15 July, 03
Took photos of trench due to rock pack/terracotta feature that was exposed in the northwest corner of the trench, 180E/49S. Also the burn layer of the Orientalizing period has been exposed. Declared locus 7 .
Began by trowelling floor starting in the southern end of the trench.was an incised bucchero fragment, , incised coarseware fragment, , incised coarseware profile, , fragments of an impasto cooking vessel, , ceramic base, , bucchero tondo, , buccheroid tondo, and , worked antler.
Continued trowelling floor. Discovered large, flat stone on northwest baulk area, 180E/49S. The elevation of the stone is 26.735m. It also measures 5.4 meters
from the large, flat stone in T-22, confirming the hypothesis that there is another building adjacent to the Orientalizing workshop.was a piece of vitrified terracotta and is a bucchero tondo. Completed 1 full pass of the floor for the day and started pulling back the west part of the floor starting at the baulk wall.
1 cassetta tile
1 cassetta pottery, 2 latte boxes pottery
- Find #8
- worked antler
- Locus 7
T-30 western baulk wall
T-30 southern baulk wall
T-30 eastern baulk wall
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