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Amara West 2012: daybreak on site

Neal Spencer, British Museum

Workmen carrying buckets of spoil near house E13.8

Workmen carrying buckets of spoil near house E13.8

Work starts in the town of Amara West in near darkness at 07.00am every day….

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  1. Elisabeth says:

    Beautiful picture as usual, wishing you all a successful and interesting season !

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  2. ah, I can even smell the cold morning air. Best wishes on the site.

    David Connolly
    Past Horizons

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