J3v120

File: /MZ/A/J03/D/V/0120.HTM
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Analogical record

a5
a6

f123
f124
f125
f143
f145
f148
f152
f155
f156
f157
f158
f159
f252

k13
k23
k108
2006-9-22 bL.jpg J03t120 [Input file: RX31JW.J / RX31JW.-J

Orientation 2006-9-11bL ~N [Input file: RX31JW.J / RX31JW.-J]
Description of view 2006-9-11bL This photograph shows the BA temple mound as it existed after the first remodeling, which occurred during the Mittani period. The revetment wall, f11 and the lower part of the apron had been covered by natural accumulation. The components of the new mound, from south to north, are a flat surface which served as a pathway, f148, a line of stones, a16, oriented along the general line of the now-covered revetment wall, a gently sloping wahal surface upon which the stones sit, and a steeper sloping wahal glacis, f152, which meets the original baqaya glacis, f109, near the baulk at the top of the photo. This occurs in the region where both are covered by a layer of soil and deteriorated brick, f252. Also two pits are shown, a5 and a6. Pit a6 would have been in use during this general time period. [Input file: RX31JW.J / RX31JW.-J]

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