Friday, July 16, 1993
AM Work proceeded today in areas P/Q 34-35 and G-I 38-40
In P/Q 34-35 work continued with trowels in order to define the area of small boulders there. Definition gradually reduced the appearance of a wall here.
In G-I 38-39 work began with sweeping down the entire area in order to define the area of the plaster concentration. This revealed that G 38-39 and part of H 38-39 were the most dense areas. Meanwhile, sweeping in G-H 39-40 and I 39-40 revealed a light brown very crumbly dry soil with may overlie galestra or bedrock in areas. Excavation of this 5cm pass was completed for G-I 38.
While waiting for color photos of the plaster concentration, a pick pass was begun in the soil lying to the east, approximately
G-I 40. This soil was a brownish yellow clayey soil that came up in hard clumps and was nearly sterile. There was a slight soil change to a browner, less clayey soil in I 40.
Work in P/Q 40 also began. Picks and shovels were used. The beginning level was 71 cm.
When work ended for the morning, all three areas were still active. P/Q 34-35 and P/Q 37-40 had recovered only one quarter of a latte box of pottery and a few handfuls of tile. G-I 40 had a half box of pottery and slightly less than a cassetta of tile.
- 65cm deep
Gorgon brow or ear fragment
Work continued on P/Q 34-35, G-I 40, and P/Q 37-40.
In P/Q 34-35 excavation with trowels revealed only the "galestra-like" soil that has been occuring in this grid. However, removing this soil helped to define the edge of the stones.
Work in G-I 40 revealed slightly more bedrock G 40, and the brownish yellow clayey soil continued. The cut was widened to include G-I 39 in order to examine
the plaster concentration in section.
The pass in P/Q 37-40 was completed by the end of the day. There was less than 1/4 cassetta of tile and 1/4 box of pottery. P/Q 34-35 also yielded 1/4 latte box and only a few handfulls of tile.
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
[Standard: Dublin Core Terms]
Open Context editors work with data contributors to annotate datasets to shared vocabularies, ontologies, and other standards using 'Linked Open Data' (LOD) methods.
The annotations presented above approximate some of the meaning in this contributed data record to concepts defined in shared standards. These annotations are provided to help make datasets easier to understand and use with other datasets.
To the extent to which copyright applies, this content
carries the above license. Follow the link to understand specific permissions
Required Attribution: Citation and reference of URIs (hyperlinks)