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Trench

Trench. an overgrown, linear depression that curves around (sinuous) but runs approximately north-south. It is shallow and …

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Trench

Trench. Fairly well-defined at the NE end, more eroded at the SW end where the vegetation is low and scrubby. Overgrown with …

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Trench

Trench. Long trench, major trench running east-west along the northern edge of the plateau. Runs from junction with trench …

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Embankment

Embankment runs alongside Lone Pine Cemetery. Artefact scatter. Found on surface of disturbed embankment outside the gateway …

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Alcove

Trench alcove. A semi-circular, scalloped alcove opening directly onto the trench F710. Dimensions are 255 x 195cm at the …

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Tunnel

One of two tunnel slump pits. Pit 1 located near the edge of the ridge.

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Tunnel

Tunnel opening or entrance just below the highest point of Ari Burnu. The soil is a sandy silt with a pebbly and stoney layer …

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Pit

Probable tunnel slump. An oval-shaped depression of medium depth with gently sloping sides

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Trench

Relatively shallow. SRD jars located to the west of this trench.

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Trench

Trench. Shallow, linear depression, 185cm wide x 70cm deep, defined by thick vegetation (especially rhododendron). Thick …

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