Tuesday July 12, 1994
Before work began there was some discussion concerning the whereabouts of T-6b, the choices being H-I/20-22 versus H-I/23-24. It was decided that removing I/20-22 would be most helpful in answering the question.
I/20-22 was removed with pik and shovel to a level of ?cm. This work, except for the soil under a large stump in I/21, was completed in three hours. The tile and pottery was saved seperately from that in I/22 and also that in I/21 (the stump).
I/20 pottery= 1/2 liter box
I/20 tile= 1/4 cassette
I/21 pottery= 2/3 liter box
I/21 tile=1/4 cassette
I/21 stump= 3 sherds
tile= 1 handful
One note about the soil of I/20-22. In general the soil of this area was the same as that removed from H/20-22:
medium brown clayey soil with stones of various sizes: Boulder-sized stones, three of them, were removed from alongside the south baulk in I/20-22. Except for this area the composition of the soil was consistant.
Once the soil of I/20-22 was removed to the depth of H/20-22, work began on the soil beneath the stump. Not much material was recovered. The complete excavation of the roots of the stump was incomplete at the end of the day.
Work in maggazino.
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