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Late Pleistocene Vertebrates From Archaeological Sites in the Plain of Kom Ombo, Upper Egypt.

Royal Ontario Museum. Life Sciences Division.

Late Pleistocene Vertebrates From Archaeological Sites in the Plain of Kom Ombo, Upper Egypt.

by Royal Ontario Museum. Life Sciences Division.

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SeriesRoyal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Contribution -- 82
ContributionsChurcher, C.S.
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Open LibraryOL21803552M

  Some recent records of the Nile Soft-Shelled Turtle, Trionyx triunguis, from Egypt. Zoology in the Middle East 6, Heidelberg. Baran, I. & Kasparek, M. ().   Late Pleistocene vertebrates from archaeological sites in the plain of Kom Ombo, Upper Egypt. Life Sciences Contribut Royal Ontario Museum. Churcher, C. S. Cited by:

Late Pleistocene Vertebrates From Archaeo-logical Sites in the Plain of Kom Ombo, Upper Egypt. By C. S. CHURCHER. "Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Contribu-tions," no. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum, pp. $ Interest in the native fauna and flora of ancient Egypt goes back to the early work of Georg Schweinfurth, Ludwig.   It is a miracle that Egypt's Late Palaeolithic rock art has survived for at least years - and especially for the last 50 years of intensive modern development in the country. At Qurta by Kom Ombo, for example, the most well-known site of such rock art, widespread quarrying from the s amazingly did not.

Vol. 34, No. 2, Apr., Published by: The University of Chicago Press. Late Pleistocene Vertebrates from Archaeological Sites in the Plain of Kom Ombo, Upper Egypt by C. S. Churcher.   The Egyptian landscape in the Late Pleistocene/early Holocene was very different; during the African Humid Period (AHP) (14,–5, y B.P.), the region had a cooler, wetter climate driven by heavy monsoonal rains. These factors contributed to a diverse assemblage of mammals that bears a strong resemblance to communities in East Africa by:


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Mus. 82, pp. Churcher, ‘Animal remains from archaeological sites of terminal Paleolithic to Old Kingdom Age in the Fayum’.Cited by: The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. The vertebrates described in this publica- tion were collected by the Canadian Prehis- toric Expedition to Egypt in in the Kom Ombo Plain, Upper Egypt and com- prise forty taxa.

These remains were asso- ciated with archaeological sites within the approximate range of 15, to 10, by: 1. Late Pleistocene vertebrates from archaeological sites in the Plain of Kom Ombo, Upper Egypt (Royal Ontario Museum.

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Kom Ombo is located about 45 km north of Aswan and km south of Luxor. The plain of Kom Ombo extends over square kilometers to the east of the Nile which widens in this area and the river winds to the west. The basin created by this is filled with late Pleistocene river sediments.

Late pleistocene vertebrates from archaeological sites in the plain of Kom Ombo, Upper Egypt, Life Science Contributions of the Royal Ontario Museum of Geology Clutton-Brock, J.

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Late Pleistocene Vertebrates from Archaeological sites in the Kom Ombo Plain, Upper Egypt. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. CLUTTON-BROCK, J. The primary food animals of the Jericho Tell from the Proto-Neolithic to the Byzantine period Levant 3: Cited by: