Fig. 20. On the left, large enclosures of the BAC period are probably remains of courtyard sites. On the right, rectangular foundations of Roman/Byzantine habitations are seen on a terrace next to the wadi. The same ground surface shows traces of older, round structures from the BAC period. Above, in the centre of the illustration, are the remains of a spiral shaped structure, typical of a BAC-period sanctuary. (Site HK 113; photo ISR 85: C/IV-32; WARA W05881).
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