Location of Repository

Language, Settlement & Long-term History in Upper Nubia. The Mahas Archaeological Survey, 2002, A Preliminary Report.

By Ali Osman and David N. Edwards

Abstract

This is an unpublished report. More information about the Mahas project is available at www.oldnubia.co

Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:lra.le.ac.uk:2381/509

Suggested articles

Preview

Citations

  1. (1983). C-Group, Pan-Grave and Kerma remains at Adindan Cemeteries doi
  2. (1994). Castle-Houses of Late Medieval Nubia.
  3. Journal of a Visit to some parts of Ethiopia.
  4. (1997). Kerma: L’agglomération pré-Kerma. Genava XLV:
  5. (1988). La céramique de l’établissement pré-Kerma. Genava XXXVI:
  6. (1980). La prospection archéologique de la vallée du Nil au sud de la doi
  7. (1977). La prospection archéologique de la vallée du Nil, au sud de la Cataracte de Dal. doi
  8. (1992). Mahas Survey Reports 1. (The Mahas Survey
  9. (1994). Mahas Survey Reports 2. (The Mahas Survey
  10. (1972). Neolithic and A-Group Sites (The Scandinavian Joint Expedition to Sudanese Nubia 3:1) Scandinavian
  11. (1977). Nubia: Corridor to Africa. London: Allen Lane. doi
  12. (1996). Qasr Ibrim. The Hinterland Survey. London: Egypt Exploration Society. doi
  13. (1995). Saï 1993-1995. Archéologie du
  14. (2000). The Archaeology and History of the Ottoman Frontier in the Middle Nile Valley 910-1233AH/1504-1820AD.
  15. (1991). The Development of Nomadism in Ancient Northeast Africa. doi
  16. (1996). The Northern Dongola Reach Survey: the 1995/6 season.
  17. (1994). The SARS Northern Dongola Reach Survey; the pottery and stone objects.
  18. Travels in Nubia. doi

To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.