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September 24, 2020, 2:37 pm UTC    
March 08, 2020 01:39PM
Just eyeballing it (and from the perspective of a non-Egyptologist scholar), I don't see anything that's particularly suspect in the conclusions. Cedar certainly was a highly desirable commodity, and we know that there were very few merchants capable of initiating and maintaining a long distance trade. Merchants of that time would have been mostly local to their village, and not have enough resources or goods to purchase a log from another country... let alone a shipment of logs.

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Egypt in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Old Kingdom: An Archaeological Perspective

Hans March 01, 2020 11:14AM

Re: Egypt in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Old Kingdom: An Archaeological Perspective

Byrd March 08, 2020 01:39PM



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