Table of contents for The archaeology of early Egypt : social transformations in North-East Africa, 10, 000 to 2, 650 BC / David Wengrow.
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Introduction: the idea of prehistory in the Middle East and North East Africa; Part I. Transformations in Prehistory: 1. Egypt and the outside world I, c.10,000-3300 BC; 2. Neolithic economy and society; 3. Domestication and embodiment in the Nile valley; 4. The urbanisation of the dead: Naqada I-II; 5. Image, ritual and the construction of identity in late prehistory; Part II. The Making of Kingship: 6. Opening considerations: la me;moire monarchique; 7. Egypt and the outside world II, c.3300-2500 BC; 8. The evolution of simplicity: Naqada III; 9. Extraordinary bodies and binding truths: early writing in context; 10. Theatres of sacrifice: dynastic constructions of death; Conclusion: subterranean histories of power.
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Egypt -- Antiquities.
Egypt -- Civilization -- To 332 B.C.