July 9, 1968
Bedrock was found throughout most of the trench at widely varying levels, but usually just below the level of the wall foundations. Tiles did appear to be in the north wall as well as up against it, but no definite conclusions could be drawn with regard to dating.
I, Test Trench 6
Stone was found throughout the trench at a depth of about 10 cm. At each end, it appeared to be part of a wall cutting through the trench at right angles. Between these sections was a concentration of small level stones appearing to be bedrock. No definite postholes were found, but the west trench wall showed a clear pocket of red at m5. and a pocket of yellow at [no information given].
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