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AM Digging began using handpicks and trowels. The soil continues to be very dark and slightly claylike but there are some variations in compactness. We began removing stumps and rocks across the trench. The western half of the trench has a lot more rocks than the eastern half. Due to this fact the big pick was used in the eastern part and handpicks and trowels in the western. Finds continue to be rather few.

PM Pickpasses were made in the central part of the trench. A piece of modern iron (from some kind of machinery) was found at 98,12s / 47,14w at an elevation of 1,27 m b.d. 30.27 m AE.

PM special finds:

1. Locus 1


1.30 m b.d. 30.24 m AE

medieval pottery

Locus 1 finds: Terracotta: 52 pieces (including several modern/medieval) Pottery: 8 body sherds Bone: -


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Fredrik G. Tobin. "FGT I (2010-07-13):19-20 from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate B/Civitate B 38/2011, ID:637/Locus 1". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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