July 2, 1968
Digging continued under the stones and in the northeast corner of the trench. At F8, a griffin wing was found, and at F9, a griffin's lower leg and paw, broken off underneath where it would have attached to a ridgepole tile. F3 produced a left hand from a seated-statue akroterion, and another head from the lateral sima.
Horse-race frieze was again heavy, and found in all conditions from well-fired to exceedingly crumbly. Frieze and sima continued to be heaviest under the stones, but they were also found elsewhere in the trench. 31 boxes of tiles were dumped in five hours.
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