June 20, 1988
Work slow due to wet conditions. Continued to clear down rocks in meters A/5-7. A terracotta rosette was found in A/6. A coarseware handle with finger-incised serpentine design was found in the baulk of A/8. A tile and plaster dump was established in Tesoro 9.
Topsoil was cut in meters B/8-10. This cut increased in depth from 10 cm in B/10 to 25 cm in B/8 due to the lateral slope of the trench. The soil in meters B/9-10 was the same loose, rooty, brown topsoil as was the initial cut in meters A/5-10. However, in meter B/8 the soil changed to a more yellow color and claylike texture. The change in soil is understandable since it is the deepest cut yet. One latte box of pottery and one cassetta of tile came out of B/8-10. There were no finds in the afternoon except a possible piece of ivory.
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