June 10, 1981
Brief summary: Meters C/11-12 and B/11-12 (partly) were taken to ~45 cm. A new cut in meters AA/11-12, ~45-50 cm was made.
Meters CC/11-12 were further excavated to the 45 cm level by carefully going through the soil and then going through it in the wheelbarrow. Less tile in C/11 than C/12. Only finds were in same area as bronze nails of yesterday. Bronze slag and glass slag found.
Meters AA/11-12 started. Soil indicates a burn layer (orange-black carbon light soil). Tile present
but not in great abundance. Soil was carefully gone through by mestiline and then by wheelbarrow (carefully checked). Bronze slag found.
- Find #5
- 45 cm
- Ivory peg
Summary: Meters B/11-12 further excavated to ~45 cm. Meter AA/11 further excavated to ~50 cm.
Meters B/11-12 and AA/11 were excavated to ~45-50 cm and the soil carefully gone through in the wheelbarrow.
Summary: Meters E-D/77-79 were excavated. Tile and rock packing encountered ~45 cm.
A large rock appeared in E/77 at ~45 cm. E-D/77 were excavated to ~60 cm (except for the rock). Rocks appeared in D/77 at ~60 cm, left in place. Tile and
rock packing encountered in E/78-79. Cleaned down with hammers and mestiline.
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