July 9, 1987
Work continued on the floor of the southeast building for the first half of the morning ( see AC VII ).
Exacavation also continued in MNO/72-77 and in LM/78-81. In the former area, the fourth cut was completed. The high concentration of pithos fragments that appeared in M/75 continued, and was encircled by scattered tile fragments. All were left in situ. Pottery finds were minimal.
In LM/78-81, work concentrated in LM/79-81 to bring the level down to ca. 100 cm below surface, or to the floor level. Finds were again limited to tile and assorted pottery pieces, along with a few bronze flakes.
Same as morning in LM/80-81. Bone pieces, pottery, tile and plaster fragments and visible and collected, but no major finds, aside form a large piece of bronze, some bone, and a lion spout attachment.
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