July 21, 1987
The floor of the S.E. building was cleaned for several hours.
The rock pack, which seems to run in a straight line from R/56 to L/55, was cleaned further. Tiles resting near and on these rocks continue to be found. Plaster is also heavy in this area. T-22 washout was picked up in A-C/53-55.
Work in M/54 continued. This grid was brought down to the level of T-22 (120 cm). Due to a sloping ground surface, the depth of this cut at the baulk at M is roughly 100 cm. This cut was even with the burn layer of T-22 and indeed heavy carbon concentration was found. Approximately one tall latte box of assorted pottery was filled. Tile and plaster was also found.
- Find 2
N/54 was brought down to 100 cm below surface. Carbon concentration decreased in this grid relative to M/54. One tall latte box of pottery was filled. Of particular interest was a rocchetto found in M/54.
Work today was concentrated in T-22. All crews worked in this area. In grid A/55, a bowl (face downward) was recovered. Split in two, one half rested slightly above the other. This bowl rested on dirt which covered the upper bedrock "step" of the north end. *
Q-R/57 was brought down to ~100 cm level. Approximately one tall latte box of pottery was found. Tile and plaster fragments were also found.
* This area was not washout. According to, this area was only excavated to 40 cm below surface level.
- Find 4
- Find 6
- Gorgon antefix fragment
- Find 7
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