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Daily Log 26/7/11

26/7/11

AM

A pick pass was done in the northern half of the trench. Soil was shoveled into buckets and sorted at the wheelbarrow. Terracotta is being found in the olive soil. Some of the tile pieces are larger (~10 cm), although most of the pieces are small and eroded. Several large pieces of pithoi were also uncovered. A second pick pass was done in the northern half of the trench. Terracotta and pottery was recovered in the olive soil. A third pick pass was done in the northern half of the trench, several large rocks were removed, more olive soil was found underneath. Several large fragments of tile were recovered, also a piece of frieze plaque was found (SF #1).

Special Find #1

Frieze plaque

Locus 2

35.63W, 86.97S

29.51 mAE

20110068

20110068

A fourth pick pass was done in the northern half of the trench. Terracotta and pottery was recovered in the olive soil. Soil was sorted in the wheelbarrow. A fifth pick pass was done in the northern half of the trench. Soil was shoveled into buckets and sorted in the wheelbarrow. While sorting a piece of slipped pottery (SF #2), cavetto fragment (SF #3), and worked chert (SF #4) were found. The soil is still the olive soil with small, small, small mottled inclusions.

Special Find #2

Slipped Pottery

Locus 2

NW- 40W, 85S

NE- 38W, 85S

SE- 38W, 86.5S

SW- 40W, 86.5S

~29.50 mAE

Special Find #2

Cavetto Fragment

Locus 2

36.87W, 85.66S

29.51 mAE

201100072

Special Find #4

Worked Chert

Locus 2

NW- 37W, 85S

NE- 35W, 85S

SE- 35W, 86.5S

SW- 37W, 86.5S

~29.58 mAE

A 6 th pass was completed over the northern half. Soil was shoveled into buckets and sorted. Terracotta and pottery was found, a single fragment of tooth was found. While shoveling a piece of unusual terracotta was found (SF #5). While sorting buckets a piece of dental was recovered (SF #6). The olive soil remains.

Special Find #5

Unusual Terracotta

Locus 2

37.56W, 85.69S

29.57 mAE

20110079

20110079

*A joining piece was found while dry brushing from bulk pottery.

Special Find #6

Dental Fragment

Locus 2

NW- 40W, 85S

NE- 38W, 85S

SE- 38W, 86.5S

SW- 40W, 86.5S

~29.57 mAE

20110073

20110073

PM

The northern baulk wall was trimmed. While trimming a piece of slipped rim was recovered (SF #7).

Special Find #7*

Slipped Rim

Locus 2

38.7W-38.3W, 85S

Baulk Trim

Bulk Finds

Locus 2

Tile- 8 ½ bowls

Pottery- 3 ¼ latte

Bone- 1 piece

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Suggested Citation

Andrew J. Carroll. "AJC II (2011-07-26):113-120; Daily Log 26/7/11 from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate B/Civitate B 44/2011, ID:636/Locus 2". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/bbcdce4c-4cdb-495a-b393-7cbbf6359ead>

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