Work resumed in CA and CB. The morning began with pickpasses in the eastern half of the trench. There are small and mediumsized white rocks in the soil, but they don\'t seem to form any structure or historical surface. The first few centimeters of soil were baked after having been exposed to the sun for nearly two weeks. There are still a lot of roots and the soil is still uniformly very dark brown with patches of more claylike soil.
AM special finds:
1. Locus 1
1,21 m b.d. 30.33 m AE
small piece of iron
2. Locus 1
1.30m b.d. 30.24 m AE
3. Locus 1
1.29m b.d. 30.25 m AE
4. Locus 1
1.22 m b.d. 30.32 m AE
5. Locus 1
1.32 m b.d. 30.24 m AE
3 pieces of medieval pottery
PM Digging continued and we removed rocks from the SW part of the trench and stumps from all over trench, Pickpasses were made across the trench with the exception of the NW quarter. Terracotta was found throughout the trench but little pottery or other finds.
Locus 1 finds: Terracotta: 2 bowls Pottery: 19 sherds Bone: -
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