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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Authors:
    M. Schnebel;
    Publisher: JSTOR
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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    W. L. Westermann;
    Publisher: JSTOR
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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    E. G. Turner;
    Publisher: SAGE Publications
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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Naphtali Lewis;
    Publisher: JSTOR
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  • publication . Article . 2008
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    Authors:
    E. G. Turner; Willy Peremans; E. van't Dack;
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    Publisher: JSTOR
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  • publication . Article . 2008
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    Authors:
    Christopher Eyre;
    Publisher: JSTOR

    <jats:p> Plantation agriculture differed from annual arable farming because of the need for investment in land development and for a perennial water supply. The typical orchard, a small walled plot containing a standing water source, is widely attested in the textual an...

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  • publication . Article . 2008
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    Donald M. Bailey;
    Publisher: JSTOR

    <jats:p> For at least two centuries ancient city and village mounds in Egypt have been destroyed for agricultural purposes and for the manufacture of gunpowder. It is argued that the spread of sebakh from ancient mounds to cultivated ground as fertiliser negates the uti...

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  • publication . Article . 2008
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    J. Gwyn Griffiths; Jean Leclant; G. Clerc;
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    Andrea McDowell;
    Publisher: JSTOR

    <jats:p> It is generally agreed that the workmen engaged in agricultural activity, although not to what extent. Farming is best documented in the late Twentieth Dynasty, when conditions were perhaps exceptional, but there is indirect evidence of agriculture at all perio...

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