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This paper summarises previously unpublished records relating to a series of unusual, and perhaps associated enclosed medieval settlements in the area of Akasha and Ukma West, excavated in 1969 by the Archaeological Survey of Sudanese Nubia. When excavated, one site, namely [21-N-11], which contained a small church, was thought likely to have been a monastery. An unusual site close by is also briefl y discussed. Two other enclosed sites, and perhaps a further uncompleted example, have somedoi:10.12775/etudtrav.32.004 fatcat:yxtszg7b6rdsfdvskxs3iwkcpa