ok,i attached them directly from my pc... something is wrong with photobucket. Context of the find? I dont understand what you want to ask
Sorry: archaeological jargon there. The context is the location where an artifact is found and the different pieces of information that can be attached to that location.
For instance, it might matter on whether you found something on the site of an ancient building. It helps even more if you know what type
of building, and to what culture it belonged, and in which part
of the building it was found. There's also the question of layers. Over time, earth and debris accumulate and you'll find different layers, older the further down you get. Disturbances indicate building works, holes and ditches dug and filled, destruction (e.g. rubble from tumbled-down buildings and/or ash), and so forth. A broken object in a destruction layer of a temple tells you a different story than a broken object in a filled-in rubbish disposal hole of a roman
villa. Then there's the question of what objects were found in association with this - if any. Are they randomly jumbled together, or is there a connection? So, the context is all the background and surrounding information of the find, as precise as you can make it (this means ideally pinpointed to the inch in all three dimensions).
So, you in common parlance what I was asking is "where did you find it?" And the more information you can put into the answer, the better. It's not an exact science, but invaluable information nevertheless.