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Daily Logs 28/7/14

28/7/14 AM A pick pass was done in the new extension. The soil was sorted and dumped. Since locus 13 is top soil no sieving was done. The baulk walls in locus 12 , 5 , and, 11 were trimmed. The rocks along the eastern baulk were defined. Another pick pass was done in locus 13 . Soil was sorted and dumped. Several large rocks began to appear in the southern part of the extension. The stump was defined. Another pick pass was done in the extension. Soil was sorted and dumped into the wheelbarrows. Roots were clipped and rocks were defined. A fourth pick pass was done between the rocks to help further defined them. While baulking a diagnostic bone (SF #1) was found in the trench. It is at the bottom of the wall and call be clearly identified as locus 12 .

Special Find #1 Diagnostic Bone Locus 12 28.99 mAE 96.55 E, 34.18 S

PM A pick pass was done through locus 13 . The stump was defined. The wall between the original trench and the

extension. The rocks were defined in the area. The western half of the extension was picked again. The soil was sorted and dumped. The linear rocks in the original trench seem to extend into the extension. T-69 appears to have a continuation of these linear rocks south of our baulk wall. In order to confirm this hypothesis we will extend 1 meter off the southern baulk wall. A 1x3 extension will be made from 89E to 92E and 35S to 36S. Opening elevations, photos, and a sketch of the trench was made. A pick pass was done in the extension which was declare locus 14. Soil was sorted and a few fragments of tile were found.

Opening Elevation Locus 14 NW- 89 E, 35 S -29.25 mAE NE- 92 E, 35 S -29.32 mAE SE- 92 E, 36 S -29.29 mAE SW- 89 E, 36 S -29.19 mAE

Bulk Finds Baulk Trim Tile- 12 pieces Pottery- 14 pieces Bone- 1 piece

Locus 13 Tile- 22 pieces Pottery- 2 pieces Bone- 1 piece

Locus 14 Tile- 5 pieces Pottery- 2 pieces

Daily Closing Coordinates Locus 13 NW- 29.19 mAE NE- 29.31 mAE SE- 29.16 mAE SW- 29.15 mAE

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Andrew J. Carroll. "AJC VI (2014-07-28):161-166; Daily Logs 28/7/14 from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 57/2015, ID:699/Locus 5". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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