1.) By using the first principle, we can safely assume that Stratum U is the oldest layer at this site. Likewise, we can easily make a case for Stratum A being the newest layer. Beyond those two, things get a bit more tricky due to walls and pits affecting the way in which the layers fall. Working backwards from U, we can see that Stratum T-P work back in order, but starting with Stratum K and Stratum O the timelines may diverge a bit. We can notice this using principle two which lets us group different strata together based on similar artifacts found. We can see that left of the wall and right of the wall cause a variance in the pottery colors being used. Finally, moving from Stratum G up, we can see that the Strata get newer with each layer towards the surface. Ultimately, we can say that U is the oldest and A is the newest, and in between holds mostly consistent with that story.
2.3.) Filling seems to have occurred in Strata I (Left of Wall), K, M, and O. In these instances, we see a cement floor to the left of the wall that likely was put in place to alter the original ground area and make it more habitable for whomever was using it. As for an instance of unconformitie, Stratum E seems to be the biggest culprit as it is a naturally occurring instance of sand being blown and causing there to be a break in cultural artifacts. Finally, Stratum N has an occurrence of mixing as we see the concave-curved bottle spouts that occurred on the right side of the wall, mixed with the pottery with red-painted bands from the left side of the wall.
4.) It seems that the wall was built during the time period around Stratum O to match the concrete floor that was in place. At this point, it was above the ground, but over time became more and more naturally situated underground.
5.) Stratum K (Right of Wall) seems to be the same age as Strata L-O (Left of Wall). Stratum J (Right of Wall) seems to be the same age as Strata I-K (Left of Wall). Strata H-I (Right of Wall) seem to be the same age as Strata H (Left of Wall). Strata I (Right of Wall) does make this analysis somewhat tricky, though, due to its more horizontal occurrence.
6.) Strata G-O on the left side of the wall and Stratum I on the right side of the wall bracket the wall.
7.) It begins with flexed burial in Stratum P and transitions to extended burial in Stratum B.