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Juan Carlos Moreno García

, states appeared in the East-African Saharan-Sahelian region that provide a fascinating glimpse into alternative paths of state formation and socio-economic organization. The discoveries in Nubia reveal that, far from common assumptions about backward Nubians forced to emulate Egypt in order to build

Uroš Matić

Cartmill, “The Status of the Race Concept in Physical Anthropology,” 653. 49 The authors emphasize how these characteristics are found only in “extreme” variants of Negroids (Sudaniden, Paleonegriden of West Africa) and can be used only as help for identifying Negroids of north-east Africa, Winkler und

Gianluca Miniaci

Transformations in North-East Africa, c. 10,000 to 2,650 BC. 2006 Cambridge Cambridge University Press Wengrow D. What makes civilization? The ancient Near East and the future of the West 2010 Oxford Oxford University Press Willems H. van Dijk J