A.M. 9 July 2009
Excavation continued in locus 3 this morning. The southwest corner of the trench is showing a soil change which is being left intact for now until all of locus 3 is excavated from the trench.
Excavation continued in locus 3 this afternoon. Approximately two pick passes were completed today, lowering the trench an average of 10-15 cm. Approximately 10 1/2 bowls of terracotta fragments were recovered among which was a pithos fragment. Stones fist size and larger are frequently appearing throughout the trench. Approximately 3/4 latte box of pottery sherds was found along with 18 fragments of bone, 2 pieces of shell and one tooth. A fragment of bronze was made a bulk find.
- Find #1
- 27.16 m. above absolue elevation
- Locus 3
- Sherd with black slip
- Find #2
- 27.10 m. above absolute elevation
- Locus 3
- Sherd with slip
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