View looking south at the jumble of walls that marked off rooms on the ground floor of the palace. The function of these rooms is not certain—they may have been service rooms, with the upper floor being the place of festivities.
The four upright columns silhouetted against the sky mark the level of the upper floor of the palace. On the right (west) side of the image three of the windows of the east wall are visible.
This image courtesy of Mark Connally.