July 7, 2004
Opening Elevations: Students:
- NW: 154 cm bd Jan
- NE: 147 cm bd Emily
- SW: 143 cm bd
- SE: 144 cm bd
7 am -12pm
Tools: pick axe, trowels, buckets, dustpans, wheelbarrow, plumb bob, line level, tape measure.
Soil: light brown, crumbly with lots of plaster and charcoal.
Passes: one-third SW and one-third SW- finishing pass and beginning
Began the morning finishing thre pick pass that wasn\'t finished on July 6, 2004 in the SW third of the trench. Began a second pick pass in the SW corner. Once again there are a large number of large pieces of terracotta in the SW.
- Find #2
- 27.16 m AE
- Decorated bucchero
- Find #4
- 27.21 m AE
- Decorated pottery
Tools: pick axe, trowels, dustpans, wheelbarrows, line level, plumb bob, tape measure
Soil: light brown crumbly with lots of plaster and charcoal.
Passes two-thirds pick pass in center of trench.
- NW: 154 cm bd
- NE: 148 cm bd
- SW:149 cm bd
- SE: 152 cm bd
Pick pass thorugh center of trench. Soil is full of many plaster and charcoal inclusions. Lots of pottery, terracotta, and bone. Sorting in trench in buckets.
Terractotta: 3 and three-quarters bowls
Pottery: 128 pieces
Other: 46 pieces of bone
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