Daily Log 21/7/15
This morning the trench was extended one meter to the north. This meter represents the boundary between VT8 and VT7. In VT7 a series of stones are apparent in the south baulk wall and it is our aim to reveal them in this extension.
The extension will be labelled Locus 7
Locus 7 is the top layer of construction fill for the Tennis Courts.
Opening Elevations for Locus 7 :
1. N.E. 307.06 m A.E.
2. S.E. 307.05 m A.E.
3. S.W. 307.07 m A.E.
4. N.W. 307.11 m A.E.
of Locus 7
Opening Coordinates for Locus 7 (as per trench drawing):1. -4.07 m N/-8.96 m E
2. -5.10 m N/-8.79 m E
3. -6.14 m N/-13.70 m E
4. -5.16 m N/-13.91 m E
Pick passes continue un the extension from west to east. Tile is found as well as modern materials including glass, rubber, and metal.
Locus 7 remains filled with rocks and hard packed soil. Roughly 3.5 meters from west to east was picked.
1 Bowl of Tile and Plaster
5 Sherds of pottery
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