• Engineering
  • Published 2018

mechanical engineering in ancient Egypt, Part 64: Stelae industry (Early Dynastic to Middle Kingdom)

@inproceedings{Hassaan2018mechanicalEI,
  title={mechanical engineering in ancient Egypt, Part 64: Stelae industry (Early Dynastic to Middle Kingdom)},
  author={Galal Ali Hassaan},
  year={2018}
}
The production of stelae in ancient Egypt is investigated as a step in the study of evolution of mechanical engineering in ancient Egypt. Design and application of stelae during the periods from the Early Dynastic to the Middle Kingdom are presented as used by the ancient Egyptians. Material, dimension, shape , inscriptions and present location are outlined for each stele. 

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