||Series of semi natural Mittani accumulations against the lower part of ED III revetment wall (^wall1). Because of the shift of urban focus from east to west in Mittani period, with the building of the new J5 staircase leading to the temple terrace, the plaza was no longer effectively in use and started to filled up.
||Series of semi natural Mittani accumulations against the upper part of the ED III revetment wall (^wall1). The accumulations were growing and covering the face of ^wall1 and the boundary between plaza and temple terrace was getting less marked.
||Series of natural Mittani accumulations covering the upper part of ^wall1, when the site was almost abandoned and the ED III revetment wall no more visible.
||Natural brown accumulations, with some bones and very few sherds, found in between two pebble and sherd pavement (^pav2 and ^pav1).
||Accumulation of soft ash, mixed with mud brick fragments, found in between the two escarpments and covering the eroded surface of ^esc1
||Thin ashy accumulation found on top of ^str1 and probably part of the construction material of the ^esc1