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Diagnostic Drawings - Pottery Analysis

Diagnostic Drawings:

Locus 1

Medieval - Base

Locus 2

Coarseware - Rims

Coarseware - Handle

Locus 2

Coarseware - Bases

Coarseware - Tondo

Impasto - Handles

Impasto - Rims

Impasto - Bases

Fine Impasto - Bases

Fine Impasto - Rim

Fine Impasto - Handles

Pottery Analysis:

There were 22 fragments of diagnostic pottery that were recovered from CB 50. The majority (146 out of 158) was recovered from Locus 2 and very little was recovered from Locus 1 . There was a Medieval fragment (diagnostic base) recovered from Locus 1 , indicating that this group of pottery is not dateable given it was in a a compromised locus. All pottery was very worn, abraded and encrusted.

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Suggested Citation

Jennifer K. Woods. "JKW I (2011-08-08):77-84; Diagnostic Drawings - Pottery Analysis from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate B/Civitate B 50/2011, ID:642". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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