Edwin van den C. M. Brink et al.
The Nile Delta as a centre of cultural interactions between Upper Egypt and the Southern Levant in the 4th millennium BC
Proceedings of the conference held in the Poznan Archaeological Museum, Poznań , Poland , 21-22 June 2013
Agnieszka Mączyńska (Ed.)Studies in African Archaeology
Bartosz Adamski, Karolina Rosińska-Balik
Brewing technology in Early Egypt.
Invention of Upper or Lower Egyptians?
Reflections on the context of a late Dynasty 0 Egyptian colony in the Southern Levant
Interpreting some evidence of Nilotic material culture at select sites in the Southern Levant (ca. 3150 BCE - ca. 2950 BCE)
The changes in spatial organisation of the settlement - from the Predynastic to the Early Dynastic periods
Wouter Claes, Stan Hendrickx, Anne Devillers, Elizabeth Hart, Karin Kindermann, Morgan De Dapper, Salima Ikram, Geertrui Storms, Carla Swerts, Dirk Huyge
From the early Old Kingdom to the Badarian
Preliminary report on the 2012 excavation campaign in the settlement area of Elkab
The picture of Naqadan-Lower Egyptian transition reconstructed on the basis of sepulchral data
Eva Christina Köhler
Of Pots and Myths – attempting a comparative study of funerary pottery assemblages in the Egyptian Nile Valley during the late 4th millenium BC
Thilo Rehren, Ernst Pernicka
First data on the nature and origin of the metalwork from Tell el-Farkha
Lithic systems of the 4th millenium BC
A brief comparison between the industries of Egypt and the Southern Levant