By Alan H. Gardiner
Old Egyptian Onomastica by way of Sir Alan H. Gardiner
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Each household used several functionally specialized structures that include domiciles, storage structures or bodegas, kitchens, and small ramada-like structures. Seven structures have been tentatively assigned to three households on the basis of proximity and access (Sheets 1992), while the other four are considered to either be communal structures or their affiliation is not known. Household 1 Four structures have been excavated from Household 1 (Structures 1, 5, 6, and 11). Structure 1 (Zier 1983; Beaudry and Tucker 1989) was identified as the domicile.
Other areas around the structures include possible footpaths and highly trampled areas used for various activities. Household 2 Two structures are believed to have been used by Household 2 (Structures 2 and 7). Structure 2, was identified as the domicile (McKee 1989b), and is similar to Structure 1, with bajareque walls built on top of a clay platform and is covered with a thatch roof. It has two rooms, with a clay bench in the interior room. ). Artefacts recovered included ceramics, a painted gourd, a bivalve shell, chipped and ground stone, and bone tools.
Household 1 Four structures have been excavated from Household 1 (Structures 1, 5, 6, and 11). Structure 1 (Zier 1983; Beaudry and Tucker 1989) was identified as the domicile. The northern portion of the structure was destroyed by a bulldozer in 1976, and its dimensions are not known. 7 m (Beaudry and Tucker 1989). The structure was built on a clay platform, the walls are of bajareque (wattle and daub), and the roof is of grass thatch. There are two rooms with a large bench in the interior room.