June 9, 1970
The area aroun dthe treestump was cleaned. Two men were given the task to remove the tree stumps which were left in the S wall of tr T6D and T6F. This in order to clear the wall for drawing and photographing, but without disturbing the actual wall.
One piece of banquet frieze was found in the area around the tree stump in T10, 1/3 box of small pieces of worn tiles was gathered.
The area around the tree stump seems to consist mainly of bedrock.
There are however a number of cut stones, of the same type and size as in the pilasters, which supports the theory that there was at least one column base here. The difference between this line of pilasters and that going E-W is that the connecting line of stone goes on the inside of the bases () then curves under the stump and appears outside of "B"
Some sherds were collected.
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