June 30, 2004
Pickaxed and troweled to the level of the while soil across the trench. Elevations taken for Locus 4.
Opening Elevations for Locus 4
NW 21.72m NE 21.595m SW 21.63m SE 21.55m
Pickaxed through Locus 4, sifted into the wheelbarrow die to the infrequency of any finds in teh area. On one of the pickpasses a large stone was dislodged and under it was a darker soil, reminicent of Locus 2, including a few pieces of pottery ans well as flecks of carbon and ceramic.
The darker soil/ pocket of Locus 2 under the rock ended and thus it is probable that it was deposited when the rock eroded down the hill. Trowled/pickaxed to bedrock across the trench and then trimmed the baulk walls. Closing elevations taken for the trench.
Closing Elevations for Extention
NW 21.61m NE 21.52m SW 21.55m SE 21.48m
- 5 pieces of ceramic
- 3/4 casetta of terracotta
- 13 pieces of pottery
- 11 pieces of pottery
- 1 piece of bone
Trench was closed for the season. Photographs taken and western baulk wall was drawn by the architect.
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