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daily log july 1 2013

AM:

Opening elevations:

SE: 27.47 m.A.e

SW: 27.54 m.A.e

NW: 27.68 m.A.e

NE: 27.53 m.A.e

Middle: 27.51 m.A.e

Opening/daily elevations taken in Locus 1 . The trench surface was evened out using trowels because the final pick pass Friday left uneven mounds on the trench floor. Pick pass in northern meter uncovered the yellowish clay soil, which will be locus 2 , along with many rocks, roughly 10cm across. the munsell designation for locus 2 is 2.5Y 3/3, dark olive brown. Only 1 piece of terracotta was recovered. It took more pick passes to turn up the same yellow soil in the 1/2 meter closest to the southern baulk wall. Lots of small, 10cm across, rocks throughout the trench. Removed the baulk wall between CA-80 and CA-74 .

Declared Locus 2 when the yellow clay soil was found across the entire trench. Photos were taken with the camera and the hexcopter. Special find #1 was found while sorting a pick pass in the northern meter.

Special find #1 modern nail

Elevation: 27.42 m.A.e

Coordinates: 55.54 E, 34.85 S

locus 1

AM con.

Now that the trench is below top soil we have begun sifting 1 out of 3 buckets in a sift with a 1cm square screen.

Special find #2 bronze flake

Elevation: 27.33 m.A.e.

Coordinates: 55.87 E, 35.5 S

locus 1

PM

Pick passes across the trench. Sifting 1 out of 3 buckets. The soil remains clay like and full of rocks, approximately 10cm across. A base about 5.5cm across was found nearly in tact along with a rim, although there is no clear break. A (possible) piece of bone was found in the north east corner.

Daily Totals:

Locus: 1

tile: 9 pieces

pottery: 1

bone: 0

Locus 2:

tile: 1/3 bowl

pottery/bone: 26 pieces

supplemental find #1

inscribed base

20130038

locus 2

elevation: 27.51 m.A.e.

54-56E, 36-34 S

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Cara L. Polsini. "CLP I (2013-07-01):23-26; daily log july 1 2013 from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate A/Civitate A80/2013, ID:668/Locus 1". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/e909a002-c35c-45b4-8c98-bd6dd0fe84a6>

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