June 22, 1998, AM
The morning started by taking depth measurements in CA42N. Then a 5cm. cut was initiated in N10, W11-13. The soil is still olive brown in color and therefore retains locus 1 designation. A piece of iron, badly corroded, was found in N10 W11. The cut was extended into N11, W11-13. Stumps in the south part of the trench were defined. Tile and pottery count will be done in the end of the day.
In CA42 10cm cut was started in the well area. Galestra is very hard and rock like in places. Baulk hammers proved to be more useful in picking. Drawing of the exposed western wall of the wall was done.
June 22, 1998 PM
In CA42N continued the cut initiated in the morning in N12-14 W11-13. Large amount of time was spent defining rocks and stumps in the northern part of the trench. Baulks were trimmed a total of 40 tile pieces, ranging in size from 1 to 4cm. and extremely worn were excavated in CA42N today. In addition 2 cream ware fragments, 2 fragments of impasto, possibly from the same vessel and 20 red ware fragments were found, the last including 2 handles and one burnt piece. Also a piece of vitrified terracotta was found in the stump roots of N12 W11.
In CA42 continued excavating well area by finishing the cut started in the morning and making another 5 cm. cut throughout the trench. Baulks were trimmed. Final depth for today was ___.
- Find # 1
- W11 N10
- 61 cm b.d., Locus 1
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