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Monday, 28 July, 2008


Baulk walls were trimmed in preparation for the closing of the trench and stratigraphic drawings.  Work focused on the southern and western walls, as these two walls will be drawn for stratigraphic sections.  While trimming baulk walls, a bronze ingot fragment (Find #1), a piece of odd terracotta (Find #2), a sherd of incised bucchero (Find #3), a sherd of striped, painted pottery (Find #4), and a sherd of incised, Italo Corinthian pottery (Find #5) were found.



  • Find #2
  • Baulk trim (from Locus 12 )
  • 55S-194.34E
  • 26.07m A.E.
  • Odd terracotta (lug handle)

  • Find #4
  • Baulk trim (from Locus 14 )
  • 54.55S-194.31E
  • 25.61m A.E.
  • Painted, striped pottery sherd




Baulk walls continued to be trimmed in preparation for the closing of the trench and stratigraphic secion drawings.  Once the baulk walls were trimmed, soil samples were taken and Munsell designations given to each of the soils.

Baulk Trim:

  • Tile and plaster: 2 bowls
  • Pottery: 133 sherds
  • Bone: 125 pieces
  • Bronze: 8 fragments

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Katharine R. Kreindler. "KRK III (2008-07-28):193-196; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 48/2008, ID:599". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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