July 15, 1996
We began this morning in Locus 4-5. They were each taken down approx. 10cm to ~50cm. this is about the same level as the red-brown soil with plaster inclusions in W73/S34. Locus 4 (see) yielded only 3 pieces of pottery in the light brown soil. At approx. 50cm the soil did change to the red-brown soil color. Locus 5, which is the half moon shape left behind by the removal of Locus 1 was a consistant dark/gray soil. This soil yielded 28 very fragmented pottery sherds and one piece of bone.
Work continued with the excavation of Locus 3. Also Locus 6 will be excavated. Totals will be taken at the end of the day.
July 15, 1996
The afternoon continued with the excavation of Locus 3 and 6. The soil in Locus 3 was scraped down approx 10cm to ~53cm. The soil now is a light brown with some plaster color. Locus 6 was also scraped approx 10cm to ~47cm. The soil remains dark gray. Only one piece of bone was recovered from Locus 3. Locus 6 yielded 22 pottery fragments and 6 bone fragments.
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