July 19, 1990
Architect drew section of meters K-N on the west baulk of meter 63. Another section was also drawn - meters 63-64 on the south baulk of meter J. The remainder of the morning was spent shaving the baulk along 65-68in meter L-M to enable an axiometric drawing of the rock pack level in this area: 66-68/K-L(M). A minimal amount of pottery was recovered from this operation as well as redware lid fragment.
Work continued shaving down the baulks defining the area within K-L(M)/66-68. The rock pack was swept down for a drawing by the architect. Work resumed in meters M-N/63-64 taking the level of the trench down to ~1330135 cm bd. 1 latte box of pottery and bone was recovered and a very small amount of pithos fragments. It appears that a new, more yellow soil is coming in at this level, but it is duffucult to discern since the soil is still faily wet.
Work also resumed in meters L(M)/69-70 bringing the level down to 135 cm bd. Approximately 3/4 of a late box of pottery and bones was found. The pottery is small and worn. Only a few diagnostic pieces. The soil continues to e dark burn layer with a concentration of carbon
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