August 7, Wednesday
T1 AL The trench was cleaned and the following sections were identified, from east to west: A few scattered stones and tiles in grid K-L, 1-2 which continued as a layer of tiles and stones
towards the south, starting at 1-70m facing N, covering the equivalent grid in T1 AK. West of that the \'\'northgoing wall\'\' continued throughout the trench, with the same construction, but wider 1.50-1.60m. Immediately west of the wall, in the corner where it meets the crosswall (see p. 201 ), plaster (burnt?) appeared in sizeable chunks. From grid H and westwards scattered small stones were mixed in with tiles and eath, at a level above the walls. A stone formation of large stones run in a live from grid A1 to G2, at a level ca. 30cm above the level of the crosswall. When these stones were cleared it became evident that the cross-
wall is slightly wider than the width given on p. 201, it is 1.20m - 1.30m. The continuation of the wall going north through trench T S1 was slightly difficult to trace; the stone formation right in line with it has the same construction but a width of at least 1.55m. The narrow strip between this wall and the edge of the trench produced plaster, sherds (some of which bucchero) and one file painted with a meander pattern in white. 4 boxes of tiles were dumped.
Finds: 1 rosette in G2 + fragments Banquet frieze C1
T1 AM In order to follow the length of the \'\'northgoing wall\'\' a new trench was laid out along the side of T1 AL, measuring 4x3m. See plan. The ground slopes rapidly through the trench, and stones were seen sticking up in the ground. Topsoil was taken off. It produced 1/2 box of tiles and one piece of banquet frieze.
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