IV. Daily Log
A.M./P.M. 28 June 2016
T-83 was laid out this morning.
Opening photos were taken and co-ordinate elevations measured. The surface layer is designated locus 1 . Before photos were taken brush, plants and other organics were removed. Locus 1 is dark brown in color
and is humus in nature.
Opening co-ordinate elevations for locus 1 :
NW(80-E/43-S): 26.43 m. above absolute elevation (20 cm. below datum point)
NE(84-E/43-S): 26.42 m. above absolute elevation (21 cm. below datum point)
SE(84-E/46-S): 26.17 m. above absolute elevation (46 cm. below datum point)
SW(80-E/46-S): 26.07 m. above absolute elevation (56 cm. below datum point)
A pick-pass was carried out across the entire trench, which was lowered approximately 2-3 cm. A small bronze disk was found.
#1. Locus 1 83.5-E/44.4-S 26.26 m. above absolute elevation (37 cm. below datum point) Bronze disk
Anther pick-pass was started. This pass covered 3/4 of the trench excepting the southeast corner. This pass lowered the covered area approximately 2-3 cm. The soil of this locus contains numerous roots and stones fist-size and smaller. Approximately 20 small well-worn fragments of terracotta were recovered. Five sherds of pottery were found.
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