New paper: Ancient desert and quarry roads at Aswan

Part of a large field of upright stones in a side wadi to Wadi el-Tilal, about one km north of St. Simeon’s monastery, looking north. On the hill to the right is a possible Early Christian hermitage. Photo: Per Storemyr

Part of a large field of upright stones in a side wadi to Wadi el-Tilal, about one km north of St. Simeon's monastery, looking north. On the hill to the right is a possible Early Christian hermitage. Photo: Per Storemyr

Part of a large field of upright stones in a side wadi to Wadi el-Tilal, about one km north of St. Simeon’s monastery, looking north. On the hill to the right is a possible Early Christian hermitage. Photo: Per Storemyr

Part of a large field of upright stones in a side wadi to Wadi el-Tilal, about one km north of St. Simeon’s monastery, looking north. On the hill to the right is a possible Early Christian hermitage. Photo: Per Storemyr

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