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July 19, 1972

Work continued in Trenches 18 and 19.  Three men continued to clear the topsoil stratum from T-18 J-M/28-30.  This soil contains small chipped rocks and a few fragments of terracotta and pottery.  It is dark brown in color.  At the same time, Angelo began to clear the topsoil from an area 8 m square directly east of the north extension of T-19.  This area is designated T-19 J-M/34-35.  The dark brown topsoil here contains small chipped rocks and a few fragments of pottery and terracotta.

  • 1 cassette of tiles from T-19 J-M/34-35 topsoil
  • 1 cassette of tiles from T-18 K-M/28-30 topsoil


  • Find #2
  • T-18 J-L/28-30
  • Topsoil
  • Banquet frieze plaque fragment, part of dog under right table


  • Find #3
  • T-18 J/30
  • Brown soil stratum
  • Procession frieze plaque fragment, preserves part of camping stool


  • Find #5
  • T-18 J/30
  • Brown soil stratum
  • Banquet frieze plaque fragment, preserves part of left edge


  • Find #7
  • Fragment of cover tile, Gorgon backer


  • Find #8
  • Fragment of lateral sima


  • Find #9
  • Fragment of ridgepole tile
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Jennifer Neils. "JN I (1972-07-19):122-127; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 19/1972, ID:77". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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