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An Archaeological Investigation of the Central Sinai, Egypt

An Archaeological Investigation of the Central Sinai, Egypt

An Archaeological Investigation of the Central Sinai, Egypt

Frank W. Eddy, Fred Wendorf, et al.
1999. The American Research Center in Egypt and the University Press of Colorado
xxi + 340 pp. 185 line drawings and b/w photographs. 28.5 cm
Cloth ISBN 0 80781 537 7
Through funding provided by the United Agency for International Development under ARCE's Egyptian Antiquities Project, a diverse group of specialists in prehistoric archaeology surveyed and recorded more than seventy-five archaeological sites in the Wadi Girafi Basin. The results of this survey have provided important insights into human habitation and settlement patterns during Egypt's early history. The work surveys a diversity of site types—camps, cemeteries, tombs, tumuli, rock shelters, round houses, square enclosures, compounds, and game traps—ranging from the Middle Palaeolithic through the Bronze Age.
  • Frank W. Eddy is professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
  • Fred Wendorf is the Henderson-Morrison Professor of Anthropology at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas.

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