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Daily Log 25/7/11

25/7/11 AM This morning we started defining/axing roots to help facilitate the removal of the stumps and to allow for more even, fuller pick passes.  One large rock south of the easternmost stump was removed.  While defining the stump within the western half of the trench, a piece of glazed medieval pottery was found. (SF #1) SPECIAL FIND #1 Locus 2 42.12W, 96.61S 30.06mAE Medieval pottery with glaze A pick pass was completed in the western half of the trench. Soil remains consistent in color and texture with Locus 2 . Soil was sorted into buckets and dumped. A second pick pass was completed over the eastern half of the trench. While picking, stumps in the western half were further defined. While sorting soil from the pick pass in the eastern half, another piece of medieval

pottery was found with glaze on both surfaces and a lighter color decoration on the exterior surface. (SF #2) SPECIAL FIND #2 Locus 2 40.76W, 97.46S 29.98 mAE Decorated medieval pottery with glaze Soil was sorted into buckets and dumped. Terracotta and pottery were put into separate lattes. Soil in the eastern half of the trench is consistent in color and texture with the western half, indicating the presence of Locus 2 throughout the entire trench. A third pick pass was completed in the western half of the trench. Soil was sorted into buckets and dumped. Terracotta and pottery were put into separate latte boxes. A fourth pick pass was completed in the eastern half of the trench. As of this point, there is no apparent change in soil color or texture.  Soil was sorted into buckets

and dumped. Terracotta and pottery were put into separate lattes. One more pass was done in the western half of the trench before lunch. PM A pass was completed in the eastern half of the trench. Soil was sorted into buckets and dumped. While sorting soil in the eastern half, the stump in the western half of the trench was removed. Another pick pass was done in the western half of the trench, and while picking, the stump in the eastern half was defined. Soil was sorted into buckets and dumped. Terracotta and pottery were put into separate latte boxes. The soil still appears to be consistent with Locus 2 , clay-like and olive colored. With the remainder of the work day, stumps were defined, baulk walls were trimmed, and roots were clipped. BULK FINDS 25/7/11 * LOCUS 2 tile - 2.5 lattes pottery - 1/3 latte

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Jennifer K. Woods. "JKW I (2011-07-25):25-30; Daily Log 25/7/11 from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate B/Civitate B 50/2011, ID:642". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/aa65f7fa-2aeb-4ade-bbc3-bb6e8b4bb633>

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