Monday, July 26, 1993
Removed stone line in H-I/46, and lowered these two meters to 140cm. The soil was dark brown with frequent inclusions of carbon. 1 2/3 latte boxes of bone and pottery, and 1/3 cassetta of tile and plaster fragments, a small amorphous flakes of bronze. A fragment of cruicible (#2) and a fragment of ridged impasto (#3) were found.
Completed the cut through H-I/44-42 at a depth of approxsimately 150cm. The soil throughout the cut was yellow-brown clay-like. 1 fragment of pottery and less than 6 fragments of tile and plaster were removed.
Baulk cleaning in H/42-43 was begun, and the pottery and tile quantities will be recorded this afternoon.
Began a cut in H-I/46 working to the east, at a depth of about 150cm. Soil was yellow-brown and clay-like, with areas of dark brown burn on the top. Pottery and tile quantities will be recorded this afternoon.
Another cut was taken in H-I/49, to a depth of approximately 100cm. Soil was medium brown with occasional inclusions of carbon. 1 full latte of pottery and bone, and 1/4 cassette of tile and plaster fragments were removed. An impasto fragment with a knob (#1) was found, and also the full profile of a vessel (#4). A smoothy river stone - possible sling stone - was removed from teh baulk of H/49 at about 70cm.
- Find #1
- Find #4
full profile of impasto bowl
- Find #9
Baulk trimming in H-I/42-43 yielded 4 small pieces of pottery and 10 small fragments of tile and plaster. Baulk trimming in I/44-45 yileded about 6 pieces of pottery and bone, and 8-10 fragments of tile and plaster. Completed cut in H-I/46-47 which contained a dark brown soil with carbon inclusions. Found 1 1/8 latte boxes of pottery and bone as well as 1/6 cassetta of tile and plaster. Also found 2 pieces of ridged impasto, finds #5 and 6.
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