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Trading for Power in Ancient Egypt: Modeling the Evolution of Travel Routes and Contacts in the Egyptian and Sudanese Eastern Deserts in the Pharaonic Period

Sara Zaia
Published Nov 10, 2020
Last Edited Nov 10, 2020
Research Category
Impacts, adaptation and vulnerabilities related to climate change ;
Emissions producing economic sector under study
Transportation;
Geographies Covered
Global South
Country / Countries as Case Study
Egypt, Sudan
City / Cities as Case Study
Not applicable
Name of University
Harvard University
Department/ Name of PhD degree
PhD in Archaeology
Division/ School/ Faculty / Area within the University
Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
College Name
Not applicable
Year of start of PhD
2016
Expected year of completion of PhD
2022
Email
sara_zaia@g.harvard.edu
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