July 8, 2004
Opening Elevations: Students:
- NW: 154 cm bd Hannah
- NE: 148 cm bd Andrew
- SW: 149 cm bd Chris
- SE: 152 cm bd
Tools: pick axe, trowels, plumb bob, line level, tape measure, buckets, dustpans
Soil: light brown crumbly with lots of plaster and charcoal
Passes: N two-thirds of trench.
- Find #2
- 27.25 m AE
- Rocchetto fragment
- Find #3
- 27.07 m AE
Pick pass begun in NE corner. PIck two-thirds of trench and sift in buckets in trench. Very large amounts of pottery, bone and terracotta. The locus has bhanged to the burn layer of the destruction of the orientalizing buildings.
Tools: pick axe, trowels, dustpans, buckets, wheelbarrow, plumb bob, line level, tape measure.
Soil: ligt brown crumbly with lots of plaster and charcoal inclusions, transitioning to charcoal filled burn layer.
Passes: South third of trench
- Find #5
- 27.18 m AE
- Decorated shell/bead?
Closing Elevations: day and locus 7:
- NW: 159 cm bd
- NE: 155 cm bd
- SW: 158.5 cm bd
- SE: 165.5 cm bd
Terracotta: 4 bowls
Pottery: 645 pieces
Other: Bone: 16-marked, 163 pieces; bulk bronze: 3 pieces (
Pick pass through souther third of trench recealed burn layer throughout trench. Significantly large increase in the amount of pottery and bone as well as larger pices of terracotta.
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