July 22, 1982
The stone packing in M, N-80-82 continued to be cleaned down with hammer and mestaline.
Meters R,S,T-73-65 were mapped out and piccetti set in place. The topsoil was removed over this whole area, bringing the trench to a depth of approximately 10 cm. Generally, the topsoil was dark and rooty. A new cut to approximately 20 cm was begun in RST-73 and also in meters R,S,T-68, 69. The soil of this cut was a generally light brown-red with specks of light plaster and carbonized wood. The tile layer in M.N,O-77-79 at approximately 80 cm continued to be drawn and was completed.
The stone packing in M,N,O-80-82 at c. 60 cm continued to be cleaned down.
The 30 cm cut in R,S,T-68 was continued to the west. The soil remained red-brown with carbonized wood and specks of plaster. Ivory was detected early and the soil was carefully and slowly checked in the wheelbarrow. Bronze flecks were also found.
- Find #2
- 30 cm
Incised ivory fragment
- Find #3
- 30 cm
Ivory serpentine head
- FInd #10
- 30 cm
Orangeware rocchetto head
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