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May 23, 1970

Agger 1

The eastern dike was removed down to the foundation stones.  As usual, against the northern, outside edge of the wall was a fair amount of tiles.  Part of a high foot of a gray impasto vase and a fragment of the neck and shoulder of an orange vase were also found.  Within the mud wall were bits of pottery, including a small

Profile of the Agger 3 dike.




  • Find 2
  • Winglike acroterial frag.

fragment of bucchero with a band of Ss.

Agger 2B

The remaining portion of the mud wall was taken down to the foundation sotnes.

Agger 2D

The portion of the mud wall left from Wednesday, May 20, was removed after being photographed.

Agger 3 (dike)

Work was started on removing the clay fill of the dike and just above the tile layer ( ) and in the fill was found a terracotta cut-out fragment which curved around.

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Penny Small. "PS II (1970-05-23):18-20; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Agger/Agger 1/1970, ID:532". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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