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Dynamic Viewer for Image: Figure 042 from Africa/Egypt/Abydos/Operation 211

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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. 42. Partially preserved human burial that was placed in a pit cut down through an earlier deposit of disarticulated human remains and mummy wrappings that may have been the product of ancient looting of the adjacent tomb, Operation 211, Abydos, 2013. The pieces of limestone lining the edges of the burial pit are re-used fragments of coffins.
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Matthew Douglas Adams. (2016) "Figure 042 from Africa/Egypt/Abydos/Operation 211". 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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