|Legacy Database LocusID||733|
|Legacy Database TBTID||324|
|Munsell Color||10 YR 3/2 very dark grayish brown (dry), 10 YR 4/2 dark grayish brown (wet)|
|Description||Locus 4 was originally declared as a large locus which extended through most of the trench. As declared, it is N and E of Locus 5, E of Locus 3, and sits under Locus 1 in the N half of the trench, and under Locus 3 in the S half of the trench. It sits on top of Locus 6 in the N half of the trench, and on top of Locus 10 in the S. Only the N half of Locus 4 was excavated as Locus 4. Before the S half could be excavated, work in the S half of the trench stopped. When it was resumed, the entire S half was declared Locus 10 for ease of documentation. As excavated in the N half of the trench, Locus 4 was a darker, clayey soil. It was also rather moist. Finds included a bronze fibula fragment and a fragment of a rocchetto. There was also terracotta, ceramic, and limited quantities of bone. Locus 4 was also where the first larger fragments of terracotta roofing tile were recovered.|
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