IV. DAILY LOG
IV. DAILY LOG
A.M. 2 July 2012
Trench CB-58 was opened this morning. Brush and loose stones were removed. The trench was staked out. Opening photos were taken and co-ordinate depths measured.
NW (42-E/53-S): 39 cm. below datum point = 26.06 m. above absolute elevation
NE (46-E/53-S): 53 cm. below datum point = 25.92 m. above absolute elevation
SE (46-E/57-S): 74 cm. below datum point = 25.71 m. above absolute elevation
SW (42-E/57-S): 49 cm. below datum point = 25.96 m. above absolute elevation
Center of trench: 59 cm. below datum point = 25.86 m. above absolute elevation
The surface area of the trench is covered in organic matter and the soil is dark-brown in color. This surface deposit was declared locus 1. After the tench was set up, a pick-pass was begun starting from the western side, moving from north to south (1 m. x 4 m.) and approximately 10 cm. in depth. The soil removed from this locus contains numerous small stones (fist-size and smaller). The pick-pass was not completed. Approximately 2/3 bowl of terracotta fragments
was recovered. All the terracotta was highly worn.
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