All that remains of Sanctuary C (which was largely destroyed toward the end of the sixth century B.C., when Sanctuary B was built over it) is a rectangular room housing a circle-and-triangle altar, as seen in this photo and drawing(the drawing and photo have different orientations, however, since the photo was taken from the back of the room). Supplicants would enter the room through an opening as shown in the drawing. On their left was a 2-foot-wide mudbrick platform, approached by steps (which can be seen in the middle foreground of the drawing and in the right background of the photo). This platform, which ran the entire length of the room, was probably used as a shelf for offerings.