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6. Reference

Analogical Record

Roster Date Author Record

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Photo of context (v view)

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View/drawing of features 2008-09-22 jW f28 (stone installation), f49 (stone installation), f57 (accumulation D), f61 (accumulation D), f70 (floor, type b), f71 (stone installation), f76 (stone installation), f91 (stone installation), f97 (accumulation D), f102 (floor, type b), f163 (stone installation), f180 (accumulation D), f181 (tannur), f193 (stone installation), f196 (pavement, type b) [Input file: S922JW.j]
View/drawing of locus 2008-09-22 jW k33, k34, k43, k44 [Input file: S922JW.j]
View/drawing orientation 2008-09-22 jW looking west [Input file: S922JW.j]
Text description of view 2008-09-22 jW This final photograph documents the relationship among various stone and brick structures which served to define the western limit of the sacral area associated with the BA temple complex. There was a packed earth plaza (f70, f102, f97, and f180) which extended westward from the western monumental entrance to the temple. It abutted a brick wall/floor, f196, with which a tannur, f181, was associated. As accumulations built up against the steps of the entrance, lines of stones (f49, f91, and f76) were added to retain the definition of the space. When the staircase was covered, accumulation, f61, was the highest level which contained Mittani sherds. Then, Middle Assyrian ceramics were deposited in accumulation, f57, upon which the stones of structure f28, f193, f163, and f71 were laid. [Input file: S922JW.j]
Web view

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