Wednesday, July 22
Excavation continued slowly in meters K-L(M)/65 with mestilinas. The orangeware concentration continues throughout most of meter L(M)/65, but seems to dissapate as we eccavate northward into K/65. Interstingly, the southern portion of L(M)/65 seems to have soil of the medium ornagy brown with plaster and carbon inclusions. Infrequent large pieces of carbon are also found. However, ass excavation moves northward through L(M)/65 into K/65, the soil changes to a dark brown with carbon inclusions. However, within L(M)/65, the orangeware concentration persists even through this soil change, but, as mentioned above, is less concentrated in K/65.
The baulk of K-L(M)/64 was further straightened for a section drawing to be done later.
- Find 2
- 106 cm
- Orangeware strap handle
(In the course of cleaning this piece, it was discovered that the piece is inscribed with an X at the base of the handle
- Find 5
- 102 cm
Fragment of fenestrated finial
- Find 12
- ca. 110 cm, barrow find
- Possible lithic flake
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