street drain of a later period, "60 above the outer step. The remains in this
liouse of a building of the first period have been already noticed (p. 36).
A building a few yards to the east and in the same street, has a strong
general resemblance to the house just described (H 2: 37; H 3: 8, 9, 10,
and Fig. 37)- Jt consists of a large room 8 entered by a doorway d, and a
small room 10 on the east side of it with a separate entrance. Whether 37
and 9 were rooms or open Spaces does not appear; tlio wall between 37 and 8
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Jho. 37.—Plan of House of Period II.
is broken down so that it is impossible to say whether it contained a doorway
or not. There is no doorway to 9. In the south wall of 10 there is a slit (e)
•80 m. high by -25 m. wide; the object of this feature is not apparent. In
the doorway of this house there are remains of au outer step like that in the
house last described.
Mdhods of Construction.—The technique varies a good deal. The walls
average -05 in. thick ; and most of them are of ordinary nibble. Wall