Fig. 8


a) NAC image showing the section of Hapi facing the Anuket region. The region is distinguished by its smooth texture, which show surface ripples (inbox) indicative of dust mobilization by aeolian-like processes. The folded section of Anubis is visible as well in the bottom left corner. Note how the Anuket material appears to traverse the neck region in the lower section of the image creating a boundary with Atum. b) NAC image showing part of the Hapi region facing the Hathor cliffs (outside the right bounds of the image), which is roughly beyond the horizon of a). Also visible in the foreground is the line of boulders along this section of the region in addition to the scarp boundaries with Seth and Babi. Arrows in both figures point to locations of the boundaries between adjacent regions.

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