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Daily Log- 10/7/12

10/7/2012

AM Log

Daily Elevations:

NW: 25.48 mAE

SW: 25.29 mAE

SE- 25.22 mAE

NE- 25.31 mAE

Due to the yellow light flakey soil in the northeastern corner and the darker soil similar to CB 57 in the southern half of the trench, picking has been focused on the northwestern corner. A piece of vitrified terracotta was found along the western baulk wall (SF #1).

SF #1

Vitrified Terracotta

Locus 5

25.30 mAE

53.63 E, 49.91 S

During a pass in the western half of the 50-51 meter to uncover either the yellow flakey soil or the darker brown soil, a peculiar piece of terracotta was found (SF #2).

SF #2

Peculiar Terracotta

Locus 5

25.35 mAE

51.12 E, 51.16 S

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20120087

Darker soil similar to CB 57 was found during the pick pass in the western half the 50-51 meter. A pick pass was done in the eastern half of the 50-51 meter to see if the darker soil extends. The soil in the eastern half of the 50-51 meter is still yellowish. A piece of iron was found in the terracotta bowl used for sorting the pick passes in the northern half of the trench (Special Find #3). The iron might be a piece of iron slag. A cavetto fragment was found while trimming back the stump in the western baulk.

SF #3

Iron (slag)

Locus 5

approximate elevation: 25.33 mAE

NW- 50E, 49S

NE- 52E, 49S

SE- 52E, 51S

SW-50E, 51S

SF #4

Cavetto Fragment

Locus 5

25.57 mAE

50.24E, 49.64S

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20120134

The area around the stump and its roots in the western baulk were picked twice. Some larger piece of terracotta and bits of ceramic were found. The soil remained yellow-brown. The eastern baulk was trimmed back and a few pieces of pottery were found. The loose soil was scraped in the northern half of the trench.

Bulk Finds Locus 5

Tile- 1 bowl

Pottery- 1/3 bowl (28 pieces)

PM Log

No work on the hill. Worked in the magazzino.

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Suggested Citation

Andrew J. Carroll. "AJC III (2012-07-10):87-92; Daily Log- 10/7/12 from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate B/Civitate B 54/2012, ID:648/Locus 5". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/8927c04d-2c0c-47c2-bebf-3c33bb674156>

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