||Early Dynastic III accumulations atop the outside (western most and southern most) stones of the first escarpment ^esc1 and floor f288. It is ashy and contains a lot of pottery. Presumably it results from the use of the f288 floor between the building of the two
||Early Dynastic III accumulations atop deposit ^a1, and the inside stones of ^esc1. It is reddish and contains a layer (f278) of small pebbles and sherds. It may be the reminants of the seceond escarpment, ^esc2, or the result of its use and deterioration
||Naturally formed outside floors which were leveled and compacted to form the surface of the sacred plaza to the west of the late Mittani period western monumental staircase
||A series of natural accumulations which were deposited after the Mittani period ended. These are essentially abandonment accumulations.
||Naturally deposited surface loess which has supported plant growth and decay.
||Accumulations and lenses contained in baulks which were excavated as a unit, not stratigraphically.