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June 26, 1969

We increased the width of the area being excavated (ca R-U, 4-10) by 1.0m for a length of 2.0 m from the N wall of the EW cut, as investigation ca 2.0m. N of the n wall (at a depth of 1-2m) had revealed galestra and bedrock. After increasing the width, we restricted excavation in the 3.0 x 6.60 m area to 2.0 x 6.60 m, i.e. there was no further digging (after ca 0.40 m depth) in the part 1.0 m E of the 17.40 m mark, as we found galestra below. we gathered 4 boxes of tiles from the region of vertical excavation, and 1 from the upper levels, as well as the follwing:

19690105

19690105
  • find 5
  • U-10
  • 0.85 m
  • fragment from right edge of horserace frieze

19690084

19690084
  • find 19
  • U-9
  • 2.20 m
  • fragment of right edge of procession frieze

19690083

19690083
  • find 21
  • T-9
  • 2.20 m
  • fragment of seated figure frieze

19690059

  • find 34
  • U-9
  • 2.20 m
  • fragment of  cow?

19690685

  • find 37
  • U 8
  • lateral sima spout fragment
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Mary Berg. "MB I (1969-06-26):51-55; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Agger/Agger 8/1969, ID:264". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/29b81aa5-e08a-4232-be5b-79f05e73f547>

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