Fig. 62. Site view of anthropomorphic stone, partially natural and partially shaped by man. The anthropomorphic stone rests on a group of three rocks, in turn intentionally placed upon smaller stones. At the foot of the structure is a small circle of stones where flints of the BAC period were found. Behind the structure, a circular area has been cleared of pebbles and could have been used as a ceremonial space. (Site HK 173c; photo ISR 86 XXXI-37, ISR 86 XXXI-31; E.A. 1994, fig. 61; WARA W05921).
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