July 23, 2001
We began this morning defining the tile fall and cleaning the trench. The photographer took photos (black and white) and color slides of the area with the tile fall defined as locus 6. We decided to leave the remaining tiles in situ for the time being and to spend the afternoon defining the area more.
We continued to define the area of locus 6 closer to the rock feature and south. More tiles are appearing closer to the rocks while fewer appear as we move south. More may appear as we take the locus deeper. It is intersesting to note that several of the tiles appear to be pushed against the rock feature, so most likely the rocks were in place before the tile fall occured. Several additional large pan tile fragments have become visible and a full width of cover tile. The cover tile will be taken down as soon as it is removed. We continued to define the tile fall throughout the day and more photographs will be taken in the morning. Today locus 6 produced half latte box of pottery and bone and three-fourths cassetta of terracotta and plaster.
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