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122), is a type of building that has been found at various sites further east, ranging in date from pre-Pottery Neolithic (Cayonu(3)) down into the Ninerite V Period.(4) It occurs in Ubaid levels at Tepe Gawra (levels XV-XVI).(5) At Telul eth-Thalathat in the Ninevite V Period, closely spaced parallel walls were foundations for a granary,(6) while at Karrana at Atij reed impressions were found on top of such walls, suggesting some sort of platform (for drying?).(7)
The material recovered is very similar to other third-millennium sites north and south of Hasseke such as Nustel, Abu Hijara, Tell Bderi, Atij, Melebiya, and Raqai.