Using the principles of stratigraphy together, U would have began the sequence of these particular strata, and is the oldest. Following U would be T, S, R, Q, and P which are relatively simple to see and understand. A cement wall then appears in the strata with its first floor being O. On the right side of the wall, it seems that K’ occurred, followed by J’ and then I’. When we come to H’, it appears that the left side of the wall begins to occur as well. With H’ and N at the same time, then M, L, K, J, and I. Then the strata begin to level off again and continue on easily from H-A.
When looking at the wall, it seems evident to me that it was built during I’ because it would have had to have been dug out, built, and then filled in, which would explain why artifacts from I’ occur all the way down the right side of the wall. It seems to me that the wall was not built for height above ground, but rather as some sort of pit into the ground with a cement bottom, although the left side of the wall doesn’t seem to have been used during the I’ period, possibly being considered an unconformity. On the right side of the wall, mixing is evident in the fact that I’ goes through all of the other strata.
During H’, it appears that items from their culture were “thrown” down into the bottom of the “pit” causing the differences in the position of the strata. Is it possible that this pit was used as some sort of a disposal site? Which would explain why new cement layers were added in at levels M, K, and I.
The only strata that seem to make very little sense are the L and J strata as they show pottery with entirely different colors from the others. If this site was in fact used as a disposal area, its possible that those pottery samples came from neighboring cultures.
The strata on the right side of the wall appear to be much older than those on the left.
In regards to the burial sites, the oldest is a flexed burial in Q and P, then an extended burial in C and B, and finally it appears a shaft tomb from A to D.