June 24, 2003
Picking was done over the entire 5 x 5 m area excpet for the southeast corner where the galestra-like soil was already exposed. It was decided that the "sling stones" were naturally occuring, and so Locus 2 stones that are not excpetional will be counted and disposed of at the end of the day. Stones on or in the surface of the gylestra-like layer will be left in situ. The only notable find this morning was a piece of inscribed terracotta.
The floor around the baulk walls was brought down to the level of the rest of the trench. The light soil was visible, but the dried-out Locus 2 soil made it difficult to trowel and define the contours of the Locus 3 layer. A piece of plastic will be cut tonight to keep the soil moist from now on.
- 343 pieces of terracotta (1/2 bucket)
- 40 pieces of ceramic (1/3 latte box)
- 1 piece of plaster
- 1 piece of inscribed terracotta ( )
- 6 "sling stones"
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