Avaris & Gonur

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This article is an investigation of 2nd-millennium BC chronology, architecture and material culture in Egypt and in Central Asia relying on material from the sites of Avaris, capital of Egypt under the Hyksos was located near modern Tell el-Dab'a in the northeastern region of the Nile Delta, and Gonur-depe, which was discovered and named by the Soviet archaeologist Victor Sarianidi . The author studies questions concerning the origins of settlements, their absolute chronology and the extent of inter-relations with other societies.

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A al-H Bacri

Cairo University

Email: masry@mail.ru <mailto:masry@mail.ru>
Кафедра египтологии; Каирский университет; Cairo University

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