Alalakh: an account of the excavations at Tell Atchana in by Leonard Woolley

By Leonard Woolley

Excavation document of inform Acana, old Alalakh, Amuq simple, Hatay province, Turkey. Archaeology, heart Bronze Age, overdue Bronze Age, pottery, Levant

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Later-it is impossible to say how much later- the main face of the glaci! was replastered and more rubble was heaped up above tbe trough and the plaster carried up over this to the footing of the new wall; ~- tbe sketch, Fig. 24. 3 W. F. Albright, T ht Archatology if Palmint, pp. 88-89. THE LEVEL XII TEMPLE Conditions beyond the glacis are of interest as testifying to the longevity of the Level XII temple. e. the tem~le platform was a metre above the level of the ground immediately in front o_f it.

Ch along the SE. wall; in (III) an extra bench is built ~long the NW. wall, obhteratmg the oven, and a new and bigger furnace was contrived · m the west corner to replace it. top of 1t o·3o m. s:ade wall' and construct10nally later than it. It was just over 3·oo m. wide, and beyond It there was a clay floor half a metre lower. 2 The floor had been much patch~d and repaired and its surface was far from even; on the top of it there was a thick deposit of ~ubbish-ashes, animal bones, and fragments of pottery, seemingly the throwout ~f sacnfices.

Building actual by of their platform was adequate ly shown rk beambrickwo X Level the in were there wall central its over also and XII of Level more than holes which should indicate wall-foundations, and the timbers would be not limits of the beyond area, the of side NE. the on el; floor-lev below three courses of brick platthe of top the on situ in found the Level IX building and therefore undistur bed, we generally sort the of ns foundatio cobble were which against form a large stone door-sill above the used under stone door-jambs; close to the NW.

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