June 27, 1968
The trench was taken down 0.25 - 0.35m to galestra or bedrock. About 5 pieces of worn tile were found close to the surface.
About 15m to the west of B7 a trench 0.50 X 6.50, on a E-W axis, was excavated down 0.25-0.35m to galestra. Near the deeper eastern end, an isolated rock was found. No tiles.
About 20 meters to the south of B8, on a N-S axis, a trench 0.60 X 7.00m was excavated to a depth of 0.25m to shaly, yellow soil. The top stratum of soil, below the topsoil, contained heavy carbon deposits. Near the north end a small deposit of "salt" rock was discovered. Two small worn tiles were found on the surface.
About one meter to the north of B9 and on the same axis (N-S) as B9, a trench, 0.50 X 11.00m, was excavated to a depth of 0.30m to galestra. At the south end, the carbon deposit of B9 continued to a depth of 0.10m. About 10 small, worn pieces of tile were found near the surface.
To the west of and on the same axis (E-W) as B8, a trench, 0.60 X 8.00m, was begun. The topsoil was removed and four pieces of surface tile were found.
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