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July 27, 2001


We continued to work in the new extensions. Locus 9 was definted and the baulk walls were trimmed. Locus 9 is characteristically heavy in carbon and plaster. The soil has an orange-pink tint as well. Only a quarter latte box of pottery was recovered during the baulk trimming. A pass was made with the pick into locus 9 and we continued to work in locus 9 throughout the morning. A great deal of burned bone and carbon has been found and several large fragments of coarseware vessels. Tile continues to appear, but in fragmentary forms.


We continued work in locus 9 making several additional pickpasses. More rocks are beginning to appear and we continue to find burned material including vitrified plaster. By the end of the day, locus 9 produced 3 latte boxes of pottery and bone and 1 cassetta of terracotta and plaster.

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Kristin L. Hostetler. "KLH IV (2001-07-27):64-67; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 18/2001, ID:459". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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