Fig. 121. Remains of an elusive geoglyph? A figure of a quadruped seems to have been created by clearing stones from an area about five meters long. Next to this probable geoglyph, flakes have been collected that indicate the presence of a flint workshop. (Site 56c; photo EA 93: XVIII-37; E.A. 1994, fig. 28; WARA W05977).
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