October 8, 1969
Drain pipes. see p. 159
- Find #5
- Drain pipe
Removed for restoration
- Find #11
- Neck and mouth fragment, bucchero
Found under drain pipe #1
T10, in order to take 14 workmen, has been expanded and the entire area marked out on is being excavated. Two small rooms, parallel to the rooms of the eastern flank of the large complex appeared. They have relatively few finds within them but large quantities of utility pottery. One loom weight appeared. Is this area a domestic quarter? (Small portable cooking stands, storage jars, loomweights, look of fine pottery?)
All sherds from T10 are being mixed. There is only surface and a very slight stratum throughout the entire area. A few fragments, 2 of banquet frieze, of T.C. revetments have appeared. There, with plaster bits and loom weights are being sent down together.
Sherds from under the drain in T6F have been collected. Also, and I cannot yet
DRAIN pp. 156-159 ,
- Find #1
- Find #2
- Find #3
Banquet frieze fragments
understand why, fragments of the horserace frieze have appeared under the drain. All this material will be processed next summer.
- Stray Find
- Feline paw, fragment
Found May 28, 1970
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