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After completing surveys, we divided the site into five areas, each corresponding to a concentration of cultural remains. Areas number 2, 3, and 4 are located on small sandy knolls and constitute the site’s primary inhabitation spaces. Area number 3 is particularly interesting, It features two burning spots indicating possible hearths and perhaps dwellings. The concentration of bones and chipped shards also suggests the presence of a dumping ground and a stone-chipping space in this same area.
A grid plan of the Kruger 2 BiEx-23 site with the topographical contours of five excavation site areas. The legend’s icons indicate: White squares (positive wells); black squares (negative wells); green circles (trees); and yellow spots (sand deposits).

Distribution of the occupancy areas and excavated wells at the BiEx-23 site, also known as the Kruger 2 site.