Living Floor

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A layer of human occupation; this generic and imprecise term is applied to an assumed level of occupation within an archaeological site. It includes any surface that indicates use as a house or camp area, as evidenced by signs of cooking, sleeping, or working at household tasks. The area can be within a cave or structure or out in the open - anywhere everyday human activities took place. Ancient living floors have occasionally been preserved through the accumulation of soil and debris over them.