Fig. 61. Aerial photograph of one of the geoglyphs, a quadruped more than 30 meters long, in the central area of the Har Karkom plateau. On the ground this figure is scarcely visible, but it emerges clearly when viewed from an aeroplane. (Site HK 24b; photo EA94: IV-9; E.A. 1994, fig. 3; WARA W05920).
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