July 4, 1975
Work continued in grids I/31-35.
- Find #1
- T-18 I/30, adjoining I/31
- c. 25 cm from top of foundation wall
Two pieces of banquet frieze - lower left hand corner of the plaque
- Find #2
- T-19 I/34
- c. 10 cm below level of wall foundation
Terracotta circular weight or spindle whorl
In grids J/30-31, a one meter section of the foundation wall of room J-P/28-30 was lifted. The wall was first drawn and the stones were numbered so that they could later be reassembled.
The pottery underneath the wall was mostly nondescript. A few fine sherds of bucchero, however, were in evidence. The red plaster, burnt earth stratum which was so evident in the interior of the room, continued into and through the foundation wall.
In T-19 grid I/32, a heavy concentration of coarse pottery was encountered. This included an entire brownware cooking pot with two handles, and a large section of redware pot (one handle, but no rim or base so far).
- Find #3
- T-19 I/32
- Large brownware cooking pot - two handles, almost entire
- Find #4
- T-19 I/31
- Bucchero foot with incised letter or potter's mark
- Find #5
- T-19 I/32
- Large section of redware pot with handle and section of rim
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