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The bulk of the stone used to construct the walls of the gate is uncut, and rocks of different sizes are fitted together to provide a strong but relatively inexpensive wall. The center of the wall (between the two outer "skins") is less carefully constructed and often seems to have been filled with earth and rubble.
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