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September 22, 1969

Agger 6

Agger 6 , originally laid out by T. Ganz, has been expanded and now runs parallel to both Ag 4+5. The trench has been enlarged, i.e. a cut of about one meter has been added to the west. The purpose of this trench is to find, if possible, the western walls of the small buildings of agger 4 and 5 and to establish their relationship to the large building to the north.

Those stones which are clearly part of the agger construction are being removed. Immediately under them the usual concentration of tiles and utility pottuy appeared.

Panttiles, covertiles, and large pottery jars make up the dhulk of hte material.

During the day seven boxes of tiles and heavy vase fragmetns were dumped. Sherds from the earth within and immediately under agger cap. one medieval fragment.

19690253

19690253
  • find 2
  • AG 6 C6
  • right eye, nose, and part of the mouth of a feline spout
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Mary Berg. "MB I (1969-09-22):152-154; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Agger/Agger 8/1969, ID:264". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/883ee0d5-babc-49ae-bc2b-5c3423e69526>

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