Hazor: "storehouse"

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This shot shows the ground-plan clearly. The single, small doorway at rightangles to the corridor-like main divisions of the building makes the suggestion that they were public markets unlikely, and has often been felt to make the interpretation of stables less probable, though compare the large Amarna house complex shown in a model at the Oriental Institute Museum in Chicago where the building on the right (with a similar plan) was definitely identified as a stables with chariots.


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