Wadi Qitna and Kalabsha-South Late Roman: Early Byzantine Tumuli Cemeteries in Egyptian Nubia, Vol. II. Anthropology
The present publication follows vol. I from 1984 - results of a comprehensive archaeological investigation of two tumulus cemeteries of Late Roman and Early Byzantine Period explored by the Czechoslovak Institute of Egyptology in the scope of the UNESCO-organized salvage campaign of Nubua by the waters of the High Aswan Dam. This vol. II evaluates the human skeletal remains of 558 individuals from the cemetery at Wadi Qitna and 35 individuals from the cemetery at Kalabsha-South. The volume touches upon the complex of saocial and ethnic processes taking place in the region between Egypt and Nubia.