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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. 177. General view to southwest, showing Operation 267 and other parts of the same large courtyard tomb, probably Mace’s “D57,” visible on the surface in 2013. The southeast side of the front pylon is at left in the foreground, and the wall between the large first court and the rear part of the tomb in the middle distance left of center. The gateways through the pylon and the rear courtyard wall are aligned. A depression filled with wind-blown sand today marks the large pit left by Mace’s excavation of the subterranean components of the tomb.
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Matthew Douglas Adams. (2016) "Figure 177 from Africa/Egypt/Abydos/Operation 267". 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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