Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 5: C-Group, Pan Grave, and Kerma Remains at Adindan Cemeteries T, K, U, and J.
B. B. Williams.
Although C-Group sites in the area had been thought to be poor or plundered, Cemeteries T, K, and U yielded large amounts of undisturbed material that provided a valuable opportunity to check the chronology of C-Group by plotting the occurrence of various objects and practices in the cemetery. Some objects, for example, sandals, provide new evidence for the development of crafts in Nubia. The depictions of cattle on two incised bowls are the finest of their kind and offer valuable insight in the relationship of C-Group people and their cattle, a special relationship that is widespread in Sudan.
- Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition 5
- Chicago: The Oriental Institute: 1983
- ISBN 0-918986-33-8
- Pp. xxvi + 235, 48 figures, 131 plates, 50 tables
- Clothbound 9 x 11.75 in / 23 x 30 cm