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Daily Log

123

27 July 1968

Seven boxes of tile were dumped this morning. Thirty three pieces were excavated. Eighteen frieze frags. A small (app. 10cm long, 5 cm wide) terracotta ram's head was excavated in grid G13, strata C. It was damaged in excavation having been found wedged between stones and in a crumbly state of preservation.

19860228

  • Find #1
  • Gorgon frag.
  • CA1K-H11 (C)

19680280

19680280
  • Find #2
  • Ram's head
  • CA2K-G13 (C)

19680231

19680231
  • Find #3
  • Feline spout, lateral sima
  • CA2K-G12 (C)

19680213

19680213
  • Find #4
  • Female head, lateral sima
  • CA2K-G12 (C)

19680248

19680248
  • Find #6
  • Female head, lateral sima
  • CA2K-I12 (C)

19680214

19680214
  • Find #7
  • Female head
  • CA2J-Z11 (C)

19680209

19680209
  • Find #8
  • Female head
  • CA2K-H12 (C)

19680594

19680594
  • Find #9
  • Shoulder (?) fragment of human statue
  • CA2K

19680609

19680609
  • Find #10
  • Cut-out acroterion fragment pres. section of curved memner
  • CA2K-H11 (C)
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James Wright. "JW I (1968-07-27):123-124; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate A/Civitate A 2/1968, ID:485". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/b362b391-ec9c-4f02-a46e-98f8f009e873>

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