July 21, 1988
The cut begun yesterday in meters A-B/68-70 was completed to a depth of ca. 85cm. The soil in the cut was yellow-grey in color, very loose in substance and contained dense chunks of white, powdery, clay-like material. No material was discovered in the yellow-grey soil. The large stump in B/69-70 was further cleared down. The soil in teh stump was dark brown in color. A few small, worn pieces of tile were removed from the roots of the stump.
A cut was completed in G-H/68-70 to a depth of ca. 65-70cm. The soil was dark brown in color and contained many small rocks. Several larger rocks were removed from the base of the cut in meters G/68-70. All of these rocks were from the same stratum as the rock pack in E-F/68-70. One
quarter of tile and a few pieces of coarse pottery were found in the cut.
The cut in A-B/68-70 wa extended to a depth of ca. 90-95cm. The soil was yellow-grey in color, very loose in substance and contained dense chunks of white, powdery, clay-like material. A sample of these white chunks was taken down to the magazzino. Beginning at a depth of ca. 90cm, small concentrations of orange, powdery soil also began to appear. No material was found in the yellow-grey soil. The stump in B/69-70 continued to be shived down. The soil beneath the stump was dark brown in color. A few small, worn pieces of tile were found among the roots of the stump.
A cut was begun in G-H/68-70 to a depth of ca. 80-85cm. The soil was dark brown in color and contained many small rocks. Several large rocks were uncovered at the base of the cut, particularly
in meters G/68-9. These large rocks were left in place awaiting further clearing to determine their placement and position. One quarter cassetta of tile and a few sherds of coarse pottery were found in the cut.
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