Daily Log Entry for Friday, 6 July 2007
FRIDAY, 6 JULY 2007
Worked started with a pick pass in the "middle" meter of the trench. A statue fragment, possibly a horse's hoof was found (Find #1). A piece of vitrified terracotta (find #2) was found in the eastern area of the pick pass. Incised bucchero (Find #3), a piece of bronze (find #4), and a piece of ridged pottery (find #5) were also found. A pick pass in the south meter revealed a thin piece of bronze (Find #6). Both pick passes have revealed a lot of pottery & bone. After picking the south, we picked the area of the trench to the south of the roped-off stone feature. Unlike the areas east of the the roped-off stone feature, today's first pick pass in the western portion revealed much less pottery & bone. The soil is still the same, although less pottery and bone were found in the SW. It is medium brown and hard packed.
- FIND #1
- STATUE FRAGMENT
- LOCUS 3
- 188.17 E, 46.63 S
- 27.54 abs. elev.
MORNING FINDS CONT\'D:
We continued to pick through the trench to determine the extent of Locus 3. We picked in turn from the north, the middle, the south, and the west sections of the trench. Two large rocks appeared in the area just to the SE of the roped-off stone feature. A chunk of bronze was found in the south area of the trench. (Find #8) A fragment of a handle from a black slip vessel was also found. (Find #9) The soil in the southern section was also begining ro contain much less bone a pottery than
earlier pick passes. Towards the end of the day the baulks on the eastern boundary were trimmed. A bowl find piece of what appears to incised pottery (Find #10) was found.
- FIND #7
- Oxidized Nail
- Locus 3
- 186.86 E, 47.73 S
- 27.47 abs. elev
AFTERNOON FINDS CONT\'D:
- 3 Bowls Terracotta
- 2 Latte Boxes Bone
- 3 3/4 Latte Boxes Pottery
- 2 pcs. pottery
- 1 pc. bone
- 1/5 bowl (45 pcs) terracotta
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