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Daily Log 22/7/16

22/7/16

AM

A pick pass was completed in locus 4 . While picking, a fine impasto base fragment with a siglum scratched into the bottom was recovered (SF #1).

Special Find #1

Fine impasto base with siglum

Locus 4

304.48 mASL

19.63 W, 4.25 S

20165025

Soil was broken up by hand and with picks and trowels and sorted into buckets. While sorting, a piece of ridge pole tile was found (SF #2).

Special Find #2

Ridge pole tile fragment

Locus 4

304.43 mASL

20.39 W, 4.31 S

The soil in this locus is a dense clay with inclusions of small stones, carbon, and a white crumbly material. Large amounts of pottery (mainly impasto, but also coarseware and fine impasto) and tile have been

recovered along with a very small amount of bone.

PM

No excavation was done in the trench as we were assisting in the excavation of locus 10 in VT-13 which abuts and is equivalent to VT-14's locus 4 .

Bulk Finds

Locus 4

Tile 1 1/8 bowls

Pottery 68 pieces (2 \xbd lattes)

Bone 4 pieces

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Suggested Citation

Andrew J. Carroll. "VT 14 (2016-07-22):49-52; Daily Log 22/7/16 from Italy/Vescovado di Murlo/Upper Vescovado/Vescovado 14/2016, ID:726/Locus 3". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/38133365-d462-4a3c-a5a7-58200bd4b200>

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