July 14, 1984
Tile was lifted from the southeast corner of S/58. Some showed burn and there was a little slag and a couple isolated carbon spots. One-third box of mostly unburned coarseware was fuond.
Floor was uncovered in Q-X/79-82.
In Q/59-61, the cut was brought down first to ~75 cm, then to the trench floor level of ~1-1.05 m. The red burn area where all the fine ware was found continued in Q/59-61 at about 80 cm. Several incised bucchero fragments were found, including one with a stamp. About two cassette of tile and plaster chunks, some quite large and with reed impressions, were found. Occasionally, there was a piece of slag or vitrified material but except for the red area, no burn in the soil. Three boxes of pottery were mostly fineware and bucchero, including a little bone and coarseware. A lot of plaster was found in Q/59, both in chunks and coloring the soil. At floor level, particularly in Q/60, there was a heavy carbon layer.
In V-X/58-57, the cut was completed to 40-50 cm. The next cut in V/58-57 went to the floor level at about 60-65 cm. Some soil was left over the floor. OF two boxes of pottery, there was a little bucchero, mostly impasto and some was burned. Very little tile was found.
There was a little plaster and vitrified material.
In XY/72-73, more course tiles were uncovered. Some were in rather poor shape and show signs of burning with burnt plaster over them. The uncovered areas were painted with PVA.
In P/83, the cut was continued down to floor level. The soil was brown throughout with no slag or carbon. Of two cassette of tile, only 4-5 pieces were burnt. Of the pottery, most was impasto with some fineware and bone.
- Find #2
- To floor
"Waster" with fingermarks
- Find #3
- ~50 cm
- Find #4
- ~101 cm
- In plaster area
Incised stamped bucchero
- Find #5
- ~1 m
- (b) red
Incised bucchero incl. lip
- Find #7
- w/ tile (b)
- Find #10
- ~55 cm
- Find #12
Ionic loose fragment
- Find #13
- Find #14
Painted Ionic ware
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