|Legacy Database LocusID||1021|
|Legacy Database TBTID||380|
|Description||Locus 4 was the 1 x2 meter sounding done in the northeastern corner of CA 73. It contained the same soil as loci 2 and 3, a loose, fine dark grayish brown. It contained a significant amount of material including terracotta, vitrified terracotta, pottery, bone, and slag. It was excavated until the loose, fine soil had been completely removed, revealed a dense, mottled soil beneath. Significant finds within locus 4 include a worked bone inlay (20120182), worked Pietra Fetida (20120184), carbonized wood, and a fragment of iron and bronze combined (20120227).|
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