Approximately fourteen latte boxes of pottery and 1/4 a box of bone came from the excavation of North Terrace 3. 65% of the pottery is coarseware, 25% orangeware, 5% impasto, 5% fineware, 4% bucchero, and 1% creamware. No complete profiles were reconstructed.
Coarseware: Mainly body fragments with 24 rims, 4 handles, and 11 base fragments.
* Also included in the representative box are 8 pieces of coarseware from one vessel, possibly a cooking bell. 5 pieces join to form a large piece and 3 piecs join that include a rim fragment.
Orangeware: The majority of the pieces are body fragments. There are 25 rims, 8 bases, and 7 handles.
Impasto: The majority are body fragments with 11 rims and 6 bases.
Fineware: The majority of the fragments are rims (60%) and the rest are body fragments.
Bucchero: The bucchero fragments found included 7 rims, 3 bases and 2 handles, plus body pieces. 2 pieces have incised decoration. 90% of the bucchero fragments were found in meters A/B-5/6.
Creamware: The creamware found consists of 3 rims and one handle base fragment.
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