July 6, 2010
Pick pass done in the western meter wide strip of the trench, soil remains consistent with Locus 2 Â—medium brown claylike soil. Soil sorted and cleared from the trench. A concentration of rocks is appearing in the northern half of the western meterÂ—see drawing. Roots from the
Find 1: Impasto Rocchetto Fragment, 20100003
Pick pass done in last eastern meter strip Soil consistent with Locus 2 , sorted and cleared from trench. Very few roots on the eastern side of the trench. In cleaning found Medieval pottery, most likely associated with othersÂ—see page 23 .
Find 2: Medieval Pottery FragmentsÂ—four fragments
Pick pass completed in western meter strip, removing some rocks drawn on page 29. Soil consistent with Locus 2 , cleared and sorted from trench.
*Should note that much of the material, especially the bone, concentrated in the eastern meter strip.
Roots clipped over the area of the trench.
Pick pass done in the central meter of the trench. Soil consistent with Locus 2 , sorted and cleaned from the trench. In cleaning an unusual object, possibly slag, was found.
Find 3: Slag
Also found a glazed piece of Medieval pottery.
Find 4: Medieval Pottery
In cleaning also found a piece of bone with an odd indentation.
Find 5: Bone with Indentation
Pick pass done in the eastern most meter strip. Soil consistent with Locus 2 soil, sorted and cleaned from the trench. During cleaning found piece of ridged coil made pottery. In searching pottery box for a second piece due to modern break found second piece of coil made posttery that is unrelated (no modern break).
Find 6: Ridged Coil Made Pottery
Find 7: Ridged Coil Made Pottery
Supplemental FindÂ—no elevation or coordinates
Also in cleaning found piece of butchered bone.
Find 8: Butchered Bone, 20100012
Pick pass done in the northwestern one by one and a half meter area, especially targeting the area of roots and stumps. Soil consistent with Locus 2 , sorted and cleared from the trench. In cleaning found an odd piece of material, possibly shell or possibly organic material.
Find 9: Possible Striated Shell
Roots clipped over area of the trench.
Terra cotta: 1 bowl
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