July 2, 1998
Continued cut through humus layer in meters E187-188/S49-50. Soil contains 5-15 cm stones and is slightly matted with roots, and thus retains the locus 1n designation.
A second cut was begun through meters E186/S49-50. This soil also retains the locus 1n designation, due to the lack of change in soil color, or its composition of 5-15 cm stones and roots.
In this work were found: 1 shell fragment; 5 fragments of bone; approximately 142 pieces of terracotta; 9 worn fragments of plaster; 27 fragments of ceramic, mainly composed of coarseware and impasto; and an unusual terracotta fragment (find #1) which has curved finished surfaces uncommon to tiles.
|Document Type||Trench Book Entry|
|Trench Book Entry Date||1998-07-02|
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