Processed on 2022-09-11.
|Photo of context (v view)|
|View/drawing of features||2008-09-22||jW||f18 (topsoil), f28 (stone installation), f47 (accumulation D), f49 (stone installation), f57 (accumulation D), f58 (accumulation A), f60 (floor, type b), f61 (accumulation D), f62 (accumulation D), f180 (accumulation D), f193 (stone installation), f196 (pavement, type b) [Input file: S922JW.j]|
|View/drawing of locus||2008-09-22||jW||k44 [Input file: S922JW.j]|
|View/drawing orientation||2008-09-22||jW||looking north [Input file: S922JW.j]|
|Text description of view||2008-09-22||jW||This final photgraph documents the realtionships of stonework and accumulations associated with the use, abandonment, and re-use of the area along the western border of the sacred space created when the temple mound complex was re-oriented from the eastern side to the western side. The interface between accumulation f61 in which Mittani ceramics were found and accumulation f57 (=f42) in which Middle Assyrian ceramics were found marks the time that the Mittani sacral traditions of the temple mound ended. The stones of structure f49 are laid on f61 and f58 mark this structure as the last Mittani construction. Therefore, the stones of f28, which were laid on f57 which covers f49, are the only structures at Tell Mozan which we know were built in the time of Middle Assyrian influence. [Input file: S922JW.j]|