July 7, 1982
Tile: 7 Pottery: 4 1/2
Meters U,V, W-74 were taken to floor level (~40-50 cm) throughout the meters. A large concentra-
tion of carbonized wood was exposed in V-74 at ~40cm and this was left in place for photography later. The floor appears to extend throughout these meters (U,V, W-74). A heavy burn layer -- carbonized wood, burnt cermic material, dark, black soil -- was immediately above the floor in meters V, W - 74, but so much in U - 74. The soil above the burn layer was brown-light, with tile mixed in. Large vessel fragments, pithos, were found in this area. A bronze fibula, today's find #4 was found early, and work slowed to very carefull inspection of the soil in wheelbarrows.
Meters U,V,W -71-73 were mapped out and the top soil removed in this area. A bulk was left between this extension and the U,V,W -74-76 extension to allow a section to be drawn. The topsoil of U,V,W-71-73 was dark brown and rooty.
Work continued in exposin the tile in M,N,O - 77-79 at ~80 cm. Tile continued to be found, though mainly in small, scattered fragments.
Work also continued in excavating the area surrounding the ivories found in R-74 at ~40 cm. This work continued with dental tools.
Note that bronze fragments and shell were found.
- Find #4
- U -74
- 45 cm
Work was confined to the magazino this afternoon.
- Find #18
- U-W / 70-71
- 40 cm
Incised Bucchero Rim Frag.
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