June 17, 1987
The second cut, 40 cm from the surface at Q, was continued. By noon, grids 58/Q-U had been cleared. Small amounts of badly worn tile and plaster are found, but plaster continues to be relatively scarce. A stump in T/58 was partially removed. Two bone fragments were found - one partially burned.
The orangeware fragments in T/59 were cleaned around. These appear to be from the same vessel as the fragments lifted yesterday. Photographs of these fragments in situ were taken. A tree root grows over these sherds.
Several lip fragments to a number of vessels were found in U/58. Much orangeware pottery is found as well. One piece of modern glazed pottery was discovered also. OF particular interest is a fragment of a ridgepole acroterion found in U/58.
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- Ridgepole acroterion
The ground surface in Q-U/56 was cleared of stones - one wheelbarrow full. The second cut, 40 cm from the surface at Q, was completed to Q-U/57. Tree stumps were removed from S/57 and Q-R/57. Very little plaster has been found. Tile fragments are badly worn. Orangeware and coarseware pottery has been found in these grids - all of it badly worn. The orangeware fragments in T/59 were lifted and brought to the magazino.
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