Egypt at Its Origins: Studies in Memory of Barbara Adams : Proceedings of the International Conference "Origin of the State, Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt," Krakow, 28 August - 1st September 2002

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Stan Hendrickx, Barbara Adams
Peeters Publishers, 2004 - History - 1142 pages
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This volume, published in memory of Barbara Adams, presents 57 contributions by authors from 16 different countries and contains the results of the latest research on Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt. In addition to papers originally presented at the 2002 conference in Krakow, there are the invited contributions by the friends and colleagues of Barbara Adams, including several on new discoveries from and thoughts about the site of Hierakonpolis.
 

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Nicola Harrington Human Representation in the Predynastic
25
Helena F Jaeschke The HK6 Statue Fragments
45
Wim Van Neer Veerle Linseele and Renee F Friedman Animal
67
Renee F Friedman Elephants at Hierakonpolis
131
Jaeschke A Case for Reconstructing Pottery in the Field
169
Thomas Hikade Urban Development at Hierakonpolis and the Stone
181
Fathy Abu Zeid The Predynastic Cemetery of elAdwa
199
Laurent Bavay Dina Falttngs Luc Andre and Thierry De Putter
607
Stijn Bielen The Funerary Objects from the Early Dynastic Royal
621
Janine Bourriau Alfredo Bellido Nick Bryan and Vincent
637
Nathalie Buchez The Study of a Group of Ceramics at the End
665
Marcelo Campagno In the Beginning was the War Conflict
689
EvaMaria Engel The Domain of Semerkhet
705
Diane Victoria Flores Funerary Sacrifice of Animals in
731
Gwenola Graff Les peintures sur vases Nagada I Nagada II
765

Vermeersch Wim Van Neer and Stan Hendrickx
213
Rene T J Cappers Thijs Van Thuyne and Laila Sikking Plant
277
E Christiana Kohler On the Origins of Memphis The
295
Jane Smythe The Pottery from Operation 3 I Tomb 1 at Helwan
317
Ulrich Hartung Rescue Excavations in the Predynastic Settlement
337
Marek Chlodnickl Tell elFarkha and Explorations of the Central
357
Cialowicz Tell elFarkha 20012002 Excavations
371
Tomasz Herbich Magnetic Survey at Tell elFarkha or How
389
Renata Ablamowicz Joanna Debowska and Mariusz Jucha
399
Agnieszka Maczynska Pottery Tradition at Tell elFarkha
421
Maciej Jordeczka Stone Implements from Tell elFarkha
443
Beatrix MidantReynes Francois Briois Nathalie Buchez Morgan
465
van den Brink and Ram Gophna Protodynastic
487
Eliot Braun Egypt and the Southern Levant in the Late 4th Mil
507
Studies
516
Alain Anselin Problemes de lecture et decriture Les noms
547
Masahiro Baba and Masanori Saito Experimental Studies on
575
Tine Bach First Dynasty Jewellery and Amulets Finds from
591
The Fear of Nothing
779
Stan Hendrickx and David Depraetere A Theriomorphic Pre
801
David Jeffreys Hierakonpolis and Memphis in Predynastic
837
Karla Kroeper Minshat Abu Omar Aspects of the Analysis
881
Diana Craig Patch Settlement Patterns and Cultural Change
905
Maciej Pawlikowskl Reasons for the Predynastic Early Dynastic
919
Ilona Regulski Second Dynasty Ink Inscriptions from Saqqara
949
Long Distance
971
Rowland The Application of Mortuary Data to the Prob
991
Analysis of First Dynasty
1009
Izumi H Takamiya Development of Specialisation in the Nile
1027
Angela P Thomas Some Comments on the Predynastic Cemetery
1041
Joris van Wetering The Royal Cemetery of the Early Dynastic
1055
David Wengrow and John Baines Images Human Bodies
1081
Helen Whitehouse Further Excavation amongst the Hierakonpolis
1115
Early Developments
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