Extending and Descending

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ayed

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Arabic(Saudi)
Hello, folks.
Context:Archeoloy

Today,I have a sentence causing a splitting headache.

The chain of stony debris is extending from the north to the south.It is descending(sloping down) from the middle of the mountain height down to the end of height.

Extending downhill from northward to southward is a tailed chain of stony debris with almost (200 meter) long and (50 meter) width; descending from the middle of the height of mountain down to almost the lower end of the height.

Does the structure(in blue) make sense?

Any suggestions ?
My regards
Ayed
 
  • Greyfriar

    Senior Member
    Hello, folks.
    Context:Archeoloy

    Today,I have a sentence causing a splitting headache.

    The chain of stony debris is extending from the north to the south.It is descending(sloping down) from the middle of the mountain height down to the end of height.

    Extending downhill from northward to southward is a tailed chain of stony debris with almost (200 meter) long and (50 meter) width; descending from the middle of the height of mountain down to almost the lower end of the height.

    Does the structure(in blue) make sense?

    Any suggestions ?
    My regards
    Ayed
    Extending downhil from north to south is a tailed chain of stony debris almost 200 metres long and 50 metres wide; it begins its descent from mid-mountain and ends almost at the base.
     
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