July 24, 1969
For T6E (1) see p. 95
Second layer of about 10 cms. (the layer under the topsoil) was removed from the north half of the trench (on grid, B-G). The earth was rich and contained some small stones; it was packed with worn tile fragments and pottery.
In the layer was found:
- sima. G-4 (Very small grooves and bulges)
- processional frieze I-3 (2 figures)
- Sima or cornice
- unidentified terra-cotta piece
- fragment of sima. H-5
- fragment of sima in 2 pieces. H-5
- cornice. H-6
- sima. H-6. Very small and worn.
- Find #2
- T6E (2); I-3
Processional frieze, two figures
A thrid layer (the second after the topsoil) was removed. Work started from the south-west corner. The trench was now below the level of T8 in the northwest corner, but higher than T7 along the west edge. Altoghether, 6 boxes of tile dumped today.
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