July 14, 1976
Work continued in the stone areas as the day before. The "doorway" was completely excavated- pottery was scarce. In grid L 38-39 a heavy concentration of carbon, square in cross section and probably a beam, was encountered. This "beam" is c. 85 cm in front of the doorway.
- Find #1
- K 42
- yellow soil
Redware handle with finial
IIIII casette of tile dumped
In grid L 39, red soil, an extremely heavy concentration of pottery was encountered, cleaned down, photographed, and lifted. Both bucchero and redware was in evidence. Several complete pots may be forthcoming.
In grids K 41-42 under a stump, numerous fragments of a red pot were found in the yellow soil. In grids JK 41-42, red soil: coarseware, possibly an entire pot.
- Find #4
- L 40
- red stratum
Fragment of cut antler or horn
- Find #6
- L 40
- red soil
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