Thursday, June 23, 1994
Completed cut in Y-Z/16-17, removing about 10 cm.-105-115 cm. The soil continued to be yellowish brown throughout. Ver little material was recovered, 12-15 pieces of tile and five pottery and 1 bone fragment. Finds #5 painted creamware and #7 incised grayware rim came from this area.
Began a cut in Y-Z/13, 120-130 cm., moving east. Completed cut through Y-Z/14. The soil in this eare was mainly yellowish brown. However the soil in Z/13 and about 50 cm. of Z/14, up to a grouping of three rocks was dark brown with plaster and carbon inclusions.* Another cut was begun in Y-Z/18 moving west 115-125 cm. deep. This area is higher than the east and of the trench due to a gradual rise to th east in the old 1981 trench floor surface. The soil continued to be yellowish brown. 6-8 pieces of pottery were found, plus #9 Find incised impasto, and about 12 pieces of cover and pan tile and several bits of terracotta.
*In meters Y-Z/13-14 1/4 cassetta of tile and plaster, several with reed impressions, were recovered, along with 3-1/2 latte boxes of bone, teeth, and pottery-mostly coarseware with several small fragments of bucchero-much of the pottery showed signs of burning.
- Find #5
- Y/16-17 meterline
- 100-115 cm.
- barrow find
- painted creamware
- Find #8
- 118 cm.
- cut antler
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