Photos of trench.
June 17, 1975
Work continued on the final cleaning of the room T18 n.e. in grids J-P/28-30. The earth was cleaned only down to the plaster/burnt earth stratum, where it was visible.
In grids N/28-30, the earth slopes down sharply to what is possibly the rear wall of the room. This area, when brushed down, revealed a stone packing. The red plaster/burnt earth was not in evidence in this area.
The area was cleaned and prepared for photography.
Excavation began on T19 grids J-M/26-27. The brush and tall grass were cleared from the area and then a cut c. 20 cm was taken in grids J/26-27. A large amount of tile and plaster were found near the surface in this area.
- Find #1
- J/27, just off surface
Fragment of a loom weight
After the grass and topsoil were removed, another 20 cm layer of soil was excavated - this soil was dark brown.
1 cassetta of tile - dumped.
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