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(Sherratt 2007). As a psychoactive substance, alcohol is considered fundamental to human social behaviour, being an important element in the construction of religious experience, gender categories and the rituals of social life. It is a medium for bonding and negotiation, including with supranatural forces

In: Journal of African Archaeology

-building is very common in the area. If this is the case, both radiocarbon dates would be correct and could be bracketing the life span of the site. figure 14 A doka in situ in an occupation floor exposed by rains in Shimeligir. Note the characteristic burnt area on the bottom. The pottery is scarcely

In: Journal of African Archaeology

, a style that he believed derived from Tanis Tanis under the influence of Asiatic populations living in the Delta. 6 He supported Golenischeff’s dating of the sphinxes; however, he ascribed the Nilotic dyads to Ramses II Ramses II and Cairo CG 395 Cairo CG 395 to the Hyksos (pls. XXXIX, XL ). J

In: Visualizing Coregency

specific, living individual – thus offering more room for interpretation and acceptance of differing artistic conventions. 14 Further complicating this issue is the idea that a portrait is created primarily for aesthetic reasons, while a representation serves additional functional or ideological purposes

In: Visualizing Coregency