July 10, 1975
Work continued in grid K/27 (T-18): More "redware" but getting scarcer. The sterile bright yellow calciferous soil is now more abundant.
Work continued in grids G-H/34-35 (cut #5). Pottery is now much scarcer. A few pieces of good bucchero are in evidence, unusually associated with brown soil and carbon.
- Find #1
- 3 cm beneath the surface
Piece of painted Italo-Corinthian ware
- Find #2
Spindle whorl found in dark brown soil
1 cassetta of tile dumped
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