June 29, 1987
Floor was cleaned for 2 hours then work resumed in I-J/86-92. The soil configuration remained basically the same as before. Rootier, dark brown soil to either side of of the old dump, characterized by more powdery yellowish soil and the occasional pieces of tile, plaster, ceramic and bone. About one cassetta of mixed plaster and tile [60%, 40% respectively] was recovered, about Â¾ latte box of mixed ceramics was also found.
In KL/94-95 the rock concentration was determined to be random and was begun to be lifted. The surrounding soil was mostly the shale-like "galestra" found also to the north. Almost no material came from this stratum. A couple of fragments of tile and one piece of pottery was found. Below this stratum appeared more brown-red in color than the grey layer above. The rocks and galestra will be removed but in the tile and soil left in place.
Floor was cleaned all afternoon concentrating on the T-25 area.
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