July 6, 1994
Washout soil around the perimeter of meters K-L-M771, M/72-76, and K-L-M/76 was removed. It is estimated that roughly 15-20 cm of the upper portions of the baulk have eroded since the area was last excavated.
Within the washed out soil, roughly a full cassette of tile fragments were removed along with 1/2 a latte box of pottery. Also within this soil was a fragment of an inscribled tile (Find 1), a large piece of slag with bronze inclusions (#2), a piece of plaster with a curved finished edge and reed impressions (#3), a possible bronze rivit (#4), and an incised fragment of orangeware pottery (#5).
A circa 10-15 cm surface cut was initiated over meters K-L-M/71-76 and completed. Soil was stony and densely included with organic material. Soil was uniformly dark brown. Roughly 1 cassetta of tile fragments were removed. Tile was heavily worn and fragmentary. 1 fragment of coarseware pottery was found in this surface soil.
- Find #2
Slag with bronze inclusions
- Find #3
Plaster with reed impression and finished edge
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