May 27, 1990
tile - several frags
pottery 1/3 latte
K-L/63-64, 70-75 cm bd
Pick cut. Very clean medium brown soil with slight grey olive hue. Very little tile, small isolated pieces. 1/2 latte of pottery, mixed, mostly impasto small body frags. Soil change noticed in L/64 didn\'t cover rest of area
pottery - 1/2 latte
tile - 3/4 cassetta
pithos - 1/3 cassetta
More mesti wotk alond tile/pithos. Expose of tile at the K/69, K/70 through L(M)/70 remained clear in eastern 1/2. Photos. The tile included two pieces with finger imporessions tile and pithos are both small and large - some approx 20 - 30 cm and all very well preserved.
tile - 2/5 cassette
pottery - 4/5 latte
M-N/63, 85-100 bd
Pick cut. At about 2 cms into cut in N/63 severe soil change to heavily muttled material similar to destructional material in other parts of T-26. Muttled dark brown with inclusions of small plaster and tile and some charcoal. Recovery of artifacts increased dramatically. Tile mixed largish and small pieces - some burnt and pretty worn. At 98 cms bd an iron pin was founf in N/63. At similar depths several buccherp finds were recovered. Pottery mostly impasto, some badly worn, others less so. As trench moves north, the disturbed nature of soil dimishes slighly but noticeably.
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