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191–230. ), “Le palais royal d’Ougarit,” in Aux origines de l’alphabet: Catalogue Lyon 2004, pp. 143–47. ), RSO XVI, Les ivoires d’Ougarit: L’art des ivoiriers du Levant. 46 Description of the Tell Palace Annexes, North of the Royal Plaza The Entrance on Palace Street On the north side of the Royal Plaza, situated in front of the entrance to the palace, is a doorway leading to Palace Street (Fig. 25:4); this is the main entrance to the Palace from the city. This entrance was well protected. Across the road, just a few meters east of the northwest corner of the Palace is a strong double doorway, with impressive jambs of ashlar stone that can still be seen in the walls on either side of the street (Fig.
E. The houses were abandoned by their inhabitants, then pillaged and burned. Thereafter, no other urban settlement was ever located on the site. There is evidence of isolated occupation and a few farming installations on certain portions of the tell during Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman times, but these farms did not involve the kind of collective organization that characterizes city life. Thus, the miraculous development that had lasted some 6,000 years, when a Neolithic village had become ﬁrst a city and then the capital of a kingdom that left its mark on the history of its day, came to an end.
705–21. ), “Ugarit: The urban habitat. The present state of the archaeological picture,” BASOR 286, pp. 19–34. ), RSO X, La tranchée “Ville sud,” Paris. ), “Urbanisme et architecture,” in RSO XI, pp. 155–68. ), “L’habitat à Ougarit à la ﬁn du Bronze Récent,” in La Maison dans la Syrie antique: Colloque Damas 1992, ed. C. Castel and F. Villeneuve, Beirut, pp. 15–28. ), “Une maison au sud du ‘Temple aux rhytons’,” in RSO XIV, pp. 83– 190. 30 Description of the Tell 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Tower 15th–14th century Postern gate (blocked in the 13th century) Monumental gate 13th–12th century Royal Plaza in front of the Royal Palace Entrance porch to the Royal Palace Guard post (entrance to the Royal Palace from the city) 7.