|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2001|
|Journal:||Journal of Archaeological Science|
|Pagination:||1235 - 1246|
|Keywords:||AMARNA, BYZANTINE, EGYPT, INSECTS, MUMMIES, PHARAONIC|
Recent work on material from New Kingdom and Byzantine Amarna has considerably expanded our knowledge of the insect fauna of Egypt. As well as presenting new fossil records, the paper reviews archaeoentomological work from mummies, offerings and archaeological material and attempts to highlight the necessity of fossil insect study in the archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean.
|Short Title:||Journal of Archaeological Science|
New Records for Ancient Pests: Archaeoentomology in Egypt