- Find 1
- Statue fragment - back, shoulder, neck, and hair
May 25, 1970
The mound which had been left in the eastern part of the trench ( see plan, p. 1 ) was taken down to the floor level. The usual tiles and pottery were present. A statue fragment was found.
The mound which had been left standing in the eastern part of the trench was taken down to floor level ( see plan, p. 1 ). The usual tiles and pottery were found, including part of a bucchero handle.
The dike was taken down to the
- Find 1
- Iron piece
- Find 2
- Sima head
- Find 3
- Spindle whorl
- Find 4
- Bronze brad
- Find 5
- Vase, foot - Italo cor.
pavement level and on and just above this floor, were found the following items
- a long curved piece of iron from the southern end
- a spindle whorl
- broken rochetto from a lateral sima
- several oddly shaped pieces, probably statue fragments, including a rounded piece which may be part of a head
- 2 lateral sima fragments
- a bronze brad and some bits of bronze
- fragments of pottery, coarseware and bucchero, and in burnt destruction debries, fragments of corinthian fabric, including the foot, and Italo-Greek fragments of red orange frabric with black paint, and fragments of pale orange fragment with brownish cleaned painted unintelligible design
Topsoil was removed from the dike.
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