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- Corinthian Vase frag
Agger 9 - Section B
Work began on removing the capping stones.
Fill continued to be removed. The northern edge of a stone foundationi wall, running EW & onlune with the major EW wall defining the southern end of the complex was located 9.7m from the southern EW wall in Agger 5. Found within the wall was a small piece of pottery - reddish-orange fabric with black paint, and in the fill a sherd of tannish fragment with red & black paint, perhaps Corinithian. Usual pottery & tiles.
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