July 7, 1987
95-100 cm cut was completed in grid U/57. Pottery of all fabrics was found, as well as a few bone fragments. A fragment of an impasto rocchetto was discovered.
V/58 was cleaned. Rocks in this grid and those in U/58 are preserved in situ. This grid produced pottery of all types and of particular interest - a large jaw of a horse (probably) complete with five teeth. One piece of fluted cup was discovered; this was impasto.
R-S/59, outside the baulk of the cut, was cleared of backfill in preparation for the final cut in grids Q-U/58. Under the soil is plaster with heavy burn layer above in places. Final cut in Q-U/58 will go down to this level.
- Find 1
- Impasto rocchetto
- Find 2
- Impasto rim fragment
- Find 4
- Impasto rocchetto
A tree stump was removed from grid T/56. The cleaning of this stump produced small amounts of assorted pottery and bone.
R-S/58 was taken down to the level of plaster in 59, roughly 105-110 cm from surface at Q. This cut is producing large amounts of plaster and pottery and some tile and bone. Crucible fragments were also found. A rocchetto head was discovered in R/58. The rocks which rest on the plaster in T-U/58 seem to decrease in R-S. A layer of black, burned soil rests on top of any plaster which may exist beneath this level. It is possible that the plaster pack in S-U/59-58 does not continue in this area.
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