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June 6, 1978

The two meter cut in J-N 0-1 was continued to the north through P.  Again, heavy stones irregularly placed c. 0.25 m. below the ground surface.  The width of the cut in N-P was extended two meters to the east (N-P 2-3).  A series of large boulders extends east-west in N, meeting the wall at the western edge of T-17 at a right angle.  The boulders occur c. 0.50 m. below ground level and do not present the same construction as that of the "western wall."

Tiles exposed at the base of the "western wall" (c. 0.80 m. below its surface) at its southern exposure in J 0-1 were cleaned down and the adjacent area to the south cleared to reveal a continuation of the same.  Pottery fragments are intermingled with tile as well as carbon.

Tile count: 1 box

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Sarah Leach. "SL I (1978-06-06):7; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 22/1993, ID:411". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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