July 4, 1990
The l0 cm. cut begun this morning in meters G/14-15 was extended south into meters G/12-13, extending the depth of these meters to ca. 105-110 cm. This cut was also extended east into the western quarter of meters H/12-15 in order to further define the stratigraphy to the west of the pit formation in meters H-I/12-13 and the extent and nature of the burn area and second possible pit formation (see:) in meters I-J/14-15. The western quarter of meters H/12-15 was also taken down to a depth of ca. 105-110 cm. The soil in the western quarter of meters H/12-13 consisted entirely of a clean layer of galestra which contained no material. The soil in the eastern
quarter of H/15, however, consisted of a combination of galestra and some dark brown soil. The dark brown soil, which was limited to the eastern-most edge of the excavated portion of meter H/15, contained a light concentration of carbon and a few burned impasto sherds. This dark brown soil may represent the western boundary of the burn area and possible pit tentatively identified in meters I-J/14-15. Further clearing of the area, however, will be necessary to determine the exact point of interface between the galestra and dark brown soil with certainty.
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