July 27, 2001 Friday
Trimmed baulk walls, levelled locus 12 in meters S88-S89 E195, and further defined delineation of the tile spread in locus 13. A sheep or goats tooth was found in locus 13 above the tile. Bipod photos were taken.
Overhead bipdo shot
detail of locus 9 with tile exposed
detail of locus 13
detail of slingstones in locus 11
Elevations of trench corners, a large pan tile, large cover tile , and another cover tile were taken by the architects. Also, a plan of the trench was drawn. Locus 14 was created for the vessel inside locus 13, inorder to better track the material. The vessel was removed and also the slingstones from locus 11. Licus closed, left early due to rain.
locus 11: 4 latte boxes of slingstones
locus 13: 2 pottry sherds (1r), 1bone
locus 14: pottery vessel
coordinates(m) depths(cm bd)
1 S90.49 E195.89 47
15cm across N-S, 18 cm acroos E-W, 3 cm height on E half, 5 cm height on W half
description: Ceramic vessle situated in locus 13. It is almost completely intact for the walls anr rim, but missing the base. The vessel is in situ upside down and surrounded by terracotta fragments and possible other fragments to the vessel. However, only the vessel itself, whatever lies directly against the vessel walls, and what is inside the circumference are part of locus 14.
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