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dunawori

Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

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Figurines of bone and ivory.
Predynastic Naqada I
4000-3600 BC.
British Museum, London, UK

Featured by All Things Egyptian ~ 21st June 2010

Featured by All That’s Archaeology ~ 7th July 2010

Top Ten in All That’s Archaeology challenge It’s All In The Detail challenge ~ 23rd July 2010

Naqada is a term used a lot in Predynastic chronology.
Naqada is a place located on the west bank of the Nile, around 25 km north of Luxor.
Archaeologists began work at Naqada over a century ago
Evidence was found of an early culture that emerged near the start of the early Predynastic (c. 3800 BCE). This culture persisted throughout the predynastic and stretched as far south as Nubia (Hemamein of Naqada I period), and is referred to as Naqadan culture. (egyptvoyager,com)

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