June 17, 2004
We began the morning with the first pick-pass moving east to west. Soil is still the same medium brown color. Wall along 148 E was broken and the area was levelled. We sifted the soil. The soil was the same and was thus designated as Locus 1. Flecks of carbon were found near the SE corner. Baulk walls and roots were trimmed. A second pick-pass was completed. There was one find.
Sifting from the morning's second pick-pass was finished. Baulk walls were trimmed and roots were cut. The NW corner no longer contains the yellow clay; however, it remains in the north baulk wall, close to the western part of the the trench.
Closing elevations / Opening elevations for Locus 2:
- NE corner: 91.0 cm b.d.
- SE corner: 97.5 cm b.d.
- SW corner: 101.0 cm b.d.
- NW corner: 93.5 cm b.d.
- Center: 96.5 cm b.d.
The day yielded 1 1/4 cassette of bulk terracotta, 29 pieces of pottery, and one find.
144.28-144.92 E / 59.40-60.00 S
96.5 cm b.d.
Archaic Lateral Sima Fragment
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