By Leonard Woolley
Excavation document of inform Acana, historical Alalakh, Amuq undeniable, Hatay province, Turkey. Archaeology, center Bronze Age, past due Bronze Age, pottery, Levant
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Wall, and for the SW. side evidence was lacking. The cement which covered the floor was carried up, with a chamfer, over the face and top of the benches. Of the walls, the NE. wall retained its under-plaster but the others none at all. In the north corner there was against the NE. wall a shallow buttress against the SE. side of which was a hole in the NE. wall circa. o· I o m. above floor-level, the lodgement for a beam which, resting upon four flat stones, formed apparently a step up to the top of the bench.
E seems to have been about one metre lower than the floor of the court. here was no SI~n of ~n entrance, which may have been on the NE. side. Two pomts c~ll for notrc~. apse of tlme; m the adjoining house site Levels XIV and XIII are each represented by a smgle stratum of private buildings, and it is therefore not ~nreasonable to assum~ that the tei_Tiple was contemporary with both-that it was built m the Level XIV ~enod and surVIved throughout that period and the next. ason to attnbute the succeeding temple to Level XII; there must have been a temple m the Level XIII period, and if we find no distinct construction answering to such, then we can surely suppose_that the repaired Level XIV temple was still in use.
All (the SE. : ·all on/h e P ~~ havin wood en found ation -beam s, the other s restm g direc tly on . t _e P1at or m. founl still stand ing remai ns of the SW. w_all, the outerhwall of the inner face surviv ed, and if the wall thickness ,was t e same ~s a' ll we found ~t one the wall was set back a metre from the platfo rm s edge. Th~ NE_. "'~ ed it in section . point only, close to the east corner• where a dLevhe l bVil rubbj~~-p~:v~wVII foundation~ it came ri ht at the edge of the platfo rm an t e .