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description (summary) 2009-3-30 jW This is a plot of specific label apr 1, which forms the late Mittani western entrance to the BA temple. Its primary feature is the monumental staircase, f21, located on the western side of the entrance complex. To the north the staircase is bordered by an E-W row of large boulders, f14 and f108. To the south, on the west end it was bordered by a row of large, cut stones, f20. To the north of the northern border were two hard packed surfaces, f65 and f66, which may have been the surface of the mound during later phases. On the east side of the entrance was a stone threshold, f123. The threshold and the staircase were linked by packed earth surfaces, f140 (west) and f195 (east). [Input File: T330jW1.j]

Analogical Record
view/drawing orientation 2009-3-30 jW oh [Input File: T330jW1.j]
23-6-2020 / !!! / [Input File:J05_VWX.j]
constituents within view/drawing 2009-3-30 jW f14 f20 f21 f65 f66 f108 f123 f140 f195 k13 k14 k23 k24 k33 k34 [Input File: T330jW1.j]