July 7, 1988
The cut in C/68-70 was extended to a depth of ca. 65cm. The soil was dark brown in color and contained a large concentration of small rocks. In addition, a small pocket of yellow, "plaster" soil was uncovered in the western corner of C/68, beginning at a depth of ca. 60cm and extending to the bottom of the cut to a depth of ca. 65cm. One cassetta of hevily worn pieces of tile and a few pieces of coarse pottery were recovered.
Work continued in T-26 east.
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