August 2, 1971
- J/27-28: 3 boxes of tiles
- D-F/27-28: 3 boxes of tiles
Worked in grids J/27-28 and D-F/27-28.
Profile D-F/22-23 drawn ( see p. 137 ).
J/27-28: Remaining part of lowest layer down to "batuto" surface is removed. In J/27, this surface is found; in J/28, it is not as clearly established. Some tiles (small fragments) still being seen on same level. Quite a few tiles from J/28, contrary to upper level of yellow stratum here, but very few bones. Some finds, among them two pieces of gorgon antefix which fit to gorgon fragment from p. 149 .
- Find #1
- T-18 J/27
- Tile with imprint from animal hoof (pig?)
In two cuts, we work down to a level ab. 30-40 cm below previously dug level. No stones of middle size or above are lifted. Fairly compact small-stone pack in E-F/27-28; D/27 and western part of D/28 is free from stones. Earth here yellowish, hard. Not much tile or pottery; a few finds, among them a nearly complete gorgon antefix in E/27, on a high level, in the imddle of stone fill here. Two gorgon fragments in F/28.
Three boxes of tiles in D-F/27-28. A concentration of stones of middle size in E/28 (left); a big stone with flat surface in D/28, depth ca. 50 cm below ground surface.
- Find #4
- T-18 E/27
- In the middle of stone fill, depth ca. 40 cm below ground surface
- Gorgon antefix, nearly entire
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