August 7, 1967
After the trench been cleared down to the top of wall a test cut was made across from the wall to the southern edge to determine whether in fact the tile bed did continue at a lower level. The cut measured 4.00 m x .50 m, was located .65 m east of the western edge, and went down to bedrock at 90 cm. Though a few scattered pieces of tile, pottery, and bone were found, there was definitely no tile layer.
A new trench 1AH was laid out 3.00 m x 18.25 m east of 1AF which together with 1AG completed the three-metter strip along the southern edge of the wall. Finds were similar to those in 1AF - only a few scattered tiles. ()
To designate the area south of the rectangular structure in complex 1 a new complex system was adopted. Accordingly the new trench laid out 3 x 8 m and at right angles to 1AD moving south was numbered 5A. ()
- find # 1
A new trench was started parallel to 1AG,. Topsoil was taken off and bedrock began to appear.
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