Daily Log - 6 Jul 09
AM- Still clearing Locus 2. In Section A we have come down on a white/gray layer that appears to be the archaic surface; some terracotta, but little or no pottery. This white layer extends into Section B but becomes harder to find, most likely because of the roote systems present. In Section C, some white/gray patches are visible but difficult to discern. This white/gray
is most likely the Archaic surface layer that sat atop the Archaic fill. This thing layer will be declared locus 3. The elevations at the end of Locus 2:
1- 27.54; 2- 27.50; 3- 27.46;4- 27.49; 5- 27.51; 6- 27.61;
7- 27.44;8- 27.47; 9- 27.49; 10- 27.52; 11- 27.55; 12- 27.50
Locus 2 Locus 3
Pottery - 1 CW, 2 Impasto body 2 CW body, 2 CW base
2 CW rim
Bone- 0 0
TC- 0 1/2 bowl
Locus 3 seems to be very thin. There is mottled soil appearing in Section C and in Section A, a fragment of cut-out acroteria was found (SF #1):
Special Find #1: El. 27.49m; 54.45S/181.28E; Cut out acroteria fragment.
TC- 1/2 bowl
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