June 23, 1971
Work was continued in the grids C-D 2. The pithos fragments were lifted. As can be seen on the photographs ( p. 52 ) there were smaller pots right next to the pithos. A cluster of bucchero sherds was excavated in C2. Also at the side of the pithos in C2 a bronze object was found - very encrusted- which looks like a small rhyton (19710706). Ivory fragments wer difficult to identify- they were burnt black and consisted of very small pieces.
- R7 C2 D
rock crystal bead
bronze fibula fragments
small bowl with handles
complete cup 1971014819710148 19710148
bronze rhyton or vessel? 19710706
"torch" mold or bottom 1971009319710093 19710093 19710093 19710093 19710093
rock crystal? 1971010719710107 19710107
bronze fragments 1971009319710093 19710093 , 19710093 19710094 , 19710094 19710095 , 19710095 19710096 see IE IV pp. 127-135
19710095 19710095 19710095
- T.R 7 C2 (D)
- ivory or bone
19710094 19710094 19710094
- ivory spoon
- see IE IV pp. 128-129
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