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Daily Log 3/7/2015

3-7-2015

A.M.

Work began in the east of the trench. Again soil is clay like and pottery and tile is being recovered.

Find #1:

Locus 1

Nail head

156 B.D. =306.65m AE

50cm from N, 86 from W

-6.89S/-12.89W

Find #2:

Bronze Fragment

158 B.D. = 303.63m AE

76 from E, 62 from W

-5.97 m N/-9.25 m E

Work concentrated in east meter. The aim is to find a different layer/ new locus.

P.M.

Work continued in the eastern meter.

A soil change was found in the eastern meter. Soil is looser, with less stone inclusions. Primarily ancient materials being recovered. Top of a stone is present next to the baulk wall.

Find #3:

Rectangular Bronze Fragment

179 B.D.= 396.42m AE

134 from  N, 82 from E

-6.18 m N/-9.40 m E

Drawing

Closing Elevations:

S.E. - 178 B.D. = -306.43m AE

S.W. - 163 B.D. = -306.58m AE

N.W. - 163 B.D. = -306.58m AE

N.E. - 179 B.D. = -306.42m AE

Closing Totals:

Tile and Plaster - 3 Bowls

Pottery - 58 Sherds

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Suggested Citation

Eóin M. O'Donoghue. "VT 8 (2015-07-03):32-37; Daily Log 3/7/2015 from Italy/Vescovado di Murlo/Upper Vescovado/Vescovado 8/2015, ID:695/Locus 1". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/2079586b-10f2-4ab6-ad34-1efc9889e83d>

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