July 26, 2001 Thursday
AM and PM
Trimmed bualk walls and continued defining and delineating the tile spread. Ia appears to have an overall direction of southwest-northeast. The highest concentration and best preserved of the tile both occure in the northeast corner. Locus 12 was lowered to the same apprx. depth as locus 9 and locus 13 was lowered to show the abrupt ending of the tile spread and dense distribution of slingstones. There were no special finds today.
locus 12: 4 sherds of pottery
locus 13: less than 1/16 cassetta of baulk terracotta, 6 sherds of pottery
baulk: 1/16 cassetta of terracotta
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