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July 6, 1988


The stump in R 67-68 was removed. A fragment of vitrified plaster and a small amount of tile, plaster and pottery were found.

The cut started Tuesday morning (depth 0.60m) was continued (P-R 69; Q 68 and part of P 68 and Q 66 and part of Q 67). The soil and the nature of the finds are the same as yesterday. 1 casette of tile, 1 casette of plaster, a few pithos fragments and 2 boxes of mixed pottery were found. A number of small bronze fragments were found (collected in bags). Finds of ivory inlay continued.


  • Find #3
  • Q 67
  • depth 0.60m
  • plaster layer
  • ridgepole with diagonal ridges


The cut started Tuesday morning was continued (the rest of P 68; R 68; R 65; the rest of Q 67; Q 65; and part of P 66). Tile was more abundant in R 68 and P 66. In P 65-66 a very large fragment of a pithos rim was found (left in situ). 2 casettes of tile, 1 casetta of plaster and 3 boxes of mixed pottery were found (among which some very large fragments of impasto - possibly form the same vessel - PQ 65-66). Bronze were bagged.


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Helle Andersen. "HDA I (1988-07-06):46-57; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 26/1988, ID:431". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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