July 25, 2001, Wednesday
AM and PM
Continued defing delineation of the tile spread on north and south ends. Locus 11 was closed nce the stump was reached and locus 13 began. . The east end of the tile spread in locus 13 revealed a continuation of the spread that headed directly southwest and reached the baulk wall at approx. The datum point. Leveling was done in the west end of locus 13 and pottery ws uncovered, including a large ceramic vessel still mostly intact and in situ. Locus 13 produced little terracotta and pottery for bulk count because the rest was left in the spread. Locus 12 continued to be excavated westwar and revealed the tile spread to continue at the same depth and along the north bulk wall maintaining about 40 cm south of the wall. Meters S88-E195 still have to be lowered and cleared to determine the totalextent of the spread. The west bulk walls were trimmed as well.
locus 11: less than 1/16 cassetta of terracotta
locus 12: no terracotta remover, 1 sherd of impasto, 1 sherd of bone
locus 13:less than 1/16 cassetta of terracotta, 1/4 latte bax of ceramic
Baulk: less than 1/16 cassetta of terracotta, 5 sherds of worn pottery, 2 special finds
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