June 28, 1971
Photographs taken (). Work was continued in the southern and northern ends of the trench. The purpose is to lift the pithos fragments in these parts which also contain other finds. Two iron objects were lifted in E 2 and 3- both very fragile. In A3 an iron sickle (?) was found immediately under a pithos bottom.
The concentration of pithos fragments is especially heavy in grid A 1-4 and work was progressing slowly but steadily.
- bronze rod fragment
bone incised disc
deep, small pot with skeleton of mouse
- bone or ivory feline foot attachment
- photos see IE IV, p. 103
- pottery ram
- iron rod
- handle seated figure
iron sword (?)
- see IE IV, p. 219
- iron sickle
iron wheel fragment
- ivory sphinx
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