On the north and north-west of the main trench, lies a substantial belt of building remains and features that we have called the “Structure B Complex”. These partly overlie the top of Structure A, as well as spread beyond it.There are cellular, rectilinear and sub-circular building remnants, with many well-preserved hearths, stone fixtures and fittings, thresholds, wall piers and floors.
Often these various elements can be seen to relate to each other in a complex manner, with successive features cutting and partly demolishing earlier elements.
It brings to the fore the rich story of social change that almost certainly lies behind the fairly frenetic changes that have taken place across the Structure B area.
The area has yielded numerous small finds including substantial amounts of pottery, stone tools, and an extensive animal bone assemblage, as well as a number of striking metal items, including numerous knife blades, gaming counters and, perhaps most bizarrely, a carved, stone object in the form of a human head.