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Bone and Metal Summary

Bone Summary:

Given the small area of excavation, bone was highly concentrated in CA-36 as well.  All appears to be animal bone and only one shows possible indications of butchering.  This bone will be stored in the CA-36 1993 Representative Pottery Box.

Metal Summary:

Like all other material from CA-36, metal finds were located within the medium brown soil.  Objects tended to preserve a good state of completeness (for example 7-7 #1 , a nearly complete navicella fibula).  Two examples of iron nails (one complete and one missing the head) were recovered.  6-27 #1, an unusual object with finished edges and perforations, combined both bronze and iron (iron seemed to have been used to rivet a bronze sheet together).  Other than the iron nails and 6-27 #1, all other metals from CA-36 were bronze.

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Tony Tuck. "TT IV (1993-07-13):48-49; Bone and Metal Summary from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate B/Civitate B 29/1993, ID:401". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/0b88a517-5a5f-426d-8510-1865eb8cf65c>

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