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|This photograph was taken soon after v116. One floor surface, f184 has been excavated, revealing another, f247, which performs the same function as floor f148 in the locus adjacent to the east, k108. Some components of the arc of large limestone blocks, a8, remain. Considering the pedestals on which these stones sat, it is unlikely that they were associated with floor f247. A second line of large limestone blocks, a17, can be seen in the upper left hand corner. It may be associated with the mud glacis, f241, seen in the upper middle. Although they do not merge, there is a clear relationship between this glacis, f241 and the floor, f247. They are made of the same material and may have been constructed together as part of the final remodeling of the BA temple mound.
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