Daily Log 16/7/15
Completed around 20 pick passes in Locus 6 without any materials surfacing. The soil is yellow and granular, mottled with white, and consists of what appears to be decomposing limestone.
The afternoon began with pick passes in Locus 3 to verify the sterility of the soil. The soil appears bright white and chalky, particularly in the northwestern end of the Locus. There appears to be a darker soil that is in the south of the locus, in which a fragment of pottery was found. Also, flecks of charcoal were noticed in this soil.
1. 313 cm B.D.=305.08 m A.E.
2. 327 cm B.D.=304.92 m A.E.
3. 317 cm B.D.=305.04 m A.E.
4. 324 cm B.D.=304.97 m A.E.
5. 197 cm B.D.=306.24 m A.E.
6. 193 cm B.D.=306.28 m A.E.
7. 190 cm B.D.=306.31 m A.E.
8. 194 cm B.D.=306.27 m A.E.
9. 196 cm B.D.=306.25 m A.E.
10. 194 cm B.D.=306.27 m A.E.
Closing Totals for Locus 3 :
4 pieces of tile
4 sherds of pottery
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