National Geographic : 1939 Dec
© National Geographic Society inlay by Eric Matson CELLS AND COTES HOLLOWED BY MAN HONEYCOMB ROCK TERRACES INSOGANLI GORGE Early Christian monks and hermits carved their homes in the rocks of this wild and forbidding region. The smaller openings, atright, are dove cotes. Near here the author found a huge block of rock that had rolled down into the valley. Lying right side up, itcontained acomplete and undis turbed anchorite cell, suggesting a small stone cottage.