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Tile and Plaster

Tile was not abundant in CA42N.  Top soil layer produced small and extremely worn pieces.  better preserved fragments came from locus 10 which yielded largest amount of tile (about 160 fragments) within the feature.  As the excavation of the feature continued tile became more scarce and number of plaster pieces increased.  Locus 11 produced about 154 plaster pieces including 2 with finished edges (#3 p. 121 , #6 p. 133 ).  Loci 14 and 16 produced very little tile and plaster.

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Margarita Gleba. "MG II (1998-07-31):228-229; Tile and Plaster from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Civitate A/Civitate A 42N/1998, ID:360". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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