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19670069

19670069
  • Find #1
  • 1V
  • Pottery fragment decorated with circles

19670442

19670442
  • Find #6
  • 1T
  • Statue frag., left forearm and wrist

19670463

19670463
  • Find #2
  • 1NRT
  • Ridgepole tile, fragment

July 18

1V The trench was taken down to 35cm. Very few tiles (3boxes) and some sherds (1/4 box). An irregular stone pavement was cleared, which appeared along the wall with a great concentration of stones for 2m faving N from the edge of the wall, further N and E the stones were much more scattered. The two stone constructions described p. 51 were cleared, and seemed to continue N as some more stones appeared at the very end (N) of the trench. The gap in the wall appeared very clearly, and also at the E edge there seemed to be a break (?) in the wall.

19670420

19670420

1W Continued removing topsoil. Few tiles (2.5 boxes) and a foot were found. Scattered stones appeared in great n8umber. A great concentration of lumps of coarse plaster made of a yellowish clay with long semi-circular depressions as if made by fingers - possibly formed by plastering the clay over a reed framework.

1X A new trench was laid out parallel to the trenches 1R, 1T and 1V, .

19670071

  • Find #1
  • 1U
  • Bucchero fragment with head
  • Other fragments from the same pot found in general area

19670314

19670314
  • Find #1A
  • 1U
  • Frieze horse race

19670316

19670316
  • Find #1B
  • 1U
  • Frieze horse race

1U The second course was taken off. Near the western edge toward the agger - several large stones appeared well above the level of the wall in 1G. Tile was very light (less than 1 box). The stones were left on the change that together with the red strip in 1S and several other small stone clusters they might form part of a house built over the fallen temple.

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Timothy Gantz. "TG II (1967-07-18):54-59; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 1AN/1967, ID:523". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/4f8efe29-14e5-4773-8cd6-27abe659decf>

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