July 16, 1982
Tile: 8 Pottery: 4
The bulk between meters T/U - 82-74 was taken down to floor level. The soil of this bulk can best be described by the sections drawn. The bulk produced 5 cassetta of tile and 1 box of pottery. The floor extended beneath the bulk except in meter U-78 where there is an apparent break in the floor. Imbedded in this break beneath the bulk were ar keast 2 large stones (30cm x 20cm, approx.) which were left in place. Also beneath the bulk in U-77 was an area, ~20cm X 20 cm of black burn just above the floor.
Meters U,V,W - 65-67 were mapped out and the topsoil removed. A bulk, ~20cm in width will be left at the U,V,W - 67/68 border. The topsoil was generally dark and rooty and when removed the trench was at a depth of ~10cm. A cut to ~40cm was begun in U,V,W - 67 and was extended into U,V,W - 65. The cut is ~30xm in W-67-65 adn ~40cm in U-67-65. The soil of this cut is light brown-yellow, similar to that encountered in U,V,W - 70-68 of note is a concentration of pithos fragments - rim, body, and base - at 30-40cm
thorugh U,V,W-66. The pithos fragments were intermixed with tile and ridgepole. At least 4 different types of rim were recognizedd and it does not appear to be one isolated pithose but a concentration of fragments from a number of pithoi. Altogether, ~2 cassetta of pithos fragments were collected. (These were not counted as tile cassetta).
The unfired covertiles at ~50cm in U-70 were covered with sand for protection.19820069
- Find #1
- 20 cm
- Akroterion fragment
- Find #3
- 40 cm
Bucchero rocchetto fragment
- Find #5
- 20 cm
Bronze ring, 3 fragments, adjoining
- Find #6
- 40 cm
Ivory guilloche, two fragments joining on an ancient break
- Find #7
- U - 82-74
- 20-50 cm
- Akroterion fragment, found in tile cassetta
- Joins to find #1
See p. 83 for photographs
Work was confined to the magazino this afternoon.
East wall of the trench July 13, 1982
South wall of the trench July 14, 1982
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