August 1, 1984
Of the 7 tiles from M/86-87, two preserved widths. These were taken to the magazzino. The width measured ~54 cm, which was the same as the other preserved pan tiles. The rest were discarded.
All tiles reserved from robber damage cleanup were discarded. Specific sections of T-26 were further cleaned and defined, including the "ditches" running north-south in the floor and column bases in U/82 and WX/77.
More cover tiles in S/72-73 were cleaned and PVA'd.
A cut to uncover another base in the southern-most line of column bases was made in RS/89-90. The soil here was brown and rooty with some badly worn tile and a few pieces of pottery, including a bucchero base. The base in this area was large but poorly preserved. The top was chipping badly. Floor was encountered here at ~10-15 cm and was also poorly preserved and appearing only at intervals.
were taken of the site.
- Find #1
- ~60 cm
pan tile width (~54 cm)
- Find #2
- ~60 cm
Pan tile width (54 cm)
- Find #5
- 60 cm
Terracotta egg (and fragments)
- Find #12
- ~60 cm
Incised fine greyware
- Find #13
- ~35 cm
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