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||This photograph documents an important discovery in the excavation. A hard-packed layer of mud (wahal), f123, running E-W and sloping down from N-S is located along the north side of k108. A horizontal surface of what seems to be softer material, f148, runs E-W along the southern part. Sherds within it are flat suggesting that it was used as a walkway. Between the two at differing elevations are large limestone blocks generally oriented E-W. Some were eventually seen to be placed along the line of the revetment wall, f11, after it was covered. Others were seen to be where they were found as a result of natural forces, particularly deterioration of structures higher on the mound. At the time the photo was taken, we did not know which were which.
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