Pottery Summary and Diagnostic Profiles
A total of 78 sherds of pottery were recovered from CB 41 in the 2010 season. Over 70% of the ceramics were either impasto or coarseware. Nearly 70% of these came from Locus 2, with a particular concentration of pottery in the north-eastern corner of the trench. The pottery in Locus 1, while being fewer was scattered throughout the whole trench. None of the pottery from CB 41 was catalogued.
Drawings of pottery profiles:
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