August 2, 1994
Due to the unusual nature of the stratigraphy and material concentrated in L-M/72 and M/71, we have changed our approach. The floor of L-M/72 and M/71 will be scraped to better define the transition from the medium brown soil with plaster inclusions to the dark brown soil.
With this done, it appears that the transition between the two soil types occurs at about the middle of L/72. The point of transition also corresponds to an apparent line of stone which runs along the length of the trench from the 72 meter to the 76.
Now, we will excavate the K-L-M/72 and M/71 to a greater depth in order to better define the transition between the soil types.
Material from this area will be flagged in order to keep this separate from materials previously excavated.
- Find #1
- 125-130 cm
Possible core stone
- Find #2
- 100 cm, floor cleaning
Bone with cut marks
- Find #3
- 130 cm
Large amphora handle
- Find #5
- 125 cm
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