I. GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX
(Numbers in bold refer to map pages)
Bahrain
Ras al Qala'a: 179, 242 Britain
Boxgrove: 17, 37
Caerhun: 331
Chesters: 324, 337, 340
Dover: 331
Glastonbury: 340
Hadrian's Wall: 330, 337, 340, 350, 371
Housesteads: 324, 331
Hoxne: 17, 37
Ickham, Kent: 324, 350
Inchtuthil: 330
Scole: 371
South Shields: 324, 330
Vindolanda: 371
China
Zhoukoudian: 14, 29, 87
Crete
Epano Zakros: 261, 270–71
Gournia: 261, 270
Kato Zakros: 261, 270–71
Knossos: 74, 260, 261, 262–63, 265, 269–71, 273–74, 301, 303
Kommos: 261, 265–67
Mallia: 261, 262–63, 265–66, 270, 272, 278
Myrtos: 261, 264, 267, 269–70, 313
Palaikastro: 261, 270, 313
Phaistos: 260, 262–63, 265, 274, 276
Phorni: 261, 270
Praesos: 261, 307
Tholos: 261, 335
Vathypetro: 261, 270
Zakro: 266
Crimea
Chersonese: 411
Mirmekion: 37, 301, 303, 411
Nymphaeum: 37, 301
Starosel'e: 27, 37
Tyritake: 37, 301, 411–12
Volgograd: 27
Cyprus
Kopetra: 308, n. 99; 311
Kyrenia: 37, 287
Maroni:37, 228, 271
Czech Republic
Dolní Vêstonice: 37, 43, 46, 51, 88
Democratic Republic of Congo
Katanda: 5, 36, 42
Egypt (incl. Nubia)
Abu Ghurab: 176
Abusir: 96, 168
Abydos: 96, 97, 101, 107, 142, 160, 169, 172
Alexandria: 321, 324, 335, 417
Amarna: 96, 104, 119, 124, 129–31, 140, 162, 164, 169–71, 202
Badari: 95
Beni Hasan: 96, 149, 158
Buto: 96, 162
Cairo: 93, 96
Deir El Gebrawi: 96, 99, n. 18
Deir el-Bahri: 96, 166
Deir el-Ballas: Ballas: 96, 107, 129
Deir el-Medina: 96, 137–38, 164, 166, 170, 174
Delta: 143–44, 150
Dendera: 96, 111
Edfu: 77
E1 Kab: 77, 96
Elephantine: 53, 94, 96
Fayum: 77, 79, 93, 321
Giza: 96, 122, 137
Heliopolis: 96, 145
Helwan: 96, 100–01
Hemamieh: 96, 97
Hermopolis: 130
Hierakonpolis: 97, 100, 106–08; 143, n. 4
Isna: 56, 77, 96
Kahun: 96, 104, 121, 251
Karanis: 324, 335
Kom K: 79, 99
Kom Ombo: 53, 56, 77, 96
Kom W: 79
Letopolis: 143
Maadi: 96, 99, 186
Mahasna: 107
Malkata: 96, 171
Medinet Habu: 96, 111
Medum: 96, 148
Memphis: 96, 145
Mcrimda: 78, 96, 123
Mirgissa: 96, 104
Nabta: 77, 96
Naqada: 96, 97–98
Niuserre: 176
Pclsuium: 96, 175, 321
Rifeh: 136
Saqqara: xxiii, 96, 100, 115, 117, 120, 134, 146, 148, 151, 174
Tebtunis: 321
Tell e1-Dabc a: 96, 153
Thebes: 96, 101, 145, 162, 169
Uronarti: 104, 112
Wadi Kubbaniya: 53–56, 62, 67, 82, 88–89, 96
Ethiopia
Aramis: 5, 6

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  • Sorori i
  • Technology and Change in History iv
  • Title Page v
  • Table of Contents vii
  • List of Abbreviations xi
  • List of Figures xiii
  • List of Plates xv
  • List of Maps xvii
  • Acknowledgements xix
  • Foreword xxiii
  • Part One - Prehistory 1
  • Chapter One - The Lower and Middle Paleolithic Periods 3
  • Chapter Two - Upper Paleolithic and Neolithic Periods 35
  • Summary and Conclusions to Part One 81
  • Part Two - Egypt and the Near East 91
  • Chapter Three - Egypt I 93
  • Chapter Four - Egypt II 142
  • Chapter Five - The Ancient Near East 178
  • Summary and Conclusions to Part Two 243
  • Part Three - Mediterranean Civilizations 257
  • Chapter Six - The Greek World: Bronze Age Through the Hellenistic Period 259
  • Chapter Seven - Roman World I 323
  • Chapter Eight - Attack on the United States 395
  • Summary and Conclusions to Part Three 420
  • Select Bibliography 435
  • I. Geographical Index 467
  • Ii. General Index 471
  • Plates 479
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