July 30, 2001 Tuesday
AM and PM
Closed loci 11, 12 and 13. Excavated locus 9 to remove the large pan tile with flange (find 1). Approximately underneath the pan tile that joins to find 1 was a rochetto with a horse stamp (find 2). While not directlybeneath it, the rochetto was unaccesable until the pan tile fragment was removed. The other goal was to remove the cover tile situated next to the pan tile. In removing it, several other tiles were removed. Special finds were then made of some of the tiles. Closing depths were taken at every metric point. Locus 9 tiles were left next to the datum point.
locus 9: 4 slingstons,9sherds of baulk pottery, 7special finds
- S89.20 E197.25
- 55.5 cm bd locus 9
- stamped rochettto
floor levels moving southward
the sudden jump at E199 is due to tile in the corner, making it difficult to level.
The dip is due to the excavation of special finds 1-7, this applies to 90S as well.
floors leveled moving eastward
lower elevations in 195 E due to definging tile spread
the dip is due to the excavation of a concentration of slingstones
the flattened area is locus 11
the slope is due to continued excavation of new featurs from the beggining of the tile spread south to the concentration of slingstones.
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