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||There were a number of isolated limestone blocks most of which were located within a distance of 300 cm from the south face of the monumental revetment wall, f11. A few were also located in the north part of k109, near the line of limestone blocks, a17, which may have been the second line of memory stones placed at the very end of the Mittani period. The stones were roughly divided into two groups. The first comprised ones that had been deposited before the wall was completely covered. The second comprised ones that had been deposited later, probably after the tell had been abandoned. This photograph, taken from a ladder and looking west shows primarily the stones of the second group, which are supported by soil pedestals (This was done to recognize any organized clusters that may have emerged during the course of the excavation.) All stones in this group were removed. View v151, taken later, shows better the stones in the first group.
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