July 2, 1998
Another cut was taken throughout meters E138-139/S23-24 in the yellowish-brown soil, Locus 31, lowering the area to approximately 55 cm b.d. The area was then partially levelled in an effort to expose the darker carbon-filled soil visible below in several places, as well as the section in the south side.
This work produced 41 fragments of tile and terracotta and 2/3 of a latte box of pottery and bone. An impasto rim with incision (#1) and a fragment of bucchero handle or strut (#2) were also found.
- Find #1
- 55 cm b.d.
- Locus 31
Incised impasto rim
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