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Paleolithic period -- Egypt -- Kubbaniya, Wadi., Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Kubbaniya, Wadi., Paleoecology -- Egypt -- Kubbaniya, Wadi., Kubbaniya, Wadi (Egypt) -- Antiquities., Egypt -- Antiqui


Kubbaniya, Wadi (Egypt), Egypt, Kubbaniya,

Statementseries assembled by Fred Wendorf and Romuald Schild ; edited by Angela E. Close.
ContributionsSchild, Romuald., Close, Angela E.
LC ClassificationsGN772.42.E3 W46 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2709336M
ISBN 100870742167, 0870742906
LC Control Number86001964

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Inmembers of the Combined Prehistoric Expedition Foundation and the Aswan-Kom Ombo Archaeological Project (CPEF/AKAP) undertook investigations at site WK26 in Wadi Kubbaniya, Egypt. The site consists of a lithic scatter on the west side of the wadi, across from the Late Palaeolithic dune field explored by the Combined Prehistoric.

Archeology: The Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya, Volume 1: The Wadi Kubbaniya Skeleton—A Late Paleolithic Burial from Southern Egypt.

Fred Wendorf and Romuald Schild. Erik Trinkaus. University of New Mexico. Search for more papers by this author.

Erik Trinkaus. University of. Wadi Kubbaniya and Middle Palaeolithic occupation at Subeira. Wendorf, F., and R. Schild (eds), The Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press.

The Late Palaeolithic rock art at Qurta, and. In Wadi Kubbaniya, a dried-up streambed cutting through the Western Desert to the floodplain northwest of Aswan in Upper Egypt, some interesting sites of the kind described above have been recorded.

A cluster of Late Paleolithic camps was located in two different topographic zones: on the tops of dunes and the floor of the wadi (streambed. The Wadi Kubbaniya skeleton: a Late Paleolithic burial from southern Egypt Volume 1 of The Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya, Fred Wendorf Volume 1 of Wadi Kubbaniya Skeleton: Authors: Fred Wendorf, Romuald Schild: Editor: Angela E.

Close: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Southern Methodist University Press, Original from: the University of. Publication date Series The Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya ; v. 1 ISBN Several sites between Wadi Kubbaniya and the plains contained assemblages also of Esnan industrial production.

The Esnan industry also known as Mesnian, employs a non-levallois technique, productions composed largely of end-scrapers, though also including a much smaller number of arch-backed bladelets and trapezoid.

More editions of Advances in World Archaeology, Vol. 3, Advances in World Archaeology, Vol. 3, ISBN (). In book: Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya, Volume 1, The Wadi Kubbaniya Skeleton, Chapter: Description of Some Upper Pleistocene Sediments from Wadi Kubbaniya, Egypt, Publisher: Southern Methodist.

This book covers the prehistory of the Nile Valley from Nubia to the Mediterranean, during the period from the earliest hominid settlement, arounsBC, to.

WK26 is a Late Paleolithic occupation consisting of a sparse lithic scatter, hearths, postholes, storage features, a possible living floor, and faunal remains in which fish predominate.

The site lies on the west side of Wadi Kubbaniya, north of Aswan, Egypt, and opposite the Late Paleolithic dune field the Combined Prehistoric Expedition investigated in the late s and early : Kimball Banks, J. Signe Snortland, Linda Scott Cummings, Donatella Usai, Maria Gatto.

Gordon Hillman (20 July – 1 July ) was a British archaeobotanist and academic at the UCL Institute of has been described as "a pivotal figure in the development of archaeobotany at the Institute of Archaeology at University College London, [who] through his research, publications and teaching had a major influence on the field worldwide."Fields: Archaeobotany.

The Pleistocene to Holocene Transition and Human Economy in Southwest Asia: The Impact of the Younger Dryas - Volume 57 Issue 3 - A. Moore, G. HillmanCited by:   Induring test excavations at a group of Late Palaeolithic sites in Wadi Kubbaniya, near Aswan, Egypt, several grains of barley and one grain of einkorn were found, seemingly firmly associated with a buried hearth (E) (Wendorf et al.

; ). Because of the potential significance of this discovery, a major effort was made in The Dana-Faynan-Ghuwayr Early Prehistory Project (DFGEP) is an integral part of the Wadi Faynan project, a research project established by the British Institute at Amman for Archaeology and History (now the Council for British Research in the Levant) under the patronage of HRH Princess Sumaya Bint el-Hassan and with the cooperation and support of the Department of.

Baker, Polydora, and Achilles Gautier (). “Site E71K12 and the Late Paleolithic Annual Round Along the Nile in Upper Egypt.” In A Late Paleolithic Kill-Butchery-Camp in Upper Egypt, ed. Wendorf, R. Schild, P.

Baker, A. Gautier, L. Longo, and A. and Warsaw: Department of Anthropology, Institute for the Study of Earth and Man, Southern Methodist Author: Fred Wendorf.

The habitation sites in Wadi Kubbaniya are the highlights of the Late Palaeolithic period.

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Kubbaniya was an ideal place for habitation at these times, as the Nile flowed 15 m higher than today and a sanddune blocked the mouth of the wadi, implying that. Hillman, G. () Late Palaeolithic plant foods from Wadi Kubbaniya in Upper Egypt: dietary diversity, infant weaning, and seasonality in a riverine environment.

In D. Harris and G. Hillman (ed.) Foraging and farming: the evolution of plant exploitation, The Wadi Kubbaniya Skeleton: A Late Paleolithic Burial from Southern Egypt (Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya) Fred Wendorf; Romuald Schild; Editor-Angela E.

Close Published by Southern Methodist University Press (). New radiocarbon dates and Late Palaeolithic diet at Wadi Kubbaniya, Egypt by WENDORF Fred, SCHILD Romuald, CLOSE Angela E. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Angela E.

Close is the author of Egypt During the Last Interglacial ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Prehistory of Arid North Afri. In Egypt, millennia before the advent of powerful dynasties and wealth-laden tombs, early settlements are known from modest scatters of stone tools and animal bones at such sites as Wadi Kubbaniya.

In western Asia after 8, B.C., the earliest known writing, monumental art, cities, and complex social systems emerged. Fred Wendorf, Henderson-Morrison Professor of Prehistory Emeritus, Southern Methodist University (SMU), grew up in Terrell, Texas, was wounded as a lieutenant serving in Italy during World War II, received his Ph.D.

from Harvard University inand spent more than sixty years as a field archaeologist in this country and in Africa. Ballmann, P,Report on the Avian Remains from Sites in Egyptian Nubia, Upper Egypt, and the Fayum, in: Loaves and Fishes: The Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya (F Wendorf and R.

Schild, assemblers, and A. Close, ed.), Department of Anthropology, Institute for the Study of Earth and Man, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, pp. Google ScholarCited by: 4. The Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya by Angela E. Close; Late Paleolithic Archaeology. The Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya by Angela E.

Close (pp. ) Review by: Richard Redding. The Prehistoric Infants of Wadi Kubbaniya – Making Young Lives Visible July 8, Eleanor Scott I’m very pleased to have written a .People, Water, and Grain: The Beginnings of Domestication in the Sahara and the Nile Valley.

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