1U The entire length of the wall through 1U was cleaned. Depth remained at 30-35 cm in the northern half but dropped off sharply to 60-60cm in the southern half. The southern half also produced a fair amount of pottery in addition to a number of vase and tile fragments lying on the wall.
The third course was taken off and the irregular stones appearing were cleared.
- Find # 3b
Frieze horse race
- Find # 2
- pottery and cut peices of horn
The second course was taken off. Stones appeared along the E edge of the trench, continuing as it seemed the curve of the wall noticed in 1X pg.63 . At 2.20 m facing S there was a gap which went across the trench widening from 1.40 m at the E edge to 1.90 m at the W edge, lined at the E edge with laid stones which changed into bedrock facing S and W for the rest of the trench.
At 60 cm facing S a formation of stones appeared at the W edge which contained a great amount of pottery and cut peices of horn (deer ?). Outside this pit, few pieces of pottery was found and very few tiles. See photo p. 76
- Find # 3
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