June 10, 1992
The western baulk of the trench along meters G-I/44 was cleaned down and defined. The soil in the trench is still very wet and, as a result, it is difficult to discern its stratigraphical sequence. Clearing was also begun in the northwest corner of the trench along meter G/44 and in the southwest corner along meter I/44. Numerous small pieces of worn tile and plater were found during cleaning. A few , small worn pieces of coarse pottery were also recovered. Some of teh plaster and tile fragments displayed traces of burning.
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