July 19, 1988
The first cut into the plaster layer (depth 0.70m) was finished. The rather large amount of pottery and tile continued. The amount of finds on the other hand, is much less than in P-R 65-71. very few pithos fragments were found. Tile is also less frequent than in P-R 65-71. A few fragments of bronze were found.
2/3 cassetta of tile and plaster, 2 1/2 box of pottery and 1 box of bone were found.
The backfill south of the baulk R 62-64 was removed to get the level of the floor.
- Find #1
- depth 0.70m
- spindle whorl
Since the balk P-R 65-64 was sloping, part of P-R 65 (western end) was taken down to 0.80m. Several pithos fragments were found and brought down to the magazzino. The larger pieces of tile and pithoi were left in situ. 1 cassetta of tile/plaster was removed and 2 boxes of pottery ( and a few bones) (coarseware, impasto but also a fair amount of bucchero and fine ware). The second cut into the plaster layer (depth 0.80-0.90m depending on the slope) was begun in P 64.
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