Field Reports from the end of the 1998 Field Season
UNIT PC 6
Justin Winkler, Field Supervisor

Week 5 Report 1998


Field Supervisor Justin Winkler in the eastward extension of Unit 6.

Generally, all evidence in the extension mentioned previously points to the Hellenistic occupation of Poggio Colla. Contextually, it offers little to elaborate on regarding the architecture of the rest of the trench. It is exceedingly important, although, with respect to the quality and quantity of the ceramic artifacts. These discoveries are critical when attempting to ascertain the impact of the domestic and political economies of the site during the late 4th to 3rd centuries B.C. These two variables will enable us to understand the implications behind the local and/or regional development of Poggio Colla during its post-Archaic resurgence. Thorough research and analysis of this prospect, however, await serious engagement.


Northwest corner of Unit 6, in which a mandible was found in the scarp on the far right.


Mandible in the scarp in Unit 6.


Unit PC 6 at the end of the 1998 season.



Unit PC 6 (above) and extension (below) at the end of the 1998 season.

Field Reports from the end of the 1998 Field Season

Director's Diary

Units PC 1 & 13

Unit PC 8

Units PC 10 & 11

Unit PC 12

Unit PF 1

Conservator's Report

See the 1998 Annual Report for the season summary by Professor Gregory Warden.