Work started a little late, hoping that the soil would dry out after last night's heavy rain. The southernmost meter of locus 2 is filled with rocks so it was decided to extend the locus to the west in order to see if the rocks extend that way.
- 100,5s/47w: 1,37 m b.d. 30,17 m AE
- 100,5s/49w 1,34 m b.d. 30,20 m AE
- 102s/49w: 1,32 m b.d. 30,22 m AE
The soil of the locus 2 extension is identical to the soil of locus 1 and locus 2 , very dark brown with a lot of roots. Pickpasses were made in the extension to bring it down to the same level as the original locus 2 .
AM special finds:
1. Locus 2
1.56 m b.d. 29.98 m AE
possible fragments of cooking stand
2. Locus 2
1.61 m b.d. 2993 m AE
roccheto fragment 20100077
3. Locus 2
1.50 m b.d. 30.04 m AE
worked stone 20100037
Digging resumed across the entire locus 2 . The soil in the northernmost 3 meter seems to be more claylike than the rest of the locus. There are now rocks acros the entirety of the southernmost meter of the locus. They don\'t form a floor surface, but there are terracotta directly on top of two of them (in addition to several pieces that came oput while the area was being defined). Also, a well preserved handle was found directly on top of the stones.
PM special finds:
4. Locus 2
1.57 m b.d. 29.97 m AE
bucchero with incised rim
Locus 2 finds:
Terracotta: 2 bowls
Pottery: 3/4 of a latte box
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