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Processed on 21-8-2020
The home for this page is A20


photo of view (for views only) 2008-8-28 dm [Input File: A20VK9c.J]
photo web 2008-8-28 dm [Input File: A20VK9c.J]

Analogical Record
17-7-2020 / !!! / [Input File:A20_VWX.j]
2008-9-18 / !! / [Input File:TMPL-S9i.J]
photo of context (v view)
17-7-2020 / !!! / [Input File:A20_VWX.j]
view/drawing orientation 2008-8-28 lC looking north [Input File: S909lC2.j]
text description of view 2008-8-28 lC View showing the different levels of Mitanni occupation. The lowest level is shown by the a5 with the two high preserved mud brick walls f116 and f133 and with the floor f134 and the later floor f142, probably related to a reuse of the structure. To the west we have the big stone pavement f108, probably related to the walls f125, f85 and f126, that represent the second level. In the northern area of A20, in k14 and k15 are visible the pavements f57 and f132 related to the a1 and a6. These two aggregates are constituted of small rooms with beautiful stone pavements. It seems that these three different levels belong to the same stratum that means they are contemporary. Anyway there are still some open questions that only further excavations will clarify. [Input File: S909lC2.j]
constituents within view/drawing 2008-8-28 lC a1 a5 a6 f38 f46 f57 f63 f84 f85 f92 f106 f108 f109 f110 f115 f116 f125 f126 f127 f132 f133 f135 f142 f145 f148 f150 f151 f152 k14 k15 k101 [Input File: S909lC2.j]