A.M./P.M. 24 July 2012
Excavation of locus 6 continued. It was
lowered approximately 60 cm. There was not a
significant change in soil composition, which is like
that of locus 5. The soil becomes a lighter color
near the bottom above what appears to be bedrock.
Approximately 2 bowls of terracotta fragments were
recovered. Approximately 2 latte boxes of pottery
sherds were found. Approximately 1/5 latte box of
bone fragments were found. Six pieces of bronze were
made bulk finds. Bedrock appears to be becoming
exposed. There are good size terracotta fragments in
the bottom of the locus. Nine special finds were
made. The soil of locus 6 is especially compacted.
1. Locus 6 45.0-E/53.9-5 24.84 m. above absolute elevation Bronze flake
2. Locus 6 45.5-E/53.7-S 24.80 m. above absolute elevation Handle sherd with hole
3. Locus 6 44-46-E/53-54-S Approximately 24.83 m. above absolute elevation Bronze chunk
4. Locus 6 44-46-E/53-54-5 Approx.24.75 m. above absolute elevation Bronze stick
5. Locus 6 44.1-E/53.6-S 24.71 m. above absolute elevation Bucchero sherd(s) with incision
6. Locus 6 45.1-E/53.7-S 24.57 m. above absolute elevation Odd terracotta fragment
7. Locus 6 44.7-E/53.7-S 24.37 m. above absolute elevation Fine Impasto Tondo
8. Locus 6 44.2-E/53.7-S 24.41 m. above absolute elevation Fine Impasto Handle fragment
Special Finds (cont.):
9. Locus 6 44.5-E/53.7-S 24.35 m. above absolute elevation Bronze Pin
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