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June 16

Boxes of Tiles 6

Boxes of Pottery 1

Work continued on T-17, A-J 0-9

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At depth c. 1.0m A-J 8-9 small pieces of bronze and lumps of slag continued to appear -- small bronze nails [ 19710297

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, 19710298
19710298
19710298 , 19710305
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19710305 ]

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  • Find #1
  • A-J 8-9
  • c.1.0m
  • Small bronze nail

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  • Find #1
  • A-J 8-9
  • c.1.0m
  • Small bronze nail

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19710305 19710305
  • Find #1
  • A-J 8-9
  • c.1.0m
  • Small bronze nail

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Sector A-E 2-2 produced heavy concentration of both large and small stones tightly packed together to a depth c. 1.10m. Within this stone "fill"relatively little pottery or architectural terra cottas.

Sector A-J, 8-9 -- in Sector G 8-9 heavy concetration of tile occurred at depth c. 1.05-1.20m Below this the earth was dark brown with carbonized matter.

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5. At depth c. 1.25m G-8 - just below tiles -- terra cotta rosetta of the lateral sima [joins p. 137 #14 ]

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  • Find #7
  • G-9
  • c. 1.25m
  • Several small fragments of bronze -- mixed among tiles

8. At depth c. 1.25m G-8 -- below the tiles -- beavy quantity of small bucchero pieces including one handle -- from several other fragments the cup was able to be restored.

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  • Find #15a
  • C-3
  • c.1.10
  • Fragment of banquet frieze

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  • Find #15
  • C-3
  • c. 1.10m
  • Fragment of banquet frieze

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16. At depth c. 1.30m G-8 -- 3 small fragments of rosetta -- [join p. 137 #14 ]

20. At depth c. 1.20m F-8 -- fragment of iron -- perhaps handle rectangular in cross-sect. -- next to this an iron nail. Besides these pieces was a heavy concentration of "slag".

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19710046
  • Find #20
  • F-8
  • c.1.20m
  • Fragment of iron -- perhaps handle rectangular in cross-sect
  • Fragment of banquet frieze
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Erik Nielsen. "EN II (1971-06-16):76-85; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 17/1971, ID:68". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/21d8d56a-7505-4572-9659-0f1ebbfe214f>

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