Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean — 4.1992(1993)

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probably the last phase of the occupation of this site. The furnace
was built into the foundations of an older building, destroying it
partly. The remnants of walls of this huge construction continue
in the direction of the eastern canal and have been partly
uncovered in trenches XI, XII and in the trial pits.


Fig. 1. Layout of the excavations in the Southern Yard.
P!an by Jan Burmas.
Two entrances to a latrine were uncovered in Trench XI
(8 x 5 m) which encircled the eastern canal on the west, east and
north.
In Trench XII (7.50 x 4 m) created by joining trial pits
A, B and D, an intersection four walls was uncovered. The walls
were from 1-0.80 m. thick and preserved to a height of 2.10 m.
In Triai pit C (3.50 x 3.50 m) the foundations of the
northern wall were explored. The width was not established but
the height was 2.20 m. In this area a doorway 2.20 m wide was

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