[Original 1931 text] On 29th December, 1925, 1 foot below the surface, part of a skeleton was discovered above what proved later to be the southern wall of Room 74 of House V, Section B. All below the pelvis, save the head of the right femur, which was still in the acetabulum, was missing and the bones were extremely friable, being much affected by salts. The body lay on the left side, head to the east, arms bent, the left hand to the face, the right a little advanced. A shell bangle still adorned the left wrist. (Marshall, Vol. I, p. 184).