Mount Karkom: 20 years of Biblical Archaeology in the desert of Exodus. Mount Sinai rediscovered by Prof. Emmanuel Anati.
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Fig. 26. A large tumulus. It seems to have had a small access corridor, closed by a stone engraved with an ibex. The tumulus may have been originally covered by earth which has now disappeared due to the action of wind. (Site HK 32; photo EA96: HK VII-3; WARA W05887).



Fig. 158a/b. Rock engraving called 'the eye that watches from the rock.' A large eye has seven lines arrayed from the bottom and seven from the top. (Site HK 36b; photo EA98: LVIII-5; drawing: HK Archive; WARA W06016, W06017).


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