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This front matter section of the book Pottery and Economy in Old Kingdom Egypt contains the table of contents, and lists of tables, figures and charts, abbreviations, and the acknowledgements. The book seeks to investigate the general structure of the Old Kingdom economy and its key relationships by examining a myriad of data, but focusing particularly on archaeological data. The core of the book is concerned with ceramics, specifically beer jars and bread moulds two forms which would have provided the fundamental basis for economic exchange and relationships in the third millennium BC.

Keywords: archaeological data; beer jars; bread moulds; Old Kingdom Egypt; pottery



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