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June 16, 2003


This morning most all of the stumps and large roots were removed, and Locus 2 was found in most areas.  There were no special finds this morning.  In the northeast area, a possible line of rocks in the Locus 2 soil was revealed.


Wec ontinued to take down some high areas in the afternoon and cleaned up loose soil.  One find was a strange, abnormal

piece of terracotta.  Impending rain may make the square easier to clean up because it will keep the dust down.  The trench is at Locus 2 soil everywhere, except for one area around a tree.


Locus 1:

  • 385 pieces of terracotta tile
  • 4 impasto ceramic fragments
  • 1 pythos rim fragment


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Robert Wanner. "RWWI (2003-06-16):25-27; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro South Terrace/Tesoro South Terrace 1/2003, ID:505/Locus 1". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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