Processed on 2022-09-11.
|Photo of context (v view)|
|View/drawing of features||2008-09-22||jW||f3 (wall), f19 (isolated stone), f20 (stone installation), f21 (stone installation), f37 (stone installation), f38 (isolated stone), f41 (stone installation), f46 (stone installation), f74 (glacis), f99 (stone installation), f126 (stone installation), f137 (accumulation A), f168 (gully), f192 (stone installation), f194 (stone installation), f197 (stone installation) [Input file: S922JW.j]|
|View/drawing of locus||2008-09-22||jW||k13, k14, k23 [Input file: S922JW.j]|
|View/drawing orientation||2008-09-22||jW||looking east [Input file: S922JW.j]|
|Text description of view||2008-09-22||jW||This final photograph shows the major structures and elements associated with the southwest corner of the temple mound from the Early Dynastic (ED)period through the time of Middle Assyrian influence. Wall, f41, stone structure, f194, and escarpment, f74, are the only visible ED elements. With the Mittani western expansion of the ceremonial function came revetment wall, f3, stone installation, f99, staircase, f21 and its southern border stones, f20, and the second escarpment, f137. In the Mittani remodeling, stone circle, f37, f46, and f126, platform, f197, and topstones f192 were added. Also a gully, f168 formed along the line of f41. In the last stages of occupation, stone structure f19 and stone f38 were added. [Input file: S922JW.j]|