_date_14C_age_calibrated": null,
    "earliest_date_date_of_calibration": null,
    "earliest_date_standard_deviation": 50,
    "earliest_date_delta13": null,
    "latest_date_lab_number": "KIA44180",
    "latest_date_14C_age": 9590,
    "latest_date_calibration": null,
    "latest_date_14C_age_calibrated": null,
    "latest_date_date_of_calibration": null,
    "latest_date_standard_deviation": 45,
    "latest_date_delta13": null,
    "period_comment": "Gusir Höyük belongs to approximately the same period as Hallan Cemi, Demirköy, Körtik Tepe, Cayönü (Round Building Phase).",
    "settlement_human_remains": "yes",
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    "cemetery_or_grave": null,
    "grave_number_of_graves": "4",
    "grave_estimated_number_of_individuals": "6",
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    "description": "Additional graves: As the author doesn't describe the graves seperatly and doesn't divide the finds according to their location, the site is treated as one area instead of settlements and graves. Besides the burials in the three burials from the courtyard (simple, single individuals) and the group burial (3 individuals), remnants of badly disturbed burials have been encountered in the lower terrace, which was used by the locals as a pathway. Skeletal partes and finds possibly related to these disturbed burials have been recovered as scatter over a consierably large area. Some of the graves are heavly destroyed because of the slope and other factors.\r\nBuildings: rectancular building with rounded courners: biggest of several buildings, cobbles filling on the floor, 7 adjestecent buildings - seems to be of special importance, possibly a central building. Highly burnt adobe remains in the buildings as well as in the layer filling show that adobe was extensively used above the stone foundations. Some adobe pieces have branch impressions on them (roof?).\r\nCourtyard (?) to the west.",
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    "latest_datedated_by": [],
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