July 11, 1994
A new cut was initiated through meters L-M/71-76 to a depth of 60-65 cm. Soil remains consistently medium brown with infrequent small stones. Roughly 1 full cassetti of tile fragments were removed, along with 1 1/2 latte boxes of pottery. Carbon is present, but found only infrequently. Plaster is present in only small, infrequent pieces.
Four objects were made finds from this cut. A coarse ring base #1, a small bucchero finial (#2), a lateral sima fragment (#3), and a pan tile with a finger impression (#4).
- Find #2
- 60-65 cm
- Find #3
- 60-65 cm
In cleaning the trench floor before the next cut, a fragment of a worked stone object was found. The piece appears to have originally been circular and is of a polished green stone.
- Find #5
- cir. 60 cm
Polished worked green stone
Another cut was completed across the floor of L-M/71-76, bringing this area down to an average depth of 70-75 cm. Soil remains medium brown with stone. Tile is frequent, but fragmentary and worn. A total of about 1 1/2 cassetti of tile fragments and 1 3/4 latte boxes of pottery were removed from this cut. 3 joining fragments of a ridgepole tile were made a find.
A new cut was initiated in order to bring the floor of the trench to a more uniform level. Meters L-M/71-74 were leveled to an average depth of 70 cm. Soil remains medium brown, although heavy concentration of carbon was noted, especially in M/71 and M/72. Plaster and tile was heavy although generally worn.
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