October 18, 1969
The last day of excavation! The western section of trench 10 has been cleared. And it reveals a series of rather poor walls. These, a few stones irregularly placed, run between the well built NS wall of the building's Eastern flank and a second series of stones which may form the edge of a portico which runs along the Eastern flank. The circular column bases of T6E. Continue and then turn at r. angles
It thus seems that the N,S, and E flanks of the structure have a colonade
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