July 30, 1982
In grids T-W/62-64, excavation cintinued, clearing and defining the "mortar" floor with mestilini and hammers. In grids W/62-63 (see map , p. 64), a pan tile was discovered, with width preserved, lying on top of a heavy concentration of plaster. This tile appears to be situated about 20 cm beyond the end of the preserved floor. A well preserved floor was detected in grids V-W/63-64, running from the south and east baulks north to approximately the northern edge of a large pan tile resting on a column base in grids V&W/64 (see map , p. 64). Then, in grids T-U/63-64, the floor is scantily preserved, lying in scattered fragments under a heavy layer of plaster and vitrified material. Due to time considerations, and the decayed state of the floor, excavation to floor level was discontinued in grids R-T/62-64, and U/62. The area was swept clean for photographs and mapping.
- Find #9
- 60 cm
- Cut 3
- Bucchero handle with hatched triangles and dashes.
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