June 14, 1976
Work continued in the first cut cleaning down to the tile layer. Large stones were noted in grids P 32-33, possibly the continuation of the north wall of room T 18 (north extension).
The puzzling absence of finds in the last few days might be due to the fact that we have not dug deep enough in grids OP 32-33. The ground slopes sharply at this point and the tile layer
and the red earth stratum are at a relatively deeper level.
In grids N-O 33 a heavy concentration of carbon, running from north to south, was encountered (a beam?). Also in evidence were larger hunks of burnt plaster.
The stones in grids P 32-33 are indeed a wall. The red earth stratum continues to the north was far as this wall.
In grids N-O 34 more heavy carbon was encountered.
Pottery was again scarce- coarseware predominates. A few pieces of pithos turned up, probably more of the same pithos that we found a few days ago. Fineware is very scarce, although a few pieces of good bucchero have turned up.
IIII casette of tile dumped
1 casette of coarse pottery
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