June 23, 1993
Extended cut in H-I/48-49 west into meters H-I/46-47 to an approximate depth of 75-85 cm. The soil remained medium brown with a few larger pieces of bone, and 1/8 of a latte box of pottery and an 1/8 of a cassetta of tile fragments. Trowelling in the southern edge of I/48 revealed find number 1, 2 fragn\xecments of the rim of a creamware dish.
Removed part of the tile concentration in meters H-I/43-45. Among the 3 cassette of tile fragments removed from this area were find number 2, a tile with a finger-impressed mark and fins number 3, several joining fragments of a ridge pole tile. Continued to level the floor in the northern portion of G/42-43. Soil was medium brown with almost no pottery (only 3 small fragments) but tile was frequent. River stones removed from H-I/45 and 2 from G/47.
- find 1
- 85 cm
- creamware with paint
Continued clearing and lifting tile in meters H-I/45-43, and leveling the area to a depth of approximately 65-70 cm. The soil in this area became dark brown and sandy with inclusions of carbon just below the tile layer. I cassetta of tile and very little pottery or bone, although a small bronze flake was found in this area. A portion of frieze plaque (find number 4) and fragment of (possible handle) heavily vitrified ceramic, find number 6. Work continued in the north section of meter G/42. The area was leveled and baulk scraped. Very little pottery or bone was found, but fragmented tile were frequent. Soil was medium brown. In meters I/49-46 the area along the baulk was trimmed down to approximately 75-85 cm to complete the cut begun in this area this morning. The soil was medium to dark brown with inclusions of carbon and plaster. Tile, pottery, and bone were infrequent but a piece of antler was discovered (find number 5) in I/49-
- find 4
- 72 cm
- fragment of frieze, procession frieze
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