A more unusual and less grand proposal, but nevertheless quite interesting, I think.Full name of site: Desert kites of the Middle EastCountry:
Jordan, Syria, Israel and EgyptTWHS?:
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(Wikipedia) Desert kites are constructions aimed at trapping game animals, found in the Middle East. The constructions are generally believed to have been used "to catch herds of wild ungulates." They appear in deserts and are most common in eastern Jordan. Some also appear in the Negev Desert of Israel and Sinai Desert of Egypt. One review of 16 desert kites from the Negev and northeast Sinai found that desert kites in these deserts were established in the late 4th millennium BCE or early 3rd millennium BCE and had ceased to function by the middle of the 2nd millennium BCE.
Desert kites consist of long dry-stone walls converging on a neck which opens into a confined space which was used as the killing floor. The length of the walls can run to hundreds of metres and can be best seen from the air. They were given their name by pilots who first saw them from the air in the 1920s. Almost 2,000 have been identified across Jordan and Syria.Criteria:
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump