1) Using both the principles of stratigraphy, I think the most detailed archaeological sequence would be stratum U. By the first principle of superposition, which states that the unit found at the bottom of an undisturbed pile is older than the ones above it. Because stratum U is the lowest unit, it satisfies this law. By the second principle, which is the law of strata identified by their contents, it says that the units at a site can be distinguished from one another by seeking the differences in objects they contain. In stratum U we see, canario projectile points and percussion-flaked choppers, which are not seen in any other unit. Hence by the laws mentioned above, stratum U is the most detailed archaeological sequence.
2 and 3) There are obvious signs of mixing and filling. Strata C and D have almost the same objects. Then in stratum E we have evidence of windblown sand which shows that there is unconformity because then in stratum F we have similar objects as C and D.
4) The wall seems to be 2 meters wide and 4 meters long. It seems like on the left of the wall there was some kind of a multi-story building. Maybe a house. The strata O representing the ground level and other levels of cement representing other stories. The right side of the wall shows signs of the open ground, not enclosed unlike the left side.
5) Comparing the right side of the wall to the left while applying the first law, it seems as if the right side is older as it goes deeper. Also if we compare stratum P to strata H’, J’ and K’, we get some resemblance in pottery and other objects. As strata P is clearly lower than the wall, this states that the right side was older.
6) On the left side of the wall, strata O through G bracket the construction of the wall and on the right strata K’ through G or I’ through G bracket the construction. In total strata O through G brackets the whole wall.
7) In strata P through Q the burial is more crude as the body seems to be just put there. In the second burial, consisting of strata B and C, the burial style has changed. The body lays more flat now and shows resemblance to modern day type of burial. The change in burial type gives us a sense of relative time.