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10 th July 2012


Did two pick passes in the S.W. corner and along the southern baulk wall to pick up the rest of the dark brown soil. Under it was a lighter brown soil that is in the rest of the trench. The soil is light brown, very fine, and chalky. There are many small stones scattered throughout the entire trench. There are no longer many roots. The baulk wall was straightened, along with the lip between CB54 and CB57 and the lip between CB56 and CB57. The trench was scraped down and roots clipped in preparation of declaring a new locus.

Opening Elevations Locus 5

1. 114cm B.D. = 25m A.E.

2. 101cm B.D. = 25.13m A.E.

3. 126cm B.D. = 24.88m A.E.

4. 124cm B.D. = 24.90m A.E.

Completed a pick pass across the whole trench. Uncovered terracotta and pottery. The material is still worn. Discovered charcoal in the middle of the trench and in the S.W. corner of the trench. The charcoal was tiny and found attached to small clumps of soil.

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Eóin M. O'Donoghue. "EMO III (2012-07-09):77 from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate B/Civitate B 57/2012, ID:651/Locus 4". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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