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Metal Summary

  • Locus 1:      0
  • Locus 2:      1
  • Locus 3       0
  • Locus 4:      2
  • Locus 5:      41
  • Locus 6:      2
  • Bulk finds:  2
  • Total:           48

Locus 5, associated with the Orientalizing Period, post destruction, contained the most metal.  It contined the only piece of bronze that could possible be part of a functional object.  All the rest of the bronze pieces found were flecks or globular in shape, perhaps indicating bronze industry.

Locus 6 contained the only non-bronze metal, iron.  It was globular in shape, and probably not a fragment of anything meaningful.

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Robert Wanner. "RWW III (2003-08-01):58-59; Metal Summary from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 33/2003, ID:508". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/b24699e7-941c-4d39-b699-4994ac7a9e17>

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