Mosque? Located near the southern edge of Mihrawli village, on the east side of the road leading south from the village. Grid ref. F-13. Ill. 36a.
Only a section consisting of three connected arches facing east survives. It is impossible to guess what the structure was like but it was very likely a mosque. Judging from the remaining vestiges, the building had a section joined to it to the north and south. It is thought to have been connected in some way to the tomb building a little to the east. Period Ⅱ.
IOC:Ⅸ-37-2; ASI:Ⅲ-80.

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