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219

July 12

Boxes of Tiles 5

Boxes of Pottery

Work continued today on T-17 sector A-J 3-4 and A-D 9-5

19710319

19710319
  • Find #1
  • G-3
  • c. 1.50m
  • Fragment of pot -- preserves complete profile

19710408

19710408

19710430

19710430

19710252

19710252
  • Find #7
  • H-4
  • c. 1.50m
  • Small spindle whorl with \'\'facetted\'\'┬áside

19710536

19710536

19710410

19710410

19710959

19710959
  • Find #11
  • H-4
  • c. 1.60m
  • Odd fragment terra cotta -- looks like type of cover tile but upper surface has slightly raised edge

19710253

19710253

19710382

19710382
  • Find #14
  • F-3
  • c. 1.50m
  • Fragment bucchero vase with stamped design -- mixed in among heavy concentration of carbon

19710255

19710255

17. At depth c. 1.20m B-8 [B] -- fragment of terra cotta cut out in shape of head. Belongs to 19690284

19690284
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19710254

19710254

19710333

19710333

19710800

19710800

19710373

19710373

19710359

  • Find #24
  • J-4
  • c. 1.55
  • Fragment of shoe of statue
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Erik Nielsen. "EN II (1971-07-12):218-229; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 17/1971, ID:68". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/04a92198-80d4-4d3a-9d9b-40d86ad428e1>

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