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The area to be excavated, designated as T-18 "Northern Extension," lies to the north of the north wall of the monumental building complex.  The area was first excavated by Jenifer Neils in 1972 ( ).

Still visible in the area excavated by J. Neils are the foundations of walls of two rooms.  An east-west wall defines the southern boundary of the rooms which are separated by a north-south wall.  The eastern room is designated as T-19, the western as T-18 (both "north extensions").  The rooms have been excavated, perhaps down to a floor level.  Large amounts of pottery were removed from T-19 (see and ).  For the stratigraphy of room T-18, see JN I, p. 172 .  For a plan of the area with plotting of tile and pottery layers, see JN I, p. 184 .

The grid system used by J. Neils will be adopted herein.

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Gregory Warden. "GW III (1975-06-03):0-1; Introduction from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 19/1975, ID:78". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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