In the South, perimeter wall  was preserved to a lesser altitude than in the North. In the very south of the area excavated in 1996, the lower portions of the walls of a mud-brick room were found attached to the inside of the perimeter wall next to what was originally thought to be a rectangular platform of baked-bricks set into that wall. This "platform" in fact may be the bottom course of bricks from a later (Period 3C) baked brick pillar. (See caption to 81 and see plan in 72.) In the street deposits just to the right (North) of the mud-brick room was found the intaglio seal illustrated in 55, 56, and 79. Note here also the curtain wall and its associated deposits in the foreground.