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General view from raised earth platform:Dar es-Soltan 1 Cave Environs. Rabat Morocco
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General view from raised earth platform:Survey and Excavation at Dar es-Soltan 1 Cave (DeS I) 360-degree digital photography for site interior and exterior to illustrate the position of site in the wider landscape setting. Please see side tab map for further views of the Dar es-Soltan environs.
Copyright: Ian.R Cartwright: Institute Of Archaeology Oxford
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Uploaded: 12/02/2013
Atualizado: 16/07/2014
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Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
General view of Dar es-Soltan 1 Cave Environs. Rabat Morocco
Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
DES 1 Cave entrance: Dar es-Soltan 1 Morocco: Cave Environs
Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
Dar es-Soltan 1 Cave Environs. Rabat Morocco
Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
Dar es-Soltan 1 Morocco. Cave interior, post excavation end of 2012 season.
Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
Dar es-Soltan 2 Cave entrance
Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
DES 2, cave entrance environs:Dar es-Soltan Cave Environs. Rabat Morocco
Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
View west of Des 1 cave: Dar es-Soltan 1 Cave Environs. Rabat Morocco
Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
View from raised earth platform: Dar es-Soltan 1 Cave Environs. Rabat Morocco
Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
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Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
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Ian.R Cartwright: Institute of Archaeology Oxford
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