Tuesday July 17, 2001
Meters 80S 197E and 198E and 79S 197E and 198E in locus 2 were picked ~5-10cm dropping the floor level to 40cm.b.s. 2/3 cassette of terracotta and \xbc latte box of pottery was recovered from locus 2. A major root in 80S 198E was removed and due to the difficulty of keeping the area near the stump level, the stump was made a new locus, 6. The soil became finer and flecked with white and this was labeled locus 7. Locus 7 also appeared beneath locus 5. Locus 6 confines are 79S 198E, 79S 199E, 80S 198E, 80S 199E and 79.39S 198.32E. Locus 7 confines are 80S 199E, 81S 199E, 81S 197E, 82S 197E, 82S 195E, 80.45S 195E, 80S 198E, 80.5S 197E.
View of trench July 17, 2001
A pick pass was made in Locus 7. Meters 80S 197E and 198E were dropped to 40-45cm.b.s. but 80S 195E and 80S 196E and 81S 195E and 196E were dropped to a depth of 50-60cm.b.s. 1 cassette of terracotta and \xbd latte box of pottery were recovered. The area near the rock pack was cleaned and defined. 1/16 cassette of terracotta was recovered from the trim. A second layer of large rock has appeared but the rock layer needs further defining. A large pithos fragment showing the edge of a handle was found and 3 slingstones.
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