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The Uronarti Regional Archaeological Project: Second Cataract fortresses and the Western Desert of Sudan

  • Evan I. Levine (a1), Miriam A.W. Rothenberg (a1), Oren Siegel (a2), Christian Knoblauch (a3), Laurel Bestock (a1) and Lutz Klein (a1)...

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The Batn el-Hagar in Sudan has traditionally been characterised as sparsely occupied during the Middle Kingdom Period, with most activity limited to the Egyptian fortresses along the Second Cataract. A new survey programme undertaken by the Uronarti Regional Archaeological Project offers evidence for a more richly occupied landscape.

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The Uronarti Regional Archaeological Project: Second Cataract fortresses and the Western Desert of Sudan

  • Evan I. Levine (a1), Miriam A.W. Rothenberg (a1), Oren Siegel (a2), Christian Knoblauch (a3), Laurel Bestock (a1) and Lutz Klein (a1)...

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