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In 1996 the decision to return to CB centered on two very important architectural finds: 1. a feline water spout fragment ( 19681050

), and 2. a horserace frieze plaque fragment (uncatalogued). Both artifacts were recovered in 1968, see P. Small, Book I, 1968. Because the CB area is approx. 10m higher than the Tesoro Plateau natural erosion could not be a factor in finding these artifacts in CB.

NOTE: A surveying mistake in the Lomas trench was discovered by M. Wingfield in the 2001 season while shooting points from the baseline for a trench associated with the CB-32 area. The map of the CB-32 area on p.55 of this book should have the following corrections: +5 to all W notations and -1 to all southern notations. These corrections should be applied througout for a more accurate coordinate perception of the area.

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Joyce A. Lomas. "JAL I (1996-06-10):4-5; Introduction from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate B/Civitate B 32/1996, ID:236". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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