This locus is situated on the northern side of the trench, extending 1.10 m from the north baulk at the center (the locus is narrower on the edges, to a width of about 65cm). It was created to clear the remaining wall fall on this side of the operation, which was more evident in the aftermath of the vandalism. The goal in excavating the locus was to push back toward the north baulk and hopefully identify the north wall of the "room", suggested by the corner stones in the northeast. The matrix was the same dark black soil. Upon completion, we had still not identified the north wall. It is possible that it was completely damaged, given the extensive wall fall inside the operation. Extremely high material densities. Top elevation is 58cm bd. 1. Bottom elevation is 1.11m b.d.1. Three stone hand tools recovered from this locus.