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July 25, 1990

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The cut in meters L(M)/67-68 was completed to a depth of 116 cm bd. The soil remained the same mixed matrix normally found in the plaster layer and the area in M/68 continued to exhibit more burn than the rest of the area. 1/2 latte box of pottery and approx 1/2 cassette of tile were recovered from the completion of the cut. Several pieces of carved ivory were the only finds of the morning. A cut was begun in meters K/67-68. The rocks were removed and the first cut through the grey-yellow layer to 78 bd was completed. There were only a few pieces of pottery and pithos from this layer.

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A 2nd cut was taken in K/67-68 to a depth of 84 cm bd. The soil remains yellow-grey, though a greater amount of pottery and bone was recovered ie 1 box. The topsoil in K-L(M)/65 was removed to a depth of 50 cm bd. Appprx 1/2 a cassette of tile was recovered and 1/3 of pottery. The soil was rooty and an olive brown colour. There were no finds.

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Nathan Meyer. "NM III (1990-07-25):224-227; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 26/1990, ID:137". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/ad811e77-2903-47fb-b3af-3d43bfd8435e>

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