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Nonetheless, the fioors of the rooms were usually clayplastered and this would have prevented moisture from settling within (Orthmann 1989: 26). The excavators generally assume that thcse rooms were open to the sky, while the living rooms behind were roofed (Orthmann 1989: 26). 40 The houses were ail similarly built. The walls were set on foundations consisting of Iimestone blocks, which formed a sheli around a packing of smaller stones set in between. n 1989: 20-21). The floors within the rooms of the houses were oflen covered with a thick clay plaster or, in a few cases, a well laid layer of limestone plaster (Orthmann 1989: 2 1).

The general impression is of continuous occupation in Area B during the Middle Bronze Age with a slow but steady development in the pottery tradition. 20 The large wall on the northern side of the rooms found in Area B was thought to be part of the defensive system of the Middle Bronze settlement on the high tell. The wall was 3 m thick (Domemm 1979: 132) and consisted of a heavy stone foundation, capped by a superstructure of mudbnck (Dornemann 1978: 24). 25 m Oomemann 1979: 141). 75 m before hitting virgin grave1 (Domemann 1979: 141).

33), further supporting a Middle Bronze date for these strata. e Bronze Ags; 1 have ~seervations about this dating scheme, as will be discussed in the study of Munbaqa's intemal chronology in chapter V. 5436, the Late Bronze tradition. Levels H6-H7 are best correlated with Hama J, and should be dated to the end of the Early Bronze Age. Beginning in 1973, Orthmann explored other areas in the vicinity of Stcinhaii 1, with the aim of linking the stratigraphie sequence observed within the temple with the associated architecture around it.

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