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A Holocene Prehistoric Sequence in the Egyptian Red Sea Area
The Tree Shelter
Pierre M. Vermeersch
Egyptian Prehistory Monographs 7 The prehistory of the Eastern Desert of Egypt is not well understood. A Holocene Prehistoric Sequence in the Egyptian Red Sea Area is an important contribution to our knowledge of the Epi-Palaeolithic, Neolithic, and...



The Archaeology of Disease
Charlotte Roberts, Keith Manchester
The Archaeology of Disease shows how the latest scientific and archaeological techniques can be used to identify the common illnesses and injuries from which humans suffered in antiquity. Charlotte Roberts and Keith Manchester offer a vivid picture of...



Archaeology and the Emergence of Greece
Anthony M. Snodgrass
"The papers in this book presume to stray across the traditional boundaries with the domains of prehistorians, ancient historians, and literary critics. . . . It had been regarded as somehow out of order for Classical archaeologists to meddle with...



Bruc Ealles Well
Archaeological Essays Concerning the Peoples of North-West Europe in the First Millennium A.D
The essays in this book are about the peoples of North-West Europe in the first millenium AD. They were written by archaeologists from various countries who either reveal the results of their archaeological fieldwork or place the knowledge they have...



Palaeolithic Quarrying Sites in Upper and Middle Egypt
This book is oriented towards the understanding of the chert extraction techniques employed by Middle and early Upper Palaeolithic humans in the lower desert of the Egyptian Nile Valley between Tahta and Qena.









Sagalassos V
Report on the Survey and Excavation Campaigns of 1996 and 1997



Palaeolithic Living Sites in Upper and Middle Egypt
The field research and associated laboratory analyses reported in this volume represent more than 24 years of investigation in Upper and Middle Egypt by the Belgian Middle Egypt Prehistoric Project of Leuven University.



Thebes in Egypt
A Guide to the Tombs and Temples of Ancient Luxor
Nigel Strudwick, Helen Strudwick
The remains of ancient Thebes constitute one of the largest and most remarkable archaeological sites in all of Egypt and indeed the world. The discoveries made at this site, now the modern town of Luxor, are responsible for much of our knowledge of...



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