July 17, 1987
L/54-55 and P/54-55 were cleaned (in the direction of one another) to 70 cm level. 50 cm from topsoil at the baulk at K/54 produced a female antefix head from the Upper Building. L-O/55 revealed a rock pack. This pack runs north-south parallel to the trench and might be a wall of some sort. Tile fragments rest on top of a large stone in O/55. This is similar to a tile-rock find in R-S/56 at this level. Assorted pottery - all badly worn was found in this cut. Half a latte box was filled. Half a latte box of bone was also filled.
Washout in T-22 was lifted. Architectural tiles, plaster, pottery, bronze, and bone were all found. Tile was found in abundance. A piece of handle or possibly feline jaw was found in [information not given] . A double handle was found in [information not given] .
- Find 1
- Female antefix (with fragments)
Rock pack in L-O/55 was cleaned further and photographed. Large amounts of plaster are coming from this area.
Q/54 was brought down to the 70 cm level. Little was found in this cut. Several pieces of terracotta tiles with protruding edges on one side were found.
Washout in T-22 was lifted. Tile and plaster fragments were found in abundance. One half a tall latte box of pottery was found.
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