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Metal Summary

Metal Summary

The CD12 area produced very little metal in the 2005 excavation season.  With the exception of one in bronze, all of the finds are iron and few apper ancient.  Many are of uncertain date, such as the iron horseshoe fragment, which does not appear ancient, but could support the interprettion of the pathlike feature as such -- at some point in time.

CD12           Iron      Bronze

Locus 1         0         0

Locus 2         0         0

Locus 3         0         0

Total             0         0 = 0

CD12A

Locus 1        2          0

Locus 2        0          0

Total            2          0   =  2

  • iron nail
  • iron spike

CD12B    Iron          Bronze

Locus 1     1               0

Locus 2     0               0

Total         1                0     =  1

  • iron spike

CD12B-X1

Locus 1     0               0

Locus 2     0               0

Total          0               0 = 0

CD12B-X2

Locus 1     0               0

Locus 2     0               0

Total          0               0   = 0

CD12B-X3

Locus 1     0               0

Locus 2     0               0

Total          0               0   = 0

CD12C

Locus 1     0               0

Locus 2     0               0

Total          0               0   = 0

CD12D          Iron      Bronze

Locus 1         0         0

Locus 2         3         1

Locus 3         0         0

Total             3         1 = 4

  • iron fragment
  • iron tack fragment
  • iron tack
  • ring-shaped bronze fragment

CD12E          Iron      Bronze

Locus 1         0         0

Locus 2         0         0

Total             0         0 = 0

CD12F          Iron      Bronze

Locus 1         2         0

Locus 2         0         0

Total             0         0 = 2

  • iron horseshoe fragment
  • iron fragment

TOTAL      Iron           Bronze

8                  1        = 9

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Suggested Citation

Jillian M. Harrison. "JMH II (2005-07-27):86-91; Metal Summary from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate D/Civitate D 12/2005, ID:564". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/a9aa28a9-8b90-46e4-b550-92ab94e104e2>

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