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15 July, 1968

Twelve boxes of tile were dumped this morning.  Dur to the high density of objects, all the workmen were put to work on trench 2J for the afternoon while work in the magazino cought up.  This area (bounded predmonately by trenches H and I, grids 4-8) has produced a great number of totally original and well-preserved objects.  [See buccheroid applique rim, varriant head types, ridge pole tiles with feet etc.]  This morning a well preserved T.C. 'siren\', complete except for hind quarters, legs and tail and app. 60cm. in height, 25 in width, was

excavated.  Fine ringlets adorned the hair, a beautiful birds breast, crenellations suggesting wavy hair and a head and face reminiscent of the canopic urns in Chiusi.  Trench 2J is 50% bed rock.  The workmen have been instructed to clear along only the side of the side of the rock facing the here to excavated dump.

19681196

  • Find #1
  • CA2I-L4 (C)
  • Fr. frag. - campstool (joins pg. 48 #3)

19680842

  • Find #2
  • CA2I-L4 (C)
  • Fr. frag. - horserace joins fr. CA2I-L8 (C)

19681015

  • Find #3
  • CA2I-L7 (C)
  • Fr. frag. - procession

19680509

19680509
  • Find #9
  • CA2I-L6 (C)
  • Ridge pole tiel with sphinx? ft.

19680500

19680500
  • Find #10
  • CA2I-L6 (C)
  • \'Siren\' (head and chest) (Photos pp. 140-2)

19681216

  • Find #14
  • CA2I-L5 (C)
  • Frieze cavetto, campstool

19681153

  • Find #20
  • CA2I-L4 (C)
  • Fr. frag. - campstool

19680151

19680151
  • Find #21
  • CA2I-L7 (C)
  • Lat. sima frag.

19680159

19680159
  • Find #30
  • CA2I-L4 (C)
  • Female head, lat sima

19680746

19680746
  • Find #38
  • CA2I-L7 (C)
  • Lat. sima (2 pieces - near complete)

19680522

19680522
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James Wright. "JW I (1968-07-15):97-101; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate A/Civitate A 2/1968, ID:485". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/d881cb82-e014-4fa8-94cd-00c53bbf2bf4>

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