July 9, 1973
Work continued in Agger 10. In the morning five workmen cleared topsoil from the entire area of the trench, grids K-N, 0-8. The topsoil stratum contains many chipped rocks of various sizes and a few scattered extremely weathered tile fragments. Terracotta fragments include pan-tiles , cover-tiles and a few very worn frieze plaque fragments.
Two workmen excavated the top of the Agger, grids K-N, 3-6. Here lying at the surface were many, very large rocks nearly forming a N-S line along the top of the Agger. Two other workmen excavated below topsoil in grids K-L, 5-8. Here, the vase fragments and statue leg fragment were found.
3 cassetti of tiles - discarded
1 strawberry carton - coarse ware.
- Find # 1
- Agger 10 grid L/M, 5/6 (topsoil)
- Banquet Frieze Placque Fragment
extremely worn, preserves one hole
- Find # 2
- Agger 10 grid M, 3/4 (topsoil)
- Procession Frieze Placque Fragment
- extremely worn, part of one wheel
- Find # 5
- Agger 10 grid L-5 (topsoil)
- Statue Fragment
Hat (?), Animal leg (?)
- Find # 6
- Agger 10 grid M-3
- Frieze Placque Fragment - Banquet (?)
Preserves guilloche + 2 feet (?)
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