Cross-sections inside (top) and outside (bottom) of perimeter wall . The wall itself, being of mud-brick, was heavily eroded, sometimes to a lower elevation than the adjoining more densely packed street debris.
Ashy debris deposits continued to accumulate outside of the perimeter wall, covering the curtain wall. These date to the end of Harappa Period 3B and the beginning of Period 3C.
Workmen are cleaning the Trench 11 area in preparation for photography during the 1997 excavation season. Perimeter wall  is on the left.
Top plan view of Trench 57 excavations indicating the possible layout of the large baked brick walls that were robbed.
Excavations of Trench 57, on the west side of Mound E, during 2000 revealed large mud brick platforms or walls with remnants of baked brick drains just below the modern surface. Looking West.
Top plan view of Harappan (Period 3) and Early Harappan (Period 2) walls on the west side of Trench 54.
North-South section plan of Harappan (Period 3) and Early Harappan (Period 2) wall remnants and mud brick platforms on the west side of Trench 54.