Podere Cannicci – Day 11, 2020

In the southern side of the trench, our archaeologists finished to remove US 26 and exposed the semi-rectangular cut US 28; this presents vertical sections of limited height while the filling had some remains of mortar. Then the area was cleaned and fully documented, with a 3D plan of the possible kiln.

In the northern side, instead, the activities aimed at clarifying the limits of the rooms, by delimitating the internal floors, that are made up of yellow clay and small pebbles. Moreover, US 27 was started to be removed; this is a hard, yellow clay deposit that partially abuts the drain and presents lumps and concentrations of charcoal.

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