June 16, 1992
The trench was extended to the west into meters H-I/43 where a topsoil cut was taken to a depth of ca. 10-15 cm. The topsoil was grey-brown in color and contained a heavy concentration of small rocks and roots. One quarter of a cassette of small pieces of worn tile, including a few burned pieces, and a few pieces of pottery were discovered in the cut. A few, small pieces of carbonized wood were also encountered.
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