Archaeological excavations associated with the preservation work for the Church and the Long Barracks continued in four units. Two of the excavation units were those started the previous week, located at the southeast corner of the Long Barrack and north of the exterior of the Sacristy. In addition, the excavation unit (EU-13) located on the exterior of the north wall of the Long Barrack also continued.
Excavation Unit 13, located on the exterior of the north wall of the Long Barrack, was excavated to a terminal depth of 130 cm (51.1 inches) below datum. It appears that the base of the foundation was encountered at 125 cm (49.2 inches) below datum. The last few levels of excavation did not produce many artifacts. The darker clay soil contained snail shells and a few chipped stone fragments. The archaeologists encountered two post holes in the lower levels, approximately 50 cm (19.6 inches) away from the foundation. The post-holes had loose gravelly soils with small pebbles. No artifacts were recovered from the contents of the post-holes.