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Relative or indirect methods tend to use associations built from the archaeological body of knowledge. Ultimately, relative dating relies on tying into absolute dating with reference to the present.

For example the date of formation of a context which is totally sealed between two datable layers will fall between the dates of the two layers sealing it.

However the date of contexts often fall in a range of possibilities so using them to date others is not a straightforward process.

However the date of contexts often fall in a range of possibilities so using them to date others is not a straightforward process. Here we can see 12 contexts, each numbered with a unique context number and whose sequence is represented in the in "fig B".# A horizontal layer# Masonry wall remnant# Backfill of the wall construction trench (sometimes called construction cut)# A horizontal layer, probably the same as 1# Construction cut for wall 2# A clay floor abutting wall 2# Fill of shallow cut 8# Shallow pit cut# A horizontal layer# A horizontal layer, probably the same as 9# Natural sterile ground formed before human occupation of the site# Trample in the base of cut 5 formed by workmen's boots constructing the structure wall 2 and floor 6 is associated with.