July 22, 1998
Work continued in the 60 cm wide section of meters E140/S23-24, troweling through the dark brown carbon-included soil (Locus 41). This soil seems to completely surround the three flat stones and those which lie beneath them (Locus 34). This work produced 1 full latte box of pottery and bone fragments, 72 tile and plaster fragments, as well as a fragment of incised bucchero (#2).
In the area of meters E136-137/S23-24, all of the yellowish brown soil (Locus 40) was removed. This stratum produced 11 ceramic fragments, 8 bone fragments, and 14 fragments of tile, including an incised fragment (#1).
Beneath this yellowish brown soil (Locus 40), a dark brown soil with carbon flecks (Locus 41) was revealed. No work was done in this soil.
The south facing baulk at meter S29/E136-137 was scraped down in preparation for drawing. This work produced 7 fragments of tile, 11 fragments of coarseware and impasto, and 1 bone fragment, all of which were discarded on the tile dump.
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