1M The wall running south was cleaned and found to break or end completely 12.75m from the northeast corner. However, about 3 m from the corner the stones began to become scattered off line and small gaps appeared as if the area had been distributed by a plow. After 3.5 more meters mnore solid construction reappeared and continued almose to the end of the trench were it seemed to turn both east and west. There was also a concentration of small stone inside what would be the southeast corner of the enclosure. There were few tiles.
1N Continued removing of topsoil. Few pieces of tile. IN the second layer there were found a few pieces of tile and three fragments of banqyet frieze (3.30m S, 5.70m W) which fitted with #5 Tr. 1L. Large fragments of tile
- Find #3
Furniture leg (?) - Seated statue fragment, top of hat (1971)
- Find #4
Furniture leg (?) - Seated staute fragment, top of hat (1971)
found adjacent to the wall which were cleaned and photographed (4.15m W, 3.80m S).
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