We work in AG-X BB 1-2 and in agger 11 proper digging along east-west trench for a profile drawing including the fossa in quadrants F-D 9-15 for a narrower trench in F-E.
In AG-X we dig slowly reaching only mid 2, since we encounter an unusually high concentration of carbonized seeds (#s 1 and 2) as well as other carbonized material (# 3). This swath of cut 5 is only ca. 70cm wide, conforming to the dark burn soil which lies alongside the remaining section of the rock-fall/packing lifted long ago ( see sketch # 1 p. 4 ) and now extends to mid 0 ( see sketch # 6 p. 8 ). Pottery is frequent and includes a good deal of heavy coarseware and of bucchero (note # 5 in particular) in addition to the dominatny and sometimes good impasto. We find 2 pieces of bronze and several pieces of bone, also a little tile (including # 4) and plaster in large chunks.
In AG 11 we remove dumped earth and a tile dump then dig the topsoil away to a depth of ca. 40cm, finding a little pottery (ca. one-eighth carton).
In the last bit of our cut in AG-X we find burn intensified to black below and thinned to yellow, nearly empty soil above with the former rising.
- Find # 1
- AG-X BB1-0
Carbonized Seeds. Beans and Peas
- Find # 2
- AG-X BB1
- Cut 5
Carbonized Seeds, barley
- Find # 5
- AG-X BB 1
- Cut 5
Bucchero rim fragment from cup with ribbed body
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