Wednesday, 10 July, morning
Plaster .66 (.33 from Q-R 89-90)
Pottery 1 berry, .25 latte (from Q-R 89-90=
We extend the topsoil cut to the north and west in L 86-90 and clean down to flor ( or floor level) in Q-R 89-90. We also begin removing the rock packing in P 89. The topsoil continues to yield a good deal of tile (boxes) and plaster, some of which is badly burned (eg. No. 3) and soem pottery (more than 1 strawberry box) including large and small impasto pot rim fragments and bucchero kantharos handle fragments as well as a fragment of post-antique (glazed) pithcer, set aside, as is a slingstone. Deepening the cut in L 88-87 we encounter plaster soil with some burn material and 2 possible ivory fragments (Nos. 4, 5). In Q-R 89-90 a black layer blankets the floor but gives way at the north to a yellow layer. Overthe black layer in the plaster soil we find the plaster fragment No. 2. An intense plaster burn soi yields the akroterion fragment No. 1. We clean down to the concentration of rock, tile, plaster, pottery, and pithos (rim) fragments in plaster soil - below a clay soil still under the great stone removed for a photo.
- Find #1
- O 89-90
- burn soil ca. 2 cm. over oblique floor
fragment of cut-out akroterion
- Find # 5
- L 88
- plaster burn soil below topsoil
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