Daily Log- 27 Jul 09
AM- Began by excavating in sections C & A, then later in section B. In section C the soil is still loose and brown. There are many inclusions and it has a mottled appearance, therefore it is still locus 6. In sections A & B the soil is brown with specks of carbon included. There is a fair amount of terracotta coming from these areas.
SF#1: Slipped pottery; Locus 6, El. 26.81; 58.37S/175.68E
SF#2: Vessel fragment; Locus 6, El. 26.77; 56.29S/175.86E
SF#3: Plaster; Locus 6, El. 26.83; 59.75S/176.00E
SF#4: Rocchetto fragment; Locus 7, El. 26.85; 60.43S/179.10E 20090213
SF#5: Ridged pottery; Locus 7, El. 26.85; 56.59S/181.62E
PM- Large pan tile and cover tile fragments are coming up out of section A. In section C, a good deal of carbon is appearing in the central part.
SF#6: Worked stone; Locus 6, El. 26.74; 58.24S/175.10E
Locus 6 Locus 7
Pottery- 40 CW body, 2 FW body 16 CW body, 11 CW rims
13 impasto body, 3 impasto rims 2 CW bases, 3 CW rims
3 CW rims, 2 CW handles 1 FW body
2 CW bases
Bone- 10 animal 18 animal
TC- 2 bowls 3 bowls
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