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Section 3/20: The South East Structure of the Western High Gate of Medinet Habu.
Both the Eastern and Western High Gates of Medinet Habu were complex structures composed of both stone and mud-brick architecture. The mud-brick building seen in this section would have connected with the central tower and had rooms overlooking the southeast part of the passageway. Originally this building would have had multiple stories, but these have disappeared over the course of the millennia - except for the lowest elements of the rooms that were on the first floor. There, one can still see floors, door thresholds, and the bottom courses of the interior walls that once formed individual rooms.
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