July 19, 1991
Clearing with mestaline and brushes continued in meters J-K/12 to a depth of ca. 65 cm. The soil in these meters was predominantly light grey brown in color with a light concentration of small chunks of carbonized wood. In addition, a number of small stones were uncovered in the northern half of meter J/12. These stones, however, appear to be only randomly placed. The soil along the southern edge of meters J-K/12, although also light brown in color, was more densely packed. The pocket of galestra uncoverred in the eastern and central portino of meter K/12 was further defined. It now appears to
continue further to the east into the trench baulk. One half of box of impasto sherds, four small pieces of bone and a piece of slag were found in the light grey soil. Clearing also continued int eh northern edge of meter J/14 and in meter J/15 to a depth of ca. 128 cm. The soil along the nerthern edge of meter J/14 and the western half of meter J/15 was light grey-brown in color with some small roots. Five pieces of worn impasto were found in the light gray-brown soil. The trench floor in meters G-I/15 was scraped to a dpth of ca. 140 cm. The soil in the eastern half of meter I/15 was dark grey brown
in color with a light concentration of carbonized wood and disintegrated yellow and orange plaster. Only two pieces of pottery were found in the dark grey brown soil. Clearing was also begun in meters H-I/13. This area had been previously excavated to a depth of ca. 95-100 cm. last year. The soil in this area was dark grey brown in color with a heavy concentration of carbonized wood and disintegrated red and yellow plaster. In addition, several small to medium size stones were uncovered in meter H/(13. One half of a box of impasto sherds, a few pieces of bone and a few small pieces of vitrified tile were found in the grey soil. A poorly preserved
bronze pin was discovered in meter H/13 at 100 cm.
J-K/11-12 at 65-70 cm..
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