Images

Part of the area excavated at the Amir’s palace, Harar (photo T. Insoll)

The excavated mosque, Harlaa (photo. T. Insoll)

Detail of the excavated mihrab, Harlaa (photo. T. Insoll)

The probable jeweler’s workshop, Harlaa (photo. T. Insoll)

Beads from Harlaa (photo T. Insoll)

Glazed pottery from Harlaa, Yemeni ‘Mustard’ ware at left, Chinese Celadons at right, top row (photo. T. Insoll)

Locally made pottery from Harlaa (photo. T. Insoll)

Shells and shell working debris from Harlaa (photo. T. Insoll)

Nick Tait recording locally made ceramics at Harlaa (photo. T. Insoll)

Nadia Khalaf using the GPS at Harlaa (photo. T. Insoll)
A crucible from the workshop excavations at Harlaa (photo. T. Insoll)
Cowry backs cut off to allow the cowrys to be strung or attached. From the workshop excavations at Harlaa (photo. T. Insoll)
Tomb complex at Harlaa (photo. T. Insoll)
Tim Insoll explaining the workshop excavations to Geography stucdents from Jigjiga University (photo. T. Insoll)
The cemetery attached to the Aw Abadir Shrine, Harar (photo. T. Insoll)