July 9, 2004
Opening Elevations: Day and Locus 8 Students:
- NW: 159 cm bd Heather, Kathryn
- NE: 155 cm bd Kate, Eric
- SW: 158.5 cm bd Andrew, Annah
- SE: 165.5 cm bd Miriam, Chris
Tools: pick axe, trowels, buckets, dustpans, plumb bob, line level, tape measure, wheelbarrow
Soil: black charcoal infused
Passes: two-thirds of trench SW corner and NE corner
- Find #1
- 27.04 m AE
- Inscribed handle
Pick pass begun in SW and NE corners to leave room to work in. Since it is the burn layer there is a significant amount of pottery and bone- there is less terracotta than there has been in precious loci. There is an increase in the amount of bucchero though no pieces of any significant size. Using the same datum point the top of the burn layer was measured in the W baulk of T26- the burn layer began at 165 cm bd.
Tools: pick axe, trowels, buckets, dustpand, line level, plumb bob, wheelbarrow, tape measure.
Soil: charcoal infused soft crumbly
Passes: one-third pick pass NW corner
Pick pass in NW corner continues to have significant deposit of pottery and bone.
Pottery: 853 pieces
Terracotta: 2 bowls
Other: 548 bone pieces
- Supplemental Find #3
- Locus 8
- Iron fragment
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