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Pottery Summary

Pottery Summary ä- å/68-70

40% Coarseware

30% Impasto

20% Orangeware

10% Other fabrics

Coarseware

80% Body fragments

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Impasto

80% body fragments

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Handles

Bases

Orangeware

90% body fragments

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Handles

Bases

Pottery Summary

A particularly high concentration of pottery of all fabrics, including fineware bucchero, was recovered from meters ä- Ã¥/68-70.  This concentration was principally located between a depth of 30-65cm below the surface.  All of the pottery recovered in ä- Ã¥/68-70 was saved.  The pottery consisted of 40% coarseware, 30% impasto, 20% orangeware and 10% of other fabrics.  Many of the pottery fragments were large in size and relatively well preserved.  The good state of preservation of

Supplemental finds: Recovered during analysis in 2013 of bulk bone in magazzino.

Tag associated with objects read:

T27, ACIII 1988, JB II 1989

E-M/68-70  D-E/71-72  H-M/68-71

  • Find #3: PC19880193: bone fragment. PC-09073 (Kansa bone number). Associated tag read same as supp. finds #1 and #2

Tag associated with objects read:

  • T 27
  • AC III 1988, JB II 1989
  • E-H/68-70
  • D-E/71-72
  • H-M/68-71

this material contrasts notably with the pottery found further down the slope in meters A-H/68-70.  Very little of the pottery showed any sign of burning.  In addition, of particular importance were a number of impasto and coarseware fragments discovered in meters ä/68-70 which appear to be quite early in date.  These fragments were put aside for additional study in 1989.  All other pottery from T-27 ä- Ã¥/68-70 was consolidated for storage in A. Collins Book III Representative Pottery Box IV, Grids ä/ Ã¥-68-70.

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Abbey Collins. "AC III (1988-08-06):227-233; Pottery Summary from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 27/1988, ID:144". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/b0c37937-5e83-421d-a7d6-f5568169835a>

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