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د. هند علي محمد محمد
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د. سليمان مصطفى سليمان الرطيل, (6-2019)

Pre-Islamic Oasis Settlements in the Eastern Sahara

This chapter will review the evidence of early oasis development in Western Egypt and Eastern Libya, broadly following the course of the ‘route of the oases’, running west from the Nile to Siwa, then onwards to Awjila and al-Jufra in Libya, where it met the major north-south route from the Mediterranean to Garamantian Fazzan and beyond to Chad.1 The evidence presented for pre-Islamic oasis development is particularly strong in this part of the Sahara; indeed the origins of agriculture at some of the Egyptian oases went back to the third millennium BC and the route as a whole seems to have been welldeveloped by the fifth century BC.
david j. mattingly, martin sterry, louise rayne and muftah al-haddad, (3-2020)

DMP IX: Summary Report on the Fourth Season of Excavations of the Burials and Identity team

Abstract The fourth season of the Burials and Identity component of the Desert Migrations Project in 2010 focused on completion of excavation work at two main cemeteries (TAG001 and TAG012) and smaller-scale sampling work at a number of nearby cemeteries. The investigation of a number of burials in a semi-nucleated escarpment cemetery TAG063 produced interesting new information on Proto-Urban Garamantian funerary rites, dating to the latter centuries bc. The excavations at TAG001 were extended to two areas of the cemetery characterised by different burial types to the stepped tombs that were excavated in 2009. A second type of fairly monumental burial was identified, but these had been heavily robbed and it was not possible to demonstrate conclusively that these pre-dated the stepped tombs. Most of the other burials excavated were simple shaft burials and were relatively sparsely furnished with imported goods, in comparison with the larger tombs, though quite a lot of organic material was identified (matting, wood, gourds, textiles and leather). At TAG012, a series of additional mudbrick tombs was emptied. All had been robbed, but pockets of the original fill and associated finds survived intact, yielding some interesting assemblages. The majority of these tombs appear to be Late Garamantian, though some contained artefacts from much earlier times
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د. هند علي محمد محمد

هند بن غزي هي احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم الفلسفة بكلية كلية الآداب. تعمل السيدة هند بن غزي بجامعة الزيتونة كـمحاضر منذ 2017-09-08 ولها العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصها