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Daily Log

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Grid systems considered for North Terrace #3.

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June 16, 1988

AM

Work began in an area cleared by workmen. The cleared area measures approximately 8x8 m. The morning was spent clearing brush to the north and cutting a dump into the northwest corner of the cleared area.

PM

A trench 5x6 m was staked out. This area was cleaned of sufaces leaves and grass. One cassetta of tile fragments and a few large lumps of plaster were found on the surface. In addition, a piece of frieze plaque, the corner of an upper building pantile, a piece of lateral sima with water spout attachement, and other sima and ridgepole fragments were found and are documented among the surface finds.

Photo of cleared area looking south.

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  • Find 3
  • Nt 3
  • Lateral sima with water spout attachment point

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Danielle Newland. "DN I (1988-06-16):8-17; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/North Terrace/North Terrace 3/1988, ID:255". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/f2c2bfdc-cdcb-44af-be91-cfb6e9ff0fed>

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