Fig. 60. Southeast of the Midianite Temple, traces of geoglyphs are visible. Two of them are about 30 meters long and seem to represent bovines. White stones, visible in contrast with the dark hammada, have been used to create the geoglyphs. The work has been completed by alignments of stones and the clearing of the surface. (Site HK 24c; photo EA94: II-27 E.A. 1994, fig. 15; WARA W05919).
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