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June 14, 1978


Boxes of tile: 2

Boxes of pottery: 2

Grids D-E/28-30 were excavated this morning up to the edge of the galestra layer residing in grids A-C/28-30.  Part of the galestra stratum was removed down to a tightly packed area of large stones which may prove to be the natural bedrock of the slope.

Material unearthed in the brown soil of grids D-E/28-30 included some bucchero fragments, coarseware chunks, and a box of pan tile pieces.  Section E-28 yielded part of a terracotta rosette.

A second cut was started in grids F-G/28-30 through a brown soil layer intermixed with a small stone packing and tile fragments.


No work in the afternoon.

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James Hare. "JH II (1978-06-14):26-27; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/North Terrace/North Terrace 2/1978, ID:254". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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