Monday, July 19, 1993
Baulks cleaned in H-I/50-52. 1/4 latte of bone and pottery fragments and a few small fragments of tile were removed. The baulks in H/48-47 were straightened, producing around 12 fragments of pottery. A bronze shaft with an attached semi-circular hook was also found (#1).
Baulk cleaning in I/46-48 produced a few small fragments of tile and several small fragments of bone and pottery. The area in I/46 around the stone concentration was leveled to 130cm producing a few fragments of pottery and one large bone fragment. Continued cut in H-I/44 to the west at a depth of 130cm. The top few cm. (3-5) are the dark brown burn layer with a heavier layer of carbon. Beneath this is a yellowish galestra-like soil. Very small fragments of tile and plaster were recovered, as well as 1 2/3 latte boxes of pottery and bone. Also found were a ridged impastorim (#2), an incised bucchero rim (#3), and a small fragment of painted creamware (#4).
- Find #1
- baulk cleaning
square bronze shaft with hook
Stone concentration drawn in H-I/47.
Continued work in H-I/43 down to 130cm up to edge of stone S. Soil remained the same as this morning, 2 or 3 cm of dark brown layer over a yellowish galestra like soil. Recovered 1/16 cassetta of tile and plaster and 3/4 latte box of small pottery fragments and bone. Also found a pice of incised impasto (find #7) in H-I/44-43 and a rocchetto (find #8) fragment with part of a stamp remaining on the head.
Straightened baulks in H-I/50-52, finding 1/12 casetta of small tile and plaster fragments, 3/4 latte of pottery (mostly impasto, courseware, and some orangeware) and bone, as well as find #5, a pice of incised bucchero, and find #6, a partial bronze fibula.
Began new cut in H-I/48 down to a depth of approx 130-140cm. Soil was medium brown and yielded 1/8 latte of pottery and a dozen pieces of tile and plaster.
- Find #6
- Find #8
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