1 July 03
We began by trimming the baulk walls with baulk hammers and trowels. Two finds were unearthed during this process: an amorphous lump of bronze (and a fragment of creamware with traces of paint ( ). We then levelled the floor. Baulk trim totals for terracotta and pottery were:
1 cassetta of tile
1/2 latte box of pottery
We completed a pick pass through a 1/3 of the trench, shoveling and sifting into the wheelbarrow. Two more finds were uncovered: a bucchero tondo () and another piece of creamware with traces of paint ( ).
We re-picked that area to even out the floor. Sorted/sifted dirt into wheelbarrow. The workday ended early at 3 p.m. for a lecture at the museum. Closing elevations were:
49S/180E = 27.13
52S/180E = 27.17
50S/180E = 27.17
49S/182E = 27.10
50S/182E = 27.12
52S/182E = 27.22
1 latte box of pottery was unearthed as well as 1 cassetta of terracotta.
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