Due to its elevated position, this western part of the town-wall has survived to this day. The ruins of the southwestern corner tower and of the so-called praetorium in the north are still an impressive landmark that is visible from afar.
Luckily, most of the corners of the building were either preserved or could be inferred with certainty so that we were in possession of the most important data for the supplementation of the ground plan (see fig. 3). Furthermore, in the southwest corner of the cella the lowest course of the mud-brick superstructure was still visible (fig. 4) – indicating how high the stone foundations of the outer walls must have risen.