June 10, 1988
This morning the 10cm. topsoil cut was completes to the west in meters C-H/1. The soil in this area contained a large number of roots and small rocks. Only one badly worn piece of tile was found in the cut. A second cut was then taken in meters A-B/1-6 to a depth of 20cm. The soil in this second cut was light brown in color and contained many roots and small rocks. The ground is still very wet and difficult to dig. A small, worn fragment of a fenestrated bowl was discovered in meter A/6 and a worn redware foot in meter B/2. In addition, a few badly worn pices of tile and coarse pottery were found in the cut.
- Find 1
- Depth of 11 cm.
Fenestrated bowl fragment
This afternoon the second cut was extended south into meters C-D/1-6 at a depth of ca. 20 cm. The soil was light brown in color and contained a large amount of roots and small rocks. The ground in this area is still very wet and difficult to excavate. A few badly worn pieces of tile and coarse pottery were discovered in the cut.
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