||EDIII stone escarpment built to protect ^wall2 from water damage
||EDIII baqaya and layered escarpment built atop ^esc1 to protect ^wall2 from further water damage
||Early Mittani escarpment to the northern extension of the EDIII revetment wall, f41.
||Early Mittani staircase which provided access to the top of the EDIII revetment wall, f41.
||Middle Mittani dam and holding pond built to control water past ^wall2.
||Two late Mittani stone piers built to divert flowing water away from ^wall3
||Late Mittani stone enclosure and pavement which serves as an entrance to the BA temple.
||Mud plaster floor surface and associated stonework perhaps built during the Middle Assyian period
||Decorative stonework on the BA temple side of the Mittani revetment wall.
||Lines of stones arranged north to south to the west of the floors of ^sa1 which may be associated with a Middle Assyrian structure to the west, not yet excavated.
||Lines of stones arranged north to south to the west of the floors of ^sa1 which delimits the western border of this sacred space.