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Friday, 21 June, morning

Tile 1.5

Plaster almost 1

Pottery .25 strawberry

We dig deeper in O-P 86-88.  In O 88 we reach a depth of 45 cm. and a much intensified burn soil with large bits of carbonized wood.  In P 86-87 burn soil remains intense as we reach a depth of 30-50 cm.  IN P 88 a soil flecked with white amtter gives way at about 25 cm. from the surface to a fairly intense burn soil; at about this depth a tile concentrationbegins, as stones remain frequent.  In O 87-88 the tile and rock continues to abound.  At 45 cm. down we encounter much of a covert ile atop much of a pan tile and a large rock.  Bronze "flakes" are foun in some quantitiy, mainly in O/P 86/87, where a tile concentration emerges (under and among stones and plaster) anew at depth of 40 cm.  Among the bronze is also a lotus/palmette inlay; at about 50 cm. down we find the terracotta fragment No. 5 and this area also yileds two ivory fragments (No. 1, 2).  Pottery is scant but includes a couple of fine bucchero fragments.  Some bone and some slag or vitrified matter is also saved and an unusual pan tile fragment, also some carbonized wood.

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19850011
  • Find #4
  • O 86 burn
  • fragment of bronze openwork.  inlay? lotus and palmette.

Friday, 21 June, afternoon

Continued work in the tile/rock concentration in O-P 86-88.  Yields a modest amount of tile, plaster and pottery as well as a fragment of bone and a "flake" of bronze.  No finds recorded.

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L. Ron Lacy. "LRL II (1985-06-21):74-81; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 26/1985, ID:434". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/998c3b1e-d2ba-4129-9828-0c933f3c4d13>

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