June 20, 2005
Locus 2 was established in the morning. The soil color is only slightly less brown than that of locus 1 due to less organic material. However, there are still plenty of roots in this locus. Approximately a dozen small well-worn pieces of terracotta were recovered in cleaning up the trench to establish locus 2.
Depth measurements were taken:
- NW corner (176.8-E/49.3-S) = 27.93 m. above absolute elevation
- SW corner (176.3-E/52-S) = 27.89 m. above absolute elevation
- SE corner (180-E/52.2-S) = 27.87 m. above absolute elevation
- NE corner (180-E/49.3-S) = 27.93 m. above absolute elevation
Photos were taken of locus 2. Approximately 2.5 bowls (24 cm. in diameter, 7 cm. in depth) of terracotta fragments were found. Twelve fragments of bone were recovered. Thirtyeight pottery sherds were found (1-Medieval body, 4-impasto base, 1-impasto rim,
Additional Depth Measurements for Locus 2:
- 177-E/52-S = 27.89 m. above absolute elevation (estimated)
- 177-E/52.1-S = 27.89 m. above absolute elevation (estimated)
17 impasto body, 16-fine impasto body). One terracotta fragment, possibly from a statue was made a special find (#1). One side shows a fininshed surface while the fragment appears to be made from two pieces of terracotta pressed together.
Daily Log (cont.):
Locus 2 was taken down approximately 5 cm. today.
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