A.M./P.M. 6 July 2012
Locus 1 was closed. Locus 2 was established across the whole trench. The soil of this locus is dark-yellowish brown with fewer stones than locus 1. Co-ordinate depths were made and photos taken of the opening of the new locus.
Opening co-ordinates of locus 2:
NW (42-E/53-S): 55 cm. below datum point = 25.90 m. above absolute elevation.
NE (46-E/53-S): 68 cm. below datum point = 25.77 m. above absolute elevation.
SE (46-E/57-S): 84 cm. below datum point = 25.61 m. above absolute elevation.
SW (42-E/57-S): 69 cm. below datum point = 25.76 m. above absolute elevation.
1. Locus 2
Approximately 25.73 m. above absolute elevation
Iron fragment (horse shoe?)
2. Locus 2
25.73 m. above absolute elevation
Part of bronze band
A pick-pass was completed across the entire trench. The trench was lowered approximately 5 cm. Approximately 2 1/2 bowls of terracotta, all well-worn, were recovered. Twelve sherds of pottery were found. One piece, which may be iron slag, was made a bulk find. The sides of the trench were trimmed. An iron fragment and a part of a bronze band were made special finds (S.F.# 1 and #2).
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