Fig. 102. Remains of a row site settlement that was reutilized in different phases. Artefacts of the BAC period and of the Roman period were found here. The structures show evidence of repair and they are likely to have been used more than once. In the central part of the site, near a rock shelter, are remains of a courtyard structure undoubtedly older than the others. (Site BK 401; photo ISR 86: XX-15; WARA W05957).
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