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June 19, 1978

AM

The hole in E-F/28-30 was widened to the end of the G grid.  At this point the loose rock fill ended and a burn section running the length of grids 28-30 was excavated.  This burn area was approx. 70 cm high and 6-8 inches deep.  Numerous Greek pottery sherds were contained here.

The burn ended against large rocks similar to the bedrock in the D grids.  The soil between the rocks is dark red, but contains no pottery or carbon.

Work continued in the fossa in one attempt to find its bottom.

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PM

Work this afternoon ended with a final excavation of grids F-G/28-30 after encountering bedrock at the bottom of the trench.

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James Hare. "JH II (1978-06-19):36-39; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/North Terrace/North Terrace 2/1978, ID:254". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/b814f34c-8de2-4f99-83ce-c6db31a4d18c>

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