Wedneday July 13, 1994
Work began with baulk trim of the area excavated yesterday. Trimming the south baulk revealed a line of large stones embedded in the baulk between the western edge of the I/23m all the way to the west baulk of this trench. The stones in the I/21 meter are somewhat smaller, perhaps because of a large stump which may have disturbed this stone feature.
Interestingly, there is one large stone that sits partially in the I/23 meter. It was visible in section in the cut taken to remove T-6b backfill in I/23-24. <except for one boulder at the bottom of the trench (80cm) in the I/24 meter, there is no sign of this stone feature in the section of I/23-24.
In order to explore this stone feature, it was decided to extend
the trench one meter to the south beteeen I/20-24, and possibly also I20-26, depending on what is found in I/20-24.
After baulk trim was complete, cleaning off the stump was completed. It produced very little material.
Finally, we began to bring the level of H-I/20-22 down to the sam level as H-I/23-24. This work was incomplete at the end of the day. 60-70cm.
pottery of baulk trim= 1/4 liter box
tile of baulk trim= 1 liter box
pottery of stump= 4 sherds
tile of stump= 1 handful
pottery of H-I/20-22= 1/4 liter box
tile of H-I/20-22= 1 liter box
Work in maggazino.
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