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Bibliographie de la préhistoire et de la protohistoire de l’Égypte et du Nord du SoudanBibliography of the Prehistory and the Early Dynastic period of Egypt and northern Sudan

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[16171] 2018 Sotheby's London
An Egyptian porphyritic diorite jar. An Egyptian black and white porphyritic diorite jar
Ancient sculpture & works of art. London 3 July 2018. Sale L18260 n° 47-48
[16160] 2018 Sandeford, D.S.
Organizational complexity and demographic scale in primary states
Royal Society Open Science 5 171137
[16151] 2018 Reader, C.D.
Saqqara before the step pyramid
Ancient Egypt 18,4 34-40
[16143] 2018 Pierre Bergé & associés
Vase black top. Palette à fard. Vase à décor spirale. Vase à décor ondulé. Vase à motif cordé. Vase "Wavy-handled". Coupe circulaire évasée à fond plat. Deux lames de couteaux. Deux vases de pierre. Grand coupe circulaire. Grand vase. Vase en deux parties. Vase double
Archéologie. Mercredi 16 mai 2018 n° 5-17
[16125] 2018 Ordynat, R.
Egyptian Predynastic anthropomorphic objects. A study of their function and significance in Predynastic burial customs
[16124] 2018 Oliver Forge Brendan Lynch
Limestone twin handled jar. Alabaster jar. Speckled diorite cup. Speckled diorite unfinished twin handled jar. Greywacke offering tray
Ancient art from the van Roozendaal collection n° 37-41
[16117] 2018 Nilsson, M.
From Epipalaeolithic petroglyphs to Roman graffiti: Stylistic variability of anthropomorphs at Gebel el Silsila (Upper Egypt)
What ever happened to the people ? Humans and anthropomorphs in the rock art of northern Africa. International conference Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Brussels, 17-19 September, 2015 445-460
[16116] 2018 Nigro, L.; Montanari, D.; Mura, F.; Yasine, J.; Rinaldi, T.
A hoard of Nilotic nacreous shells from Egypt to Jericho (Early Bronze II, 3000-2800 BCE): Their finding, content and historical archaeological implications
PEQ 150,2 110-125
[16115] 2018 Nicoll, K.A.
A revised chronology for Pleistocene paleolakes and Middle Stone Age - Middle Paleolithic cultural activity at Bîr Tirfawi - Bîr Sahara in the Egyptian Sahara
Quaternary International 463, Part A 18-28
[16110] 2018 Müller, W.; De Dapper, M.
The urban landscape of Aswan (Egypt) since the Predynastic period: A geoarchaeological approach
Landscape archaeology. Egypt and the Mediterranean World. BdE 169 19-42
[16109] 2018 Müller, V.
Gedanken zur Beigabe von (Modell)Speichern in Grabkontexten der ägyptischen Frühzeit
Pérégrinations avec Erhart Graefe. Festschrift zu seinem 75. Geburtstag. Ägypten und Altes Testament 87 405-419
[16089] 2018 Maydana, S.F.
Los animales-símbolos en el Egipto Predinástico y su interpretacion
Estudios Interdisciplinarios de Historia Antiqua V 136-144
[16069] 2018 Linseele, V.; Zerboni, A.
Done with fish ? A diachronic study of fishing in the Holocene Nile basin of Sudan
Quaternary International 471 229-240
[16068] 2018 Lankester, F.
The Predynastic 'dancing' figures
What ever happened to the people ? Humans and anthropomorphs in the rock art of northern Africa. International conference Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Brussels, 17-19 September, 2015 509-520
[16057] 2018 Krauss, R.
Die Narmer-Palette und die Amarna-Stele Berlin 20716 als Flachbilder im Fingerbreiten-Mass
Pérégrinations avec Erhart Graefe. Festschrift zu seinem 75. Geburtstag. Ägypten und Altes Testament 87 285-296
[16045] 2018 Kelany, A.
Human figures in the Aswan rock art. Recent survey along the east bank of Aswan city (Egypt)
What ever happened to the people ? Humans and anthropomorphs in the rock art of northern Africa. International conference Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Brussels, 17-19 September, 2015 181-192
[16037] 2018 Judd, A.
Rock art anthropomorphs in Egypt
What ever happened to the people ? Humans and anthropomorphs in the rock art of northern Africa. International conference Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Brussels, 17-19 September, 2015 491-508
[16028] 2018 Ikram, S.
Fat ladies, thin men, blobby people, and body parts: An exploration of human representations in the rock art of the north Kharga basin
What ever happened to the people ? Humans and anthropomorphs in the rock art of northern Africa. International conference Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Brussels, 17-19 September, 2015 359-370
[16027] 2018 Huyge, D.
Postscript
What ever happened to the people ? Humans and anthropomorphs in the rock art of northern Africa. International conference Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Brussels, 17-19 September, 2015 509-520
[16026] 2018 Huyge, D.
The 'headless women" of Qurta (Upper Egypt): The earliest anthropomorphic images in northern-African rock art
What ever happened to the people ? Humans and anthropomorphs in the rock art of northern Africa. International conference Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Brussels, 17-19 September, 2015 419-430
[16009] 2018 Holdaway, S.; Phillipps, R.; Emmitt, J.J.; Linseele, V.; Wendrich, W.
The desert Fayum in the twenty-first century
Antiquity 92,361 233-238
[16005] 2018 Hendrickx, S.; Droux, X.; Eyckerman, M.
Predynastic human representations: Two sides of a story
What ever happened to the people ? Humans and anthropomorphs in the rock art of northern Africa. International conference Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Brussels, 17-19 September, 2015 431-443
[15996] 2018 Hassaan, G.A.
Mechanical engineering in ancient Egypt, part 63: Palettes industry
World Journal of Engineering, Research and Technology 4,2 168-194
[15986] 2018 Harmakhis
Bowl
Civilisations 3 8-9
[15978] 2018 Graff, G.; Bailly, M.; Kelany, A.
Figures d'hommes dans le wadi Abu Subeira (Assouan, Egypte): le proche désert investi
What ever happened to the people ? Humans and anthropomorphs in the rock art of northern Africa. International conference Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Brussels, 17-19 September, 2015 461-474