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July 21, 1987


Floor was cleaned most of the morning. In L-I/87-89 the brownish soil wiht some plaster and burn was     over what appeared to be tiles. Some pottery came from here and a couple of pieces of bone. Some of htis material was buned. Verly little tile was found and a couple of these frags were burned. About 1/2 cassette of plaster was found, a little of it burned. The soil in these meters was not heavy packed plaster but light consistency and colored with disintegrated plaster. Small amounts of  burn were found scattered but no real layer.

In Y/76-77 and Y-Z/74 excavation continued and definig floor. Very little  material came from this brown soil. I Y/77 the floor definitely falls off to the southeast.It appeared eroded and collapsed here, possibly from drainage.

Work also continued aroud T/85-86 to look for floor and find any other sima frags. Little was found except the the floor was fairly good right here.


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Abbey Collins. "AC VII (1987-07-21):222-225; Tuesday from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 26/1987, ID:433". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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