Sahara Journal, June 2006

The contents page of Sahara Journal, Volume 17 (published June 2006) includes a number of articles relevant to Northeast African rock art studies. The abstracts are available on the site, but the full articles are available only in print.  Have a look at the above page for all the articles, but I’ve isolated the Egyptian ones here.

John A. Seeger, Steven E. Sidebotham, James A. Harrell and Michel Pons
A brief Archaeological Survey of the Aqiq region (Red Sea Coast), Sudan

Ashten R. Warfe
Reconsidering the argument for an early Holocene pottery tradition in Dakhleh Oasis, central Western Desert, Egypt

James A. Harrell and Mohamed I. Madbouly
An ancient quarry for siliceous sandstone at Wadi Abu Aggag (Egypt)

Tony Judd
Problem petroglyphs of the Eastern Desert of Egypt: Are they wild asses?

András Zboray
A shelter with paintings of the «Uweinat roundhead» style in upper Karkur Talh (Jebel Uweinat)

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