July 10, 2000
Photographs were taken in teh morning. A new cut, ca 4 cm in depth was started at the eastern edge of locus 2, the area comprised of meters 28-29.5 S and 167-169 E.
This cut helped to level the trench and define the edges of some of the stones that may constitute a fracture of some sort (see pg 27 ). In addition, a 2x2 m area was cleared in meters 34-36 S, 171-173 E for later excavation. Grass, weeds, and humus were removed. Few sherds of pottery were discovered, but two medium sized pieces of terracotta tile were recovered from this area, which will be designated Locus 3.
A concentration of rocks at meter 26-27 S, 170-171 E, the northeast corner of a trench excavated in 1999, were also photographed in preparation for further work in that area. Although the stones are small, the density of their concentration and their context directly beneath the tile spread (see EC III, pg 3 ) demanded they be treated as potentially important.
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