The picture of Naqadan-Lower Egyptian transition reconstructed on the basis of sepulchral data

2014
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conference proceedings
dc.abstract.enThe issue of the Naqadan-Lower Egyptian transition is widely discussed by various specialists. The most recent research, like excavations at Tell el-Farkha and Kom el-Khilgan, or reevaluation of older thoroughly published and well known works (e.g. Minshat Abu Omar) throw new light on the case. According to our present knowledge earlier theories, which attempted to explain this interesting change in Egyptian history as a result of a conquest, failed. Actually proposed theories – depending on the point of view, that is usually the site from which the situation is interpreted – are more North or South oriented. The most convincing seem to be those accenting assimilation (Buchez & Midant-Reynes 2011) and integration (Mączyńska 2011), which point to the fact that the contact of North-expanding Naqadans and resident Lower Egyptians brought to creation of a new cultural value. Many of these disagreements come from overestimation of the leading Naqadan role and, at the same time, underestimation of the Lower Egyptian cultural unit complexity (see also Köhler 2008; in press; Mączyńska in press c). The issue is discussed on the basis of Northern Egyptian mortuary data.pl
dc.affiliationWydział Historyczny : Instytut Archeologiipl
dc.conferenceThe Nile Delta as a centre of cultural interactions between Upper Egypt and the Southern Levant in 4th millennium BCpl
dc.conference.cityPoznań
dc.conference.countryPolska
dc.conference.datefinish2013-06-22
dc.conference.datestart2013-06-21
dc.contributor.authorDębowska-Ludwin, Joanna - 160074 pl
dc.contributor.editorMączyńska, Agnieszkapl
dc.date.accession2015-02-11pl
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dc.description.seriesStudies in African Archaeology (Poznań)
dc.description.seriesnumbervol. 13
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dc.identifier.isbn978-83-60109-35-9pl
dc.identifier.seriesissn0866-9244
dc.identifier.urihttp://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/3085
dc.identifier.weblinkhttp://www.muzarp.poznan.pl/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/The-Nile-Delta-_25mar_2014_mala.pdf?page#105pl
dc.languageengpl
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dc.pubinfoPoznań : Poznań Archaeological Museumpl
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The issue of the Naqadan-Lower Egyptian transition is widely discussed by various specialists. The most recent research, like excavations at Tell el-Farkha and Kom el-Khilgan, or reevaluation of older thoroughly published and well known works (e.g. Minshat Abu Omar) throw new light on the case. According to our present knowledge earlier theories, which attempted to explain this interesting change in Egyptian history as a result of a conquest, failed. Actually proposed theories – depending on the point of view, that is usually the site from which the situation is interpreted – are more North or South oriented. The most convincing seem to be those accenting assimilation (Buchez & Midant-Reynes 2011) and integration (Mączyńska 2011), which point to the fact that the contact of North-expanding Naqadans and resident Lower Egyptians brought to creation of a new cultural value. Many of these disagreements come from overestimation of the leading Naqadan role and, at the same time, underestimation of the Lower Egyptian cultural unit complexity (see also Köhler 2008; in press; Mączyńska in press c). The issue is discussed on the basis of Northern Egyptian mortuary data.
dc.affiliationpl
Wydział Historyczny : Instytut Archeologii
dc.conferencepl
The Nile Delta as a centre of cultural interactions between Upper Egypt and the Southern Levant in 4th millennium BC
dc.conference.city
Poznań
dc.conference.country
Polska
dc.conference.datefinish
2013-06-22
dc.conference.datestart
2013-06-21
dc.contributor.authorpl
Dębowska-Ludwin, Joanna - 160074
dc.contributor.editorpl
Mączyńska, Agnieszka
dc.date.accessionpl
2015-02-11
dc.date.accessioned
2015-02-13T14:20:18Z
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2015-02-13T14:20:18Z
dc.date.issuedpl
2014
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12
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international
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105-117
dc.description.publicationpl
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dc.description.series
Studies in African Archaeology (Poznań)
dc.description.seriesnumber
vol. 13
dc.description.version
ostateczna wersja wydawcy
dc.identifier.isbnpl
978-83-60109-35-9
dc.identifier.seriesissn
0866-9244
dc.identifier.uri
http://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/3085
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http://www.muzarp.poznan.pl/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/The-Nile-Delta-_25mar_2014_mala.pdf?page#105
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eng
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eng
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Poznań : Poznań Archaeological Museum
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The picture of Naqadan-Lower Egyptian transition reconstructed on the basis of sepulchral data
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The Nile Delta as a centre of cultural interactions between Upper Egypt and the Southern Levant in the 4th millennium BC : [proceedings of the conference held in the Poznan Archaeological Museum, Poznań, Poland, 21-22 June 2013]
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