July 15, 1991
Work continued in clearing down and levelling meters J-K/11-12 and the southern portion of meters J-K/13 with brushes and mestaline. The soil in meters J-K/11 was composed predominantly of galestra and contained no material. The soil in meters J-K/13 was grey-brown in color and contained sporadic concentrations of small chunks of carbonized wood. In addition, a light concentration of small rocks also continued to be encountered in the grey-brown soil. One half of a box of impasto and coarseware sherds, including some burned pieces, and one-quarter of a box of burned bone were discovered in the grey brown soil. Three pieces of slag and a few
pieces of vitrified tile were ound in meter J/12. Clearing with mestaline and brushes also began in meters J-K/15.16. This area had been excavated to a depth of ca. 120 cm. last year. The soil in these meters was predominantly grey-brown in color, except for a few patches of yellow galestra. Only two pieces of pottery were found in the grey brown soil. At the end of the morning drawings were made of meters J-K711-12 and the southern half of meter J-K/13 and meters J-K/15-16.
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