Fig. 25. One of the structures referred to as 'private sanctuaries'. A large vertical stone leans against a rock which emerges naturally from the surface. A series of stones form a small repository in front of the pillar where a few flint implements were found. To the right of the structure is a collection of stones which have natural shapes resembling human faces. They were obviously brought and collected there by human beings. (Site HK 13; photo EA96: VI-18; WARA W05886).
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