July 7, 1971
The pots mentioned on p. 109 were lifted. They were lying at the very bottom of str. D and were covered by a pithos which was placed with the bottom up.
Grid B-E 1 were cleared down to str. E and to bedrock, where this appeared in direct connection with str. D. In D-E 1 it appeared that str. E is very thin and contains some-not many- small fragments of pottery. A small strip remains to be taken down in C1.
In str. D in C1 a great number-over thirty- of small
- photos, see IE IV, pp. 60
- R7-C1 + F3, strata D
ivory or bone plates
- for photos see IE IV, p. 140
bronze and iron nail
ivory ornamental applique fragments
ivory fragments were excavated. They were all mixed with small pieces of carbon and burnt soil. The pottery from the same section consisted of very small pieces of bucchero.l
In D1 and E1 the fufa layer (str. E) was extremely thin and was followed immediately by a heavy brown soil which covered "Str. F" the bedrock. This soil has not been noticed in the other parts of the trench, except in A1 where bedrock was also uncovered. In E-F 1 it produced half a strawberry carton of very scrappy pottery, including part of a heavy handle.
- three dimensional or rounded ivory fragments
thick ivory segments
- decorated bronze fragment
cut-out akroterion, fragment
In cleaning the wall and the doorway that from the eastern side of the trench a small "cut-out" akroterion was found, in grid C1.
- photos IE IV, pp. 142-144
- ivory foot
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