J3v550

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Analogical record

f509
f510
f520
f524
f525
f526
f527
f528
f529
f530
f532
f543
f553
f561
f569
f575
f579
f585
f591

k1
k2
2006-9-28 eI.jpg J03t550 [Input file: RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J. / RY01JW.-J***REPLACES_Q904JW.-J,_Q918EL7.-J,_AND_R708MO.-J.

Orientation 2006-8-31vVE ~N [Input file: RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J. / RY01JW.-J***REPLACES_Q904JW.-J,_Q918EL7.-J,_AND_R708MO.-J.]
Description of view 2006-8-31vVE This view was taken after the excavations in k1 and k2 of the second apron, f532, the revetment wall, f569, and the memory stones, f591, were complete. However, the N-S baulks forming the east and west sides of k1 and k2 were still in place. Approximately 50 cm of the south face of f569 was exposed in a narrow trench just to the south of the face. One can see three limestone blocks in the bottom of this trench, f575, f579, f585. There are a number of displaced limestone blocks ( f509, f510, f520, f524, f525, f526, f527, f528, f529, f530, f543, f553, f561) laying atop the apron, memory stones, and the accumulations to the south of the revetment wall, suggesting that they were deposited after abandonment of this part of the temple mound complex. [Input file: RY01JW.J***REPLACES_Q904JW.J,_Q918EL7.J,_AND_R708MO.J. / RY01JW.-J***REPLACES_Q904JW.-J,_Q918EL7.-J,_AND_R708MO.-J.]

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