P 11467. H. 0.061; D. 0.247. Fragmentary; restored.

Rather coarse, orange-buff clay; dull, red glaze (partial).

As G 176, but the overhang of the rim is less pronounced.

G 178. Plate fragment, stamped. PI. 57.

P11464. Max. dim. 0.037. Small, flat floor fragment, without trace of foot or rim.

Rather coarse, reddish clay; dull, red glaze inside.

Traces of two stamped palmettes, the tips toward the center of the floor, and of two concentric grooves.

This tiny fragment suggests the local, late Roman stamped ware which occurs in deposits of the 4th and 5th centuries (cf. L 59-61, M 289); if of such fabric, G 178 must certainly be an intrusion here in a fill which contains no other fragments which can be dated later than the 2nd century.

G 179. Hemispherical bowl, flanged rim. PI. 7.

P 11479. P.H. 0.075; D. est. 0.212. About one-third of rim and part of wall preserved.

Orange-buff, micaceous clay; orange-red glaze, much worn, fired dark brown over most of the interior.

Hemispherical bowl with vertical, flanged rim, terminating in plain lip. On exterior of rim, two grooves just below lip and two bands of rouletting. Originally had ring foot asP 17143 (Deposit B 20:1, lower part of use filling—PI. 7).

G 180. Hemispherical cup, flanged rim. PI. 7.

P 11469. H. 0.056; D. 0.118. About one-half preserved.

Light reddish clay; dull, reddish glaze (partial). Shape as G 74-75, H »-9. Storage, Layer III—fragments of about six similar cups.

P 11465. H. 0.044; D. rest. 0.193. Fragmentary; restored.

Rather coarse, orange-red clay. For the shape, compare F 41-43, G 82-84 (which latter have inverted lips).

Storage, Layer III—fragments of at least five plates similar to G 181.

P 9697. H. 0.093; D. 0.097. Intact. Rather coarse, gray-black clay; black glaze (partial) with faint metallic luster.

Globular body on small, flat base. Plain, low, flaring lip, set off from wall by a sharp ridge. Sl'ced handle.

P 9694. H. 0.093; D. 0.098. Intact. Reddish clay; dull, red glaze (partial). As G 182.

Storage, Layer III, miscellaneous glazed and non-glazed wares—fragments of two bowls as G 51 (but with higher rims and handles which project further out from the rim); fragments of jugs as G 85, G 86 and G 88; a neck fragment similar to G 93; fragment of a liqueur cup as G 215.

Coarse Household Wares

P 11461. H. 0.09; D. rest. 0.297. Fragmentary; restored.

Light reddish clay; dull, red glaze (partial). At the center of the floor, a shallow, circular depression (D. 0.06) surrounded by a ridge. Two horizontal handles, applied below the rim and pressed up at the center against the undersurface of the rim.

Compare G 78. P 9926, a similar bowl from Deposit M 19:1, has a pattern of stamped diamonds impressed within the central depression of the floor.

Storage, Layer III—fragments of several similar bowls (one with diameter est. 0.40).

P 11472. H. 0.058; D. 0.205. Fragmentary; restored.

Reddish brown clay; dull, red glaze (partial). Two concentric grooves on floor. No handles. Storage, Layer III—fragments of several similar bowls.

G 186. Bowl, semi-glazed.

P 11470. H. 0.055; D. est. 0.20. Fragmentary; restored.

Light reddish buff clay; dull, light red glaze (partial). As G 185.

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