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||This photograph shows two groups of features in widely separated periods. First, it shows that the baqaya layer discovered in excavations in Season P (2005), f50 in k12 continues north and merges with the baqaya layer discovered in Season Q (2006), f109 in k13. Second the photo shows clearly the line of large limestone blocks, a4, (consisting of f112, f117, f130, f131, f132) was deposited considerably later in time. We have hypothesized that this line of stones was contemporaeneous with and linked to the tannur, f3, whose remainder can be seen on the upper left part of the photo.
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