Archaeology of Early Northeastern Africa, in Memory of Lech Krzyzaniak, Studies in African Archaeology, Vol. 9
Poznan, Muzeum Archeologiczne w Poznaniu. 2006. (ISBN: 8360109060). Hardcover, with dust jacket, 25x18 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-60109-06-0 Description: hardcover, cloth, jacket, 1061 pages (25x18 cm), ills. Condition: very good Weight: 2155g. Forewords Lech Krzyzaniak - Bibliography I Sudan Abdelrahim M. Khabir Some new reflections on Islang and Nofalab Neolithic sites in Khartoum province, Sudan Przemyslaw Bobrowski and Maciej Jordeczka A survey of the Wadi Awatib near Naga Louis Chaix New data about rural economy in the Kerma culture: the site of Gism el-Arba (Sudan) Mauro Cremaschi, Sandro Salvatori, Donatella Usai and Andrea Zerboni A further "tessera" to the huge "mosaic": studying the ancient settlement pattern of the El Salha region (south-west of Omdurman, Central Sudan) David N. Edwards Mid Holocene game drives in Nubian landscapes? Victor M. Fernandez The Prehistory of the Blue Nile Region (Central Sudan and Western Ethiopia) Elena A. A. Garcea Pottery making processes at Esh Shaheinab, Sudan Achilles Gautier The faunal remains of the Early Neolithic site Kadero, Central Sudan Brigitte Gratien Kerma people in Egypt (Middle and Classic Kerma) Randi Haaland Ritual and political aspects of Iron working; iron in war and conflict Margaret Judd Jebel Sahaba revisited Derek A. Welsby Two unusual monuments in the Northern Dongola Reach of the Nile, Sudan Bruce Beyer Williams A-Group Society in the context of Northeastern Africa II The Sahara and the Western Desert of Egypt and the Sudan Friedrich Berger Relative chronology of rock art at Djedefre's Water Mountain, SW-Egypt Przemyslaw Bobrowski, Romuald Schild and Gilberto Calderonii Late Neolithic Settlements ( E-01-2 "CAMP" ) from the Gebel Ramlah Playa Basin, South-Western Desert of Egypt (Preliminary Report) Maria Carmela Gatto The Early A-Group in Upper Lower Nubia, Upper Egypt and the surrounding deserts Birgit Keding Pottery of the Wadi Howar - traditions, transformations and their implications Rudolph Kuper An attempt at Structuring the Holocene Occupation of the Eastern Sahara Mathias Lange The archaeology of Wadi Hariq (NW-Sudan): Results from excavations 1999 and 2001 Mathias Lange and Hans-Ake Nordstrom Abkan connections-The relationship between the Abkan culture in the Nile valley and Early Nubian sites from the Laqiya Region (Eastern Sahara, Northwest Sudan) Mark Milburn Some enigmatic phenomena of the East, Central and West Sahara Nadja Pollath Mid-Holocene pastoralism in Northwestern Sudan: cattle bone finds from Wadi Hariq and their cultural implications Heiko Riemer and Peter Schonfeld The prehistoric pottery of Abu Tartur, Western Desert of Egypt Noriyuki Shirai Origins and development of bifacial stone tools and their implications for the beginning of animal herding in the Egyptian Western Desert Pierre M. Vermeersch, W. Van Neer and F. Gullentops El Abadiya 3, Upper Egypt, A Late Palaeolithic site on the shore of a Large Nile Lake III Oases C. S.Churcher and M. R. Kleindienst A Pre-Dynastic Ass (Equus asinus) from the Sheikh Muftah Cultural Horizon of the Dakhleh Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt Maxine R. Kleindienst, Charles S. Churcher, B. Churcher, Henry P. Schwarcz, Albert F. C. Haldemann, Jennifer R. Smith and Gordon R. Osinski Geoarchaeological investigations in Dakhleh Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt: Did a meteorite strike Dakhleh during the time of Middle Stone Age occupations? Michal Kobusiewicz Stone knapping tradition in Old Kingdom Dakhleh Giulio Lucarini The use and exploitation of the sorghum and wild plants in the hidden valley village (Farafra Oasis Egypt) Mary M. A. McDonald Holocene Prehistory of the Wadi el Midauwara above the Kharga Oasis, Egypt [..]. Very Good/Very Good.
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