Thursday, July 7, 1994
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Continued work on north and south baulks, completing the straightening of the baulks. This produced 15-20 pieces of tile and a few small bits of plaster, and 12-15 fragments of pottery and bone. A fragment of raking sima was found from this work (#1).
It was determined that the rock concentration on the east side of the trench was backfill and washed out backfill from trench T-6a (see Gantz Bk. III [ TG III ]). This is also noted by the original excavator of this portion of T-25 (see Hare Bk. III p. 123 [ ]). This most likely accounts for the @ 70 cm. discrepancy along the north side of the trench. The stones and backfill soil were removed, creating a roughly level step in meters Y-Z/19-20 (note: meters Y-Z/20 are largely backfill, thus we are dealing with only @ 70 cm. of meter 20) at approximately 110 cm. b.d. This produced 20-30 small fragments of tile, and 9 fragments of pottery. A fragment of cut out akroterion was also found (#2).
- Find #1
- 133 cm.
*joins with p. 35 #2
- Find #2
- @ 110 cm.
cut out akroterion
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