June 8, 1988
This morning an area was cleared out for a test trench, to be designated CB20, 4 meters to the south of CB15. Trial excavations conducted in 1968 in CB15 (see P. Small, Bk. 1, p. 20 - 30 ) previously produced a large body of archaeological material, including a lateral sima waterspout, which may indicate the existence of a building in the area. A 6x8 meter trench oriented north-south was marked out with a compass. This trench is located ca. 4 meters to the south of CB15, ca. 5 meters to the east of Cb18 and ca. 4 meters to the west of CB19 (see H. Linden drawing number 16/1971 for the location of these trenches).
Topsoil cuts to a depth of ca. 10 cm. were begun in the northwest corner of the trench in meters A/5-6 and in the northeast corner of the trench in meter A/1. The soil dark brown in color and
extremely wet from continual rain. A few badly worn covertile fragments and a piece of pithos rim were discovered in the northeast cut in meter A/6.
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