July 5, 2010
Pick pass begun in the western most meter wide area of the trench. Soil consistent with Locus I , but coming down on soil change. Soil sorted and cleaned from the trench. Rocks still appearing over the area of the trench, 4-8cm size, but unsure of any regularity. Pick pass begun in middle meter wide area. Soil consistent with Locus 1 , sorted and cleared from trench. Some small rocks appearing, but not in the same concentration of the western meter. Pick pass done in the last eastern meter of the trench. Soil sorted and cleaned, remains consistent with Locus 1 soild. In cleaning found Medieval pottery, possibly associated with the piece found last week ( 21 ).
Find 2: Medieval Glass Fragment, 20100009
NW Corner: 28.95m A.E.
NE Corner: 28.83m A.E.
SE Corner: 29.01m A.E.
SW Corner: 29.03m A.E.
Pick pass done in the western meter strip in Locus 2 soil which is medium brown claylike soil. Soil sorted and cleared from trench. Much fewer rocks at this level, though a few small ones still appearing. Pick pass done in the central meter of the trench. Soil remains consistent with Locus 2 and is sorted and cleared from the trench. Still small rocks appearing
Terra cotta: Â½ bowl
Terra cotta: 1/3 bowl
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