July 9, 1993
Cut begun and completed to about 100 cm in meters H/44-45, in order to get a cross-section of that stone concentration. Soil is now a darker brown with large charcoal inclusions. Obtained 1/4 cassetta of small tile, 3/4 latte box of small pottery sherds and bone (some larger pieces), and 1/2 dozen small flakes of bronze. Also found 2 pieces of slag, finds #2 & 3.
Began cut in meters H-I/48-47 with picks, taking it down to an approximate depth of 110 cm. Soil remained medium-brown/olive, but the reddish burn layer with plaster inclusions began to appear in the bottom of the cut. Recovered about 1/10 cassetta of small pieces of tile and 1/2 latte box of pottery and bone. Among the pottery were find #1, a fragment of Italo-Coninthian creamware, #4, 2 sherds of a possibly coil-made vessel with rim and handle fragments, #5, a small piece of banded impasto, and #6, a piece of creamware, possibly Italo-Corinthian.
taken in afternoon.
Supplemental finds, found while drybrushing:
- Find #7
- depth 90-100 cm
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