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Alexandria's Hinterland: Archaeology of the Western Nile Delta Egypt. By Mohamed Kenawi. Archaeopress, Oxford, 2014. ISBN 978-1-788491-014-3, pp. xii + 241, 333 figures, 36 plates, 10 maps and 5 tables. Price: £48 (paperback).

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1 Selection: Wilson, P., Grigoropoulos, D. The West Delta Regional Survey, Beheira and Kafr el-Sheikh Provinces. 2009. EES Excavation Memoir 86; Wilson, P. 2012. Waterways, Settlements and Shifting Power in the Northwestern Nile Delta. Water History 4.1: 95117; Blue, L. (ed.). 2010. Lake Mareotis: Reconstructing the Past. in Proceedings of the International Conference on the Archaeology 2. Archaeopress, Oxford: 135145; Blue, L., Khalid, E., Trakadas, A. (eds). 2011. A Multidisciplinary Approach to Alexandria's Economic Past. The Lake Mareotis Research Project, Univ. of Southampton Series in Archaeology 3. Archaeopress, Oxford; GEOMAR (ANR-12-SENV-0008-03) and its publications eg: Flaux, C. et al. 2017. Geoarchaeology of Portus Mareoticus: Ancient Alexandria's Lake Harbour (Nile Delta, Egypt). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 13: 669681; Topoi Research Project: a-2-4, the Neolithic in the Nile Delta (available at: http://repository.edition-topoi.org/collection/MRMD – accessed June 2019; Trampier J.R. 2014. Landscape Archaeology of the Western Nile Delta. Wilbour Series in Egypt and Ancient Western Asia no. 2. Regarding the Northwestern Delta, see Schiestl, R. 2012. Field Boundaries and Ancient Settlement Sites: Observations from the Regional Survey around Buto, Western Delta. MDAIK 68: 175190; Ginau, A. et al. 2017. Identification of Historic Landscape Features and Settlement mounds in the Western Nile Delta by Means of Remote Sensing. Time Series Analysis and the Evaluation of Vegetation Characteristics. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 16: 170184.

2 Article published: Kenawi, M., Macaulay-Lewis, E., McKenzie, J. 2012. A Commercial Nursery near Abu Hummus, Egypt, and the Re-use of Amphoras in the Roman Plant Trade. Journal of Roman Archaeology 25: 195225.

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