TUESDAY, JUNE 16
CA 49 and CA 48 were laid by triangulating off the perpendicular line established yesterday. The trench (which lies 2 m. south of CA 48) measures 3 meters north-south and 8 m. east-west, or E77-84, S18-20.
A datum point was established in the northeast corner of the trench in the trunk of a large tree that occupies the corner of the trench. The datum point is 51 cm above the surface of the ground.
A top soil cut (Locus 1) was begun at the west end of the trench. The top soil was heavily matted with roots and contained numerous small stones (5-10 cm). Tile and ceramic quantities will be recorded in the afternoon.
Work continued removing the top soil, moving eastward. The cut was completed thru meter E81, S18-20. Material recovery was limited. 15 fragments of extremely worn tile and terracotta were recovered, along with 1 coarseware handle fragment and a portion of antler, which exhibited no tool marks.
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