Feature 161 

Area: Bach 
 
Dug in Year: 2000 
Feature Type: interior wall 
 
Location: N-S direction between spaces 86 and 158 
 
Grid X: 1053.48  Grid Y: 1185.09
 
Interior wall that starts from southern wall of building 3 and extends 145 cm towards the north. The wall separates the building in two spaces - 86 and 158 (together with another interior wall - F. 160). The wall was built in the later phase of the building (D). It was erected on the earlier platform (F. 169). The wall also abuts the wall plaster of the south building wall. In other words, it does not abut the bricks of the south wall but was added later and on the plastered face of the south wall.
The wall is built of narrow bricks, of gray-brownish color made of very sandy clay. The mortar is light grey in colour. The bricks and mortar are uniform in colour and consistency. No openings or blocked openings were noticed. The plasters on the wall were different. On the west wall face the plaster was thinner (cca 1 cm in thickness) whereas on the east face the plaster was much thicker. Also at the lower half of the east wall face there was a thick packing inserted along the wall base that was covered with plaster. In addition, large plaster lumps were stucked to the base of the wall. These lumps of plaster were perceived as deliberately made ridges on the wall face. 
 
In situ Conservation: No 
Lifted: Yes 
 
Feature Relationships:
attached to: (Click to view the record) 164 
on top of: (Click to view the record) 169 
 
Number of Related Diary Entries: 1
 
Conservation Recorded: Yes
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Buildings: (Click to view the record)

3 
Spaces: (Click to view the record)

86, 158 
No. Of Units in this Feature:  5  (Click here to view unit list)
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