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Figure referenced by Matthew Douglas Adams, "In the Footsteps of Looters: Assessing the Damage from the 2011 Looting in the North Cemetery at Abydos," Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt (JARCE) 51 (2015): 5–63, doi:

Note Fig. 66. Looters’ hole in the interior side of the northwest wall of the tomb in Operation 216, view to northwest. The looters cut through architectural remains from a late antique re-use of the structure (left), as well as the original floor (visible in the side of the pit at right), before tunneling under the wall. The tunnel joins the hole on the opposite side of the wall illustrated in fig. 65. Fig. 4 shows the same feature as it appeared in early 2011.
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Matthew Douglas Adams. (2016) "Figure 066 from Africa/Egypt/Abydos/Operation 216". In Images Documenting Looting in the North Cemetery at Abydos, Egypt. Matthew Douglas Adams (Ed). Released: 2016-04-17. Open Context. <> ARK (Archive):

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