Fig. 200. The pass that joins Wadi Karkom, next to which is the well of Beer Karkom. On the hill that dominates the scene on the left, traces of the walls of BAC-period fortified settlements are visible. In the background, between the wadi and the slopes of the mountain, are remains of settlements. In the left foreground the motor vehicle road appears. On the right are traces of the ancient trails that lead to the mountains of the Central Negev. (Site BK 400; photo EA99: XXXIV-3; WARA W06059).
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