June 17, 1985
Work confined to magazzino due to rain.
Tile: 2, Pottery: 1/2
Using fixed points on the column bases in T-26 the area of T-27 was charted and piccheti set out. For the T-27 grid system see
Work continued with the area directly west of T-27 cut to open the trench. The stratigraphy remains the same throughout the area: dark brown, rooty humus and top soil to ~10-15 cm followed by ~5-10 cm of greyish brown claylike soil with small stones which quickly becomes a densely packed layer.
Among the seemingly arbitrary fragments were found a badly worn piece of frieze plaque (banquet) and a large mass of corroded iron -- possibly a fibula.
- Find #1
- depth ~10-15 cm
frieze plaque fragment (banquet)
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