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Architecture paléoesquimaude / Palaeoeskimo Architecture

Volume 27, numéro 1-2, 2003, p. 91-110

A Late Dorset semi-subterranean structure from the Bell Site (NiNg-2), Ekalluk River, Victoria Island

Karen Ryan

Figure 3

Placing the grid on House 6 prior to excavation. Note the shallow and ephemeral nature of the structure. Right to left, Annie Veilleux stands on the embankment immediately north of the house, Sarah Hazell sits near the rear wall, Matthew Betts stands on the natural hummock in front of the house depression, while Karen Ryan is in the entrance (photo: courtesy of T. M. Friesen).

Image pleine grandeur

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