July 6, 1987
Q-U/58 was brought down to the 95-100 cm level. This cut takes us to roughly 20 cm above a plaster pack in grid U/59. One full cassetta of tile and plaster was dumped. Over two tall latte boxes of assorted pottery were filled. Two pieces of bronze and much bone was found. A large piece of terracotta from U/58 was found. The function of it is unknown at present. One half of a rocchetto was found also. Soil in this cut reveals heavy carbon content.
U/58 was taken down to the level of plaster pack in U/59. The soil contained much rock - some apparently resting on the surface of the plaster, which continues into this grid from U/58. Over one half of a latte box of pottery was filled. Many bone fragments were found as well.
95-100 cm cut was continued in Q-T/57. Assorted pottery and tile fragments (some burned) were found. Moulded bucchero fragments
- Find 1
- Impasto rocchetto
were unusually frequent.
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