July 26, 1988
A fourth cut was taken in D-E/68-70 to a depth of 40-45cm. The soil was dark brown in color and contained a heavy concentration of yellow, disintegrated plaster. A large amount of pottery (2 boxes), including pieces of impasto, grey ware, orange ware and buccheroid, and bone (1 box) were found in the cut. A few worn pieces of tile were also discovered.
A cut was begun in G-H/68-70 to a depth of ca. 95cm. The soil was dark brown in color and contained some small chunks of carbon. Several large rocks from the rock pack were removed in meters H/68-9. One quarter cassetta of tile was found in the cut. No pottery was discovered.
Work continued in T-26 east.
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