|Legacy Database LocusID||1219|
|Legacy Database TBTID||404|
|Description||Locus 4 is defined by a humus topsoil later or O-horizon. As it is an extension to the South East it seams to abut up against an older undefined trench and what seems to be its associated dirt pile/potential tile and pottery dump. On the surface of Locus 4 there was found a few large pieces of tile and a few smaller that fist sized rocks. 2 catalogued finds were discovered: 1 terracotta with slag scarring (PC2014005), and 1 piece of vitrified terracotta (PC20140057). No metals or bone were found. 3 pieces of slag were found, weighing 58 grams. 104 pieces of pottery were uncovered, 44% of which were impasto and 29% were coarseware. This locus has a severe increase in both pottery and terracotta because of what was previously identified as a dirt and terracotta dump. Locus 4 is equivalent with Locus 1.|
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