A robber pit just east of the central shaft cut into the western side of the chamber of A 66. Tomb 66 only had on chamber off the central shaft. Two broken bowls, on containing beads were recovered from the tomb. The chamber was roughly circular. The burials were disarticulated (perhaps 3 humans), there were no traces of matting. A 66 contained 23 ceramic vessels and 1 basalt bowl.
Sold originally to Christ Seminary-Seminex, St. Louis Missouri. Upon the dissolution of the Seminary it came into the possession of Prof. Carl Graesser of Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley, CA (see document Zorn Tomb Group.) It was then transferred to the Bade Museum of Biblical Archaeology
Schaub, R. Thomas and Walter E. Rast. 1989. Bab edh-Dhra’. Excavations in the Cemetery Directed by Paul W. Lapp (1965-67). Reports of the Expedition to the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan, Volume 1. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns.
|↑1||Lapp, Nancy. 1977. Correspondence from Nancy Lapp to ASOR Corporation Representatives 1977, Lapp-ASOR December 1977, ASOR Archives.|