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June 16,1969


The remaining second layer of the E end was partially cleared, producing a fragment, probably of a water spout (Z-9). The clearing of the

second layer in the NE extension was continued, and work was begun clearing the central region of the EW section to bedrock. A fragment of pithos was found among the projections of bedrock.

A third layer was cleared to a depth of ca. 0.40 cm, in the area between the bedrock and the E end. A fragment of a frieze was found in this layer, as well as a normal assortment of tiles adn pottery.

A fourth layer in the same area was cleared to a depth of ca 0.47 cm. A noticeable area of rocks appeared from ca. 1.0 m E of the original 17.40 m. (E-W) cut to less than 1.0 m. form the E end , tapering slightly to ca 5.0 m width at this end. Within this rocky area were found:

1 cornice fragment (W-12)

2 cornice fragment (W12)

3 cornice fragment (W-12)

4 fragment of banquet frieze (X-12/13)

5 small fragment of frieze with stud (X-12)

6 lateral sima with an impression fo rosette (Y-14)

Six boxes of tile and two of pottery were collected during the day.[NW]

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Mary Berg. "MB I (1969-06-16):11-13; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Agger/Agger 8/1969, ID:264". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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