Alalakh: An Account of the Excavations at Tell Atchana in by Leonard Woolley

By Leonard Woolley

Excavation file of inform Acana, historic Alalakh, Amuq simple, Hatay province, Turkey. Archaeology, center Bronze Age, past due Bronze Age, pottery, Levant

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Level XII but in every level there are variants-as is the same, and on the h'W. there was very little difference, as o·42 m. , bound to be the case with mud bricks--whi ch make exact if any. figures unreliable. The succession of building levels is far 3 The raising of the successive platforms was, of course, on the evidence (a) of matting courses, dictated by the rise of the surrounding ground-level; the fact more safely judged the platform, and occasionally (c) of that in this instance the increase of height was very small (b) of the outline of (especially if several courses of the old platform had been timber foundations.

25. Constructional timber work overof the SW. g . 0 t at f I f b and the bnck base adjoimng, to Level X ' lm er was ree y used m lts face (v. supra p. 53) . ' :2oo w~s mad~ quite clear by the fact that over the bu~ ~he r;s~all belong to Level XI. , e bthat there was a shallow buttross here at the wall J- uncfloor suggests that one or two of its brick courses-wh i ch m h - ks ('f proJ'ectin g bne lion I t ey were in position at all) a build-mg so old wou ld presumably have shown si ns ' h ut the ma of g the foundations.

Before the room was built the area rest of the wall-foundations. In front of it, below ground- was used for mixing lime. ; I take of loose pebbles, flints, &c. It was here, on the spot, that th~ this to be the box for the hinge-stone of the door, the SW. Le,·el VII builders prepared the concrete for their wallside of it being broken away. foundations. Above the lime and quite distinct from it was a 2 The doorway had basalt jambs 0·47 m. high, only mass of carbon centred on a shallow pit· possibh· this was at g~arry-dressed, not ground smooth, resting on projecting a later stage in the building, a carpenter'~ shop.

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