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The prehistory of the nile valley.
  • F. Wendorf
  • Geography, Medicine
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  • 29 November 1968
Saharan exploitation of plants 8,000 years BP
SORGHUM and millets are among the world's most important food crops and, for the inhabitants of the semi-arid tropics, they are the main sources of protein and energy. Little is known about theExpand
Holocene Settlement of the Egyptian Sahara
by Fred Wendorf and Romuald Schild The Eastern Sahara is a fascinating place to study structures. These larger, more complex sites are almost prehistory. Confronted with the stark reality of aExpand
Nabta Playa and Its Role in Northeastern African Prehistory
Abstract Nabta Playa basin offers an unprecedented longitudinal view on the emergence, consolidation and complexification on human–livestock relationships, from the early stage of the Early HoloceneExpand
Egypt During the Last Interglacial: The Middle Paleolithic Of Bir Tarfawi And Bir Sahara East
Stratigraphy, Paleoenvironment, and Chronology: Contribution to the Stratigraphy of the Bir Tarfawi-Bir Sahara Area B. Issawi. Middle Paleolithic Lakes in the Southwestern Desert of Egypt R. Schild,Expand