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Although not all of the goals for excavation in T34 were met, some important information was uncovered that helped meet some of this season's objectives.

Firstly, several strata were revealed which can be correlated to other tesoro trenches, though upper strata in T34 would seem to be thicker than those in T32 and T33.

Secondly, what appears to be the functional surface of the archaic period and associated destruction debris was identified and photographed. Further excavation of this surface should reveal more about the use of this area during the archaic period, although the relationship between this surface and nearby architecture, especially the apparent wall in T35, needs to be explored.

Unfortunately, limited time made excavation in T34 unable to proceed far enough to uncover any information about the use of this area during the orientalizing period. The nature of discoveries from this season, however, would indicate that further work in T34 should prove valuable.

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Patrick Coleman. "PJC I (2003-08-01):98-101; Conclusion from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 34/2003, ID:512". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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