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June 17

Boxes of Tiles 6

Boxes of Pottery 2

Work continued today on T-17 A-J 0-9.

19710796

19710796
  • Find #1
  • G-8
  • c. 1.25m
  • What appears to be fragment of terra cotta "cut-out"

19710927

  • Find #2
  • G-2
  • c. 20cm
  • Fragment of banquet frieze preserves part of guilloch and hind quarter of dog

19710070

19710070

19710072

19710072
  • Find #3
  • G-8
  • c. 1.40m
  • Small "spindle whorl" which is split down the middle and is only half preserved

19710066

19710066
  • Find #5
  • G-8
  • c. 1.30m
  • 3 large fragments of pot preserving complete profile

19710436

19710436

Sector C-J, 1-3 produced quantity heavy stones packed tightly together to depth c. 1.10m -- very few tiles, archit. terra cottas or pottery were found mixed in among the stones.

19710928

  • Find #8
  • J-9
  • c. 1.20m
  • Fragment of banquet frieze

19710114

19710114

19710051

19710051
  • Find #11
  • J-9
  • c. 1.20m
  • Bucchero antefix to vessel -- head in form of Gorgon head

19710047

19710047
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Erik Nielsen. "EN II (1971-06-17):86-91; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 17/1971, ID:68". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/1327cb32-a4aa-40c7-bc3d-5132dfcf5b9b>

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