Structure Thirty in relation to the other piered buildings in Trench P.
The large curving wall face belonging to Structure Thirty protrudes from the edge of Trench P to the south-east of Structure Twelve.
Structure Thirty from the eastern entrance annexe of Structure Twelve. (Sigurd Towrie)
There is not much that can be said about Thirty, given the fact that most of it remains underground. Geophysical survey results suggest, however, that Structure Thirty is another very large piered building on the same NNE-SSW alignment as Structure Twelve.
The curvature of Thirty’s exposed wall also indicates that it was larger than its north-western neighbour.
Drone shot showing Structures Thirty, Twenty-Six and Twelve. (Scott Pike)
Structure Thirty’s curved wall is pictured in the bottom right of this picture looking towards Structures Twenty-Six and Ten. (Sigurd Towrie)