5989Re: New Theory on the Evolution of Egypt
- Sep 3, 2007--- In ANEfirstname.lastname@example.org, George F Somsel <gfsomsel@...> wrote:
>at least implicit in virtually any concept of the development of
> Now who'd a thunk that? It appears that this is something that is
>Maybe if you judge by the simplistic way journalists
put it, but I think that as a theory it was advanced
only about 15 years ago in anthropology and AFAIK never
for egyptology where demography, circumscription, the
need for control over irrigation, etc., etc. had not
very convincingly been advanced before and the concept
in all its implications seems to be a fairly original
idea for the early development of complexity in Egypt.
Doesn´t it at least deserve a fair hearing when it is
more academically presented? Maybe it has already been
and I haven´t seen it. I didn´t attend the meeting they
mention, has anybody here?
>Egyptology, claims that the evolution of the Egyptian civilisation
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Antonio Lombatti <antonio.lombatti@...>
> To: ANEemail@example.com
> Sent: Sunday, September 2, 2007 6:41:06 AM
> Subject: [ANE-2] New Theory on the Evolution of Egypt
> Professor Juan José Castillos, of the Uruguayan Institute of
resulted from the ambition of individuals with a strong inclination
towards exerting power. He presented his thesis yesterday at the 2nd
National Summit for Egyptology Studies, in the southern Brazilian
city of Curitiba.
> The full report can be read here:
> http://www.anba com.br/ingles/ noticia.php? id=15771
> Antonio Lombatti.
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