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2        Lesser Alban 
used by the ancients. bits of worked stone & frags of the ornate pottery occur everwhere.
Even little batches of [[the ?]] soil were terraced and used up the steep west sides where ^[[mainly]] all is stone
Passing some 300 or 400 ft [[rest ?]] up the narrow east end we encounter an extensive series of terraces encircling the top 100 or 200 ft el. They are covered with ancient pottery & though recently cultivated are no doubt ancient
The fact that most pottery occurs at the outer [[pts ?]] & edges is good proof 

Disks of limestone rude

[[image: drawing of stone with flat bottom]]


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