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Daily Log 14/7/11

14/7/11

AM

A pick pass was done in the eastern meter of the trench. Soil was sorted into buckets. Terracotta and small stones were found. While cleaning a possible statue fragment was found (special find #1).

Special Find #1

Possible Statue Fragment

Locus 2

35.36W, 85.81S

29.95 mAE

A pick pass was done between 36W and 37W. While picking a corner of a worn frieze plaque was found (SF #2). Soil was sorted into buckets and dumped. Terracotta and some pottery was found. Roots were clipped.

Special Find #2

Frieze Plaque Fragment

Locus 2

36.44W, 87.77S

29.88 mAE

20110004

20110004

A 3 rd pick pass was done between 37W and 38W. The soil was sorted into buckets and dumped. Terracotta and worn pottery was found. A worked piece of chert was found. (special find #3).

Special Find #3

Worked Chert

Locus 2

35.91W, 89.31S

29.95 mAE

A 4 th pick pass was done between 38W and 39W. Soil was sorted into buckets and dumped. Terracotta and pottery was found. A possible fenestrated fragment was found and made a special find (S.F. #4). The eastern baulk was trimmed with the remaining time before lunch.

Special Find #4

Possible Fenestrated Fragment

Locus 2

38.55W, 86.98S

30.07 mAE

20110033

20110033

PM

A fifth pick pass was done in the western most meter of the trench (39-40W). Prior to sorting, trimming the eastern baulk wall was continued. Sorting in the western meter then tool place; soil was sorted into buckets and taken to the dump. Terracotta and pottery were found and placed in either the bowl or the latte box. A light pick pass was then completed over the previous pass (39W- 40W) to level the surface with the rest of the trench. Locus 2 soil was present throughout. Picking then commenced in the eastern meter of the trench, careful attention was paid to the rock feature along the wall @88.5S. Soil remains olive/dark brown in color and clay-like in texture, with small rocks and roots confirming that the soil is still locus 2 . The soil was sorted into buckets, and the terracotta and pottery found were placed into the bowl/latte box.

While sorting continued along the eastern wall. A stump in the western wall (SW corner) was defined

with a trowel. In this soil a piece of worked chert was found (special find #5).

Special Find #5

Worked Chert

Locus 2

39.59W, 86.15S

29.96 mAE

20110007

20110007

The day ended baulk walling the eastern wall with trowels.

Bulk Finds

Locus 2

Tile- 3 bowls

Pottery- 1 latte

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Suggested Citation

Andrew J. Carroll. "AJC II (2011-07-14):39-46; Daily Log 14/7/11 from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate B/Civitate B 44/2011, ID:636/Locus 2". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/ffc1cec1-07a0-44bf-9e36-b0c2caebae06>

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