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  • Beiram Excavation Report 8
    would remove between 900 and 1200 gallons each morning The students would then remove any loose stones from the wall of the pit before continuing down Gradually as the pit became deeper it was more difficult to break the the icy clay We went on a scouting mission to see if we could find a jackhammer The first place we went was off the Beiram mountain near Uureg Nur lake

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/Beiram%20Excavation%20Report/beiram_exc_rpt8.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Test Pit 5
    seen here in Test Pit 5 covered the entire mound They did And to a level that exceeded 1 meter To complete this layer of rock would have been very labor intensive would have taken a lengthy period of time

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/Beiram%20Excavation%20Report/levelQ4L6.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Central Pit and Two Test Pits
    that can be seen in the background left Test Pit 1 right had been excavated to a depth of ca 2 0 meters when we encountered permafrost Each day the ice along the edges of the test pit thawed leaving

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/Beiram%20Excavation%20Report/central_pit.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Level 5 and 6 in Test Pit 3
    on the right Level 6 was more than 1 meter thick and covered the entire mound The square seen in the background was the area opened on the central pit that ultimately descended through level 6 The pit that was

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  • Beiram Excavation Report 9
    soil exposing the rock stratigraphy After taking record photographs of all sides of the pit that now measured 5 55 m north south by 4 10 m east west we again inspected the sides and determined that there was no evidence of any archaeological remains in the pit We did not find any human remains in the excavation or any other evidence to indicate that the mound had been constructed

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/Beiram%20Excavation%20Report/beiram_exc_rpt9.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Untitled Document
    Mongol students and Kazak workers excavate at near the six meter depth in permafrost as others remove mud and rocks hauling them up the steep sides of the pit

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/Beiram%20Excavation%20Report/excave.ice.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Jackhammer
    Mongol students and Kazaks excavate near the six meter depth using a jackhammer to break the permafrost Other remove the ice water and stones from the pit

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/Beiram%20Excavation%20Report/jackhammer.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Beiram Excavation Report 11
    also known as muflon and antelope their astragal distinctive because of the yellow color A considerable number of horse teeth were also votive offerings as were sheep scapula The wooden box placed at the center top of the mound identified as Feature 1 29 30 contained a ceramic pot that had been filled with wheat Within the box we discovered a Djungar bronze arrowhead two cowry shells a silver gilt

    Original URL path: http://www.csen.org/Beiram%20Excavation%20Report/beiram_exc_rp11.html (2016-02-09)
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