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Tuesday July 19, 1994

AM

Work continued in I/20-22.  Having taken I/21-22 down to a level of 45cm yesterday did not settle the issue of whether the stone formation was a wall.  For that reason, I/20-21 is also being excavated now.

Removal of the stump in I/21 revealed more stones, so that a definite wall course consisting of large boulders can be seen running approximately east/west.  Presently nine stones on the surface are visible.  The western most stone is embedded in the baulk.  In the I/21 meter there is a large flat stone beside the wall and slightly lower down.  It is unclear at this point whether it has tumbled from the well or is in situ.  Also unclear are traces of a foundation trench in the west baulk.  There does not seem to be one, although

careful baulk trim may reveal one.

Very little pottery or tile has come from the I/20-21 meter or from on top of the wall.

pottery I/20-21=1/4 liter box

tile I/20-21= 1/4 cassetta

tile from under the stump= 1/2 liter box

PM

Work in maggazino

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Alison Griffith. "AG II (1994-07-19):84-87; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 25 North Extension/1994, ID:107". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/f6b38529-5602-439a-8e1e-b0ed7213d7da>

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