Thursday July 5, 2001
Trench T28N was placed on the south flank slope near the workshop by working from the grid point of tesoro -26 south 54S 186E and then 72S 186E and the grid lines from the magnotometer survey. The trench is positioned around the low point (80S 197E) revealed by the magnotometer survery, profile B. The trench, T-28 North, measures 4m x 2m and its coordinates are 79S 195E, 79S 199E, 81S 195E, and 81S 199E. The surface was designated locus 1 and was cleared of loose debris.
Surface view of trench (locus 1)
Meters labeled in T-28N
Beginning depths were taken. The datum point was established at the South end of the trench on a large tree at 81.75S 198E and is 76.8cm above soil.
Opening depths [cm below datum]
79S 195E 0
79S 196E 3.0
79S 197E 14.1
79S 198E 19.5
79S 199E 27.1
80S 195E 22.8
80S 196E 25.0
80S 197E 41.2
80S 198E 49.5
80S 199E 58.9
81S 195E 50.3
81S 196E 54.2
81S 197E 65.7
81S 198E 70.8
81S 199E 82.5
T-28N is on a slope (see Map 1 in back of book for isometric view).
Slope of trench on 195E & 199E gridlines
Locus 1, the humus and topsoil, is even throughout the trench. A 5cm surface cut was made in meters 79S 195E and 80S 195E. \xbc cassette of terracotta and 1/16 latte box of pottery was recovered.
Slope of trench on 79S & 80S & 81S gridlines
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