IV. Daily Log
A slight amount of excavation was carried out in locus 12 to remove what was left of the dark olive-brown soil. No material was found and the locus was closed. The area immediately under locus 12 was declared locus 13 . The soil of this locus is olive-brown in color. Elevations and photos were taken.
Opening co-ordinate elevations for locus 13 :
NW(84-E/47-S): 25.86 m. above absolute elevation (77 cm. below datum point)
NE(85-E/47-S): 25.88 m. above absolute elevation (75 cm. below datum point)
SE(85-E/50-S): 25.69 m. above absolute elevation (94 cm. below datum point)
SW-1(83-E/50-S): 25.69 m. above absolute elevation (94 cm. below datum point)
SW-2(83-E/49-S): 25.69 m. above absolute elevation (94 cm. below datum point)
SW-3(84-E/49-S): 25.72 m. above absolute elevation (91 cm. below datum point)
A pick-pass and a half were completed across the locus until rain put a stop to excavation.
Approximately 1/3 bowl of terracotta fragments was recovered. Approximately 1/5 latte box of pottery sherds was found. One special find was made.
#1. Locus 13 84.6-E/48.2-S 25.75 m. above absolute elevation (88 cm. below datum point) Bronze flake
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