|Legacy Database LocusID||960|
|Legacy Database TBTID||365|
|Description||Locus 5 was declared after peeling away the topsoil layer of locus 4 in the eastern extension of CB-49. The soil of locus 5 was a lighter brown and identical to that found in locus 2, as they are stratigraphically equivalent. The soil was also easier to sort due to a reduction in root frequency. Locus 5 produced 1/2 of a latte box of pottery and 1 bowl of terracotta. In addition, 4 special finds were made including a piece of iron slag, a large piece of terracotta (identified initially as a ridge-pole tile, later reclassified as a brick), a cut out akroterion fragment, and a sherd of medieval pottery.|
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