July 3, 1998
Continued and finished second cut through topsoil, labelled locus 1n. Earth is nor marked by occasional flecks of carbon, but there is no difference in soil color nor texture, thus it retains the locus 1n designation.
Western and Southern baulks trimmed.
In today's work approximately 115 terracotta fragments, 10 pieces of plaster, 3 pieces of bone, 57 fragments of ceramic, mostly slightly worn impasto and coarseware. This ceramic and bone filled approximately half a latte box. Also recovered was a possible akroterion fragment, marked by numerous fresh breaks (Find #1), and a large chunk of terracotta, possible a lateral sima fragment (Find #2).
- Find #1
- Locus 1N
- 7cm bd
Possible Akroterion Frag.
|Document Type||Trench Book Entry|
|Trench Book Entry Date||1998-07-03|
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