The Jebusite wall of Jerusalem—in the lower left—as it appeared a few years later. It is hardly more than a pile of stones. The sides are no longer straight. The top edges of the wall can no longer be seen. Many stones have been canted or washed away. Even the angle of the wall is indistinct. Debris and weeds have grown up around it. The 8th century city wall behind the Jebusite wall is also beginning to crumble.