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View of a "reconstructed" storeroom looking east. Note the central dirt area and the two side aisles that were paved with cobblestones. Because of the cobblestones and hundreds of hundreds of pottery vessels including storage jars (for grain) as well as household vessels such as cooking pots, bowls, kraters, lamps, and grinding stones it is evident that these were storerooms and not stables.
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This image courtesy of Jerry Hawkes.