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English: Series of arches in one of the houses of the centre of the city.
Date 22 November 2020
Source https://wargeyskasaxafi.wordpress.com/2018/12/27/bulhar-historic-town-somaliland/
Author

Report from the 2017 Excavations

Jorge de Torres, African Rock Art Image Project

Alfredo Gonzalez-Ruibal, Incipit-CSIC

Manuel Antonio Franco, Incipit-CSIC

Candela Martinez Barrio, Incipit-CSIC

Khader Ahmed Aideed, Department of Tourism, Somaliland

Abdisallam Mohamed Shabelle, Department of Tourism, Somaliland

Introduction: The Spanish Archaeological Project in Somaliland

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