||Series of semi natural accumulations against the upper part of the ED III revetment wall (^wal l1). They are made of compact material full of sherds, stone and pebbles, clearly material washed down from other areas, likely the areas surrounding the plaza. This process was due to water deposit, but because of its density and compactness, there was probably still a lot of human traffic. So the plaza was filled up by accumulations, but at the same it retained its sacred meaning, because no installations, as pit, tannurs or burials, were recovered. At the same time, as the accumulations were growing and covering the face of ^wal l1, the boundary between plaza and temple terrace was getting less marked.
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