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||This final photgraph documents the northern terminus of the revetment wall system as it intersects the southern border of the stairway. At the bottom of the photgraph is the oldest component of the wall system, f41, which runs southeast to northwest and may date to the early dynastic period. Crossing, but not abutting it, is the major Mittani wall system, f3, which runs south to north. The stones of f99 form a triangle which smooths the transition between the wall systems and the edge of the staircase. The stones of f37 and f46 are seen as a line but actually form a circular bin structure. In time the revetment wall, f3, began to be covered by accumulations, so during remodeling another line of stones, f196 and f151, were added to the top. Stone, f38, is an isolated one with not known function. Another line of stones, f19, probably frames a late pathway.
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