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July 4, 2005

THe excavation of locus 4 was continued.  The trench was lowered approximately 10 cm.  Three bowls (24 cm. in diameter, 7 cm. in depth) of terracotta fragments were recovered.  Approximately 1/5 latte box of bone was found.  Approximately 1/2 latte box of pottery sherds was found along with a large piece of a coarse ware rim.  Several pieces of what appears to be part of a cover tile were saved.  Four special finds were made (#1:  Pietra Fetida fragment, #2:  Frieze Plaque fragment, #3:  Sling Stone fragment, #4:  Sherd with black slip).


  • Find #2
  • 179-180-E/49-51-S
  • 27.35 m. above abs. elev.
  • Locus #4
  • Frieze plaque fragment


  • Find #3
  • 176.8-E/49.3-S; 176.4-E/52.0-S; 177.0-E/52.0-S; 177.0-E/52.1-S; 180.0-E/52.2-S; 180.0-E/49.3-S (locus 4 co-ordinates)
  • Approx. 27.35 m. above abs. elev.
  • Locus 4
  • Sling stone fragment


  • Find #4
  • 179.7-E/51.5-S
  • 27.33 m. above abs. elev.
  • Locus 4
  • Sherd with black slip
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Ed Clark. "EC V (2005-07-04):78-85; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 30G/2005, ID:554/Locus 4". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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