Processed on 2022-09-11.
|Photo of context (v view)|
|View/drawing of features||2008-09-22||jW||f3 (wall), f5 (accumulation D), f151 (stone installation), f155 (stone installation), f161 (stone installation), f192 (stone installation), f198 (stone installation) [Input file: S922JW.j]|
|View/drawing of locus||2008-09-22||jW||k12, k22, k23 [Input file: S922JW.j]|
|View/drawing orientation||2008-09-22||jW||looking northeast [Input file: S922JW.j]|
|Text description of view||2008-09-22||jW||This is a final photograph which shows the stonework at the southwestern corner of the Mittani addition to the revetment wall system. It features the wall itself, f3 and later capstones, f151 and f192. There are two sections of stone pavement (f4 and f198) shown on the temple (northeastern) side of the wall. These pavements are probably equal and covered by the residual volumetric material from previous excavations, f5. In the lower left of the photograph are two relatively crude stone structures, f155 and f161. It is more likely than not that they served as berms to divert water from gullies, f168 and f164, away from the corner of the revetment wall. They do not seem substantial enough to be buttresses for strengthening the corner. [Input file: S922JW.j]|