Tuesday August 2, 1994
Work continued in H-I/20-22 to bring its floor level down to that in H-I 23-24. This work was completed, although no material was found. The soil was a gray clay with flecks of carbon at 110-115cm, but it became more sterile towards the bottom. It is not galestra but may be on top of it.
The yellow clay friable soil metnioned yesterday is a sizeable feature in the south baulk. It befins approximately 0.5m below the wall and measures approximately 0.7m long (E/W) by 0.25m high. It may be dissolved plaster, although it is unusually yellow in color for this site. It may also be the remains of a pathway(suggestion by E. Nielson). Whether it relates to a similar rectangular
soil feature of T-25 Y-Z/13-20 is unclear at this point, although probably unlikely.
Once the baulk has been trimmed, this feature can be drawn and examined more closely.
No pottery, no tile, no finds.
Work in maggazino.
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