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1: 0

2: 0

3: 0

4: 1 pc bronze

1 bronze fibula fragment 20090027

5: 0

6: 0

7: 0

8: 0

9: 0

10: 1 pc slag

11: Modern barbed wire

fragment of bronze vessel 20090185

12: 0

13: 0

14: 0

15: 2 pc. bronze

Total: 4 pcs. bronze, 1 pc slag, & some modern barbed wire

In 2009, metals of any sort were not a numerically significant portion of the finds uncovered in Tesoro 56. Both the barbed wire & the vessel fragment were located in the baulks, but each was easily

traced to their respective loci. The barbed wire indicates that the southern portion of Locus 11 &Loci 10, 8, 9, & 5 are all backfill, but otherwise no conclusions about Tesoro-56's area of Poggio Civitate can be made on the basis of its metal finds.

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Joseph R. Vansuch. "JRV II (2009-08-02):209-212; Metal Summary from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 56/2009, ID:616". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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