rooms 12 and 13 is one of these four (Fig. 30). The wall in which it occurs
appears to be donble, or in other words two walls side by side witb a
longitudinal Joint between tbem. Only the western
wall now spans the opening; the eastern wall does
not now stand to a sufficient height. The doorway
is '65 metre wide ; the present height is l-40 metres,
but somc of the masonry above has probably fallen so
that it was originally not more than l'O metre.
The building just described has been spoken of
as one house. It is doubtful whether it is really one
house or two. As already stated the central wall
appears to be double, as though belonging to separate _
owners, and the large rooms have separate entrances
from the corridor. On the other band the existence 30--1)I UiKA^ 0F
Doorway betweeh Rooms
of the doorway / would point to the whole huilding 12 and 13 in Fig. -27.
fonning one establishment.
A building very similar in arrangement is seen in J 2 : 7, S, 10, 13 (see
Fig. 31 and Fig. 59, Section WX, 17). There is no corridor but there are
I 01 13 4 5
1 . 1 1 I I I I 1-1
SCALE of METRES
10 5 o 10
5CAX.E OF FEET K3
F10. 31.—Plan of House of Period II.
two outer doors to the large rooins witb. doors opposite leading into the
small back rooms and a doorway connccting the two large rooms.