August 5, Monday
Work was continued in trench T1 AK, starting at the western end where the continuation of the wall from T S1 appeared. It seemed that the wall turns towards the east along the northern end of the trench, forming a possible connection with the \'\'northgoing wall\'\', see page 152 . The distance between the inner edge of the two walls in about 6m. Only the actul wall was cleaned and the section south of the
- Find #1
- T1 AK
\'\'Cut-out\'\' acroterion fragment preserving section of undistinguishable shape
possible crosswall was left at the same level as the wall. Some tiles (less than one box) were dumped.
1 piece of banquet frieze in Grid C1 X1, which joined a piece from T1 AL, grid E2 from a ca 20 cm higher level.fragment banquet frieze C2, joins piece from T-19 ( 19720316 see JN Bk 1 p. 99 )
In trench T1 AL work was concentrated on the western and middle section. Along the southern end of the trench, from gr id A2 till E2, there were a line of disconnected, fairly big stones which were visible already in the topsoil and second layer. These stones were cleaned and among them a piece of x) found immediately above the wall.
- Find #1
- T1 AL, Grid G-1
- Rosette, frag. of lateral sima from \'\'pocket\'\'
banquet frieze was found which joined a piece rfin T1 AK, see p. 197. 3 boxes of tiles were dumped from that section; huge chunks of plaster were found in grid A1 and 2. Part of a large pot was found in grid E2.
In grid G1 and 2 there was a \'\'pocket\'\' which produced 3-4 boxes of tiles and several pieces of lateral sima, both the strigils and the sides with the scars from the broken off heads, rosettes, and waterspouts, some of them attached to the bottom and the side with a finished edge. Two heads were excavated, one rosette and part of one waterspout.
- Find #2
- T1 AL, G1
Lateral Sima with strigils
- Find #3
- T1 AL, G2
- Lateral Sima fragment - joins 19680749
- Lateral Sima waterspout attachment fragment
- T1 AL, Grid G-1
- Lateral Sima waterspout fragment
- T1 AL, Grid G-2
The pieces of sima menitioned above. One left foot - G2 Banquet frieze - G2
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