July 29, 1997
A.M. PHOTOS TAKEN
Continued removing the baulk in S 26, E 137. The upper layer, a medium brown soil with tree roots and grass roots, was excavated to a level of 58-59 cm b.d. The was designated LOCUS 21. Beneath was a slightly more yellowish stratum, LOCUS 22, which overlay a medium brown layer iwth carbon and plaster inclusions starting at a depth of 68-70 cm b.d.- LOCUS 23.
LOCUS 21 produced 4 fragments of tile and 24 fragments of pottery.
LOCUS 22 produced 3 fragments of tile and 1/6 latte box of pottery and bone.
LOCUS 23 produced 9-10 fragments of tile and 1 very full latter box of pottery and bone. Also recovered was a decorated piece of bucchero (#1), a bucchero fragment with an asterisk stamp (#2), and a bucchero rim (#3)
- Find #1
- S 26 E 137 (S 25.56 E 136.66)
- 73 cm
- LOCUS 23
hooded handle fragment - fragment of bucchero w/ excised deco very friable. decoartion appears to be in concentric circles with lines radiating from a central point.
- Find # 2
- S 26 E 137
- 71 cm b.d.
- LOCUS 23
bucchero w/ asterisk stamp
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