Locus 2 is in the N.W. corner of the trench. It consists of a packing of small rocks (10-15cm in size). It is surrounded by a light-medium brown soil.
Locus 3 consists of a light-medium brown soil, with a few roots and small stones. Opening elevations, coordinates and photos were taken for both loci.
(sketch of Locus 2 and 3 on p. 35)
Following this a pick pass of the north meter of Locus 3 was made. Some terracotta fragments were recovered. Two more meters were south were picked and similarly terracotta fragments were recovered. Soil remains a light-medium brown with a few roots. Some small stones.
Closing elevations 25 th June 2012
1. 48cm B.D. = 25.66m A.E.
2. 69cm B.D. = 25.45m A.E.
3. 61cm B.D. = 25.53m A.E.
4. 51cm B.D. = 25.63m A.E.
5. 54cm B.D. = 25.60m A.E.
6. 58cm B.D. = 25.56m A.E.
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