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August 13, Tuesday

T1 AN Topsoil was taken off in extension 2 of trench T1 AN in the remaining southern part. IN the second layer, down to a depth of ca 50cm a vast number of sima fragments appeared, mainly in grid F3-4 and G4-5. Mixed in with the sima (heads, waterspouts, rosettes, and sima-tiles) were tiles, a few vase fragments (pithoi) and a very well-preserved pieces of banquet

19680742

19680742
  • Lateral Sima frag.
  • T1 AN, G5

19680743

19680743
  • Lateral Sima frag.
  • T1 AN, F4

19680744

19680744
  • Lateral SIma frag.
  • T1 AN, G5

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19680652

19680653

19680653

19680655

19680655
  • Waterspout attachment frag.
  • T1 AN

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19680649

19680648

19680648

19680647

19680647

19680641

19680641

19680639

19680639

19680640

19680640

19680650

19680650

19681027

19681027
  • Lateral Sima frag.
  • T1 AN, F3

19680449

19680449

19680450

19680450

19680451

19680451

19680464

19680464

19680468

19680468

frieze. The grid G5 appeared all on top of each other, a complete width of a tile (or sima-tile?), an exquisite piece of banquet frieze, sima cornice, and three sima heads. 17 boxes of tiles and sima-tiles were dumped. 10 boxes of sima fragments were carried down, 2 boxes od banquet frieze.

19680502

19680502
  • Sima cornice
  • Joins head on (no. 6 on p. 248 )

The tilebed in T S1, see plan p. 186 , was lifted. It produced 1 1/2 boxes of tiles and coarse pottery, some of it burnt. The scattered stones were left and only the visible tiles lifted without getting into the burnt stratum.

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19680207

19680482

19680482
  • Find #14
  • Lateral sima
  • Upper r. corner marked T1 AL (G2) remainder T1 AN

19680483

19680483
  • Find #15
  • Lateral sima frag.

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19680481
  • Find #16
  • Lateral sima frag.

*For other lateral sima frags. from T1 AN see p. 255 , finds 35-40.

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Timothy Gantz. "TG II (1968-08-13):227-230; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 1AN/1967, ID:523". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/439e93bf-b647-4d47-b28c-1f31c38d90d8>

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