July 20, 1998 AM
Continued the 10cm cut through locus 11 started on Friday using trowels. The soil contains a lot of carbon and disintegrated plasters. Also there are numerous rocks (5-10cm in size) randomly dispersed within the soil. Several tile pieces (10cm) and a pithos rim fragment were found concentrated in meter N14 W9 together with few rocks. A full latte box of bone and pottery was excavated this morning, as well as 25 tile fragments and 15 plaster pieces.
Also a strange pottery fragment with one/possibly 2 finished edges was found.
July 20, 1998 PM
It was decided to use picks in excavating locus 11 in order to expedite the process. 1/2 of latte box of pottery and bone, 7 tile fragments and 9 pieces of plaster were found. Special finds included 2 pieces of worked stone, spindle whorls, a small iron slag, piece of plaster with one finished surface and 3 large fragmentary vessel parts (2 rims).
Work also resumed in CA42. More stones in the well wall were exposed by cutting back into galestra on both sides of the wall.
- Find #2
- N12.71 W8.07
- 123 cm b.d/locus 11
- Find #3
- N12.31 W8.36
- 121cm b.d/locus 11
- Find #5
- N12.52 W7.71
- 131 cm b.d/locus 11
- coilmade impasto rim (fragment joins find #2, p. 159 )
- Find #8
- N12.66 W8.64
- 124 cm b.d/locus 11
- Find #9
- N13 W9
- 125 cm b.d/locus 11
- worked stone
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