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Origin and Early Development of Food – Producing Cultures in North-Eastern Africa

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Origin and Early Development of  Food – Producing Cultures in North-Eastern Africa, Studies in African Archaeology, vol. 1, edited by L. Krzyzaniak and M. Kobusiewicz, Poznan Archaeological Museum 1984

From the Organizers and Editors
List of Members of the Symposium
Address to the Participants (by Jan Żak)
Preface (by Fred Wendorf)
Introduction
J. DESMOND CLARK
The domestication process in Northeast Africa: ecological change and adaptive strategies
I.General themes
ACHILLES GAUTIER
Quaternary mammals and archaeozoology of Egypt and the Sudan: a survey
JOHN A. ALEXANDER
The end of the moving frontier in the Neolithic of North-Eastern Africa
ABBAS S. MOHAMMED-ALI
Evidence of early food-production in Northeast Africa: an alternative model
MARGHERITA MUSSI
Un modéle des débuts de l'agriculture au Proche-Orient
WHITNEY DAVIS
The earliest art in the Nile Valley
ERIKA ENDESFELDER
Social and economic development towards the end of the Predynastic
period in Egypt
BRUCE G. TRIGGER
The mainlines of socio-economic devélopment ín dynastic Egypt to the end of the Old Kingdom
PETER L. SHINNIE
The mainlines of socio-economic development in the Sudan in Post-Neolithic times
II.Late Palaeolithic and Early Neolithic of Egypt
FRED WENDORF and ROMUALD SCHILD
Some implications of Late Palaeolithic cereal exploitation at Wadi Kubbaniya (Upper Egypt)
ANN STEMLER and RICHARD H. FALK
Evidence of grains from the site of Wadi Kubbaniya (Upper Egypt)
PIERRE M. VERMEERSCH
Subsistence activities on the Late Palaeolithic sites of Elkab (Upper Egypt)
DOUGLAS R. CONNOR
The Kiseiba Plateau: a systematic surface survey in Egypt's Western Desert
K. MORGAN BANKS
Early ceramic-bearing occupations in the Egyptian Western Desert
ANGELA E. CLOSE
Early Holocene raw material economies in the Western Desert of Egypt
MICHAŁ KOBUSIEWICZ
The multicultural Early Holocene site E-79-4 at Ghorab Playa,
Western Desert of Egypt
MARGHERITA MUSSI, ISABELLA CANEVA and ANNALISA ZARRATINI
More on the Terminal Palaeolithic of the Fayum Depression
ROBERT J. WENKE
Early agriculture in the Southern Fayum Depression:
some test survey results and research implications
MARIA CASINI
Neolithic and Predynastic in the Fayum
ANTHONY J. MILLS
Research in the Dakhleh Oasis
THOMAS R. HAYS
Predynastic development in Upper Egypt
FEKRI A. HASSAN
Toward a model of agricultural developments in Predynastic Egypt
STAN HENDRICKX
The Late Predynastic cemetery at Elkab (Upper Egypt)
DIRK HUYGE
Rock drawings at the mouth of Wadi Hellal, Elkab (Upper Egypt)
MICHAEL A. HOFFMAN
Predynastic cultural ecology and patterns of settlement
in Upper Egypt as viewed from Hierakonpolis
BOLESŁAW GINTER and JANUSZ K. KOZŁOWSKI
The Tarifian and the origin of the Naqadian
BÉATRIX MIDANT-REYNES
La taille des couteaux de silex du type Gebel-el-Arak et la dénomination du silex en égyptien
DIETRICH WILDUNG
Terminal prehistory of the Nile Delta: theses
III. Egyptian Varia
FLORENCE BRAUNSTEIN-SILVESTRE
Quand le cheval arrive-t-il en Égypte?
PRENTISS S. de JESUS
Comments on the development of pyrotechnology in early societies
ALESSANDRA NIBBI
Some Early Dynastic clues relating to the environment of Ancient Egypt
IV. Late Palaeolithic, "Early Khartoum" and the Neotithic of the Sudan
EUGEN STROUHAL
Craniometric analysis of the Late Palaeolithic population of the Wadi Halfa region (Lower Nubia)
JEAN LECLANT
Les gravures rupestres du Gebel Gorgod (Nubie)
ISABELLA CANEVA and ANNALISA ZARATTINI
Saggai: a settlement of hunter-fishers north of Khartoum
A. TIGANI EL MAHI
An interpretation of the faunal remains from El Zakiab site (Central Sudan)
LECH KRZYŻANIAK
The Neolithic habitation at Kadero (Central Sudan)
ACHILLES GAUTIER
The fauna of the Neolithic site of Kadero (Centrat Sudan)
MELANIA KLICHOWSKA
Plants of the Neolithic Kadero (Central Sudan): a palaeoethnobotanical study of the plant impressions on pottery
ELŻBIETA PROMIŃSKA
The demography of the populations from Kadero (Central Sudan)
TADEUSZ DZIERŻYKRAY-ROGALSKI
Remarks on the position of human remains in the Neolithic graves at Kadero (Central Sudan)
MAREK CHŁODNICKI
Pottery from the Neolithic settlement at Kadero (Central Sudan)
JACEK NOWAKOWSKI
The typology of lithic implements from the Neolithic settlement at Kadero (Central Sudan)
ISABELLA CANEVA
Early Neolithic settlement and later cemetery at Geili (Central Sudan)
FRANCIS GEUS
Excavations at El Kadada and the Neolithic of the Central Sudan
V. The Terminal Palaeolithic and Neolithic of the Sahara and the Maghreb
ROMUALD SCHILD and FRED WENDORF
The earliest, Holocene production of cereals in the Egyptian Sahara
BURCHARD BRENTJES
Agriculture, domestication and the rock-art
BALDUR GABRIEL
Great plains and mountain areas as habitats for the Neolithic man in the Sahara
BARBARA E. BARICH
The Epipalaeolithic-ceramic groups of Libyan Sahara: notes for an economic model of the cultural development in the West-Central Sahara
BARBARA E. BARICH, GIORGIO BELLUOMINl, FRANCESCOPAOLO BONADONNA, MARISA AI.ESSIO and LUIGIA MANFRA
Ecological and cultural relevance of the recent new radiocarbon dates from Libyan Sahara
GINETTE AUMASSIP
Modes de vie néolithique dans le Sahara Oriental Algerien
MARK A. W. MILBURN
Some enigmatic stone artifacts of the Eastern Sahara: "rondins de pierre"
COLETTE ROUBET et PATRICK L. CART'ER
La domestication au Maghreb: état de la question
DAVID LUBELL
The Capsian palaeoeconomy in the Maghreb
VI. The Neolithic of the East Africa
DIANE P. GIFFORD-GONZÁLEZ and JOHN KIMENGICH
Faunal evidence for early stock-keeping in the Central Rift of Kenya: preliminary findings
JOHN R. F. BOWER
Subsistence-settlement systems of the Pastoral Neolithic in East Africa
CHARLES M. NELSON and JOHN KIMENGICH
Early phases of pastoral adaptation in the Central Highlands of Kenya
DAVID W. PHILLIPSON
Aspects of early food production in Northern Kenya
Epilogue (by J. DESMOND CLARK)
Resolution adopted by the participants in the Symposium

 

 

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