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Rocky Shore near Orote Archaeology Site
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This is a view of the rocky shore near the Orote Archaeology Site on Naval Base Guam, accessible via Spanish Steps. Udoll Island is visible. About 25 yards inland lies a prehistoric cave complex that shows evidence of long and continuous use as a human habitation site. From fragments found at the scene, archaeologists speculate that the first inhabitants could have been from early Pre-Latte period, ca. 3500 BC.
Copyright: John aylsworth
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Uppladdad: 03/04/2011
Uppdaterad: 23/10/2012
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