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June 22

Boxes of Tiles 9

Boxes of Pottery 1

Work continued on T-17 -- sectors A-J 0-3. In sector A-C-1 at depth c. 1.45m -- hard yellow-greyish earth which appears to be a flooring or paving. Similar to that found in A-J 4-7 [see p. 74 and p. 160 ]. This paving seemed to stop abruptly in Sector D-1 being replaced by heavy concentration of large and small stones. Considerable quantity of tiles was found amoung the stones through relatively little

pottery came to light.

19710246

19710246
  • Find #3
  • H-2
  • c. 1.50m
  • Fragment of what appears to be hind quarters of lion statuette -- mixed in among tiles and carbon matter

19710078

19710077

19710077
  • Find #4
  • H-1
  • c. 1.50m
  • Fragment of a second bowl which preserves complete profile

    19710153

    19710153
  • 19711036

    • Find #7
    • G-1
    • c. 1.60 m
    • Fragment of terracotta "funnel" (this piece joins p. 155 #10 ), also joins fragments from J-4; H-4; D-3; D-1

    19710932

    • Find #8
    • G-1
    • c. 1.60m
    • Fragment of "camp stool" frieze -- next to the above

    9. At depth c. 1.50m H-3 -- under the tiles -- fragment of foot of statue -- next to this was oddly shaped fragment of terra cotta

    19710355

    19710355

    19710155

    19710155
    • Find #10
    • G-2
    • c. 1.50m
    • Gorgon head antefix

    11. Also below the tile layer, at depth c. 1.50m G-2-H-3 -- large quantity of pottery including pot almost competely preserved [ 10710082 ]. This area also produced large quantity of pithos fragments lying close together as well as fragment of vessel similar to p. 61 #5. Together with these were oddly shaped fragments of terra cotta which might be parts of statues [ 19710152

    19710152
    19710152 ]. The majority of the sherds in this area seemed to be of rougher, coarser fabric -- less bucchero was found here than in the adjacent sector to the east.

    Among the pottery from the area -- profile of second pot was able to be reconstructed from the fragments preserved [ 19710150

    19710150
    19710150 ].

    19710082

    19710082
    • Find #11
    • G-2-H-3
    • c. 1.50m
    • Pot almost completely preserved

    19710152

    19710152 19710152
    • Find #11
    • G-2-H-3
    • c. 1.50m
    • Oddly shaped fragments of terra cotta which might be parts of statues

    19710147

    19710147
  • Find #11
  • G-2-H-3
  • c. 1.50m
  • Profile of secon pot reconstructed from fragments

    19710150

    19710150 19710150
  • Find #11
  • G-2-H-3
  • c. 1.50m
  • Profile of small¬†bowl
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    Erik Nielsen. "EN II (1971-06-22):103-109; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 17/1971, ID:68". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/78517b6e-e3b7-427e-849e-71c1d5fd2ac4>

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