July 2, 1975
Work continued in T-18, T-19, grids I/29-35. In grids I/32-33, the southern part of the east west wall was cleaned. The foundations, seemingly of smaller stones than room J-P/28-30, is of approximately the same width as the southern wall foundation of this room. The plaster encountered yesterday in grid I/32 seems to continue to the east; it may be a pavement.
- Find #2
- T-19 I/33
- Top of wall foundation
- Decorated bucchero plate
- Find #6
- T-19 I/35
- Level of top of wall foundation
- Banquet frieze
In grid I/29, a heavy concentration of pottery was unearthed, including an entire bucchero foot which had been smashed down against tile and rocks. Plaster and carbon concentration was also in evidence.
In grid I/35, numerous fragments of bone were found at the top level. From this same area came the bronze fragment and a large piece of banquet frieze.
III cassette of tile dumped.
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