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Hunter-Gatherers and Early Food Producing Societes in Northeastern Africa

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ISBN: 978-83-60109-43-4
Description: softcover, 459 pages (17x24 cm), figs.
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Hunter-Gatherers and Early Food Producing Societes in Northeastern Africa, Ed. by J. Kabacinski, M. Chlodnicki, M. Kobusiewicz, Studies in African Archaeology, vol. 14, Poznan Archaeological Museum, Poznan 2015

Hassan Hussein Idris Ahmed
Seventy years of prehistoric work in Sudan (1940-2010).
I. The Nile Valley
Annett Dittrich
Dating the Neolithisation process in the Middle Nile valley: a critical approach
Agnieszka Maczynska
Lower and Upper Egypt in the 4th millennium BC. The development of craft specialisation and social organisation of the Lower Egyptian and Naqada cultures
Karolina Rosinska-Balik
Proto- and Early Dynastic graves from Tell el-Farkha (Egypt) in three-dimensional view. A case study of grave no.100
Lenka Sukovd
Pictures in place: a case study from Korosko (Lower Nubia)
Elena A. A. Garcea
Origin and Early Development of Food Producing Cultures at Sai Island and Amara West, northern Sudan
Ahmed Hamid Nassr Hmad The Late Neolithic at Qalaat Shanansite within Shendi Reach
Giulia D'Ercole
The ceramic assemblages from Sai Island (Northern Sudan): connecting technological choices to cultural traditions between the 6th and the 3rd millennium BC.
Marek Chlodnicki, Jacek Kabacinski
Radiocarbon dates from Kadero revised.
II. Oases
Noriyuki Shirai
Filling the gap between the Fayum Epipalaeolithic and Neolithic
Jacek Kabacinski, Przemyslaw Bobrowski, Agnieszka Czekaj-Zastawny Maciej fordeczka, Halina Krolik, Miroslaw Masojc
Combined Prehistoric Expedition Survey in the area of Fayum, Bahariya and Farafra Oases and Sinai
Mary M. A. McDonald
Sedentism and the advent of food production in and around Dakhleh Oasis in the Western Desert of Egypt: a distinctively African phenomenon
Michal Kobusiewicz, Ewa Kuciewicz
Last Research of Petroglyph Unit in Dakhleh Oasis. Western Desert of Egypt.
Pawel Polkowski
Meanders of interpretation: Interpreting the 'meandering lines'
Jan Kuper
Filling a Gap: Early Holocene Evidence from Central Libya
Romuald Schild, Fred Wendorf
Displaying the Nabta Playa Monuments in the Nubian Museum, Aswan, Egypt.
Agnieszka Czekaj-Zastawny, Jacek Kabacinski
New Final Neolithic cemetery E-09-4, Gebel Ramlah Playa, Western Desert of Egypt
Azhari Mustafa Sadig
The Late Neolithic: Regional Diversity and Cultural Unity in Central Sudan
Michael Brass
Mortuary theory, pottery and social complexity at Jebel Moya cemetery, south-central Sudan
IV. Varia
Yannick Fouda
Settlement patterns change in Central Cameroon
List of volume contributors