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Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology



Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology & the Ancient World
Brown University
Box 1837 / 60 George Street
Providence, RI 02912
Telephone: (401) 863-3188
Fax: (401) 863-9423

The syllabus as of 22 January 2012 - it is going to change! But the basic format of the class and the assessment will remain the same, so it's good on those fronts. Document IconNubia syllabus.docx

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Week 9: Napatan to Early Meroitic Kingdom: state organization, economy and ecology

Edwards, D. N. 2004. The Nubian Past. Pp. 112-181

Welsby 1996, Chapters 2-3, pp. 19-71, Chap. 7, Pp. 153-176 KATHRYN

Heidorn, Lisa 1991. The Saite and Persian Period Forts at Dorginarti, in Egypt and Africa (W. V. Davies ed.). London: British Museum Press: Pp. 205-219 LAUREL

Adams, William Y. 1981. “Ecology and Economy in the Empire of Kush”, Zeitschrift fur Aegyptische Sprache und Alterumskunde 108: 1-11 JULIA

Török, Laszlo 1984. “Economy and Empire in Kush: A Review of the Written Evidence”, Zeitschrift fur Aegyptische Sprache und Alterumskunde 111: 45-69 BEN

Trigger, Bruce 1969. “The Myth of Meroe and the African Iron Age”, African Historical Studies 2(1): 23-50 TIM

Edwards, David N. 1998. “Meroe and the Sudanic Kingdoms”, Journal of African History 39: 175-193 for kicks

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