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A small upright and platform in area 3215, bulldozed

97_8_3215-x.jpg A small unrecorded ahu with an upright stone in area 3203, just prior to its being bulldozedThumbnailsAn ahu in area 3216, bulldozed in creating the ʻEwa Marina footprintA small unrecorded ahu with an upright stone in area 3203, just prior to its being bulldozedThumbnailsAn ahu in area 3216, bulldozed in creating the ʻEwa Marina footprintA small unrecorded ahu with an upright stone in area 3203, just prior to its being bulldozedThumbnailsAn ahu in area 3216, bulldozed in creating the ʻEwa Marina footprintA small unrecorded ahu with an upright stone in area 3203, just prior to its being bulldozedThumbnailsAn ahu in area 3216, bulldozed in creating the ʻEwa Marina footprintA small unrecorded ahu with an upright stone in area 3203, just prior to its being bulldozedThumbnailsAn ahu in area 3216, bulldozed in creating the ʻEwa Marina footprint

An archaeologist familiar with sites on Kahoʻolawe island commented that if this had been found there, it would have been identified as a koʻa (fishing shrine). However it was identified as a "temporary habitation" in the Oneʻula archaeological report, along with most of the other 400 listed sites.