CA 69 was laid out and cleared for opening photos. A dirt dump was established ca. 5m north of the trench. Following photos elevations and a munsel reading were taken.
SE 27.42m AE
SW- 27.48m AE
NW- 26.95m AE
NE- 26.93m AE
Centre- 27.15m AE
Munsel Reading: (elevations and coordinates same as centre point above)
Dry: 7.5 YR 2.5/2 Very Dark Brown
Wet 10YR 2/2 Very Dark Brown
Locus 1 declared across the whole trench. A terracotta dump was established 3m south of the trench, and a rock pile 1m west. The northern half of the trench was picked. The soil contained a large amount of humus and organic material. Some small (> 5cm) and medium (ca. 10-15cm) rocks were present. Also present in this pick pass
were a shot-gun shell and three pieces of terracotta.
The southern half of the trench was picked. A continuation of humus and some organic material is evident throughout. Small concentrations of hazelnut/walnuts were found beside the tree on the western side of the trench. The soil contained less organic material and stone here. A few pieces of terracotta were recovered. A circular cavity was discovered ca. 1.5m from the north line and .20 m from the western line. Initial evidence from more nut shells suggests this may be an animal nest.
SE 27.39 m AE
SW 27.43m AE
NE 26.95m AE
NW 27.15m AE
Tile 17 pieces (1/20 th of a bowl)
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