Another busy day to close off the week.
An experimental flight of the drone lent to us gives us a new view of our area of investigation.
Trench 325 is the white square near top right of the image – it is 2×2 m in size. Smaller white blotches (e.g. the three running in a diagonal line) are our shovel test pits.
A team of five has been occupied finding, and marking with stakes, all the stone structures in the area. Next week we will take their GPS points and fill out survey sheets.
Still working on Trench 631. Annalisa completes the huge job that was planning the stone structures.
I do an honest morning’s digging, which is good for the soul.
Whizzing through washing of pots, pottery desampling and sampling (ie. recording and eliminating those which are too small or are undecorated), and measuring shell.