ARCHITECTURE OF BUILDING 2
BUILDING 2 is a poorly preserved frame building, with few walls excavated. Its only cohesive remains were part of a plaster floor in one room and a brick floor in another. The exterior walls are 1½ bricks thick, suggesting a two story building. There is no evidence of brick flooring, but there is a fragement of a plaster floor and wood planking for a floor.
FUNCTION OF BUILDING 2
While Building 2, like Building 1, faced on to Lime Street, its poor condition allows for neither its size nor function to be determined.
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