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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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[17547] 2022 Shirai, N.
The local development and Levantine influence seen in the stone tools of the Fayum Neolithic in Egypt
Tracking the Neolithic in the Near East. Lithic perspectives on its origins, development and dispersals. The Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on the PPN Chipped and Ground Stone Industries of the Near East, Tokyo, 12th–16th November 2020 371-385
[17488] 2022 Oron, M.
The flint assemblage from Ashqelon Afridar, Area N
Atiqot 107 29-33
[17362] 2022 Ktalav, I.
Molluscs from the Early Bronze Age site at Ashqelon Afridar, Area N
Atiqot 107 39-42
[17244] 2022 Golani, A.
Ashqelon Barneʻa. The Early Bronze Age site II: The finds
IAA Reports 70
[17243] 2022 Golani, A.
The Early Bronze Age site of Ashqelon Afridar, Area N
Atiqot 107 1-27
[17203] 2022 Ferretti, E.
The Neolithic Badarian culture of Egypt: A review of social complexity through objects of long-distance exchange
Sixth Australasian Egyptology Conference. June 9-11, 2022. Macquarie University Sydney. Abstracts 16
[17080] 2022 Briois, F.; Midant-Reynes, B. & Tristant, Y.
Go West: New discoveries concerning the PPNB in the eastern desert of Egypt between the Sinai and the Nile valley
Tracking the Neolithic in the Near East. Lithic perspectives on its origins, development and dispersals. The Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on the PPN Chipped and Ground Stone Industries of the Near East, Tokyo, 12th–16th November 2019 357-370
[17558] 2021 Sowada, K.; Ownby, M.; Smythe, J.; Marchand, S. & Tristant, Y.
Early Bronze age exchange patterns between Egypt and the Levant: A view from First Dynasty Abu Rawash
Ägypten und Levante 31 425-450
[17546] 2021 Shirai, N.
The development of cereal cultivation and the evolution of lithic technology in Egypt in the Middle Holocene
Revolutions. The neolithisation of the Mediterranean basin: The transition to food-producing economies in north Africa, southern Europe, and the Levant. Berlin Studies of the Ancient World 68 245-264
[17502] 2021 Paz, Y.; Segal, O.; Gophna, R.; Liphshitz, S. & Cohen-Weinberger, A.
The Early Bronze Age IB burials in the Chalcolithic–Early Bronze Age I cemetery in the Palmaḥim Quarry
Atiqot 103 1-43
[17501] 2021 Paz, Y.; Elad, I. & Cohen-Weinberger, A.
Three Egyptian serekh-like incisions found on one vessel at the Early Bronze age IB city of 'En Esur, Israel
Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 29 52-66
[17412] 2021 Mączyńska, A.
In search of the origins of Lower Egyptian pottery: A new approach to old data
Studies in African Archaeology 16
[17409] 2021 Mączyńska, A.
Lower Egyptian culture - The last 20 years of research
Egypte antérieure. Mélanges de préhistoire et d'archéologie offerts à Béatrix Midant-Reynes par ses étudiants, collègues et amis. OLA 304 561-576
[17361] 2021 Ktalav, I.
Molluscs from the Early Bronze Age I site at Ashqelon, Afridar (Area E-2) 
Atiqot 103 107-110
[17338] 2021 Kindermann, K. & Riemer, H.
From complex hunter-gatherers in the eastern Sahara to the early Nile Neolithic
Revolutions. The neolithisation of the Mediterranean basin: The transition to food-producing economies in north Africa, southern Europe, and the Levant. Berlin Studies of the Ancient World 68 203-230
[17327] 2021 Kazimierczak, M.
Lidded jar from grave no. 40 at Tell el-Murra cemetery
SAAC 25 31-53
[17245] 2021 Golani, A. & Shimson Paran, N.
An Early Bronze Age I site at Ashqelon, Afridar (Area E-2)
Atiqot 103 45-89
[17240] 2021 Goder-Goldberger, M.
The Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition as seen from Far'ah II and Boker Tachtit, Israel: Does it relate to the Nile valley?
Not just a corridor. Human occupation of the Nile valley and neighbouring regions between 75,000 and 15,000 years ago. Natures en sociétés 3 221-237
[17146] 2021 Daizo, M.B.
El delta oriental del Nilo como centro de interacción entre Egipto y el Levante meridional en el V y VI milenio a. C.: Aproximaciones desde las transformaciones y usos del paisaje
II Jornadas de investigacion del Instituto de Historia Antigua Oriental, 19 al 21 de abril de 2021 [15]
[17144] 2021 Czarnowicz, M.
Egypt and the Near East at the end of the 4th millennium BC - Exploitation or cooperation?
Keeping archaeology together. International online conference 24.06.2021. Book of abstracts [17]
[17120] 2021 Chłodnicki, M. & Ciałowicz, K.M.
Tell el-Farkha as a trade centre in the period of Naqada IID2-Naqada IIIB
Egypte antérieure. Mélanges de préhistoire et d'archéologie offerts à Béatrix Midant-Reynes par ses étudiants, collègues et amis. OLA 304 175-188
[17079] 2021 Briois, F.; Midant-Reynes, B. & Tristant, Y.
Nouvelles données sur la présence de PPNB en Egypte: Découvertes récentes dans le Ouadi Araba
Egypte antérieure. Mélanges de préhistoire et d'archéologie offerts à Béatrix Midant-Reynes par ses étudiants, collègues et amis. OLA 304 113-131
[17072] 2021 Braun, E.
"External interaction" in the fourth millennium ancient Near East: Comparing and contrasting Egyptian colonial activity in the southern Levant with the Uruk Expansion
Egypt at its Origins 6. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference "Origin of the State. Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt", Vienna, 10th - 15th September 2017. OLA 303 45-64
[17071] 2021 Braun, E.
Chronological correlations: South Levantine EB1 and Egypt in light of new radiocarbon dates from Arad
Egypte antérieure. Mélanges de préhistoire et d'archéologie offerts à Béatrix Midant-Reynes par ses étudiants, collègues et amis. OLA 304 81-111
[17047] 2021 Barich, B.E.
Rethinking the north African revolution - The multifaceted aspects of a long-lasting revolution
Revolutions. The neolithisation of the Mediterranean basin: The transition to food-producing economies in north Africa, southern Europe, and the Levant. Berlin Studies of the Ancient World 68 19-44