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Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale 104
2004 IFAO
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Jean Clédat et le site de Béda: données nouvelles sur une découverte protodynastique dans le Sinaï septentrional.

In 1910 during agricultural work east of the Suez Canal and some 50 km north-east of modern Ismailiya, Beda pots dating to the Early Dynastic Period were discovered. A study of Jean Clédat’s notes now preserved in the Louvre museum makes a new report on the finds possible. Considering the research carried out by Jean Clédat in the Suez area at the beginning of the XXth century, substantial information has been obtained on the location and the archaeological context of this exceptional discovery. This paper concerning the Beda pots and their incised serekhs constitutes a new contribution to our understanding of the Nile Delta region and its role in the contacts between Egypt and the Levant during the Early Dynastic period.

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