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Analogical Record
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photo of context (v view)
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view/drawing orientation 2006-8-17 bL looking north [Input File: Rx31jW.j]
text description of view 2006-8-17 bL This significant record photograph shows the Mittani period surface in k108 (and the subject of v60) after it had been fully excavated. Looking to the north, at the bottom of the photo can be seen a level floor surface, f148, which probably served as a pathway around the extant outer portion of the BA temple mound complex. At the top can be seen the hard-packed wahal surface, f123, which was applied to form a new coating to the mound, perhaps because it had been damaged or had become too difficult to maintain. Between are a number of large limestone blocks, some of which were probably placed as "memory stones" to approximate the location of the revetment wall, f11, which by that time had been covered as the plaza below filled with aeolian soil. Other blocks probably were deposited as a result of natural forces. At the time that the photo was taken, we had not decided which stones were which. [Input File: Rx31jW.j]
web view
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constituents within view/drawing 2006-8-17 bL f102 f115 f123 f124 f125 f143 f144 f148 f154 f155 f156 f159 f161 k108 [Input File: Rx31jW.j]