July 4, 1972
Three men finished clearing T-19 E-F/51-52 and moved to the area directly west of the foundations and wall, T-19 E-F/47-48, leaving the soil above the rocks in T-19 E-F/49-50. They first cleared down approximately 15 cm. This area produced 1/3 cassette of tiles (discarded) and 1/2 cassette of pottery, mostly impasto. The brown soil here contains small, chipped stones.
- Find #1
- T-19 G/48
- Small bird, fired dark gray on exterior - fine-grained impasto round hole in center of bottom
- Find #2
- T-19 F/48
- Banquet frieze plaque, lower right corner
- Find #4
- T-19 F/49
- Banquet frieze plaque fragment
- Find #5
- T-19 G/49
- Bucchero rim decoration - finial, molded finila motif
- Find #6
- T-19 E/48
- Bucchero handle sherd with incised decoration
In the afternoon, the men began to clear T-19 G-I/50-51 down to 80 cm below topsoil.
- 2 cassetti of tiles discarded
- 1/2 cassette of pottery
- 1/5 cassette of bones
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