The major pavement is the one of the Tupkish Palace courtyard, a12. This is the clearest example of a coherent horizontal surface resulting from the juxtaposition of flat stone slabs. They are so organized that the edges are at times well aligned (examples are shown within square red frames), and at times instead with wide joints of mud and small stones (round blue frames). (See typology for a fuller description.)
Pebble and sherd surfaces are found in the Khabur period strata: f119, f144, f207: they are understood as street surfaces between burial installations.
A baked brick surface (a24), found immediately below the slab surface of the courtyard pavement a12 may best be understood not as a pavement, but as the top of an underlying installation, possibly a drain.
Similarly, what appear to be a river cobble surface (f338) may best be understood as the top of a fill capped by the baked brick surface a24.