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Saturday July 26 1997

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Work continued in locus 14, meters S 50-57 E 149-150. It was decided to use mestiline insted of pics due to high consentration of material. The soil was dark grayish brown (2.5 Y, 4/2) corresponding to the burn layer. Material recovered from locus 14 included 2.5 latte boxes of pottery and 83 tile fragments. Tile fragments were small 1-5cm and worn, execept for the large fragement of unusual architectural terracotta (porbably ridgepole tile). Pottery included 264 impasto, 19 grayware, 5 coarseware, 61 redware, 2 creamware, adn 18 bucchero fragments. 42 bone pieces including one with cut marks were found.

Finds consisted of 1 piece of bronze, unusual tondo fragment, 2 incised pottery sherds, rocchetto fragment with stamped decoration, spindle whorl, small bronze object, 2 painted pottery sherds, a crusible fgragment, a rim with moulded decoration and a rim with stamped decoration.

Burn layer extends 80 cm east from the baulk at which point soil shifts to soft and clayey light olive brown (2.5 Y, 5/4) with no carbon and no material.

19970111

19970111
  • Find #1
  • Locus 14
  • S. 49.8 E149.1
  • 94 cm below surface
  • piece of bronze

19970068

19970068
  • Find #4
  • Locus 14
  • S. 49.9 E149.1
  • 94 cm below surface
  • rocchetto fragment with stamped decoration

19970138

19970138
  • Find #7
  • Locus 14
  • S. 50 E149
  • Crucible fragment

19970073

19970073
  • Find #10
  • Locus 14
  • S. 49.9 E148.7
  • 92 cm below surface
  • rim with stamped decoration

19970125

19970125
  • Find #11
  • Locus 14
  • S. 50.1 E148.7
  • 93 cm below surface
  • unusual architectural terracotta (ridge pole tile)

19970117

19970117

19970070

19970070
  • Find #13
  • Locus 14
  • S. 49.5 E149.2
  • 98 cm below surface
  • impasto spindle whorl
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Margarita Gleba. "MG I (1997-07-26):88-99; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 21/1997, ID:349". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/2ba563b2-f6c7-4a65-ac66-10c35508e0a5>

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