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Methodology

Elevations will be recorded using a laser level that will be synched with a datum point established on a tree to the south west of the trench. The absolute elevation of this point is 28.58m ae. The laser level will be set up along a cleared off area between T-45 and T-46.

Terracotta will be collected in bowls with an approximate volume of 2959.21 cm cubed and then discarded at the end of the day.

Ceramic and Bone will be collected in individual latte boxes with an approximate volume of 1 liter and counted box.

All other material, save modern refuse, will be kept and brought down as finds or noted in the trench book.

The dirt dump for the trench is located to the north and slightly east of the trench. The terracotta waste pile is located along the northeast corner of the trench (part had to be moved during the layout of the trench).

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Jason P. Bauer, Joseph R. Vansuch. "JPB V (2007-06-20):7-8; Methodology from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 45/2007, ID:584/Locus 1". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/7a457a39-95b2-409b-a002-a0efb0bff9aa>

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