Daily Log 15 July 2014
15 July 2014
Excavation was suspended for themorning due to wet soil from rain. The morning was spent debackfilling the areaof T-45 and T-46. Erosion from T-67 which was built up ontop of the backfill ofT-45 and T-46 was removed and sorted through. T-45 was also bailed out of waterin order to create a safer work area.
The mud and water which remainedagainst the two exposed sides of T-67 were removed. From the sorted erosionsoil 1 bowl of tile and pottery and one bone were found. Locus 1 was picked inorder to uncover the extent of the possible tile fall which has been exposed in Locus 2 . In the picjpass two diagnostic bones (Special Find #1 and Special Find#2). A piece of unusual terracotta (Special Find #3) which could possibly bearchitectural terracotta was found, as well as an unusual flange with afinished notch (Special Find #4).
Special Find #1
Special Find #2
Diagnostic Bone and Associatedpieces (4)
Special Find #3
Special Find #4
Notched Pan Tile Flange
A second pickpass was completedover Locus 1 . A large amount of pottery and tile are being uncovered. Becauseof the proximity of the tile visible in the exposed wall to the level ofexcavation handpicks and trowels were used to lower thelevel of the trenchwhere tile was visible and the big pick over the other areas. A small piece ofburnt bone (Special Find #5) was found in the north of Locus 1 .
Special Find #5
A large amount of pottery cameout of the southern meter and may be associated pithos fragments. The trenchwas troweled from the north limit of Locus 1 from north to south. A bronzeflake (Special Find #6) was found while troweling in Locus 1 close to someexposed pottery.
Special Find #6
\xb7 NW-28.17 m.A.E.
\xb7 NE-28.23 m.A.E.
\xb7 SE- 28.04 m.A.E.
\xb7 SW-27.99 m.A.E.
Daily Totals Locus 1 :
\xb7 Terracotta-1 bowl
\xb7 Pottery- 36 pcs.
\xb7 Bone- 2 pcs.
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