July 1, 1975
Excavation continued in grid K-L/26, cleaning the yellow stratum and tile layer. The heavy tile fall, so far, seems to be contained to grids J-K/26. The pottery is more scarce in grids K-L/26 than it was in grids K-L/27.
Excavation also continued in grid I/32, T-19. A heavy layer of plaster, some of it red in color, was encountered. In the eastern end of grid I/31, a large coarseware pot (only partially preserved) was found imbedded in the ground covered by a tile which seems to have fallen on it and smashed it. When excavated, a heavy carbon deposit was found underneath the pot. Since this carbon deposit is in a lower stratum, it is being left for the time being.
- Find 1
- T-18 I/28
- c. 10 cm below level of foundation wall
- Banquet frieze plaque fragment, preserving part of a table and dog
4 cassette of tile dumped
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