July 16, 1991
Clearing with brushes and mestaline continued in meters J-K711-12 to a depth of ca. 60 cm. The soil througout most of meters J-K/11 consisted of very "flaky" galestra and contained no material. The soil in meters J-K/12 was grey-brown in color with many small stones and roots. Three quarters of a box of impasto pottery was discovered in the grey-brown soil as well as some small chunks of carbonized wood. Clearing also continued in meters J-K/15 and the northern portion of meters J-K/14 to a depth of ca. 122 cm. The soil in the excavated northern portion of J-K/14 consisted of fine galestra. Galestra also appeared
along the western edge of meter J/15. The soil throughout the rest of meter J/15 and in meter K/15 was light grey to brown in color. No material was discovered in this soil. Clearing with mestaline and brushes also began in the southern portion of meter H/15. This area had been previously excavated to a depht of ca. 125 cm. last year. The soil here was dark brown in color and contained a high concentration of carbonized wood and small pieces of vitrified tile. One half of a box of impasto and coarseware sherds, including several burned pieces, three pieces of bone and a few small pieces of worn tile were discovered in the dark brown soil. One piece of slag was also found.
- fibula pin
- K/14 116 cm.
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