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Daily Log 29/7/10

29/7/10

Began the morning by trimming the southern and part of western and northern baulk walls. A pick pass was done in the northwestern corner of the trench to lower that area north of the rock feature which was not excavated yesterday. The stump roots in this area are hindering picking. Tile pottery and bone was found. Dirt was sorted into buckets and dumped. Another pick pass was done. More tile and pottery was uncovered and several large rocks were hit during the pick pass. The extent of this rock is unknown but it is already 30 cm x 30 cm. More roots were exposed and removed. A piece of terracotta shaped like a brick was recovered (S.F. #1). 2 pieces of slag were found and bulk slag was started.

#1 Terracotta Brick

Locus 2

5.47 E, 2.97 N

28.93 mAE

Another pick pass was done in the northwestern corner of the trench. The large rock uncovered in the previous pass was further defined. The last chunk of stump D was removed from the trench. Soil was sorted into buckets

and then dumped. Tile and pottery were found, pieces of flange were recovered. A piece of bronze cube was found (S.F #2).

#2 Bronze cube

Locus 2

6.62 E, 2.79 N

28.98 mAE

Another pick pass was done. The large rocks were further defined w/ the pick. The large roots were clipped and removed. Soil was sorted into buckets and dumped. More tile and pottery was found. In the bulk pottery a ridged piece of pottery was found, approximate coordinates were taken.

#3. Ridged Pottery

Locus 2

6.77 E, 3.03 N

28.90 mAE

P.M.

A pick pass was done in the northwestern part of the trench to lower the high spots. While cleaning a piece of crucible fragment was found (S.F. #4). Tile, bone, and pottery continue to be recovered. Another pick pass was done in the same area. A piece of coil made handle and rim (S.F. #5) and coil made rim (S.F. #6).

#4 Crucible Fragment

Locus 2

5.42 E, 2.98 N

28.88 mAE

#5 Coil Made Rim and handle

Locus 2

7.13 E, 2.31 N

28.85 mAE

#6 Coil made rim

Locus 2

6.60 E, 2.80 N

28.87 mAE

Sup. Find #8

Incised Pottery

Locus 2

Another pick pass was done in the northwestern corner to level the trench. Tile, pottery and bone were recovered. Roots were clipped. A piece of finger impressed tile (S.F. #7) was recovered. The southwestern corner was baulked with no finds. A tarp was layed over the trench to attempt to keep it dry.

#7 Finger Impress Tile

Locus 2

6.55 E, 3.17 N

28.92 mAE

Bulk Finds

Locus 2

2 Bowls Tile

1 ¼ Latte Pottery

1/8 Latte Bone

½ Latte Slag

Baulk Trim

14 pieces Tile

7 Pieces Pottery

2 pieces bone

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Andrew J. Carroll. "AJC I (2010-07-29):93-100; Daily Log 29/7/10 from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate A/Civitate A 65/2010, ID:621/Locus 2". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/4c5adf3c-7a13-445d-877b-c4a086599ff1>

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