Monday, July 18, 1994
Continued work removing shelf in Y-Z/13-14 in a 10 cm. cut, bringing the area to a rough 130 cm. This area was very rich in material. The soil was dark brown with heavy carbon and plaster inclusions. Several large pieces of carbon (2-3 cm. in length) were also included. 6 latte boxes of pottery and bone fragments were recovered; mostly impasto and coarseware, but also bucchero, orangeware, and creamware. 3-4 small flakes of bronze were included with the pottery. 3/4 cassetta of plaster and tile were also recovered-about 12 fragments of tile, all pan tile some w/ flanges, and many plaster fragments with reed impressions. The day's finds included antler (#2, 5, 6), bronze slag (#4, 7, 9) and decorated pottery (#1, 3, 8, 10, 11, 12). A group of stones along the east edge of Z/14 seem very irregular but were left in situ.
- Find #2
- ~120-130 cm.
- barrow find
- Find #3
- Find #5
- barrow find
- Find #7
- 128 cm.
- bronze slag
- Find #9
- 132 cm.
- large bronze slag
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