The latest in our series looking at the excavation of each major building over time focuses on Structure Eight.
The relationship between Structure Eight and its predecessors, Structures Seventeen and Eighteen.
July 2007. Structure Eight wallheads. (ORCA)
July 2007: Excavation under way on Structure Eight. (ORCA)
2008: Piers and recesses. (ORCA)
2009: Structure Eight from the photography tower. The corner of Structure Ten is visible in the bottom left of the picture. (ORCA)
August 2010: the north end of the building and single entrance. (ORCA)
August 2010: Structure Eight (north end) with Structure Ten to the left. (ORCA)
2011: Interior rubble cleared and hearths visible. (ORCA)
2011: Structure Eight plan. (ORCA)
2012: Inside Structure Eight looking north towards the entrance. (ORCA)
2015: Aerial view, showing the later Structure Ten biting into the south-eastern corner of Structure Eight. (Hugo Anderson-Whymark)
2015: Aerial view. (Hugo Anderson-Whymark)
2016: House of hearths. (Scott Pike)
2018: Aerial view. (Scott Pike)
2019: Aerial view. (Scott Pike)